We've all heard the arguments from his detractors (mostly unemployed NFL coaches like Brian Billick or NFL draft gurus who spend a lot of time primping their hair or the beer-bellies in the cheap seats). He doesn't take snaps from under center, they say. His throwing motion is too long, they say. He drops the ball too low on his delivery, they say. His arm strength is not great, they say. His running style won't work, they say. And I supposeáthis is somewhat understandable. If Tim Tebow has beaten your team's brainsáout the past four years. If you're not good enough to beat him on the field, well, then, your only recourse is to say he's not an NFL quarterback.áAnd then you can return to your miserable job on Monday morning feeling a little better about yourself. For those of us fortunat ...
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