Jets quarterback Tim Tebow just went through what possibly could be considered the most frustrating and embarrassing season any one player has ever gone through.
Tebow still has his share of believers, one being former Florida Gator and current Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer. Meyer was on ESPN Mike and Mike In the Morning, and according to Pro Football Talk, Meyer feels Tebow can be a productive quarterback, he just needs an NFL team to let him play.
“We watched RGIII at the Washington Redskins, Wilson at the Seahawks, the new quarterback at the 49ers, and Carolina, and they are actually running a spread offense in the NFL,” Meyer said. “So my hope is, and I’m sure Tim feels the same way, is to go play in one of those systems where they let him play.”
“I talk to him every week, and he’s still the most positive guy I’ve ever been around,” Meyer said. “He was so excited to go to New York and play for coach Ryan and the whole situation there. It didn’t turn out, but you have to move on.”
I’m not sure at this point what team will give him a shot in their spread offense, but I wish someone would, so we can finally learn if Tim Tebow can actually play in the NFL.
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