Tim Tebow's size (6'3", 236 lbs) makes him more reliable as a fullback or a tight end than a quarterback and it seems apparent that he can't complete passes on a consistent basis. He also seems more comfortable in a Wildcat offense, but not many teams are willing to shift over to such a format. Another problem that persists is that Tim Tebow wants to be a quarterback and nothing else. So which teams would be a good fit for Tebow? Is there even an NFL team out there that's willing to take on Tebowmania?
- Jacksonville Jaguars: You know that your team's a front-runner for someone like Tebow when Chuck Norris says that Tebow and the Jaguars "would be a perfect fit." As a matter of fact, there was a presidential petition encouraging the Jaguars to sign Tebow that was shot down this month. It's gotten to the point where a group of Jaguar fans called the "Bold City Brigade" have started up a site called http://evenifhesreleased.com/. The site protests the potential signing of the quarterback and has over 31,000 clicks. Besides, Jacksonville DOES need a tight end and not a quarterback.
- Cleveland Browns: With the current legal problems that Browns ownership is going through right now, why not bring in someone to distract the Dawg Pound from Jimmy Haslam's troubles? If Brandon Weeden doesn't work out, it'll be nice to have a quarterback that runs. Plus, Trent Richardson would make the Wildcat offense run perfectly if they ever do go to it.
- Arizona Cardinals: There's no guarantee that the quarterback controversy in Glendale is over. The Cardinals also need to fill voids at fullback and tight end, not to mention that losing LaRod Stephens-Howling to the Steelers hurts as well.
- St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford's been dogged by horrific blocking, having been sacked 71 times in his last 26 games. He even suffered a high ankle sprain in 2011. Adding Jake Long to protect his left side helps, but adding Tebow will bolster the blocking even more.