Tim Tebow last played for the Denver Broncos three seasons ago. But in fairness to First Take, "Could Craig Morton lead this Broncos team to the Super Bowl" isn't as interesting of a topic.
And believe it or not, this is the second consecutive year First Take has asked whether Tim Tebow could magically lead a team to the big game even though he wasn't playing for said team.
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I hope one day the NFL gets to experience "Tebow Time 2.0" and it makes the Season Tim had in 2011 look like Tim's warmup act, and it shuts up all the so-called "experts" for good.
I stopped watching FIRST TAKE a long time ago because the king of the blowhards, Stephen A-Hole Smith, makes it thoroughly unwatchable. That being said, I absolutely believe that Tim Tebow, if given a few more seasons to develop, could have taken the Broncos to a Super Bowl. Heck, he helped get them within 2 games of it his very first starting season. Tim continues to be underestimated by all the so-called "experts", and this is a shame because the fans are missing out on some exciting football from one of the biggest names in all of sports. Regardless, I truly believe that Tim's NFL story is not all played out yet. Prepare for a major comeback in 2014 --- I just feel it coming.
Why does ESPN give these babbling blowhards so much airtime? Couldn't they extend Around the Horn and PTI to an hour each or give Olberman two hours? I mean literally any of their other shows (except for that new Colin Cowherd show) would be a better use of airtime.
@Ptsk that's asinine.
@awfulannouncing Why keep giving those clowns on First Take publicity they obviously crave?
@awfulannouncing...Yes!...with an unbelievably good D#, an incredible Kicker, stupid opponents and some good old luck from the all mighty!
@awfulannouncing they can't enough of him. Typical ESPN trying to make a story out of nothing.
@awfulannouncing And the second straight year nobody gives a darn about that dumpster fire of a show
@awfulannouncing It is a perverse Skip Bayless fetish that for some strange reason the rest of the network continues to run with.
@awfulannouncing Stop watching?
@awfulannouncing I cannot WAIT for media day when someone asks Peyton Manning his thoughts on if Tebow could lead them to the SB.
@bertjanb did anyone say yes???
@awfulannouncing the only real question left to ask is can a full ESPN boycott be applied for those who follow everything in sports?
Having eliminated ESPN from my TV diet, I missed this earth-shattering debate. Glad to know I made the right decision.
@awfulannouncing is he a team's bus driver now? Cause that's pretty much his only shot to lead them to the game
@awfulannouncing no, but if Trent Dilfer could be dragged to a superb owl win, I bet Tebow could.
@awfulannouncing Really ? Why would they ask about this since he's not even in the NFL.
Turning off ESPN for the past week and leading up till Sunday has to be the best decision I've made that hasn't involved alcohol in years.
Because PTI, Around the Horn and First take are the best three shows they have to offer.
@julesincolorado I thankfully didn’t see the segment, but I’d imagine Bayless arguing for it?
OF COURSE HE WOULD!-John Elway
@bertjanb me too; so sad