It would be easy enough for critics of Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow – the ones who scoff at the comeback against the Chicago Bears last week, the one in Miami almost two months ago and the many in between – to breathe a sigh of relief and say, rhetorically, "See what I mean?"
But that approach is the kind of snap reaction you see in political polls. Something goes right one day and the polls swing like a church bell in a hurricane. The reality is often somewhere in between. Yeah, Tebow wasn't good enough Sunday in a 41-23 loss to the playoff-bound New England Patriots.
Guess what? Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees probably wouldn't have been good enough, either. When your team has three more turnovers than the opposition and your offensive line has you running for your life, the game isn't easy. You tend to lose much more often than you win.
The problem with talking about anything Tebow is there's rarely no middle ground. You're either for him or against him and even if you're not,Read More »from Too early for Tebow critics to say 'told you so'