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Published on Jan 31, 2010
Tim Tebow warms up before the Vanderbilt game in 2009 by running pass patterns. This short clip of a down and out route into the end zone is part of a ten minute warm-up where an assistant Florida coach is throwing passes to the Heisman trophy winner. Amid the discussion of whether Tebow will make it as an NFL qb is the speculation that he would do better as a tight end or H-back. To those Tebow-haters out there, get over it . . . he's a fantastic athlete who will make it in the pros, either as a quarterback-- or as a tightend or H-back!! He made alot of nice grabs during the warm-up and there is no doubt that if a team works with him, he will have a great career at either of those positions. Fast Forward, September 27, 2012: Tebow holds an NFL playoff victory as a qb AND the NFL record for most passing yards for attempt and completion in a playoff game--yet he is now the "backup" qb for the Jets. Why? No team is willing to build an offense around his skill set? Just too inconsistent a passer? Regardless of the reasons, the comments above were prophetic (if I don't say so myself). Tebow is now being used in an H-back position by the Jets, and perhaps this is his "playing position" for the future.