Want and Need

by Ryan


So I hear there is some sort of Game of the Century going on today at 4pm.

I have to admit I’m pretty excited about this game, despite having no particular SEC allegiances. Anytime a #1 and #2 plays it is a big deal, but the man pictured above seems to make everything ridiculous and overblown.

What I want to do is sit back and enjoy the game, but I know that won’t happen. Throughout the entire game, I’m going to wonder one thing: will this guy be the quarterback of the Bills next year? The thing is, I have no idea if I want him to be, and that’s an interesting feeling. I’m pretty sure I don’t, but what do I know?

So yeah, excited for this game and all.


  1. Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer Roll Tide Roll!

    For what it’s worth, my little brother, who is an avid UF fan and a Tim Tebow devotee says there’s no way Tebow is ready to start in the NFL next year. Thinks he’ll be a bit of a project at that level and probably shouldn’t be take very high in the first round.

  2. Tebow is not a QB in the NFL he will be a player, but the guy only lined up under center a total of 4 plays in his college career. He more than likely will be a WR or TE. If the Bills are to draft a QB it should be Locker from Washington, this guy has skills despite playing on a poor team. He is only a junior though and may stay a UW. Tebow has amazing talent sorrounding him, last year he had Percy Harvin who is a rising star in the NFL, he has running backs in Rainey and Demps to take the pressure off of him also one of the best defenses in college football. Tebow was a product of playing in an outstanding system for college, that normally won’t translate into a good pro career, see Jason White from Oklahoma or take your pick of any QBs from Miami over the last 20 years, they benefit from the talent around them in college when it comes to the pro game, they usually are not what is expected.

  3. Ben

    Judging from his performance against ‘Bama, particularly during the drives in which Florida needed to attack downfield and mount a comeback, Tebow looked lost. For a guy that jacked, his arm strength seems to be lacking, his accuracy is merely average, and he doesn’t put very much ‘touch’ on his passes. Frequently, Tebow would throw a dart when a lob was required, and vice-versa.

    If anything, he’ll be an NFL tight end/h-back (think Matt Jones without the humiliating problems).