Who looked at Cam Newton's film and "saw it"? Tebow criticism is of a personal nature. What if analysts talked about Newton like they did about Tebow? Can you imagine the aftershocks? It would be termed as racial, and piling on, and guys with cushy network gigs would lose jobs. And it doesn't make sense. Say I tell you about a first-round pick, Quarterback X (or Quarterback T, which is more apropos), who sat for the first 13 games of his rookie season, then saw action in the final three games of the year. In his first start, he throws for 138 yards and runs for 78. He accounts for two touchdowns and has a rating of 100.5. Then in his second start, he throws for 308, runs for 27 and again accounts for two touchdowns as his team goes on a 14-0 run in the fourth quarter to win. Then in his third start, he hits for 205 through the air, 94 on the ground and totals three touchdowns. We're talking about this guy like he's the new Shaq of the NFL. Except it's Tim Tebow, so no one gives him the credit he deserves and instead he sits on the bench, because your new head coach doesn't want to be told what to do, and pundits don't like to be told they're wrong. In his first action after months of inactivity, he nearly rallies his team to victory, and it's met with a shoulder shrug by everyone outside of the Broncos' fan base.From Jason Smith of NFL Network. Does this ring true to anyone?