Look, few things would make me happier than were Tim Tebow (I'm a Christian, so I am totally biased) to succeed as a NFL quarterback for the Denver Broncos, and not just as any NFL quarterback, but as a top-tier quarterback. However, I keep seeing or hearing, both here and elsewhere, that his passes are inconsistent, inaccurate, wobbly, and that he has a slow release. Plus the fact that he wasn't in a pro-style offense at Florida has also seemed to hinder his development so far. Maybe it's not the worst thing that he waits until he's ready. That's what Aaron Rodgers and Philip Rivers had to do.
Passing and throwing are absolutely crucial for a successful QB in this league, so maybe Tebow hasn't put enough time into his throwing game yet. After all, he wrote a book during the off-season, he's seen at golf events, and he's involved in his foundation and with other charities, so maybe he needs to focus more on actually learning the nuances of his job...instead of on some of these other pursuits. I mean, come on, an autobiography from a 23-year-old? Shouldn't this have waited a few years? Couldn't the time collaborating with his coauthor have been better spent, considering that his throwing game needs improvement?
I believe that if Tebow puts his mind completely into developing his game, he'll be the type of QB that many of us are hoping for, but I just don't think that, at this time, he's as focused as he should be. My opinion.