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LeSean McCoy was in LAX last night, where TMZ reporters caught up with him. They asked McCoy who he thought was the most talented NFL player not currently on a team, like “Vince Young or Tim Tebow.” He responded, “Tim Tebow??? My son is two…I’d take my son over Tim Tebow.” Oh McCoy, your quotes are the greatest. Many of his quotes are controversial–however this one is not. Why? Let’s face it. Tim Tebow is an awful NFL quarterback. I say NFL because he did win a Heisman and two national championships at Florida. So, yes, like many other college stars, Tebow dominated college football, but he hasn’t in the pros.
Poor Tim just cannot catch a break. He’s not even in the NFL right now and he still gets criticized for not being able to hit the broadside of a barn. Tebow obviously peaked in college, and perhaps he should realize he just isn’t cut out to be a quarterback in the NFL. But still, Tebow should stand up for himself. He should not let McCoy get away with these comments. He should challenge McCoy, and see if McCoy (and his son) can back up the talk. I personally hope Tebow calls out Shady, resulting in a PPV quarterback duel between Tim Tebow and McCoy’s 2-year-old son, just so we can see who is the better quarterback.