After Peyton Manning signs with the Denver Broncos, Tim Tebow is going to be traded to the Miami Dolphins. John 3:16 states that Tebow must not sit on the bench. Jesus Christ wants Tebow to play, and thus, he will request a trade and ask to play for a different team.
Where better to play than in Florida? The Dolphins already honored Tebow and the Florida Gators during the 2011 regular season when Denver visited Miami. Imagine how many tickets the Dolphins could sell with Tebow at quarterback. Each week of the NFL regular season the Dolphins could honor a different game from the 2006 and 2008 University of Florida National Championship schedules. For example, if the Dolphins play the Patriots at home in October, the Dolphins could honor the October 5, 2008 victory over Kentucky 63 to 5. Rob Gronkowski could come out at halftime and maybe even do a little dance with Timmy (assuming Grownkowski isn’t hurt of course).
“Sun Life Stadium” has gone through more name changes over the years than it is possible to keep track of. With Tim Tebow at quarterback, I can envision it now: “Pat Robertson Field at Miracle Water Stadium.” The Dolphins would once again be on the map and relevant for the first time since Dan Marino retired. A year or two from now after Urban Meyer quits again, maybe they could even hire him to coach the Dolphins. It would be a dream come true for Gators fans everywhere.
In all seriousness, as if it was not clear before, John Elway has no faith that Tim Tebow can be the starting quarterback of the Denver Broncos. If Elway ends up signing Manning, and I would put my money on Peyton landing there, what are the Broncos going to do with Tebow? Move him to running back?
Mike Klis of the Denver Post checked in with a source close to Tebow, who indicated that Tebow remains "philosophical" about the organization being in the Manning hunt, but won't comment on the matter until "after the smoke clears." Not sure what that means. If there are any priests or ministers reading this article, I would appreciate a translation.
The other likely landing spot for Tebow other than Miami would be the Jacksonville Jaguars. With Blaine Gabbert only entering his second NFL season, are the Jaguars really ready to give up on him already? The Dolphins have an obvious need at quarterback. With Manning inching closer to either Denver or Arizona, where are they going to turn? Matt Moore? Matt Flynn? David Garrard? Do Dan Marino’s sons play football?
Similar to Denver, Miami has been trying to fill a void left by a legendary quarterback for years. For the first time, Denver is on the verge of doing that by signing Manning. For Miami, the next best option may be trading for Tebow. He would bring immediate excitement to a once proud franchise that now struggles each week to avoid local TV black outs.
So Dolphins fans, how would you feel about Tim Tebow as your next starting quarterback? As a football fan, I know I would certainly enjoy it.