The title of this story pretty much tells you all that you need to know. Ron Jaworski, one the best Eagles quarterbacks of all-time and Philadelphia Soul part-owner, believes that signing with the Arena Football League’s Philadelphia Soul is a move that could actually help Tebow’s career in the long run.
“One [criticism] of Tebow is that he is slow and methodical,” Jaworski told the Philadelphia Daily News, via Pro Football Talk. “He would be forced to quicken it up in this league and it would be good training for him. You can learn a lot in this league. It’s about processing information and getting the ball out … or you get whacked.”
To be honest with you, I could not care less about the Arena Football League, I don’t think Tim Tebow is an NFL quarterback, and I am so sick of hearing about Tim Tebow. Not to mention that there is zero chance of Tebow accepting the offer, when he would be behind current Soul Quarterback Dan Raudabaugh. But the idea of Tim Tebow in Philadelphia, would intrigue me enough to tune into a few games for sure.
Again though, it won’t happen for the reasons listed above, and Ron Jaworski’s case for how the Arena Football League would help Tim Tebow’s is really poor considering how different the NFL game is from the Arena League, and even if Tebow had success in the Arena League, the players in the NFL are about five times as talented so it wouldn’t necessarily mean that Tebow’s success in the Arena League would translate back into the NFL.