There are no fans of any team in the NFL that want Tim Tebow more than the Jacksonville Jaguars. They think that Tebow could be the player that saves their team from being one of the worst in the league again this season, and they may be right.
The Jaguars just drafted an outstanding offensive lineman in the 2013 NFL Draft second overall in Luke Joeckel from Texas A&M. Joeckel will open up the run game for the quarterback (something Tebow is great at doing) and open up the run game for Maurice Jones-Drew and Denard Robinson (if he plays at running back). Along with potential star Justin Blackmon, the Jaguars have an okay receiving corps that is pretty good with scramble plays. Tebow would have the pieces to be successful in Jacksonville.
Blaine Gabbert is an outstanding quarterback, but is one or two years away from being ready to compete in the NFL. Honestly, Chad Henne isn’t taking any team to the playoffs anytime soon without an outstanding cast of players around him which is something that the Jaguars don’t have. Tebow is the answer to Jacksonville’s quarterback woes.
Tebow’s addition would not only aid the team in terms of winning percentage, but it will give the Jaguars hope for the future. Tebow has the ability to not only inspire a team, but the fans as well. Whenever speculation begins about an NFL team moving to Los Angeles, Jacksonville is the first team whose name surfaces. Tebow can change the ominous outlook for the fans and the team as he has a much higher probability of winning than any of the other quarterbacks on the Jaguars’ roster.