The first of many Tebow debates 

January, 28, 2010
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Tim Tebow's NFL potential is the most polarizing topic at this week's Senior Bowl. The former Florida Gators star has been touted by some as a top-10 pick and by others as a guy who will have to play H-back because his skill set doesn't translate to playing quarterback in the NFL.

This week's topic in "The Argument" (something I'm doing every Thursday now): Does Tebow have the tools to be a starting NFL quarterback?

Up first: Daniel Jeremiah, a former scout for the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns. He runs the site Movethesticks.com.

Daniel Jeremiah's argument

I have spent the week studying Tim Tebow at the Senior Bowl, and my original opinion has not been swayed. I believe the odds are stacked against Tebow's ever becoming a starting quarterback at the next level. I have two major concerns: his release and his accuracy on drive throws.


What do you think about all this? Remember a couple of months ago, Peter King did a survey and found that four NFL GMs said they'd take Tebow in Round 1? Do you think that's legit? Does Tebow have any shot at relevance as a pro QB? To get into this debate from all sides -- these guys are pretty smart -- you gotta be an ESPN Insider. Welcome home, friends.

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