For all anyone knows Brady was part of the decision. He is at an age in life where he might want to take someone under his guidance.
Why not let Tebow In the game at the one yard line especially if you are up a touchdown or two. When you get into your thirties and forties things are a bit different, it's not going to "shake" his psychy like Sanchez.
There's nothing wrong with being the punt protector, it's just goin to be one more weapon for the Pats.
Being cut is not likely in 2013, that's the anti-Tebow slipping out of you replacing your normally sound judgment. Belicheck isn't going to waste his time signing Tebow and then cutting him. He would only do that if Tebow showed up with a bad work ethic or has some type of Jackass side to him that no one had seen yet. The Patriots are not the Jets.
This is probably the best thing that could have happened to Tebow.
Anointing Geno king after watching him run around in shorts is awesome. Go Geno go, you are a much better player than we saw on TV last year. The rookie mini-camp and those early season WVU games against those football power houses are what I'm basing my opinion on.
Let the man be, he's not a Jet and he is gone. Everyone played a part in killing the career of the one man we all could have enjoyed watching run head first into the end zone. How many other QBs do that? None. It's an old style of football that's too risky and doesn't produce enough points for most GMs but its damn enjoyable to watch. Will we ever see a Battle for a first down like the one in Chicago when got hit by Briggs, another Bear, then finally Urlacher gets over there and slams him back. What about the run up the right side against the Jets when he blows by Revis. That is the stuff I will miss.
It he truly is a determined dude he will get back in but he will need to keep practicing on his own. That will be harder and harder to do as time passes. If he keeps practicing and stays in shape someone will give him a shot in 2014, and if not? It will be a long time before we see another QB run straight up for an eight yard touch down against the Pittsburgh Steelers.