So I wasn't a big fan of tebow at first; I actually thought that it was sort of a side show joke, but for many people, the 2011 season will be remembered as the year of Tebow. Now that all indications are the Peyton Manning
is signing with Denver, Tebow is on the outside looking in. This might be a fire sale, but interest may not be very high with many teams.
So my question is rather simple; the Packers are in the market for a decent QB to back up the boss (pronounced ba - ouss). They have shown the willingness to train up experimental QBs (see Seattle's newest addition), and have good success in finding quality backups and getting them ready for other teams.
What type of strategy would you implement in getting Tim Tebow on the Green Bay Packers?
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On a personal note, I am picking a 6th-7th round pick. There isn't much of a chance that Tebowmania will inflict Green Bay, because Rodgers is the Boss. I'd have Tebow as a backup / emergency TE / FB position.
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