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Can Tebow really win the Super Bowl?

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Tim Tebow has seen his stock decline dramatically over the past year or so and, at present, is without a contract in pro football. But you had better believe Tebow will one day return to win the Super Bowl, or at least that is according to Metta World Peace.

The 26-year-old was forced to sit out of the NFL this season after he was cut by the New England Patriots before the campaign had even got underway, and currently finds himself as an analyst for ESPN's SEC coverage.

Tebow last threw a competitive ball at professional level for the New York Jets but he was released after only one season, during which time he threw only eight passes and ran 32 times.

During his time in New York the former Broncos quarterback struck up a relationship with Knicks forward Metta World Peace, who on Monday took to Twitter to back his buddy to eventually come back to the NFL with a bang.

He tweeted: "Tebow will win a Championship in the NFL. Guaranteed!!"

This was immediately followed by: "im actually upset that i have a tebow jersey and never had a chance to brag(Jets)."

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