Tim Tebow receives his fair share of criticism on a daily basis, but usually that criticism doesn't come from a kicker. That's right, a kicker.
Tebow has experienced the life of an NFL quarterback from many different perspectives since he was selected in the first round of the draft in 2010 by the Denver Broncos.
The signal caller has been the back-up that fans want to take over the number one spot, the hero that wins a division title and playoff game, the awkward back-up battling for the number one spot, and in the last two years, Tebow's been through the quarterback unemployment stage.
Worst QB ever?
But just because Tebow is now signed with the Philadelphia Eagles on a one-year-deal, don't think for a second that his past failures are not being dug up by a former kicker turned TV sports analyst.
“He’s such a dichotomy for me,” said Jay Feely, formerly of the Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants, Miami Dolphins, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals and the Chicago Bears.
“Because I really respect the person, the man, the things that he believes in and the things he does off the field. [But] He was the single-worst quarterback I ever saw in my career in the NFL," Feely told USA TODAY.
Talk about making an explosive TV appearance Mr. Feely.
Harsh on Tebow
Let's be true for a second though. These comments are quite harsh on Tebow. For one, he's not the worst quarterback that played during Jay Feely's career.
He is the worst quarterback from a passing aspect, but from a running and a clutch aspect, he was actually pretty awesome during the Broncos 2011 season.
Some may say that rushing isn't what quarterbacks are judged on, but what they do get judged on is wins.
Tebow has a record of 8-6 in the NFL regular season with a playoff win and loss as well, those are not the stats of the worst quarterback in history.
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