I can't deal with the Tim Tebow talk anymore (atleast when talking about him as a 1st or 2nd rounder, especially for the Bills). I want to first acknowledge that I understand why there is so much hype around him. I get it he's got the leadership intangibles, the great college career, and the squeaky clean image. In my opinion, he will never be a starting QB in this league for any significant period of time. The delivery may be the worst I have ever seen, and in a panic move from Tebow he has tried to change it right before his pro day. I just don't understand what people see in him strictly from a potential NFL QB standpoint. He would be great on QB sneaks?? Haha. In all seriousness I really hope the Bills avoid the mistake of drafting Tebow this year, because he will go way too high than he should. We don't need a sideshow in Buffalo (wasn't TO supposed to provide that), we need a young core of star players to build around. Clausen and Bradford are great choices if they are available, if they are off the board wait until next year or go for a guy like Snead later. I understand Tebow has his loyal followers, but I don't think I have ever seen a bigger reaction to a NFL prospect in my life. The only NFL storyline that bothers me more than this is the never ending Brett Favre retirement saga.
Thank you for allowing me to vent on here, and I apologize if I didn't cite players correctly.
Also I am a law school student, and have a great interest in sports legal issues. I got to meet with Maurice Clarett's legal counsel who tried to have Clarett be draft eligible after just his freshman year. We got to discuss the pending Supreme Court decision on the American Needle case. If you aren't familiar with it you should really look into it. It will go down as the biggest case in sports history.