Tim Tebow has the throwing mechanics of a bad lefty pitcher in a Little League baseball game.
The ball is oh-so-slow coming out of his hand and often off-target. The Denver Broncos quarterback has completed just 48.5 percent of his passes, which is last in the NFL in completion percentage among regular quarterbacks.
There are times, lots of them, when Tebow isn’t just bad. He is awful.
Then comes the fourth quarter. It’s like a halo shines above Tebow’s head and everything turns on the opposition like an unforeseen storm rushing from the horizon.