With the Super Bowl being played it is not wonder that all eyes are glued to the spectacle of--Tim Tebow.
In a report surfaced today by ESPN and other media outlets, The Chicago Bears will be "God's Child," Time Tebow's next stop.
The rumor does have some merit, Marc Trestman, the new Head Coach for the Chicago Bears prepared Tebow mentally and physically to enter the 2010 NFL Draft. He also mentored current Bear's quarterback Jay Cutler in his younger playing days.
"I don't know that I'm the only one who has the sense of Tim's ability to be developed and become a very good player in the league," Trestman said to the Canadian news source the Morning Journal. "I believe in the right environment, Tim Tebow will figure this out."
Tebow, who after leading the Denver Broncos from a 1-4 start, to a 9-7 record, winning their division and beating the heavily favorite Pittsburgh Steelers in the playoffs, sent last year warming the bench with The New York Jets and though he was a good teammate and said nothing about his displeasure, a new start with a new team would be the ideal thing for both Tebow and the Jets.
He doesn't have explosive arm strength, but he has more than adequate arm strength to throw the ball in the NFL and make all the throws," Trestman told the Morning Journal in 2010. "I saw him do something totally different in seven or eight days. I can only imagine what he's going to do in one year or two years, because he's going to outwork everybody else and find a way to figure out."
With a coach that actually believes in him, Tebow can shock the world once more and prove that not only does he belong in the NFL, as a quarterback, but he can win as a quarterback.