I understand the mechanics concerns and I get that he might never be Tom Brady. I don't care. He's got that "it" factor that Simon Cowell is always talking about. It's something you can't develop and can't learn. For some reason or completely by chance, Tebow was born with the ability to make you listen to him and, if you've ever been on his side, make you love him. That's rare, and if a quarterback comes along with that gift you don't toss him aside just because he has an awkward release.
Yes, the Broncos bought Peyton Manning and traded Tebow away. Do I think that was an upgrade? Yes. Was I sad to see him go? Yes. Would I welcome him back with open arms to be our starter when Peyton retires? Instantly. He made me enjoy football more than I normally do, which is saying something. I watched him play knowing that I would see mistakes but that I just might see a miracle. I think Tim Tebow will become a starter again some day, and I think he will win. He will win over his city, his fans, and hopefully a game or two. But I'll be rooting for him as I always do, because he is what watching football is really all about.