"As a coach, I always like winners. Tim Tebow doesn't have the classic throwing motion, he doesn't have the accuracy, maybe, right now that some people are looking for, but I think when he gets into a pro system that really stresses throwing the ball accurately, the big thing is he makes the people around him better. And he's won. ... I think he's going to be a great player in the NFL."
-- Tony Dungy, on Tim Tebow's NFL prospects. I will completely unpack this next week, but I like the analysis from my Sporting News colleague Mike Tunison.
Let's repeat the general point -- the one that Urban Meyer makes all the time: System, system, system. It's the same with Vince Young. It's the same with Alex Smith (see last week).
And it's why, to have a successful NFL career, Tebow has to be with an innovator like Bill Belichick, who has no interest in using Tim Tebow as a full-time starting QB -- but every intention on creatively unleashing him on the league.