I'm trying to decide if ESPN.com SEC blogger Chris Low left Tim Tebow off his all-SEC team to be intentionally contrarian and get attention or whether he really believes that Ryan Mallett deserves it more than Tebow.
But that means he is either calculating and cynical or earnest and crazy. Neither is good.
I'm inclined to believe he sincerely thinks that Mallett is better -- or had a better season -- than Tebow. I appreciate the novel viewpoint as much as anyone, but his pick doesn't hold up.
(And I'm not saying that as a Mallett-hater: I think that if he declared for the NFL Draft this season -- as he should -- he would be the top-ranked QB prospect on the board, perhaps grading out even higher than Matt Stafford.)