Why should you have been suspicious of the analysis yesterday* that Tim Tebow is going to keep his head low and simply focus on working out in advance of the NFL Combine?
Because the Super Bowl ad -- and accompanying "discussion" -- put Tebow on a superstar stratosphere occupied by the Peytons, LeBrons, Phelpes, Lances and (ahem) Tigers.
It makes no sense for Team Tebow to sidestep all of the opportunities that will come his way in the wake of the Super Bowl, when his concurrent goals are both the NFL and larger influence.
Tebow will be the Grand Marshal of the qualifying races on Thursday at the Daytona 500, per the AP's Mark Long. Of course he will be: It's not just local, but the NASCAR fan is right in the Tebow sweet spot.
(In fact, I have compared Tebow's marketing appeal to that of a top NASCAR driver -- his fans are going to be willing to buy his endorsed products in a way beyond other team-sport athletes.)
* - To be fair, Robbie Andreu's analysis was mostly informed by Tebow's agent Jimmy Sexton, who doesn't do much for his credibility by pushing this "keeping focused on the NFL prep" line and conveniently ignoring telling Robbie that Tebow will be part of the D-500. Then again, Sexton's job is to get Tebow drafted as high as possible, not manage his off-field marketing.
The point is: The safe route is assuming Tebow's continued off-field marketing presence, commensurate with his mega-star status.