The Jacksonville Jaguars are off to a rough start, to say the least. If there’s anyone with some insight into the Jaguars, it’s Tim Tebow. Tim was with the Jaguars all Summer long, as he was trying to land a spot as a Tight End. Unfortunately for Tim, things didn’t work out as planned.
But that doesn’t mean Tim has soured on the Jags.
Tim Tebow is confident Urban Meyer and Trevor Lawrence can turn things around in Jacksonville Jaguars around despite an 0-2 start.
“I just think that they have to stay the course and continue to work to improve,” Tebow said Thursday in an interview for next week’s AP Pro Football Podcast. “I think there’s a lot of talent there and they just have to continue to try to get better. And every week, I think Trevor’s got so much talent and ability and I think he’s a great young man and I think he’s going to be just fine.”
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Tim also spoke about his stint in Jacksonville
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“It was a lot of fun, a blessing to have the chance to do it and go pursue that and really enjoyed all of it. … enjoying the competition, the grind, the highs, the lows of all of it,” Tebow said. “When you can look at everything as an opportunity to improve, to grow, that it molds you, I think you’re always trying to figure out things even in the good, the bad, how you can get better from it, how you can use it, how God can use it in your own life and continue to grow and improve.”
The Jaguars have lost 17 straight games, including losing six in a row by double digits.
The Jags should have just given Tebow a roster spot, it wouldn’t have mattered either way.