Tim Tebow threw two touchdown passes in Thursday night's game against the Giants, and while this made the headlines, it doesn't mean Tebow's done enough to make the roster for the Patriots, according to CBS Sports on Aug. 29. Tebow himself is “not sure”if he's done enough to secure a place on the Patriot's roster.
Apparently Tebow's Thursday night's performance is chalked up to him having a good night in comparison to his statistical performance with the Patriots so far. Tebow, who is a glass-half-full kind of guy, didn't display a hint of optimism when asked if he thought he'd make the Pat's roster with the deadline a day away. Tebow's answer to the question:
I'm not sure, I don't make those decisions."
He did elaborate a little bit more, but as far as his future with the Patriots, he would only venture into the next 24 hours saying:
"I'm just taking it one day at a time and be able to enjoy playing this game tonight and come in here ready to work out tomorrow."
Will Brinson, CBS NFL writer offers up his view on the possibilities of the Patriots coach putting Tebow on the roster after his history with the Pats so far:
"But we've seen him survive worse (somehow) and it would be foolish to put anything past Bill Belichick at this point."
Not many are venturing an educated guess on Tebow's future with the team, like Brinson suggests above, there's just no telling how this will end up. Many of the comments coming off the social networks seem to point to the team's owner, rather than the coach. Folks seem to think that owner Bob Kraft won't let anything happen to Tebow.
Will Tebow go down in history being more famous for his bizarre genuflecting habits on the field than he will be for the games he's played? Or will he get another chance to make a new history page for himself playing the game with the Patriots in the future?