Earlier this week, Tim Tebow officially became a member of the New England Patriots. The media-star quarterback had received several doubts that an NFL team would sign him, although fortunately for him Josh McDaniels chose to once again give him another chance. Last year, Tebow was a part of the season long soap opera known as the New York Jets, and this relocation is good for him for many reasons.
So it is safe to say that this signing was extremely beneficial. However, with the way Tebow was treated last year in New York he must have developed some form of hatred toward the Jets (another reason why he would do well with the Patriots). Is it possible that Belichick and McDaniels will allow Tebow to release some of these feelings on the football field?
Obviously, the Patriots had to have brought Tebow in for a reason. New England most likely already has a vision in mind for the multi-talented athlete, and perhaps they too are considering inserting a Wildcat offense into their playbook. Also, consider that McDaniels drafted Tebow for the Broncos and he already has a pretty good idea on how to use Tebow successfully, unlike the Jets who were unable to use Tebow for much gain. With a Week 2 matchup against the Jets looming, the Patriots may have an idea in mind that can form into a revenge story for Tim Tebow.
Granted this is all speculation, there still is some reason that Belichick was willing to cope with all the media attention and perhaps one may be able to see what that reason is in the Thursday night game against their division rivals in Foxborough.