Dec 9, 2012; Jacksonville FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Rashean Mathis (27) and New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow (15) join hands in prayer after their game at EverBank Field. The New York Jets beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 17-10. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

Where Will Tim Tebow Play in 2013 (Infographic)

Whether or not we want to hear it, we need to get used to hearing the potential landing spots for former Denver Broncos and New York Jets clipboard holder/bench warmer/pseudo starter/punt protector/etc. Tim Tebow because the fine folks of ESPN and NFL Network are prepared to jam this coverage down all of our throats.

The most recent example of their endless and mindless coverage that is aimed to speak to the Tebow minions is this “Tebow Tracker” from

Yes, it is really that bad.

To lighten things up, Fan Speak has put together an informative, yet comical, infographic of the potential landing spots for Timmy Terrific in 2013.

So what are the options for Tim Tebow in 2013? Let the fine folks of Fan Speak give you a detailed look:

Where Will Tim Tebow End Up? From

If you had to place your bet, what would you go with? Sound off in the comments section and share your thoughts.

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  • silo tech

    ESPN has Lou Holtz so obviously they’d put another dummy in the studio but the best place for him is people that wanna see him so I’m saying Motivational Speaker.

    • Nicki

      silo tech: If you have ever heard Tim speak you would know that if he gives up his goal of playing QB in the NFL he loses the thrust of his primary message.

  • James

    Someone start a kickstarter to buy the Jaguars and make them pick up Tebow. I would, but I’m Canadian (and they seem to only have US and UK options).

    Or how about start a fund that any NFL team gets so long as they pick up Tebow (and maybe add something in that he needs to play)? It might make teams think about picking him up if there’s $5 million in it for them if they do. I was sad to see so little of Tebow last year, if I don’t get to see him play this year it will be sad. The man deserves a chance.

    • Nicki

      James: If you are serious, please let’s not do any fundraising. The Tebow fans need to be quiet and let Tim and his agent handle this matter. All these crazy schemes are only making bad press for Tim and hurting the cause. Some of them are so bad that I wonder if the “haters” are behind them.

  • Colonel Graph

    I hope he ends up playing Arena Football because Arena Football is awesome. More realistically, though, we all know he’s going to end up as Skip Bayless’ cuddle-buddy.

    • Brent Mcdougle

      Yeah bc that’s where most playoff winning, rookie record breaking, national title winning, Heisman
      QBs end up,,,, a little tip buddy, its one thing to let people think your stupid, but its another to open your mouth & prove it,,, try & apply that from now on

  • Mobile Friendly

    Green Bay is thee place for Tebow because he can’t beat out Rodgers one of the NFL’s best and richest QBs, so Aaron won’t feel threatened, he’d probably welcome and teach Tebow to improve his footwork and throwing motion.

    Matt Flynn’s long gone leaving only Graham Harrell, BJ Coleman and now undrafted free agent Matt Brown backing Aaron Rodgers.

    Tebow would back up Rodgers and could run a Packers version of the Wildcat. Imagine Tebow in a Wildcat formation with rookie running backs Lacy (Alabama) and Franklin (UCLA) in the backfield with Tebow running the Read Option.

  • brandon porche

    I hope he gets a spot somewhere, he really isn’t that bad. He’s committed, dedicated, and sacrifices to do better. I believe there are several teams that could utilize him in different situations. I really don’t understand why he isn’t someone’s understudy somewhere, it’s actually kind of surprising, considering the other players out there with much less to offer. (Tebow haters need to remember Denver beating Pitt in that playoff game) There was some kind of magic in that playoff win, and I am sure there is much more where that came from.

  • Brent Mcdougle

    WoW josh , really???? A “pseudo starter” the broncos start 1-4 & THE ONLY THING THAT CHANGE was the QB & thru end up in the 2nd round of the playoffs, while doing do he also broke allot of rookie records of a guy named John Elway. After a performance like that, what exactly do you have to do josh to be a “real QB” as opposed to what you call a “pseudo QB”??? You can say he “has a bad throwing motion” & all the other stuff that Hodge says,,, but there is one thing he does well,,, he WON in jr. league, he WIN a state title in HS, he has 2 national title rings & a Heisman from UF, & he WON in Denver. He’s not pretty, but he is a WINNER,,& THERE IS NO ARGUMENT TO MADE AGAINST THOSE FACTS Josh…