Have you ever heard of David Anderson?
He was drafted by the Houston Texans back in 2006 and spent a few years in the NFL. When he was in a Fox Sports Radio interview he was asked who was the worst quarterback he ever played with. He could have taken the high road, but the through Tim Tebow under the bus.
“His mechanics really throw you off as a receiver because you’re not really sure when the ball is coming,” Anderson said, via Sports Illustrated.
He even said Tebow’s inabilities hurt the team and their playbook.
“You couldn’t switch up the personnel with Tim Tebow,“ Anderson said. “It was a two-tight, two receiver football game with him and he wasn’t able to throw the ball downfield and he wasn’t able to throw the football in the middle of the field, and he was really limited in creating plays with his feet, because you can’t do that as much as you can in college. You just can’t, you’re going to get sacked and you’re going to lose. You can’t overcome third-and-7’s and third-and-8’s as often as you can in college.”
Just to let you know, what did Anderson do in the NFL? A matter of fact, what did he do on the Broncos? He was on the roster for like 35 days. Really?
- Houston Texans (2006–2010)
- Denver Broncos (2011)*
- Houston Texans (2011)
- Washington Redskins (2011)