If you're tired of people lobbying for Tim Tebow to be an NFL quarterback, you'd better hope the Jacksonvlle Jaguars fix their quarterback situation sooner than later. Tebow is one of Jacksonville's favorite sons, of course, and the fact that he hasn't proven to be a functional player at the position since the Denver Broncos schemed brilliantly around his mechanical liabilities in 2011 won't stop the Tebow faithful.
One of those faithful decided to make his/her feelings known in an aerial fashion by flying the banner pictured above over Jacksonville's EverBank Stadium as the Indianapolis Colts were throttling the home team.
Chelsea Gates of GatorVision TV brought this to our attention via Twitter.
If youre at @EverBankField lookup-a plane is sendin u message #jags #tebowtime #INDvsJAX someone spent money on that pic.twitter.com/icpeOGdjQN
— Chelsea Gates (@ChelseaGatesUF) September 29, 2013
Starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert, back on the field for the first time since Week 1 due to a hand injury, had already thrown two picks, including one returned for a touchdown by Colts cornerback Darius Butler, around the time this message flew over the Jags' offensive disaster. And when Tim Tebow seems to be a viable starting option, at least from a "How can it possibly be worse?" angle, your team has serious problems at the quarterback position. [si-nfl-player id="c33d049518974fd7a35f6a8582a3a4f2"]