SHOTS FIRED: Jay Feely Claims That Tim Tebow Is ‘The Single-Worst Quarterback He’s Ever Seen”

In the wake of Tim Tebow signing a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles and everyone at ESPN having a collective orgasm, ex-Cardinals kicker Jay Feely had some harsh words about Tebow’s abilities as a guest on the Jim Rome Show set to air tomorrow.

Tim, if you’re reading this, please look away.

“He’s such a dichotomy for me. Because I really respect the person, the man, the things that he believes in and the things he does off the field. He was the single-worst quarterback I ever saw in my career in the NFL.”

And Jay was just getting started, claiming that the air we breathe is a more skilled football player than the Heisman Trophy winning quarterback.

“I watched him one day. I sat and watched him do routes on air with Ken Whisenhunt as we were playing the Broncos. And routes on air, there’s no [defensive backs], you know exactly what he’s going to run, there’s no pass rush. He had like 13 incompletions on routes on air. Jim, you and I could go out and do routes on air and we would complete most of our passes.”

Ignore the noise, Timmy. This is coming from a kicker. Sure, he wears the same uniform as all the other football players and even gets a seat on the team bus, but he’s not wired like a football player, not made of the same fabric. This is also coming from the blowhard who said that Tom Brady takes a backseat in his relationship with Giselle, because a Pro-Bowl alternate place kicker is apparently qualified to weigh in on a four-time Super Bowl champions love life.

Take a look at how smugly Feely hates on Tebow, and how much he must love himself.

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