I’ve never done a poll at Get The Picture before – I confess that I find most of ’em kind of silly (I mean, does Mark Richt really care if 400 anonymous voters think he should fire Willie Martinez?) – but I think I’ve found my first subject worthy of soliciting your informed opinion on.
It seems that the NFL is wrestling with a very serious decision.
Bringing Florida quarterback Tim Tebow to New York for April’s NFL draft could spur higher television ratings, but Gil Brandt, who advises the NFL on its invitations, won’t say whether Tebow will be on the list.
That’s because Brandt, former head of player personnel for the Dallas Cowboys, never says who he’s inviting, especially this early.
It has been the NFL’s policy not to invite players who the league thinks could be sweating it out in the green room for hours, let alone days. And Tebow could very well sit well through the third round. Or he could be taken high in the first, depending on which NFL Draft web site, analysts or agents you go to for an answer.
So, there you have it… express your choice. Vox populi, and all that.