If any other QB ( black, white, latino, asian, etc) had Tebow's skillset, but not his personality/heart/whatever, they woul dnot have been taken there. They would have either been undrafted or taken in the 6th round as camp fodder. That's the honest truth. There have been a lot of "Winners" that were never given that kind of opportunity, that we're immensely more talented at passing the football than Tebow.
I get that part, but I think people take it overboard when you consider all of that, and they take shots at him. Like always, the media plays a part in that, with how much they cover him, but Tebow is an amazing guy, so it kind of goes hand in hand. I was one of his biggest critics in that Tebow thread last year, and, although I thought the world of him as a person I thought (and still think) that he absolutely sucks as a passer, and it was almost comical reading some of the responses in that thread, which were so delusional that I started to wonder whether or not they were blowing a line as they were typing. It wasn't personal, that was just my opinion of Tebow the player.
Some people just couldn't separate the two. So yeah, people who were silenced by his miraculous playoff run have been waiting for anything negative to come out, where (in their mind) they're proven correct in their belief that he's a prima donna. Honestly, I think that if some people took a step back and realized that this guy wanted to be a quarterback, was told that he'd be a Personal PP, was told he'd be a "Wildcat" QB, and was promised (allegedly) a backup role, and was at the same time **** on by his locker room, while working his ass off, not making a peep, they could understand his frustration and refusal (allegedly, because honestly he sucked as a wildcat qb as well, so they probably just wanted to go to someone else) to play, even though they didn't like it.