If given the choice between a toddler and Tim Tebow, Philadelphia Eagles star LeSean McCoy says he'd definitely pick the tyke.
On Saturday, TMZ asked McCoy for his opinion as to who he thinks the most talented NFL player without a team is. "[For] example, Vince Young, Tim Tebow… someone out there who doesn't have a team," a reporter for the news outlet can be heard asking the 25-year-old running back in a video of the exchange.
"Tim Tebow?" McCoy responds, with a frown. "My son is two… I'd take my son over Tim Tebow."
Tebow, who hasn't been picked up by an NFL team since being released by the New England Patriots after only a few months before the 2013 season, is no stranger to criticism. In 2012, the NY Daily News wrote that Tebow's teammates at the New York Jets, where he played for one season, had been complaining of the quarterback's "terrible" playing.
"We can't win running that sh--," one member of the team was quoted as saying of Tebow's playing style.
The 26-year-old quarterback currently works for ESPN as a college football analyst.