With Week 8 in the NFL about to begin, multiple teams have quarterback situations that are in extreme disarray. The season isn't even at its halfway point, yet there are six teams that could arguably use the services of Tim Tebow. Should one of those teams sign him?

Thanks to injuries to their starters, the Minnesota Vikings, Buffalo Bills and St. Louis Rams are stuck with Christian Ponder, Thad Lewis and Kellen Clemens, respectively. Ponder has been awful in his time with the Vikings, despite playing alongside the best running back in the league, Adrian Peterson. Lewis hasn't been awful, but he leaves something to be desired. Clemens has inspired so much confidence from the Rams that they have inquired about the services of 44-year-old Brett Favre.

Meanwhile, the Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are relying on Jason Campbell, Chad Henne and Mike Glennon, respectively. Yikes.

Campbell is replacing the perpetually awful Brandon Weeden, while Henne is doing the same for the repulsive Blaine Gabbert in Jacksonville. Mike Glennon has the distinction of replacing Josh Freeman, who is now in Minnesota.

Tebow might be a better solution than any of those six quarterback options, especially given his proven ability to lead a late-game comeback, as he did many times in Denver as the Broncos' quarterback.

Should an NFL team sign Tim Tebow?