Tim Tebow’s NFL career is seemingly over after his attempt to win a roster spot with the Jacksonville Jaguars as a tight end failed.

That has led to some hot takes, and naturally, FOX Sports analyst Skip Bayless had one of the hottest takes.

As you can see below, Bayless had a long rant on “Skip and Shannon: Undisputed” this week, saying Tebow’s career is one of the saddest stories he’s ever seen:

“I want to make it very clear — I’m not a friend of Tim Tebow’s,” Bayless said. “I barely know Tim Tebow. I’ve interviewed Tim Tebow 3 times. I do not keep in touch with Tim Tebow.”

OK, got it.

“My final takeaway from Tim Tebow’s career is that he became one of the saddest stories, maybe the saddest story, I have ever encountered on the field,” Bayless continued. “And by that, I mean, we’re not talking about personal tragedy here. Obviously, we’re not talking about a terminal illness or the loss of a loved one. I’m talking about, as an athlete, his story is as sad as it gets. Because, as you well know, he was one of the greatest college football players ever. He won 2 national championships at Florida. He won a Heisman Trophy. He was a first-round NFL pick, albeit a late-first round pick at No. 25 overall by Josh McDaniels. Then, he got the worst break of his football career when the guy who picked him got fired in the middle of his rookie year. Before he’d even been able to start an NFL game, Josh McDaniels was gone. … He did get some chances for a 3-11 Denver team at the end of his rookie year. He got thrown into that fire and he showed — I’m not going to say greatness — but goodness.”

Bayless then goes on to say that Tebow never got another chance after losing a playoff game to New England.

“From that moment on, Tim Tebow was never given an opportunity to start another NFL game, and that is mind-blowing to me,” Bayless said. “He obviously got some looks. He got a look from the Jets. … He got a look from (Bill) Belichick. He got a look from Chip Kelly. But they were just looks. Before you knew it, he was out of football.”

Bayless then lamented Tebow being forced to work his way up the Minor League Baseball ladder before Urban Meyer gave him a chance at tight end.

It seems as if there are probably sadder stories out there. Even Tebow would probably agree with that.