While Tebow's future with the Jets is now a point of speculation among football fans, Rogers is confident the former Heisman Trophy winner will make a strong case for the company. Rogers is also equally bullish on Tebow's football career as he seems to be about TiVo's earnings prospects. "He should be starting," Rogers told TheStreet, of Tebow's quarterback skills.
TiVo has already shown more promise than Tebow by beating third-quarter earnings estimates in November and it settled intellectual property disputes with Verizon (VZ - Get Report) in the fall, chalking up some investor yardage.
Rogers spent the good portion of an hour long presentation at the UBS conference explaining to investors why the company's products, patents and technologies have it well positioned as consumers move to mobile devices and are tempted by over-the-top media outside of traditional cable packages.