About the author: John Kirkwood

John Kirkwood is a son of Issachar. He is a Zionist, gun-toting, cigar-smoking, incandescent light bulb-using, 3.2 gallon flushing, fur-wearing, Chinese (MSG) eating, bow-hunting, SUV driving, unhyphenated American man who loves his wife, isn't ashamed of his country and does not apologize for his Christianity. He Pastors Grace Gospel Fellowship Bensenville, where "we the people" seek to honor "In God we Trust." He hosts the Christian wake up call IN THE ARENA every Sunday at noon on AM 1160 and he co-hosts UnCommon Sense, the Christian Worldview with a double shot of espresso on UncommonShow.com. He is the proud homeschooling dad of Konnor, Karter and Payton and the "blessed from heaven above" husband of the Righteous and Rowdy Wendymae.

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  • fireman fred

    Sanchez does suck and so does Tebow. You’re an idiot!

  • trugrit

    Duh, Winning! All he does is win. No one has been a better team mate or player than Tim Tebow. Skill set aside, he’d be a blessing to any team.

  • darkwingdave

    http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/v/violator.htm

    A rare glimpse seen away from the sidelines? :-)

    • jetsfan

      Classic! Love the pic of the Violator. Someone should photoshop a Sanchez Jersey on him. Great find darkwindgave!

    • jay

      Here it is:

      • meangreenMarine

        I didn’t even know that Rex Ryan wore brown! Great picture!
        I hope a good man finds the right place to play. Ryan, on the other hand, will be seeking employment in the near future! I hope he also gets what he deserves!

      • meangreenMarine

        I didn’t even know that Rex Ryan wore brown! Great picture!
        I hope a good man finds the right place to play. Ryan, on the other hand, will be seeking employment in the near future! I hope he also gets what he deserves!

      • meangreenMarine

        I didn’t even know that Rex Ryan wore brown! Great picture!
        I hope a good man finds the right place to play. Ryan, on the other hand, will be seeking employment in the near future! I hope he also gets what he deserves!

      • meangreenMarine

        I didn’t even know that Rex Ryan wore brown! Great picture!
        I hope a good man finds the right place to play. Ryan, on the other hand, will be seeking employment in the near future! I hope he also gets what he deserves!

  • Michelle DeSelms

    You nailed it… the media just can’t stand a good guy… now let him break a law or two… they will be all over him… Heck, let him be a pedophile from PA, then they will really love him

    • God is an alien

      “The media can’t stand him”, that in and of itself is total BS, is to be expected from an ignorant hole such as yourself. He can not play the game at the professional level, period end of story.

      • jerrycurl5

        Which is why he has a career winning record, and led a garbage team to the playoffs and a victory? So who’s the ignorant one here?

        • Vin Smith

          …Many an unorthodox QB has starred in the NFL. Many more will. Tebow will be one of them.

        • Vin Smith

          …Many an unorthodox QB has starred in the NFL. Many more will. Tebow will be one of them.

        • Vin Smith

          …Many an unorthodox QB has starred in the NFL. Many more will. Tebow will be one of them.

      • jerrycurl5

        Which is why he has a career winning record, and led a garbage team to the playoffs and a victory? So who’s the ignorant one here?

      • jerrycurl5

        Which is why he has a career winning record, and led a garbage team to the playoffs and a victory? So who’s the ignorant one here?

      • tito

        he cannot play the game, how would you know he was never given a chance ! what a DUMMM statement michelle, OH! by the way what would a female know about sports…

        • Peach314

          Olga Korbut anyone?

        • Peach314

          Olga Korbut anyone?

        • Peach314

          Olga Korbut anyone?

        • Peach314

          Olga Korbut anyone?

        • jcarrme

          speaking of DUMM statements….

        • jcarrme

          speaking of DUMM statements….

        • jcarrme

          speaking of DUMM statements….

      • tito

        he cannot play the game, how would you know he was never given a chance ! what a DUMMM statement michelle, OH! by the way what would a female know about sports…

      • tito

        he cannot play the game, how would you know he was never given a chance ! what a DUMMM statement michelle, OH! by the way what would a female know about sports…

      • crownegro2003@yahoo.com

        Why the name calling?

      • crownegro2003@yahoo.com

        Why the name calling?

      • crownegro2003@yahoo.com

        Why the name calling?

      • crownegro2003@yahoo.com

        Why the name calling?

      • http://www.facebook.com/mpayne.avington Mpayne CenterStage Avington

        Obviously u know nothing how can u win @ 3 levels & suck??? U cant the nfl set tebow up to die in ny

      • http://www.facebook.com/mpayne.avington Mpayne CenterStage Avington

        Obviously u know nothing how can u win @ 3 levels & suck??? U cant the nfl set tebow up to die in ny

      • http://www.facebook.com/mpayne.avington Mpayne CenterStage Avington

        Obviously u know nothing how can u win @ 3 levels & suck??? U cant the nfl set tebow up to die in ny

      • http://www.facebook.com/mpayne.avington Mpayne CenterStage Avington

        Obviously u know nothing how can u win @ 3 levels & suck??? U cant the nfl set tebow up to die in ny

      • Luzmark1

        You can’t even play the game of life,you’ve lost already dude.

      • Luzmark1

        You can’t even play the game of life,you’ve lost already dude.

      • Luzmark1

        You can’t even play the game of life,you’ve lost already dude.

      • Luzmark1

        You can’t even play the game of life,you’ve lost already dude.

  • Audrey Russo

    Spot on piece…Tim was treated like poop by these goons. My fave line in the article: “Ryan now seems like he’s either bucking for a career in the WWE or auditioning to play the fat clown in the next SPAWN remake”. I pick the latter…he’s ugly, disgusting…and he’s got a big pie-hole like is other fat clown of a brother. The NFL could do better than these circus acts.

    • Eli

      Agreed. I’m no Bible-beater, but have enjoyed watching him find ways to win over the years (even though I’m a Tennessee fan). Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m gonna go practice Tebowing…

    • kenpuck

      Life in America is now like Brave New World or The Trial…or Alice in Wonderland. Christians are despised, and Muslims are adored. Don’t recognize the landscape any more. I think I’ve lived long enough.

      • netscorcher

        If you believe in God and have christian values you’re cast out. If you’re homosexual then you get TV spots and are carried through the streets and loved by the masses! The war againt Christ is well underway!

      • netscorcher

        If you believe in God and have christian values you’re cast out. If you’re homosexual then you get TV spots and are carried through the streets and loved by the masses! The war againt Christ is well underway!

      • netscorcher

        If you believe in God and have christian values you’re cast out. If you’re homosexual then you get TV spots and are carried through the streets and loved by the masses! The war againt Christ is well underway!

      • netscorcher

        If you believe in God and have christian values you’re cast out. If you’re homosexual then you get TV spots and are carried through the streets and loved by the masses! The war againt Christ is well underway!

    • kenpuck

      Life in America is now like Brave New World or The Trial…or Alice in Wonderland. Christians are despised, and Muslims are adored. Don’t recognize the landscape any more. I think I’ve lived long enough.

    • Paul Crandall

      Speaking of fat and Ugly… Did you see that ridiculous perm and horse face?

    • Paul Crandall

      Speaking of fat and Ugly… Did you see that ridiculous perm and horse face?

    • Paul Crandall

      Speaking of fat and Ugly… Did you see that ridiculous perm and horse face?

    • Paul Crandall

      Speaking of fat and Ugly… Did you see that ridiculous perm and horse face?

  • grinner

    This article is spot on, Tebow was ostracized from the ‘getgo’ by the liberal media and never stood a chance in that giant blue state. I think Jacksonville, who needs their seats filled might be a good spot. No matter where he goes, I wish him the best of luck…The NFL could use many more Tebows!!!!

    • fearlesskris

      Haha, wow – the media LOVED this guy! You couldn’t go to any news source and not see some adorable picture of Tebow, there is a Tumblr page called Tebowing, there are articles galore. The media loves Tebow. And as just a young QB it’s pretty fascinating that he garners all this attention for not winning. I would imagine every other football player who takes a knee to offer a prayer, crosses himself, or gives the high sign to God and/or Jesus after every good play wonders exactly how he could get himself the kind of media coverage that Tebow gets. Because religious faith seems pretty “across the board” in the NFL.

      • NickGoodman

        Of course he garners all this attention for demonstrating his faith and not because he “compiled a Heisman trophy, a BCS National Championship, three team MVP’s and dozens of records, only to be followed by a first round pick in the NFL draft”.
        Aren’t you late for your devil worship meeting?

        • fearlesskris

          Still…not winning. But I agree with everyone he’s a good guy and he probably needs a bit of seasoning at QB and not for the Jets. They aren’t going to have any patience for nonsense in NY, God, Satan, or any other football winning deity you choose to call upon. You missed my point entirely – there is a lot of strong faith on the football field. Many players have devoted their lives to their faith in Jesus and God. Why is the media so focused on Tebow? It might be that he’s adorable, photographs well, and seems like a genuinely nice guy. But so are the rest of the faithful. But with one difference – many of the other faithful are not white. It’s a little cynical and hypocritical not to recognize that. But hey, look at whom I am speaking…did you pick up your hood and sheet from the dry cleaner yet Nick?

          • Sarah’s Granny!

            True, the liberal media loves to talk Tebow because his name and/or photo will get attention, whether “love him” or “hate him” they can’t lose. I think the main target of the “media” reference in the article was the sports media, especially those who played little, if any, football ever in their lives. Tebow is a good football player with a very strong work ethic who has constantly said that though he WANTS to play QB, he is willing to do whatever he needs to do to help his team win. Can you imagine any other player in the NFL playing the various roles Tebow was asked to play last season, being switched around several times per game, not just per season? If you want a player to play a position, do you coach him in that one position or bounce him around in several each week? How is that helping your team, much less the player? Tebow has the drive to get better and better in any position in football. But without being taught and supported by those in authority, how can anyone be expected excel? “Jack of all trades, master of none” is a cliche for a reason.

          • Sarah’s Granny!

            True, the liberal media loves to talk Tebow because his name and/or photo will get attention, whether “love him” or “hate him” they can’t lose. I think the main target of the “media” reference in the article was the sports media, especially those who played little, if any, football ever in their lives. Tebow is a good football player with a very strong work ethic who has constantly said that though he WANTS to play QB, he is willing to do whatever he needs to do to help his team win. Can you imagine any other player in the NFL playing the various roles Tebow was asked to play last season, being switched around several times per game, not just per season? If you want a player to play a position, do you coach him in that one position or bounce him around in several each week? How is that helping your team, much less the player? Tebow has the drive to get better and better in any position in football. But without being taught and supported by those in authority, how can anyone be expected excel? “Jack of all trades, master of none” is a cliche for a reason.

          • Reconnector

            I’m Liberal, he sucks, you run at the mouth. Play one of the 1000’s out there that can play and will not weep and pray at every little fffkkking thing !

          • Reconnector

            I’m Liberal, he sucks, you run at the mouth. Play one of the 1000’s out there that can play and will not weep and pray at every little fffkkking thing !

          • Ernesto Che Satanas

            Hey tough guy…let’s get together so I can buy you a cup of coffee. I promise not to hurt you.

          • Ernesto Che Satanas

            Hey tough guy…let’s get together so I can buy you a cup of coffee. I promise not to hurt you.

          • The Doc

            Papa Bray. Spoken like a true liberal idiot

          • Kevin Corcoran

            That’s it Doc, way to turn the other cheek; you pompous hypocrite.

          • Kevin Corcoran

            That’s it Doc, way to turn the other cheek; you pompous hypocrite.

          • Jim Walsh

            Papa I fail to see why his praying at every little thing as you put it bothers you so much, I do agree that he stinks as a QB but why get bent out of shape because you think he prays or cries too much to suit you. I do think it says some where in the bible to not let your light shine before men, but if he as a Christian is not going according to the bible that is between him and his god. As for me I have serious doubts about religion

          • Sophocles

            Jim, your “serious doubts” aside, you might research the Bible a little better before referencing it. There is even a children’s song taught in most Protestant churches – – – “Let Your Little Light Shine”! I am not a football fan, but I hope your football knowledge expressed in your post exceeds your expressed Bible knowledge. I do encourage you to spend more time with the Bible, though!

          • Sophocles

            Jim, your “serious doubts” aside, you might research the Bible a little better before referencing it. There is even a children’s song taught in most Protestant churches – – – “Let Your Little Light Shine”! I am not a football fan, but I hope your football knowledge expressed in your post exceeds your expressed Bible knowledge. I do encourage you to spend more time with the Bible, though!

          • Jim Walsh

            Papa I fail to see why his praying at every little thing as you put it bothers you so much, I do agree that he stinks as a QB but why get bent out of shape because you think he prays or cries too much to suit you. I do think it says some where in the bible to not let your light shine before men, but if he as a Christian is not going according to the bible that is between him and his god. As for me I have serious doubts about religion

          • Jim Walsh

            Papa I fail to see why his praying at every little thing as you put it bothers you so much, I do agree that he stinks as a QB but why get bent out of shape because you think he prays or cries too much to suit you. I do think it says some where in the bible to not let your light shine before men, but if he as a Christian is not going according to the bible that is between him and his god. As for me I have serious doubts about religion

          • frankensteingovernment

            Have you been drinking tonite?

          • frankensteingovernment

            Have you been drinking tonite?

          • frankensteingovernment

            Have you been drinking tonite?

          • frankensteingovernment

            Have you been drinking tonite?

          • Free at Last

            There’s a nut in a every crowd. Looks like you’re IT, Papa Bray (is that bray as in a_s?)

          • Free at Last

            There’s a nut in a every crowd. Looks like you’re IT, Papa Bray (is that bray as in a_s?)

          • Free at Last

            There’s a nut in a every crowd. Looks like you’re IT, Papa Bray (is that bray as in a_s?)

          • smarterthnu

            you know what tough guy. Why dont you try do do something more than run your mouth. Did you watch that guy play. No it wasnt the prettiest thing to watch. But you know no matter what that guy gave 110 percent every play he never sat on the side lines and cried. Never had any scandles off the field, and all he did was win. Liberals like you are whats wrong with this country So shut the f%#@ up punk

          • smarterthnu

            you know what tough guy. Why dont you try do do something more than run your mouth. Did you watch that guy play. No it wasnt the prettiest thing to watch. But you know no matter what that guy gave 110 percent every play he never sat on the side lines and cried. Never had any scandles off the field, and all he did was win. Liberals like you are whats wrong with this country So shut the f%#@ up punk

          • Peach314

            Multinational corporations are LIBERAL? Hardly, big corps are CONSERVATIVE, they expect performance on the FIELD, where Tebow is mediocre but LOUD.

          • Peach314

            Multinational corporations are LIBERAL? Hardly, big corps are CONSERVATIVE, they expect performance on the FIELD, where Tebow is mediocre but LOUD.

          • Peach314

            Multinational corporations are LIBERAL? Hardly, big corps are CONSERVATIVE, they expect performance on the FIELD, where Tebow is mediocre but LOUD.

          • Peach314

            Multinational corporations are LIBERAL? Hardly, big corps are CONSERVATIVE, they expect performance on the FIELD, where Tebow is mediocre but LOUD.

          • http://www.facebook.com/jvlterry Randall Terry

            You librals are just Christian haters. When we are all gone then life will be better for you all, so you think!

          • http://www.facebook.com/jvlterry Randall Terry

            You librals are just Christian haters. When we are all gone then life will be better for you all, so you think!

          • http://www.facebook.com/jvlterry Randall Terry

            You librals are just Christian haters. When we are all gone then life will be better for you all, so you think!

          • http://www.facebook.com/jvlterry Randall Terry

            You librals are just Christian haters. When we are all gone then life will be better for you all, so you think!

          • Reconnector

            I’m Liberal, he sucks, you run at the mouth. Play one of the 1000’s out there that can play and will not weep and pray at every little fffkkking thing !

          • Reconnector

            I’m Liberal, he sucks, you run at the mouth. Play one of the 1000’s out there that can play and will not weep and pray at every little fffkkking thing !

          • Sarah’s Granny!

            True, the liberal media loves to talk Tebow because his name and/or photo will get attention, whether “love him” or “hate him” they can’t lose. I think the main target of the “media” reference in the article was the sports media, especially those who played little, if any, football ever in their lives. Tebow is a good football player with a very strong work ethic who has constantly said that though he WANTS to play QB, he is willing to do whatever he needs to do to help his team win. Can you imagine any other player in the NFL playing the various roles Tebow was asked to play last season, being switched around several times per game, not just per season? If you want a player to play a position, do you coach him in that one position or bounce him around in several each week? How is that helping your team, much less the player? Tebow has the drive to get better and better in any position in football. But without being taught and supported by those in authority, how can anyone be expected excel? “Jack of all trades, master of none” is a cliche for a reason.

          • Sarah’s Granny!

            True, the liberal media loves to talk Tebow because his name and/or photo will get attention, whether “love him” or “hate him” they can’t lose. I think the main target of the “media” reference in the article was the sports media, especially those who played little, if any, football ever in their lives. Tebow is a good football player with a very strong work ethic who has constantly said that though he WANTS to play QB, he is willing to do whatever he needs to do to help his team win. Can you imagine any other player in the NFL playing the various roles Tebow was asked to play last season, being switched around several times per game, not just per season? If you want a player to play a position, do you coach him in that one position or bounce him around in several each week? How is that helping your team, much less the player? Tebow has the drive to get better and better in any position in football. But without being taught and supported by those in authority, how can anyone be expected excel? “Jack of all trades, master of none” is a cliche for a reason.

          • Reconnector

            LOL hey I’m on your side pal…. no place for that !! But ELBOW can’t really play !! There are 1000 out there not playing bettern him !! go way

          • Ernesto Che Satanas

            Papa Bray, you need a good smack across your smart mouth. I’m the guy that can deliver. Wanna bet?

          • God is an alien

            Ernesto, you illegal alien poosay. You aint about shiite

          • NS

            Spoken like a “True Christian”… Nice and hateful.

          • God is an alien

            NS are completely stupid or just retarded?

          • Guest

            Far more educated than you. I have a Ph.D. in Education. And if you knew your ass from a hole in the ground, you would know not to use either of those terms.

          • Guest

            Far more educated than you. I have a Ph.D. in Education. And if you knew your ass from a hole in the ground, you would know not to use either of those terms.

          • Guest

            Far more educated than you. I have a Ph.D. in Education. And if you knew your ass from a hole in the ground, you would know not to use either of those terms.

          • Guest

            Far more educated than you. I have a Ph.D. in Education. And if you knew your ass from a hole in the ground, you would know not to use either of those terms.

          • God is an alien

            NS are completely stupid or just retarded?

          • NS

            Spoken like a “True Christian”… Nice and hateful.

          • NS

            Spoken like a “True Christian”… Nice and hateful.

          • God is an alien

            Ernesto, you illegal alien poosay. You aint about shiite

          • God is an alien

            Ernesto, you illegal alien poosay. You aint about shiite

          • God is an alien

            Ernesto, you illegal alien poosay. You aint about shiite

          • Judas

            here is the classic internet tough guy. you probably jerk off to pictures of your mom while you quote bible verses on your facebook page.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Dude, no one jerks off to pictures of your mom. No one.

            Ever.

          • NS

            How do you know…? Have you been watching?

          • NS

            How do you know…? Have you been watching?

          • NS

            How do you know…? Have you been watching?

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Dude, no one jerks off to pictures of your mom. No one.

            Ever.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Dude, no one jerks off to pictures of your mom. No one.

            Ever.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Dude, no one jerks off to pictures of your mom. No one.

            Ever.

          • thomas j. kavany

            great screen name, judas.

          • thomas j. kavany

            great screen name, judas.

          • thomas j. kavany

            great screen name, judas.

          • thomas j. kavany

            great screen name, judas.

          • Judas

            here is the classic internet tough guy. you probably jerk off to pictures of your mom while you quote bible verses on your facebook page.

          • Judas

            here is the classic internet tough guy. you probably jerk off to pictures of your mom while you quote bible verses on your facebook page.

          • Dr. Evyl

            Oh, sit down, big mouth, before you wet your panties.

          • Dr. Evyl

            Oh, sit down, big mouth, before you wet your panties.

          • Dr. Evyl

            Oh, sit down, big mouth, before you wet your panties.

          • Dr. Evyl

            Oh, sit down, big mouth, before you wet your panties.

          • Ernesto Che Satanas

            Papa Bray, you need a good smack across your smart mouth. I’m the guy that can deliver. Wanna bet?

          • Ernesto Che Satanas

            Papa Bray, you need a good smack across your smart mouth. I’m the guy that can deliver. Wanna bet?

          • Ernesto Che Satanas

            Papa Bray, you need a good smack across your smart mouth. I’m the guy that can deliver. Wanna bet?

          • Ibme Jones

            1000 out there better than most of the nfl players–
            go way far away papa

          • Ibme Jones

            1000 out there better than most of the nfl players–
            go way far away papa

          • Ibme Jones

            1000 out there better than most of the nfl players–
            go way far away papa

          • Gordon

            Papa Bray, I’m so sorry, dementia is such a tragedy at any age. Remember, “T”ebow has been successful everywhere he’s been given a chance. High school, college, even the NFL. Remember, Tebow leading the Bronco’s to a win in the playoffs? I mean, during Manning’s last game last season, he got mad and threw his helmet and even that was intercepted…. Look, you don’t have to be a fan of Tebow, but I do believe he’s a man of God. In the bible, when the children made fun of the man of God (Elisha in 2 Kings 2:23, 24), didn’t two bears come out of the woods and rip them to pieces? Stop being a child or God is going to send some bears after you…..

          • God is an alien

            LOL Gordon you really do believe in fantasy don’t you?

          • Kevin Corcoran

            That’s the Christian way, Gordon, huh? If someone doesn’t share your opinion, call him names.

          • wally gator

            Thanks! Tebow for being a real role model. It is amazing you can be with prostitutes, use drugs, and any number on sinful lifestyles and the world will look the other way. Please don’t bow your head and give thanks to God. That’s way over the top.Tebow will be blessed by God and God will take care of him. God is always faithful.

          • wally gator

            Thanks! Tebow for being a real role model. It is amazing you can be with prostitutes, use drugs, and any number on sinful lifestyles and the world will look the other way. Please don’t bow your head and give thanks to God. That’s way over the top.Tebow will be blessed by God and God will take care of him. God is always faithful.

          • wally gator

            Thanks! Tebow for being a real role model. It is amazing you can be with prostitutes, use drugs, and any number on sinful lifestyles and the world will look the other way. Please don’t bow your head and give thanks to God. That’s way over the top.Tebow will be blessed by God and God will take care of him. God is always faithful.

          • wally gator

            Thanks! Tebow for being a real role model. It is amazing you can be with prostitutes, use drugs, and any number on sinful lifestyles and the world will look the other way. Please don’t bow your head and give thanks to God. That’s way over the top.Tebow will be blessed by God and God will take care of him. God is always faithful.

          • Gordon

            Papa Bray, I’m so sorry, dementia is such a tragedy at any age. Remember, “T”ebow has been successful everywhere he’s been given a chance. High school, college, even the NFL. Remember, Tebow leading the Bronco’s to a win in the playoffs? I mean, during Manning’s last game last season, he got mad and threw his helmet and even that was intercepted…. Look, you don’t have to be a fan of Tebow, but I do believe he’s a man of God. In the bible, when the children made fun of the man of God (Elisha in 2 Kings 2:23, 24), didn’t two bears come out of the woods and rip them to pieces? Stop being a child or God is going to send some bears after you…..

          • The Doc

            Liberal idiot, do you speak English in coherent sentences?

          • The Doc

            Liberal idiot, do you speak English in coherent sentences?

          • The Doc

            Liberal idiot, do you speak English in coherent sentences?

          • The Doc

            Liberal idiot, do you speak English in coherent sentences?

          • Reconnector

            LOL hey I’m on your side pal…. no place for that !! But ELBOW can’t really play !! There are 1000 out there not playing bettern him !! go way

          • Reconnector

            LOL hey I’m on your side pal…. no place for that !! But ELBOW can’t really play !! There are 1000 out there not playing bettern him !! go way

          • Reconnector

            LOL hey I’m on your side pal…. no place for that !! But ELBOW can’t really play !! There are 1000 out there not playing bettern him !! go way

          • Jim Walsh

            Hogwash he has played football since HS and in College. He does not need seasoning he needs to realize that he stinks as a QB. I could not care less what religion he is. So to all the Christians on here playing the Christian, give it up

          • Jim Walsh

            Hogwash he has played football since HS and in College. He does not need seasoning he needs to realize that he stinks as a QB. I could not care less what religion he is. So to all the Christians on here playing the Christian, give it up

          • Jim Walsh

            Hogwash he has played football since HS and in College. He does not need seasoning he needs to realize that he stinks as a QB. I could not care less what religion he is. So to all the Christians on here playing the Christian, give it up

          • Jim Walsh

            Hogwash he has played football since HS and in College. He does not need seasoning he needs to realize that he stinks as a QB. I could not care less what religion he is. So to all the Christians on here playing the Christian, give it up

          • MrFactvsFiction

            You’re an idiot and of course you played the race card. I never saw a single media outlet praising Tebow for his faith; they were building him to bring him down. Every night on ESPN and NFL Network “Expert” after expert said he had no business in the NFL and could not play at that level. You’re an atheist and most likely an “African” American-LOL- So just come out from behind your sheet bigot

          • Guest

            even you a$$h0le rednecks and douchebags have your opinions

          • Guest

            even you a$$h0le rednecks and douchebags have your opinions

          • Guest

            even you a$$h0le rednecks and douchebags have your opinions

          • Guest

            even you a$$h0le rednecks and douchebags have your opinions

          • MrFactvsFiction

            You’re an idiot and of course you played the race card. I never saw a single media outlet praising Tebow for his faith; they were building him to bring him down. Every night on ESPN and NFL Network “Expert” after expert said he had no business in the NFL and could not play at that level. You’re an atheist and most likely an “African” American-LOL- So just come out from behind your sheet bigot

          • MrFactvsFiction

            You’re an idiot and of course you played the race card. I never saw a single media outlet praising Tebow for his faith; they were building him to bring him down. Every night on ESPN and NFL Network “Expert” after expert said he had no business in the NFL and could not play at that level. You’re an atheist and most likely an “African” American-LOL- So just come out from behind your sheet bigot

          • MrFactvsFiction

            You’re an idiot and of course you played the race card. I never saw a single media outlet praising Tebow for his faith; they were building him to bring him down. Every night on ESPN and NFL Network “Expert” after expert said he had no business in the NFL and could not play at that level. You’re an atheist and most likely an “African” American-LOL- So just come out from behind your sheet bigot

          • Peach314

            Tebow shoves his face into the spotlight, that is why. He is more PR than player.

          • Peach314

            Tebow shoves his face into the spotlight, that is why. He is more PR than player.

          • Peach314

            Tebow shoves his face into the spotlight, that is why. He is more PR than player.

          • John P

            Did You play the “race card” lately?

          • John P

            Did You play the “race card” lately?

          • John P

            Did You play the “race card” lately?

          • John P

            Did You play the “race card” lately?

        • fearlesskris

          Still…not winning. But I agree with everyone he’s a good guy and he probably needs a bit of seasoning at QB and not for the Jets. They aren’t going to have any patience for nonsense in NY, God, Satan, or any other football winning deity you choose to call upon. You missed my point entirely – there is a lot of strong faith on the football field. Many players have devoted their lives to their faith in Jesus and God. Why is the media so focused on Tebow? It might be that he’s adorable, photographs well, and seems like a genuinely nice guy. But so are the rest of the faithful. But with one difference – many of the other faithful are not white. It’s a little cynical and hypocritical not to recognize that. But hey, look at whom I am speaking…did you pick up your hood and sheet from the dry cleaner yet Nick?

        • fearlesskris

          Still…not winning. But I agree with everyone he’s a good guy and he probably needs a bit of seasoning at QB and not for the Jets. They aren’t going to have any patience for nonsense in NY, God, Satan, or any other football winning deity you choose to call upon. You missed my point entirely – there is a lot of strong faith on the football field. Many players have devoted their lives to their faith in Jesus and God. Why is the media so focused on Tebow? It might be that he’s adorable, photographs well, and seems like a genuinely nice guy. But so are the rest of the faithful. But with one difference – many of the other faithful are not white. It’s a little cynical and hypocritical not to recognize that. But hey, look at whom I am speaking…did you pick up your hood and sheet from the dry cleaner yet Nick?

        • fearlesskris

          Still…not winning. But I agree with everyone he’s a good guy and he probably needs a bit of seasoning at QB and not for the Jets. They aren’t going to have any patience for nonsense in NY, God, Satan, or any other football winning deity you choose to call upon. You missed my point entirely – there is a lot of strong faith on the football field. Many players have devoted their lives to their faith in Jesus and God. Why is the media so focused on Tebow? It might be that he’s adorable, photographs well, and seems like a genuinely nice guy. But so are the rest of the faithful. But with one difference – many of the other faithful are not white. It’s a little cynical and hypocritical not to recognize that. But hey, look at whom I am speaking…did you pick up your hood and sheet from the dry cleaner yet Nick?

        • Judas

          leave it to the Jesus freak to jump to the devil worship card. that shows the low level of intelligence that the Tebow fans actual attained. He garnered negative attention for being one of the biggest clowns to walk onto a professional football field.

        • Judas

          leave it to the Jesus freak to jump to the devil worship card. that shows the low level of intelligence that the Tebow fans actual attained. He garnered negative attention for being one of the biggest clowns to walk onto a professional football field.

        • Judas

          leave it to the Jesus freak to jump to the devil worship card. that shows the low level of intelligence that the Tebow fans actual attained. He garnered negative attention for being one of the biggest clowns to walk onto a professional football field.

      • NickGoodman

        Of course he garners all this attention for demonstrating his faith and not because he “compiled a Heisman trophy, a BCS National Championship, three team MVP’s and dozens of records, only to be followed by a first round pick in the NFL draft”.
        Aren’t you late for your devil worship meeting?

      • Daniel

        He garners all of this attention for not winning? Not winning where? He won a state championship in high school, 2 national titles in college, and in the 1 season he was given a chance to start, he led Denver to it’s first playoff win in over a decade. He didn’t win in New York. Course he wasn’t played in New York either. Dumbass.

        • geewhiz

          high school? college? so what! This is the NFL and he can’t play quarterback..If he played full pack or tight end? Maybe he could succeed. And who so much venom from so many Christians? I thought that we were supposed to come in peace.

        • geewhiz

          high school? college? so what! This is the NFL and he can’t play quarterback..If he played full pack or tight end? Maybe he could succeed. And who so much venom from so many Christians? I thought that we were supposed to come in peace.

          • Free at Last

            he sure played great football his first year in the NFL when he took the Broncos to the playoffs. You people are so ignorant. Shut your mouths so people with real brains and knowledge don’t notice and throw you out of the park. EVERY park.

          • Free at Last

            he sure played great football his first year in the NFL when he took the Broncos to the playoffs. You people are so ignorant. Shut your mouths so people with real brains and knowledge don’t notice and throw you out of the park. EVERY park.

          • Free at Last

            he sure played great football his first year in the NFL when he took the Broncos to the playoffs. You people are so ignorant. Shut your mouths so people with real brains and knowledge don’t notice and throw you out of the park. EVERY park.

        • geewhiz

          high school? college? so what! This is the NFL and he can’t play quarterback..If he played full pack or tight end? Maybe he could succeed. And who so much venom from so many Christians? I thought that we were supposed to come in peace.

        • geewhiz

          high school? college? so what! This is the NFL and he can’t play quarterback..If he played full pack or tight end? Maybe he could succeed. And who so much venom from so many Christians? I thought that we were supposed to come in peace.

        • MoreDog

          I can’t believe people question whether he can win. That’s all he’s ever done. That’s what makes him worth playing. He’s a winner and I thought that was what you were supposed to do in the game of football WIN. I am baffled that the Jaguars can’t take a chance on him. What do they have to lose?

      • Free at Last

        fearlesskris: “LOVED” is the key word in your first statement. There hasn’t been any LOVE from the media for Tebow since he went to the Rex-brainless Jets team (no offense to the poor Jets). I will challenge you on your knowledge of Tebow when you make a statement like “…it’s pretty fascinating that he garners all this attention for not winning.” What games are you talking about? I want to share with you this article on Tebow’s career from Wikipedia, and then I’d like you to tell what games he did not win. Unless, of course, you’re only talking about his year with the Jets when he only played for what?-eight plays all year? He could hardly have caused any losses with that kind of stat.

      • Free at Last

        fearlesskris: “LOVED” is the key word in your first statement. There hasn’t been any LOVE from the media for Tebow since he went to the Rex-brainless Jets team (no offense to the poor Jets). I will challenge you on your knowledge of Tebow when you make a statement like “…it’s pretty fascinating that he garners all this attention for not winning.” What games are you talking about? I want to share with you this article on Tebow’s career from Wikipedia, and then I’d like you to tell what games he did not win. Unless, of course, you’re only talking about his year with the Jets when he only played for what?-eight plays all year? He could hardly have caused any losses with that kind of stat.

      • Free at Last

        fearlesskris: “LOVED” is the key word in your first statement. There hasn’t been any LOVE from the media for Tebow since he went to the Rex-brainless Jets team (no offense to the poor Jets). I will challenge you on your knowledge of Tebow when you make a statement like “…it’s pretty fascinating that he garners all this attention for not winning.” What games are you talking about? I want to share with you this article on Tebow’s career from Wikipedia, and then I’d like you to tell what games he did not win. Unless, of course, you’re only talking about his year with the Jets when he only played for what?-eight plays all year? He could hardly have caused any losses with that kind of stat.

        • Free at Last

          From Wikipedia: Tebow is a dual-threat quarterback, adept at both rushing and passing. He chose to attend the University of Florida, where he played for the Florida Gators football team. Tebow became the Gators’ starting quarterback during the 2007 season when he became the first college sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy. [1] In 2008, Tebow led Florida to a 13–1 record and its second national championship in three years, and was named the offensive MVP of the national championship game. The Gators again went 13–1 in 2009, his senior year. At the conclusion of his college career, he held the Southeastern Conference’s all-time records in both career passing efficiency and total rushing touchdowns, appearing second and tenth (respectively) in the NCAA record book in these categories.[2] As a member of the Denver Broncos, he started the last three games of his rookie season and became the team’s full-time starting quarterback beginning in the sixth game of 2011. The Broncos were 1–4 before he became the starter, but began winning with him on the field, often coming from behind late in the fourth quarter until they won their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime. [3] Despite his successes, Tebow was traded to the New York Jets during theoffseason after the Broncos acquired free agent quarterback Peyton Manning.[4] On April 29, 2013, the Jets released Tebow after drafting quarterback Geno Smith.[5]

        • Free at Last

          From Wikipedia: Tebow is a dual-threat quarterback, adept at both rushing and passing. He chose to attend the University of Florida, where he played for the Florida Gators football team. Tebow became the Gators’ starting quarterback during the 2007 season when he became the first college sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy. [1] In 2008, Tebow led Florida to a 13–1 record and its second national championship in three years, and was named the offensive MVP of the national championship game. The Gators again went 13–1 in 2009, his senior year. At the conclusion of his college career, he held the Southeastern Conference’s all-time records in both career passing efficiency and total rushing touchdowns, appearing second and tenth (respectively) in the NCAA record book in these categories.[2] As a member of the Denver Broncos, he started the last three games of his rookie season and became the team’s full-time starting quarterback beginning in the sixth game of 2011. The Broncos were 1–4 before he became the starter, but began winning with him on the field, often coming from behind late in the fourth quarter until they won their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime. [3] Despite his successes, Tebow was traded to the New York Jets during theoffseason after the Broncos acquired free agent quarterback Peyton Manning.[4] On April 29, 2013, the Jets released Tebow after drafting quarterback Geno Smith.[5]

        • Free at Last

          From Wikipedia: Tebow is a dual-threat quarterback, adept at both rushing and passing. He chose to attend the University of Florida, where he played for the Florida Gators football team. Tebow became the Gators’ starting quarterback during the 2007 season when he became the first college sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy. [1] In 2008, Tebow led Florida to a 13–1 record and its second national championship in three years, and was named the offensive MVP of the national championship game. The Gators again went 13–1 in 2009, his senior year. At the conclusion of his college career, he held the Southeastern Conference’s all-time records in both career passing efficiency and total rushing touchdowns, appearing second and tenth (respectively) in the NCAA record book in these categories.[2] As a member of the Denver Broncos, he started the last three games of his rookie season and became the team’s full-time starting quarterback beginning in the sixth game of 2011. The Broncos were 1–4 before he became the starter, but began winning with him on the field, often coming from behind late in the fourth quarter until they won their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime. [3] Despite his successes, Tebow was traded to the New York Jets during theoffseason after the Broncos acquired free agent quarterback Peyton Manning.[4] On April 29, 2013, the Jets released Tebow after drafting quarterback Geno Smith.[5]

        • Free at Last

          From Wikipedia: Tebow is a dual-threat quarterback, adept at both rushing and passing. He chose to attend the University of Florida, where he played for the Florida Gators football team. Tebow became the Gators’ starting quarterback during the 2007 season when he became the first college sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy. [1] In 2008, Tebow led Florida to a 13–1 record and its second national championship in three years, and was named the offensive MVP of the national championship game. The Gators again went 13–1 in 2009, his senior year. At the conclusion of his college career, he held the Southeastern Conference’s all-time records in both career passing efficiency and total rushing touchdowns, appearing second and tenth (respectively) in the NCAA record book in these categories.[2] As a member of the Denver Broncos, he started the last three games of his rookie season and became the team’s full-time starting quarterback beginning in the sixth game of 2011. The Broncos were 1–4 before he became the starter, but began winning with him on the field, often coming from behind late in the fourth quarter until they won their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime. [3] Despite his successes, Tebow was traded to the New York Jets during theoffseason after the Broncos acquired free agent quarterback Peyton Manning.[4] On April 29, 2013, the Jets released Tebow after drafting quarterback Geno Smith.[5]

      • Free at Last

        fearlesskris: “LOVED” is the key word in your first statement. There hasn’t been any LOVE from the media for Tebow since he went to the Rex-brainless Jets team (no offense to the poor Jets). I will challenge you on your knowledge of Tebow when you make a statement like “…it’s pretty fascinating that he garners all this attention for not winning.” What games are you talking about? I want to share with you this article on Tebow’s career from Wikipedia, and then I’d like you to tell what games he did not win. Unless, of course, you’re only talking about his year with the Jets when he only played for what?-eight plays all year? He could hardly have caused any losses with that kind of stat.

      • Peach314

        Tebow LOVES the MEDIA also, That is why he does not cut it as a player, he is always on STAGE.

      • Peach314

        Tebow LOVES the MEDIA also, That is why he does not cut it as a player, he is always on STAGE.

      • Peach314

        Tebow LOVES the MEDIA also, That is why he does not cut it as a player, he is always on STAGE.

      • Peach314

        Tebow LOVES the MEDIA also, That is why he does not cut it as a player, he is always on STAGE.

    • knowtheledge

      Tebow can’t throw! The position is quarterback and about 50% of the time you are required to actually throw the ball.

    • knowtheledge

      Tebow can’t throw! The position is quarterback and about 50% of the time you are required to actually throw the ball.

      • History1

        Neither can half of the new “mobile” QBs in the league. He doesn’t need to be a 90% completion passer if he can run around folks and make the high percentage passes of 10-15 yards.

      • History1

        Neither can half of the new “mobile” QBs in the league. He doesn’t need to be a 90% completion passer if he can run around folks and make the high percentage passes of 10-15 yards.

        • knowtheledge

          Passing pct
          Aaron Rogers . . 67.2
          RGIII. . . 65.6
          Russ Wilson. . . 64.1
          Cam Newton. . . 57.5

          Tebow. . . 47.9

          Sorry he is not even in the ballpark. Admire him for off the field actions, but on the field not so much.

          • Mr. X

            EXCUSE ME, but Mr. Tebow did take a 1-4 Broncos team to
            the SECOND ROUND of the playoffs. Guess who he beat WITH
            A PASS PLAY? The GREATEST FRANCHISE in NFL history, that’s who. The guy is a WINNER, plain and simple. Of
            the guys that you mentioned, who has accomplished that feat?

          • b

            He can only play on a team where the defense keeps them within 6 points during the first 3 and a half quarters when he is doing nothing but 3 and outs.

          • b

            He can only play on a team where the defense keeps them within 6 points during the first 3 and a half quarters when he is doing nothing but 3 and outs.

          • Paul Crandall

            When you run the ball, you normally keep the other team’s offense off the field and thus have close games… Duh!!

          • o

            you mean like most of the other qbs in the league

          • o

            you mean like most of the other qbs in the league

          • o

            you mean like most of the other qbs in the league

          • b

            He can only play on a team where the defense keeps them within 6 points during the first 3 and a half quarters when he is doing nothing but 3 and outs.

          • Brad Ames

            Denver’s Defense deserves the most credit for last year.

          • The Doc

            Brad, Denver was 1-4 before Tebow took over

          • The Doc

            Brad, Denver was 1-4 before Tebow took over

          • Bill_Everett

            You are right, Doc. He did pretty well for Denver while he was there. Granted, his playing style is different and not exactly conventional or always effective, however, he has a determined will to not fail his teammates and try his best to win. Stats are great, but they don’t always spell out what team is going to win.

            Tebow is not a great quarterback, but he is a good team leader and knows how to rally the troops so to speak. If given a chance to play again, he may just win more than people expect. The Jets never gave him much of a chance to do anything. Jacksonville should have given him a shot, it surely would have boosted their attendance and they may have been able to get him for a bargain. They could do worse…

          • BBoy12

            Tebow’s problem is that he thanks GOD for his scoring a touchdown. I am not a Christian- because I don’t believe in fairy tales, but for those that do- don’t you think that GOD has better things to do than guide Tebow down the field? You should be outraged. He should consider himself a good player because of his abilities- not because GOD is on his side. What a JERK!

          • BBoy12

            Tebow’s problem is that he thanks GOD for his scoring a touchdown. I am not a Christian- because I don’t believe in fairy tales, but for those that do- don’t you think that GOD has better things to do than guide Tebow down the field? You should be outraged. He should consider himself a good player because of his abilities- not because GOD is on his side. What a JERK!

          • Bill_Everett

            You are right, Doc. He did pretty well for Denver while he was there. Granted, his playing style is different and not exactly conventional or always effective, however, he has a determined will to not fail his teammates and try his best to win. Stats are great, but they don’t always spell out what team is going to win.

            Tebow is not a great quarterback, but he is a good team leader and knows how to rally the troops so to speak. If given a chance to play again, he may just win more than people expect. The Jets never gave him much of a chance to do anything. Jacksonville should have given him a shot, it surely would have boosted their attendance and they may have been able to get him for a bargain. They could do worse…

          • Bill_Everett

            You are right, Doc. He did pretty well for Denver while he was there. Granted, his playing style is different and not exactly conventional or always effective, however, he has a determined will to not fail his teammates and try his best to win. Stats are great, but they don’t always spell out what team is going to win.

            Tebow is not a great quarterback, but he is a good team leader and knows how to rally the troops so to speak. If given a chance to play again, he may just win more than people expect. The Jets never gave him much of a chance to do anything. Jacksonville should have given him a shot, it surely would have boosted their attendance and they may have been able to get him for a bargain. They could do worse…

          • The Doc

            Brad, Denver was 1-4 before Tebow took over

          • The Doc

            Brad, Denver was 1-4 before Tebow took over

          • Free at Last

            Oh my aching brain. You Tebow hate-followers wouldn’t and couldn’t face the facts on Tebow’s career if they hit you in the head. I suppose no other QB plays with an offense, right? What utter nonsense. Next I guess you’ll say he isn’t a human being unless he can walk on water. Sheesh.

          • Free at Last

            And the other NFL QB’s don’t play with a Defense either, right? WRONG.

          • Free at Last

            And the other NFL QB’s don’t play with a Defense either, right? WRONG.

          • Free at Last

            And the other NFL QB’s don’t play with a Defense either, right? WRONG.

          • Free at Last

            Oh my aching brain. You Tebow hate-followers wouldn’t and couldn’t face the facts on Tebow’s career if they hit you in the head. I suppose no other QB plays with an offense, right? What utter nonsense. Next I guess you’ll say he isn’t a human being unless he can walk on water. Sheesh.

          • knowtheledge

            Um. . . Aaron Rogers won a Super Bowl.

          • Mr. X

            EXCUSE ME, but Mr. Tebow did take a 1-4 Broncos team to
            the SECOND ROUND of the playoffs. Guess who he beat WITH
            A PASS PLAY? The GREATEST FRANCHISE in NFL history, that’s who. The guy is a WINNER, plain and simple. Of
            the guys that you mentioned, who has accomplished that feat?

          • Mr. X

            EXCUSE ME, but Mr. Tebow did take a 1-4 Broncos team to
            the SECOND ROUND of the playoffs. Guess who he beat WITH
            A PASS PLAY? The GREATEST FRANCHISE in NFL history, that’s who. The guy is a WINNER, plain and simple. Of
            the guys that you mentioned, who has accomplished that feat?

          • Mr. X

            EXCUSE ME, but Mr. Tebow did take a 1-4 Broncos team to
            the SECOND ROUND of the playoffs. Guess who he beat WITH
            A PASS PLAY? The GREATEST FRANCHISE in NFL history, that’s who. The guy is a WINNER, plain and simple. Of
            the guys that you mentioned, who has accomplished that feat?

          • 08dimlight

            Reading these posts I keep remebering how much the faithful hate truth. Reality keeps getting in the way- thank you Jesus-

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Passing pct
            Aaron Rogers . . 67.2
            RGIII. . . 65.6
            Russ Wilson. . . 64.1
            Cam Newton. . . 57.5

            Tebow. . . 47.9

            THAT is your truth.

            Obscure away.

          • Free at Last

            Oh! You’re right, Jackson! EXCEPT FOR THE FACT THAT TEBOW NEVER GOT A CHANCE TO PLAY FOR THE JETS, SO WHAT PASSING PERCENTAGE ARE YOU USING FOR HIM? The Jets? Denver? If a guy doesn’t pass, his %age wouldn’t meet rogers etc. What else does he do? That’s like saying a fisherman caught one fish, because they only counted the one pike he caught, and ignore the rest of his fish – 15 bass.

          • Free at Last

            Oh! You’re right, Jackson! EXCEPT FOR THE FACT THAT TEBOW NEVER GOT A CHANCE TO PLAY FOR THE JETS, SO WHAT PASSING PERCENTAGE ARE YOU USING FOR HIM? The Jets? Denver? If a guy doesn’t pass, his %age wouldn’t meet rogers etc. What else does he do? That’s like saying a fisherman caught one fish, because they only counted the one pike he caught, and ignore the rest of his fish – 15 bass.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Passing pct
            Aaron Rogers . . 67.2
            RGIII. . . 65.6
            Russ Wilson. . . 64.1
            Cam Newton. . . 57.5

            Tebow. . . 47.9

            THAT is your truth.

            Obscure away.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Passing pct
            Aaron Rogers . . 67.2
            RGIII. . . 65.6
            Russ Wilson. . . 64.1
            Cam Newton. . . 57.5

            Tebow. . . 47.9

            THAT is your truth.

            Obscure away.

          • 08dimlight

            Reading these posts I keep remebering how much the faithful hate truth. Reality keeps getting in the way- thank you Jesus-

          • 08dimlight

            Reading these posts I keep remebering how much the faithful hate truth. Reality keeps getting in the way- thank you Jesus-

          • Chris Weber

            You can’t
            get favorable passer ratings while sitting on the bench! …..Hello!

          • Chris Weber

            You can’t
            get favorable passer ratings while sitting on the bench! …..Hello!

          • knowtheledge

            The stats came from the two years he did play.

          • knowtheledge

            The stats came from the two years he did play.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000675816907 Howard Meredith

            nope what you looked up was last yr when he didnt play that much and hey get over your self tebow can beat any qb you put him in there with even manning he already showed that he took them to the playoff and manning couldnt lol no your roll and shut your mouth

          • Jackson Mayhew

            If he can beat ANY QB, how come he didn’t lead them to the Super Bowl and win it?

            Oops, he lost to another QB….guess he can’t beat “any” QB.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            If he can beat ANY QB, how come he didn’t lead them to the Super Bowl and win it?

            Oops, he lost to another QB….guess he can’t beat “any” QB.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            If he can beat ANY QB, how come he didn’t lead them to the Super Bowl and win it?

            Oops, he lost to another QB….guess he can’t beat “any” QB.

          • knowtheledge

            Sorry buddy I live for stats I looked up the stats for the two years he played for Denver. If I looked up what he did in Newyork it would columns with zeros all the way across. You obviously don’t know much about football or you’d know Denver did make the playoffs this year.

          • knowtheledge

            Sorry buddy I live for stats I looked up the stats for the two years he played for Denver. If I looked up what he did in Newyork it would columns with zeros all the way across. You obviously don’t know much about football or you’d know Denver did make the playoffs this year.

          • knowtheledge

            Sorry buddy I live for stats I looked up the stats for the two years he played for Denver. If I looked up what he did in Newyork it would columns with zeros all the way across. You obviously don’t know much about football or you’d know Denver did make the playoffs this year.

          • knowtheledge

            Sorry buddy I live for stats I looked up the stats for the two years he played for Denver. If I looked up what he did in Newyork it would columns with zeros all the way across. You obviously don’t know much about football or you’d know Denver did make the playoffs this year.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000675816907 Howard Meredith

            nope what you looked up was last yr when he didnt play that much and hey get over your self tebow can beat any qb you put him in there with even manning he already showed that he took them to the playoff and manning couldnt lol no your roll and shut your mouth

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000675816907 Howard Meredith

            nope what you looked up was last yr when he didnt play that much and hey get over your self tebow can beat any qb you put him in there with even manning he already showed that he took them to the playoff and manning couldnt lol no your roll and shut your mouth

          • knowtheledge

            The stats came from the two years he did play.

          • knowtheledge

            The stats came from the two years he did play.

          • Chris Weber

            You can’t
            get favorable passer ratings while sitting on the bench! …..Hello!

          • Chris Weber

            You can’t
            get favorable passer ratings while sitting on the bench! …..Hello!

          • http://www.facebook.com/ray1929 Ray M Smith

            cam newton…play offs zero!

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000675816907 Howard Meredith

            just to tell you .. you may better go back and look your crap back up because the yr he took the donkeys to the play off tebow was higher then cam . cam couldnt get any passes that yr so before you run your mouth look it up and yes last yr cam beat tebow just because the jets will not let him play so know your facts before you get on here and lie and just to let you know tebow broke all elways record with the donkeys as a rooke

          • knowtheledge

            In 2011 Tebow completed 46.5% of his passes while Newton completed 60% of his. Tebow threw for 1700 yards Newton for 4000. Tebow had a 72.9 QB rating Newton an 84.5. I don’t even know why I took the time to answer 8-/

          • knowtheledge

            In 2011 Tebow completed 46.5% of his passes while Newton completed 60% of his. Tebow threw for 1700 yards Newton for 4000. Tebow had a 72.9 QB rating Newton an 84.5. I don’t even know why I took the time to answer 8-/

          • knowtheledge

            In 2011 Tebow completed 46.5% of his passes while Newton completed 60% of his. Tebow threw for 1700 yards Newton for 4000. Tebow had a 72.9 QB rating Newton an 84.5. I don’t even know why I took the time to answer 8-/

          • knowtheledge

            In 2011 Tebow completed 46.5% of his passes while Newton completed 60% of his. Tebow threw for 1700 yards Newton for 4000. Tebow had a 72.9 QB rating Newton an 84.5. I don’t even know why I took the time to answer 8-/

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000675816907 Howard Meredith

            just to tell you .. you may better go back and look your crap back up because the yr he took the donkeys to the play off tebow was higher then cam . cam couldnt get any passes that yr so before you run your mouth look it up and yes last yr cam beat tebow just because the jets will not let him play so know your facts before you get on here and lie and just to let you know tebow broke all elways record with the donkeys as a rooke

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000675816907 Howard Meredith

            just to tell you .. you may better go back and look your crap back up because the yr he took the donkeys to the play off tebow was higher then cam . cam couldnt get any passes that yr so before you run your mouth look it up and yes last yr cam beat tebow just because the jets will not let him play so know your facts before you get on here and lie and just to let you know tebow broke all elways record with the donkeys as a rooke

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000675816907 Howard Meredith

            just to tell you .. you may better go back and look your crap back up because the yr he took the donkeys to the play off tebow was higher then cam . cam couldnt get any passes that yr so before you run your mouth look it up and yes last yr cam beat tebow just because the jets will not let him play so know your facts before you get on here and lie and just to let you know tebow broke all elways record with the donkeys as a rooke

          • The Doc

            And Tebow took Denver to the play-offs

          • The Doc

            And Tebow took Denver to the play-offs

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Right, because the defense keeping the other team’s score low had ZERO to do with it, right?

            The way you all talk, no one needs to be on the field except for Tebow since he obviously won every last game all by himself without any help whatsoever from any of his worthless pathetic teammates who didn’t do one thing to assist him at any point in any single game.

            Get over yourself.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Right, because the defense keeping the other team’s score low had ZERO to do with it, right?

            The way you all talk, no one needs to be on the field except for Tebow since he obviously won every last game all by himself without any help whatsoever from any of his worthless pathetic teammates who didn’t do one thing to assist him at any point in any single game.

            Get over yourself.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Right, because the defense keeping the other team’s score low had ZERO to do with it, right?

            The way you all talk, no one needs to be on the field except for Tebow since he obviously won every last game all by himself without any help whatsoever from any of his worthless pathetic teammates who didn’t do one thing to assist him at any point in any single game.

            Get over yourself.

          • Jackson Mayhew

            Right, because the defense keeping the other team’s score low had ZERO to do with it, right?

            The way you all talk, no one needs to be on the field except for Tebow since he obviously won every last game all by himself without any help whatsoever from any of his worthless pathetic teammates who didn’t do one thing to assist him at any point in any single game.

            Get over yourself.

          • forgotten boy

            Tebow is simply not good enough. There’s many examples of great college football players who just couldn’t make it in the NFL. He’s kinda like ‘Rudy’, a hard worker, determined to work out, but yet somehow lacking. Rudy lacked size and speed. Tebow lacks the mechanics to be a good NFL QB. He’s not all that accurate, tends to want to run instead of pass, which is a recipe for getting hurt. Why would any NFL coach try to restructure an offense towards his strength, knowing that any time he takes off, he could get hurt, and now that team is screwed, the offense, trained to a wildcat-style game, has to go back to a more traditional offense? And to beat a Tebow, you simply run the score up and never let up, while he chucks balls in the direction of his receivers, so when he finally gets hot in the 4th quarter, there’s not enough time for a comeback.

          • forgotten boy

            Tebow is simply not good enough. There’s many examples of great college football players who just couldn’t make it in the NFL. He’s kinda like ‘Rudy’, a hard worker, determined to work out, but yet somehow lacking. Rudy lacked size and speed. Tebow lacks the mechanics to be a good NFL QB. He’s not all that accurate, tends to want to run instead of pass, which is a recipe for getting hurt. Why would any NFL coach try to restructure an offense towards his strength, knowing that any time he takes off, he could get hurt, and now that team is screwed, the offense, trained to a wildcat-style game, has to go back to a more traditional offense? And to beat a Tebow, you simply run the score up and never let up, while he chucks balls in the direction of his receivers, so when he finally gets hot in the 4th quarter, there’s not enough time for a comeback.

          • forgotten boy

            Tebow is simply not good enough. There’s many examples of great college football players who just couldn’t make it in the NFL. He’s kinda like ‘Rudy’, a hard worker, determined to work out, but yet somehow lacking. Rudy lacked size and speed. Tebow lacks the mechanics to be a good NFL QB. He’s not all that accurate, tends to want to run instead of pass, which is a recipe for getting hurt. Why would any NFL coach try to restructure an offense towards his strength, knowing that any time he takes off, he could get hurt, and now that team is screwed, the offense, trained to a wildcat-style game, has to go back to a more traditional offense? And to beat a Tebow, you simply run the score up and never let up, while he chucks balls in the direction of his receivers, so when he finally gets hot in the 4th quarter, there’s not enough time for a comeback.

          • knowtheledge

            You obviously missed the comment where Mr.x stated Tebow took denver to the playoffs and the asked me what the other players I listed accomplished. My answer is above. You are welcome for the play by play and color commentation.

          • knowtheledge

            You obviously missed the comment where Mr.x stated Tebow took denver to the playoffs and the asked me what the other players I listed accomplished. My answer is above. You are welcome for the play by play and color commentation.

          • knowtheledge

            You obviously missed the comment where Mr.x stated Tebow took denver to the playoffs and the asked me what the other players I listed accomplished. My answer is above. You are welcome for the play by play and color commentation.

          • The Doc

            And Tebow took Denver to the play-offs

          • The Doc

            And Tebow took Denver to the play-offs

          • NS

            Remember, they don’t like nor do they believe facts!

          • NS

            Remember, they don’t like nor do they believe facts!

        • knowtheledge

          Passing pct
          Aaron Rogers . . 67.2
          RGIII. . . 65.6
          Russ Wilson. . . 64.1
          Cam Newton. . . 57.5

          Tebow. . . 47.9

          Sorry he is not even in the ballpark. Admire him for off the field actions, but on the field not so much.

        • knowtheledge

          Passing pct
          Aaron Rogers . . 67.2
          RGIII. . . 65.6
          Russ Wilson. . . 64.1
          Cam Newton. . . 57.5

          Tebow. . . 47.9

          Sorry he is not even in the ballpark. Admire him for off the field actions, but on the field not so much.

        • knowtheledge

          Passing pct
          Aaron Rogers . . 67.2
          RGIII. . . 65.6
          Russ Wilson. . . 64.1
          Cam Newton. . . 57.5

          Tebow. . . 47.9

          Sorry he is not even in the ballpark. Admire him for off the field actions, but on the field not so much.

        • Reconnector

          He sucks, chokes, can’t follow directions and the people WHO Matter DON”T LIKE HIM !!! HE is done ! good ! He should be at church on sunday were he goes over well !

          • God is an alien

            Papa was a rolin’ stone

            Testify Papa.

          • OnStar

            Right on knowtheledge. Tebow is being “blackballed” because he’s not a very good NFL QB. He’s a below average QB. I think he’s a great guy and a hell of an athlete, but an NFL QB he is not.

          • OnStar

            Right on knowtheledge. Tebow is being “blackballed” because he’s not a very good NFL QB. He’s a below average QB. I think he’s a great guy and a hell of an athlete, but an NFL QB he is not.

          • OnStar

            Right on knowtheledge. Tebow is being “blackballed” because he’s not a very good NFL QB. He’s a below average QB. I think he’s a great guy and a hell of an athlete, but an NFL QB he is not.

          • OnStar

            Right on knowtheledge. Tebow is being “blackballed” because he’s not a very good NFL QB. He’s a below average QB. I think he’s a great guy and a hell of an athlete, but an NFL QB he is not.

          • God is an alien

            Papa was a rolin’ stone

            Testify Papa.

          • God is an alien

            Papa was a rolin’ stone

            Testify Papa.

          • God is an alien

            Papa was a rolin’ stone

            Testify Papa.

        • Reconnector

          He sucks, chokes, can’t follow directions and the people WHO Matter DON”T LIKE HIM !!! HE is done ! good ! He should be at church on sunday were he goes over well !

        • Reconnector

          He sucks, chokes, can’t follow directions and the people WHO Matter DON”T LIKE HIM !!! HE is done ! good ! He should be at church on sunday were he goes over well !

        • Reconnector

          He sucks, chokes, can’t follow directions and the people WHO Matter DON”T LIKE HIM !!! HE is done ! good ! He should be at church on sunday were he goes over well !

        • Jim Walsh

          Sorry but does a QB not have to have a high completion rate of the throws he makes. A QB gets paid to complete passes more than running thats what god made running backs for.

        • Jim Walsh

          Sorry but does a QB not have to have a high completion rate of the throws he makes. A QB gets paid to complete passes more than running thats what god made running backs for.

        • Jim Walsh

          Sorry but does a QB not have to have a high completion rate of the throws he makes. A QB gets paid to complete passes more than running thats what god made running backs for.

        • Jim Walsh

          Sorry but does a QB not have to have a high completion rate of the throws he makes. A QB gets paid to complete passes more than running thats what god made running backs for.

      • History1

        Neither can half of the new “mobile” QBs in the league. He doesn’t need to be a 90% completion passer if he can run around folks and make the high percentage passes of 10-15 yards.

      • O

        did you read the article? his point is he could out play just about any
        backup and could start on half the teams whose QBs suck but they
        get a pass because they aren’t tebow….get a clue

        • knowtheledge

          His completion pct is six points worse than the worst starter in the league so, no he could not start on half the teams. If you can’t hit 50% of your throws you won’t find the field. He hits 47.9% The next worse which is horrible within itself is 53.9%. I will grant him that his career stats are better than last year stats of two starters because he can run and doesn’t throw a lot of interceptions. Those two are QB’s Mark sanchez and Matt Cassell, but both of whom find themselves jobless after those fiascos of a year.

          • O

            if you are going to knit pick over a few %pts fine….but the fact is
            he is light years better in every other category that matters in a QB, like leadership skills, avoiding a rush, rushing, etc…so if you are a GM you would rather have say a Skelton or Quinn running your O, get real….He also led the league in late 4th Q % not that
            it matters to the Haters….Bottom line is everyone says he cant win but he always does more so than the rest of the people who
            “can throw” in your world.

          • O

            if you are going to knit pick over a few %pts fine….but the fact is
            he is light years better in every other category that matters in a QB, like leadership skills, avoiding a rush, rushing, etc…so if you are a GM you would rather have say a Skelton or Quinn running your O, get real….He also led the league in late 4th Q % not that
            it matters to the Haters….Bottom line is everyone says he cant win but he always does more so than the rest of the people who
            “can throw” in your world.

          • Ted

            O lame excuses are coming from you too. Skelton and Quinn are backups and only been backups. Tebow could maybe start for 3 or 4 teams that is it. Results would be the same however, if not worse. I guarantee not better. You can call me a hater but Ill call you a sheep. Do you know anything about football or do you ignore all talk on Tebow and only go by one year of his record. There are many QBs as bad as he is won a playoff game so that argument is lame.

          • o

            did you guarantee he would suck against the best defense
            in the league on the biggest stage in his playoff win?

          • o

            did you guarantee he would suck against the best defense
            in the league on the biggest stage in his playoff win?

          • o

            did you guarantee he would suck against the best defense
            in the league on the biggest stage in his playoff win?

          • jim b

            wow. only completely sane intelligent post ive read so far. you are spot on. he’s good enough to maybe start for a couple of teams if you intall an offense suited to him.

          • jim b

            wow. only completely sane intelligent post ive read so far. you are spot on. he’s good enough to maybe start for a couple of teams if you intall an offense suited to him.

          • jim b

            wow. only completely sane intelligent post ive read so far. you are spot on. he’s good enough to maybe start for a couple of teams if you intall an offense suited to him.

          • jim b

            wow. only completely sane intelligent post ive read so far. you are spot on. he’s good enough to maybe start for a couple of teams if you intall an offense suited to him.

          • Ted

            O lame excuses are coming from you too. Skelton and Quinn are backups and only been backups. Tebow could maybe start for 3 or 4 teams that is it. Results would be the same however, if not worse. I guarantee not better. You can call me a hater but Ill call you a sheep. Do you know anything about football or do you ignore all talk on Tebow and only go by one year of his record. There are many QBs as bad as he is won a playoff game so that argument is lame.

          • Ted

            O lame excuses are coming from you too. Skelton and Quinn are backups and only been backups. Tebow could maybe start for 3 or 4 teams that is it. Results would be the same however, if not worse. I guarantee not better. You can call me a hater but Ill call you a sheep. Do you know anything about football or do you ignore all talk on Tebow and only go by one year of his record. There are many QBs as bad as he is won a playoff game so that argument is lame.

          • knowtheledge

            A few pct points worse than the second worst, not comparing him to the best, that would be 21 pct points. Also per year on average 20 fewer touchdowns, and 2000 fewer yards passing. Comparing him to the best would be like piling on. I like him, but the truth is he is not a good QB.

            BTW Skelton and Quinn are in the same position as Tebow, hoping to hold on somewhere as the third string QB

          • knowtheledge

            A few pct points worse than the second worst, not comparing him to the best, that would be 21 pct points. Also per year on average 20 fewer touchdowns, and 2000 fewer yards passing. Comparing him to the best would be like piling on. I like him, but the truth is he is not a good QB.

            BTW Skelton and Quinn are in the same position as Tebow, hoping to hold on somewhere as the third string QB

          • o

            appreciate your rational thought on the matter. I really think
            with all the crap that goes on in the football world the NFL is
            much better with him in it, especially if he can help a team.
            but there are to many spineless/stupid GMs.

          • o

            appreciate your rational thought on the matter. I really think
            with all the crap that goes on in the football world the NFL is
            much better with him in it, especially if he can help a team.
            but there are to many spineless/stupid GMs.

          • o

            appreciate your rational thought on the matter. I really think
            with all the crap that goes on in the football world the NFL is
            much better with him in it, especially if he can help a team.
            but there are to many spineless/stupid GMs.

          • knowtheledge

            A few pct points worse than the second worst, not comparing him to the best, that would be 21 pct points. Also per year on average 20 fewer touchdowns, and 2000 fewer yards passing. Comparing him to the best would be like piling on. I like him, but the truth is he is not a good QB.

            BTW Skelton and Quinn are in the same position as Tebow, hoping to hold on somewhere as the third string QB

          • knowtheledge

            A few pct points worse than the second worst, not comparing him to the best, that would be 21 pct points. Also per year on average 20 fewer touchdowns, and 2000 fewer yards passing. Comparing him to the best would be like piling on. I like him, but the truth is he is not a good QB.

            BTW Skelton and Quinn are in the same position as Tebow, hoping to hold on somewhere as the third string QB

          • BroncoB

            That is the point. No GM’s want him

          • o

            no GMs want people in the stands and their team to be
            relevant….go figure

          • o

            no GMs want people in the stands and their team to be
            relevant….go figure

          • BroncoB

            That is the point. No GM’s want him

          • BroncoB

            That is the point. No GM’s want him

          • BroncoB

            That is the point. No GM’s want him

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000675816907 Howard Meredith

            all of them haters are mad because they cant play ball and he took the donkeys to the play off and everybody wanted tebow to loose but he show them up … i really dont care if they hate him or love him he is a damm good player and when they hate him it just makes tebow show there ass up

          • O

            if you are going to knit pick over a few %pts fine….but the fact is
            he is light years better in every other category that matters in a QB, like leadership skills, avoiding a rush, rushing, etc…so if you are a GM you would rather have say a Skelton or Quinn running your O, get real….He also led the league in late 4th Q % not that
            it matters to the Haters….Bottom line is everyone says he cant win but he always does more so than the rest of the people who
            “can throw” in your world.

          • O

            if you are going to knit pick over a few %pts fine….but the fact is
            he is light years better in every other category that matters in a QB, like leadership skills, avoiding a rush, rushing, etc…so if you are a GM you would rather have say a Skelton or Quinn running your O, get real….He also led the league in late 4th Q % not that
            it matters to the Haters….Bottom line is everyone says he cant win but he always does more so than the rest of the people who
            “can throw” in your world.

        • knowtheledge

          His completion pct is six points worse than the worst starter in the league so, no he could not start on half the teams. If you can’t hit 50% of your throws you won’t find the field. He hits 47.9% The next worse which is horrible within itself is 53.9%. I will grant him that his career stats are better than last year stats of two starters because he can run and doesn’t throw a lot of interceptions. Those two are QB’s Mark sanchez and Matt Cassell, but both of whom find themselves jobless after those fiascos of a year.

        • knowtheledge

          His completion pct is six points worse than the worst starter in the league so, no he could not start on half the teams. If you can’t hit 50% of your throws you won’t find the field. He hits 47.9% The next worse which is horrible within itself is 53.9%. I will grant him that his career stats are better than last year stats of two starters because he can run and doesn’t throw a lot of interceptions. Those two are QB’s Mark sanchez and Matt Cassell, but both of whom find themselves jobless after those fiascos of a year.

        • Jackson Mayhew

          And yet no team wants him. Even teams with QB issues don’t want him.

          Are you offering yourself as a better expert than them?

          What exactly are *your* coaching credentials again?????

        • Jackson Mayhew

          And yet no team wants him. Even teams with QB issues don’t want him.

          Are you offering yourself as a better expert than them?

          What exactly are *your* coaching credentials again?????

        • Jackson Mayhew

          And yet no team wants him. Even teams with QB issues don’t want him.

          Are you offering yourself as a better expert than them?

          What exactly are *your* coaching credentials again?????

        • Jackson Mayhew

          And yet no team wants him. Even teams with QB issues don’t want him.

          Are you offering yourself as a better expert than them?

          What exactly are *your* coaching credentials again?????

      • O

        did you read the article? his point is he could out play just about any
        backup and could start on half the teams whose QBs suck but they
        get a pass because they aren’t tebow….get a clue

      • O

        did you read the article? his point is he could out play just about any
        backup and could start on half the teams whose QBs suck but they
        get a pass because they aren’t tebow….get a clue

      • kev in Texas

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzN7WDtcem4

        Complete 6 of 7 this season.. and the one that was incomplete was a bomb against the texans that hit the guy right in the hands…

      • kev in Texas

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzN7WDtcem4

        Complete 6 of 7 this season.. and the one that was incomplete was a bomb against the texans that hit the guy right in the hands…

      • Ibme Jones

        guess you missed the pass that beat pittsburg —
        you stupid twit–and stupid can’t be fixed

        • Jim Walsh

          Jones speaking of stupid, its Pittsburgh not Pittsburg

        • Jim Walsh

          Jones speaking of stupid, its Pittsburgh not Pittsburg

        • Jim Walsh

          Jones speaking of stupid, its Pittsburgh not Pittsburg

        • Jim Walsh

          Jones speaking of stupid, its Pittsburgh not Pittsburg

        • knowtheledge

          Great, he completed a pass. Now if we could get him to complete 60% of them instead of 47% we could find him a team.

        • knowtheledge

          Great, he completed a pass. Now if we could get him to complete 60% of them instead of 47% we could find him a team.

        • knowtheledge

          Great, he completed a pass. Now if we could get him to complete 60% of them instead of 47% we could find him a team.

        • knowtheledge

          Great, he completed a pass. Now if we could get him to complete 60% of them instead of 47% we could find him a team.

      • Ibme Jones

        guess you missed the pass that beat pittsburg —
        you stupid twit–and stupid can’t be fixed

    • knowtheledge

      Tebow can’t throw! The position is quarterback and about 50% of the time you are required to actually throw the ball.

    • knowtheledge

      Tebow can’t throw! The position is quarterback and about 50% of the time you are required to actually throw the ball.

    • Stephen Michael W

      I can only imagine the hate that goes through your bones daily in which you blame the liberal media…Tebow had a good run, but stinks at throwing the ball. While he can be the nicest guy in the world, if you can’t pass you’re not going to get paid.

    • Stephen Michael W

      I can only imagine the hate that goes through your bones daily in which you blame the liberal media…Tebow had a good run, but stinks at throwing the ball. While he can be the nicest guy in the world, if you can’t pass you’re not going to get paid.

    • Stephen Michael W

      I can only imagine the hate that goes through your bones daily in which you blame the liberal media…Tebow had a good run, but stinks at throwing the ball. While he can be the nicest guy in the world, if you can’t pass you’re not going to get paid.

    • Stephen Michael W

      I can only imagine the hate that goes through your bones daily in which you blame the liberal media…Tebow had a good run, but stinks at throwing the ball. While he can be the nicest guy in the world, if you can’t pass you’re not going to get paid.

    • History1

      Agree, Tim is a good player (multi-heismann’s and national championships-NFL playoff QB) and a good guy. Wish there were many more like him in NFL.

      • Adamfree

        I have to agree. I saw a great Documentary on Tebow, “On A Mission”, and in it there is some footage of Tebow as a high school QB getting his leg broke in a play and then next play runs 18 yards into the endzone. I think he deserves a real chance. I’m not so wild on some of the stuff he is about but SO WHAT, he is a dayum fine QB and as a Steeler fan I know he knows how to win

      • Adamfree

        I have to agree. I saw a great Documentary on Tebow, “On A Mission”, and in it there is some footage of Tebow as a high school QB getting his leg broke in a play and then next play runs 18 yards into the endzone. I think he deserves a real chance. I’m not so wild on some of the stuff he is about but SO WHAT, he is a dayum fine QB and as a Steeler fan I know he knows how to win

      • Adamfree

        I have to agree. I saw a great Documentary on Tebow, “On A Mission”, and in it there is some footage of Tebow as a high school QB getting his leg broke in a play and then next play runs 18 yards into the endzone. I think he deserves a real chance. I’m not so wild on some of the stuff he is about but SO WHAT, he is a dayum fine QB and as a Steeler fan I know he knows how to win

      • Adamfree

        I have to agree. I saw a great Documentary on Tebow, “On A Mission”, and in it there is some footage of Tebow as a high school QB getting his leg broke in a play and then next play runs 18 yards into the endzone. I think he deserves a real chance. I’m not so wild on some of the stuff he is about but SO WHAT, he is a dayum fine QB and as a Steeler fan I know he knows how to win

      • Me

        There has only been 1 player ever to win more than 1 Heisman Trophy,. Agree with your comment.

        • jim b

          tebow did not win 2 heisman trophies

          • Amanda

            have you won a heisman? if not, why are you complaining that Tebow only won one?

          • Northpaw

            “have you won a heisman? if not, why are you complaining that Tebow only won one?”

            Reminds me that Marie Curie received two Nobel Peace Prizes Archbishop Desmond Tutu received just one, I think they should give two to Tutu too.

          • Northpaw

            “have you won a heisman? if not, why are you complaining that Tebow only won one?”

            Reminds me that Marie Curie received two Nobel Peace Prizes Archbishop Desmond Tutu received just one, I think they should give two to Tutu too.

          • Northpaw

            “have you won a heisman? if not, why are you complaining that Tebow only won one?”

            Reminds me that Marie Curie received two Nobel Peace Prizes Archbishop Desmond Tutu received just one, I think they should give two to Tutu too.

          • Steve Berger

            That and buck you can buy some mediocre coffee at McDonalds. Heisman trophy wins to do not ensure success at the NFL level. Big Whoop!

        • jim b

          tebow did not win 2 heisman trophies

        • jim b

          tebow did not win 2 heisman trophies

        • Jim Walsh

          Archie Griffith back in the 70’s Ohio State won consecutive years

          • Peach314

            And he didn’t POSE through the game; for all his talk, Tebow chose big $$$$ over service to God, when the choice was in front of him.

          • Peach314

            And he didn’t POSE through the game; for all his talk, Tebow chose big $$$$ over service to God, when the choice was in front of him.

          • Peach314

            And he didn’t POSE through the game; for all his talk, Tebow chose big $$$$ over service to God, when the choice was in front of him.

          • Peach314

            And he didn’t POSE through the game; for all his talk, Tebow chose big $$$$ over service to God, when the choice was in front of him.

      • Me

        There has only been 1 player ever to win more than 1 Heisman Trophy,. Agree with your comment.

      • Me

        There has only been 1 player ever to win more than 1 Heisman Trophy,. Agree with your comment.

      • Me

        There has only been 1 player ever to win more than 1 Heisman Trophy,. Agree with your comment.

      • jim b

        only 1 heisman

        • Benji Futrell

          one of the few to be invited to the ceremony 3 times and should have won it twice.

        • Benji Futrell

          one of the few to be invited to the ceremony 3 times and should have won it twice.

        • crownegro2003@yahoo.com

          … and you have how many?

      • jim b

        only 1 heisman

      • jim b

        only 1 heisman

      • jim b

        only 1 heisman

    • History1

      Agree, Tim is a good player (multi-heismann’s and national championships-NFL playoff QB) and a good guy. Wish there were many more like him in NFL.

    • History1

      Agree, Tim is a good player (multi-heismann’s and national championships-NFL playoff QB) and a good guy. Wish there were many more like him in NFL.

    • History1

      Agree, Tim is a good player (multi-heismann’s and national championships-NFL playoff QB) and a good guy. Wish there were many more like him in NFL.

    • sam

      Nice to see views that agree with mine.

    • sam

      Nice to see views that agree with mine.

      • sal

        but he can win and the nfl is about winning not passing

      • sal

        but he can win and the nfl is about winning not passing

      • sal

        but he can win and the nfl is about winning not passing

      • sal

        but he can win and the nfl is about winning not passing

    • sam

      Nice to see views that agree with mine.

    • sam

      Nice to see views that agree with mine.

    • Glenn

      What the h*&$+L has this have to do with Politics ?

      • Jim Walsh

        Well as far as I think not a thing, but it is those people who think that the media is in a conspiracy against Tebow keep bringing up the liberal bias against Tebow I just don’t see it

    • God is an alien

      @AVATAR WTF DOES POLITICS HAVE TO DO WITH THIS? You are absolutely pathetic. If Tebow would just keep his mouth shut (no one, except other ignorant religious maniacs, cares about the joke that is God) and concentrate on improving his game he might be playing.

    • God is an alien

      @AVATAR WTF DOES POLITICS HAVE TO DO WITH THIS? You are absolutely pathetic. If Tebow would just keep his mouth shut (no one, except other ignorant religious maniacs, cares about the joke that is God) and concentrate on improving his game he might be playing.

    • Ole Dave

      yeah, it’s the evil liberal media. What a fool thing to keep repeating.

    • Ole Dave

      yeah, it’s the evil liberal media. What a fool thing to keep repeating.

    • Ole Dave

      yeah, it’s the evil liberal media. What a fool thing to keep repeating.

    • Ole Dave

      yeah, it’s the evil liberal media. What a fool thing to keep repeating.

    • b

      It not the liberal media. Its the market. New York has always leaned to its Broadway Joes and the such. Tebow would probably be readily accepted in either Jacksonville or Charlotte. He may not fit with either team, but both markets would be more in line with his belief structure.

    • b

      It not the liberal media. Its the market. New York has always leaned to its Broadway Joes and the such. Tebow would probably be readily accepted in either Jacksonville or Charlotte. He may not fit with either team, but both markets would be more in line with his belief structure.

    • b

      It not the liberal media. Its the market. New York has always leaned to its Broadway Joes and the such. Tebow would probably be readily accepted in either Jacksonville or Charlotte. He may not fit with either team, but both markets would be more in line with his belief structure.

    • DD4D

      Grinner, while the article is spot-on, I call into question your “analysis”. I’m in NY. I was a Jet fan … until years of hating Rex Ryan (and one year of seeing Tebow mishandled egregiously) have now pushed me into the NYG corner. The “liberal” media that you lambaste is the same media that covered Tebow – not only because of his being a Christian, but because of his behavior. And I don’t mean this as an insult, because most of the things I read about Tebow (other than via the pundits who bash him on ESPN) had to do with the great charitable strides he makes. If someone really loathes Tebow because he is Christian, so be it. But the majority simply dislike him because of all the attention he gets. ENVY!

    • DD4D

      Grinner, while the article is spot-on, I call into question your “analysis”. I’m in NY. I was a Jet fan … until years of hating Rex Ryan (and one year of seeing Tebow mishandled egregiously) have now pushed me into the NYG corner. The “liberal” media that you lambaste is the same media that covered Tebow – not only because of his being a Christian, but because of his behavior. And I don’t mean this as an insult, because most of the things I read about Tebow (other than via the pundits who bash him on ESPN) had to do with the great charitable strides he makes. If someone really loathes Tebow because he is Christian, so be it. But the majority simply dislike him because of all the attention he gets. ENVY!

    • DD4D

      Grinner, while the article is spot-on, I call into question your “analysis”. I’m in NY. I was a Jet fan … until years of hating Rex Ryan (and one year of seeing Tebow mishandled egregiously) have now pushed me into the NYG corner. The “liberal” media that you lambaste is the same media that covered Tebow – not only because of his being a Christian, but because of his behavior. And I don’t mean this as an insult, because most of the things I read about Tebow (other than via the pundits who bash him on ESPN) had to do with the great charitable strides he makes. If someone really loathes Tebow because he is Christian, so be it. But the majority simply dislike him because of all the attention he gets. ENVY!

    • DD4D

      Grinner, while the article is spot-on, I call into question your “analysis”. I’m in NY. I was a Jet fan … until years of hating Rex Ryan (and one year of seeing Tebow mishandled egregiously) have now pushed me into the NYG corner. The “liberal” media that you lambaste is the same media that covered Tebow – not only because of his being a Christian, but because of his behavior. And I don’t mean this as an insult, because most of the things I read about Tebow (other than via the pundits who bash him on ESPN) had to do with the great charitable strides he makes. If someone really loathes Tebow because he is Christian, so be it. But the majority simply dislike him because of all the attention he gets. ENVY!

    • matt

      Jacksonville doesn’t want him and it has nothing to do with being a blue or red state. He doesn’t have the talent to play QB in the NFL.

    • matt

      Jacksonville doesn’t want him and it has nothing to do with being a blue or red state. He doesn’t have the talent to play QB in the NFL.

  • felix774

    Hes not a gangbanging thug.

    • mangledinal

      felix774, You have never said anything truer! He is NOT a gangbanging thug! Or a glory hound. I don’t think he has a rotten bone in his body. We do need more like him.

      • OBomb

        You’re making him out to be Jesus. There was only one Jesus, and his name was not Tim Tebow.

        • moomoo

          Obomb… You seem to be getting all your comments from out in left field. Do you even know what the subject of this blog happens to be? No one is making Tebow out to be Jesus, and I’m pretty sure you know that much.

        • moomoo

          Obomb… You seem to be getting all your comments from out in left field. Do you even know what the subject of this blog happens to be? No one is making Tebow out to be Jesus, and I’m pretty sure you know that much.

        • moomoo

          Obomb… You seem to be getting all your comments from out in left field. Do you even know what the subject of this blog happens to be? No one is making Tebow out to be Jesus, and I’m pretty sure you know that much.

        • moomoo

          Obomb… You seem to be getting all your comments from out in left field. Do you even know what the subject of this blog happens to be? No one is making Tebow out to be Jesus, and I’m pretty sure you know that much.

        • kfe

          @OBomb:disqus I dont think anyone is trying to make Tebow out to be Jesus, I think people/ and Christians are just happy to see someone who is a celebrity represent his faith in Jesus/Christianity, without being afraid of the persecution. Many claim to be saved, but always compromise, like Tyler Perry, and so many others with cussing and etc. But, for once, someone famous, is someone that no one can really say anything about. And we feel sorry for him, because so many do evil, but he doing something good, and never even got a chance to play in the nfl for real. He got all those college positives, yet, he’s called a garbage football player, when he was made to come off the bench. Give anyone a chance, and they can get better. Is it about football, or is it about his faith that makes them not get a chance. This is supposed to be the land of the free. A gay man, gets praise, and a Christian gets criticized. totally backwards. They not making Tebow out to be Jesus, people was making Jason Collins out to be Jesus. Until he molest a boy, or rape a child… In this world, wrong is right, and right is wrong. I support anyone. Jason collins made his choice, and everyone supported, so I support Tim Tebow too. I support anyone, doing good. And I love those who do bad, but I dont support it. Its ok to love, and not agree with something. But, there is no reason not to support this brother. When you seen all the violence, murder, rape, molestation, dead beat dads and etc like I have and so many of us have, why not support someone who is actually standing for something positive… Thats all Im saying. I agree, anyone who is making anyone out to be Jesus is wrong, but I dont think thats what people are trying to do, its just sad, in this world the people we support, and those we dont.

        • kfe

          @OBomb:disqus I dont think anyone is trying to make Tebow out to be Jesus, I think people/ and Christians are just happy to see someone who is a celebrity represent his faith in Jesus/Christianity, without being afraid of the persecution. Many claim to be saved, but always compromise, like Tyler Perry, and so many others with cussing and etc. But, for once, someone famous, is someone that no one can really say anything about. And we feel sorry for him, because so many do evil, but he doing something good, and never even got a chance to play in the nfl for real. He got all those college positives, yet, he’s called a garbage football player, when he was made to come off the bench. Give anyone a chance, and they can get better. Is it about football, or is it about his faith that makes them not get a chance. This is supposed to be the land of the free. A gay man, gets praise, and a Christian gets criticized. totally backwards. They not making Tebow out to be Jesus, people was making Jason Collins out to be Jesus. Until he molest a boy, or rape a child… In this world, wrong is right, and right is wrong. I support anyone. Jason collins made his choice, and everyone supported, so I support Tim Tebow too. I support anyone, doing good. And I love those who do bad, but I dont support it. Its ok to love, and not agree with something. But, there is no reason not to support this brother. When you seen all the violence, murder, rape, molestation, dead beat dads and etc like I have and so many of us have, why not support someone who is actually standing for something positive… Thats all Im saying. I agree, anyone who is making anyone out to be Jesus is wrong, but I dont think thats what people are trying to do, its just sad, in this world the people we support, and those we dont.

        • http://www.facebook.com/Motetz Mj Villaruel

          By the way, the ultimate Goal/Desire of a True Christian or True Follower of JESUS CHRIST… Is to be “Just Like JESUS”… Tim Tebow is One of the Many Prime Example of that… GODSPEED… Tim Tebow… For Your True “Victory is in JESUS” My Brother…

        • http://www.facebook.com/Motetz Mj Villaruel

          By the way, the ultimate Goal/Desire of a True Christian or True Follower of JESUS CHRIST… Is to be “Just Like JESUS”… Tim Tebow is One of the Many Prime Example of that… GODSPEED… Tim Tebow… For Your True “Victory is in JESUS” My Brother…

        • Northpaw

          Tim Tebow is a servant to the most high God and His Son Jesus Christ nothing more. The hatred he generates is a direct consequence of his devotion.

        • Northpaw

          Tim Tebow is a servant to the most high God and His Son Jesus Christ nothing more. The hatred he generates is a direct consequence of his devotion.

        • Northpaw

          Tim Tebow is a servant to the most high God and His Son Jesus Christ nothing more. The hatred he generates is a direct consequence of his devotion.

      • OBomb

        You’re making him out to be Jesus. There was only one Jesus, and his name was not Tim Tebow.

      • OBomb

        You’re making him out to be Jesus. There was only one Jesus, and his name was not Tim Tebow.

      • Shadow

        Not a glory hound? EVERY article on NFL net used to have something about him. Not because of his greatness, but because of his luck and it drew in new, non-football watchers to the game and the site.

      • Shadow

        Not a glory hound? EVERY article on NFL net used to have something about him. Not because of his greatness, but because of his luck and it drew in new, non-football watchers to the game and the site.

      • Shadow

        Not a glory hound? EVERY article on NFL net used to have something about him. Not because of his greatness, but because of his luck and it drew in new, non-football watchers to the game and the site.

      • Jim Walsh

        I agree that he is a decent human and that we do need more of his kind, but he simply is not a good or even mediocre QB

      • Jim Walsh

        I agree that he is a decent human and that we do need more of his kind, but he simply is not a good or even mediocre QB

      • Jim Walsh

        I agree that he is a decent human and that we do need more of his kind, but he simply is not a good or even mediocre QB

      • Jim Walsh

        I agree that he is a decent human and that we do need more of his kind, but he simply is not a good or even mediocre QB

    • mangledinal

      felix774, You have never said anything truer! He is NOT a gangbanging thug! Or a glory hound. I don’t think he has a rotten bone in his body. We do need more like him.

    • mangledinal

      felix774, You have never said anything truer! He is NOT a gangbanging thug! Or a glory hound. I don’t think he has a rotten bone in his body. We do need more like him.

    • mangledinal

      felix774, You have never said anything truer! He is NOT a gangbanging thug! Or a glory hound. I don’t think he has a rotten bone in his body. We do need more like him.

    • Jim Walsh

      No and he’s not an NFL QB either

    • Jim Walsh

      No and he’s not an NFL QB either

    • Jim Walsh

      No and he’s not an NFL QB either

    • Jim Walsh

      No and he’s not an NFL QB either

  • dru_nettinger

    Just watched the “ButtFumble.” That is freaking hilarious. Are you kidding me?

    • Deepizzaguy

      The New Orleans Saints football that went won one game in 1980 look like Super Bowl contenders by comparison.

  • TrendyT

    The mass media has always been led by men that were far from God. Now we see it creeping down into the last vestibule of sanity – professional Sports. If you dare pray to God the media will hound you until you bend your ways towards Satan. But if you pray to a fake god the media will throw accolades at you. Does anyone see a resemblance here about being satanic in beliefs and praying to a fake god?

  • jay

    So I thought that Kirkwood was making up the tattoo thing. Nothing doing!!! Here it is. This guy is certifiably insane.

  • John Kirkwood

    My mother used to say that it’s safer to praise dead men because the ones still around are so prone to disappoint you. On the day that I write a column praising Tim Tebow, he bows to the homosexual thought police and throws the First Baptist Church of Dallas under the bus. Well, thanks for your kind words folks but this is a learning experience. The column still holds up as to his detractors but I’m disappointed that Tebow had all the convictions of Lot as he offered the men of Sodom his two daughters to pacify the Alphabet mafia, within. #facepalm

    • John Kirkwood
      • B. W. Wright

        Sorry, but this just further proves that media will do anything to degrade Tebow. He gave his reason for canceling and he does not lie. You can take that to the bank.

        • John Kirkwood

          He gave an excuse B.W. but that wasn’t a reason. His behavior aided in the slandering of a good man and a good church. I’ll be writing my next column on it.

          • B. W. Wright

            If I’m not mistaken, he and the pastor of the church worked that out. Why should we further question?

    • Grace

      Tebow did what?

    • CoachKaterina

      He did not bow to the thought police. I don’t know if you are a Christian or not, but if you are, then attacking Tim Tebow, judging him, throwing stones from your glass house, is not what Christian brothers and sisters do to each other. You have NO idea unless you have walked in Tim Tebow’s shoes what really happened. He did not throw the Dallas church under the bus. He chose not to speak there. He has to make decisions every day about where to go and speak. He will go where the spirit guides him to go.

      • John Kirkwood

        Katerina, I am a believer and a Pastor and he backed out. You didn’t read the Todd Starnes article did you? Would you make an excuse for Peter’s actions that Paul stood him down to the nose for? Would you make an excuse for John Mark who went home and left Paul and Barnabas hanging? I don’t condone hero worship and if you thought this column was an exercise in that then you lack discernment. As for what “Christian brothers and sisters” do and don’t do … you just judged me, a Christian brother. Try living by your own personal doctrines before you decry mine. Nice try.

        • Northpaw

          “The pastor says he spoke amiably with Tebow Wednesday
          night and all is well.

          Despite all this, the Christian news organization trumpets the “news” Tebow is a sellout, Tebow has capitulated to the forces of darkness, forsaking his supporters and catering to this critics. Really?

          This is the kind of thing that weakens the Body of Christ and hands our adversary a key weapon to wield against us. It is also the kind of thing that makes Christians look like clowns on occasion.

          First, the rush to judgment.

          Apparently the editor of the Christian news organization has information not available to either Tebow or the pastor involved. Either that, or he “discerns” in his wisdom that Tebow is, like Peter, denying Christ. According to Tebow and the pastor, neither conclusion is accurate.

          Since Tebow indicates a willingness to reschedule, and the pastor is willing to accommodate, it does not appear these men have a huge theological disagreement. And let’s keep in mind, Tebow has witnessed for Christ on the world stage like few ever will, and he has paid for it, dearly. Do you really think after all that he is willing to blow his witness by contradicting a central tenet of the faith? Of course not.”

          http://clashdaily.com/2013/02/has-tim-tebow-really-caved/

  • The Apostle Paul

    “Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution.” – 2Tim. 3:12

    It has always been this way for those who are real Christians.

    • OBomb

      And this is exactly why people are so sick of Tim Tebow. An overrated football player whose fans use his religious beliefs to promote him and put him on this pedestal. Tell me, Paul, do you even know what a first down is?

      • moomoo

        OBomb… You just proved the point of how the media turned on Tebow with a vengeance. Once they saw him bow on one knee and realized that he is a real Christian, the liberal media tried to cut him to pieces.
        Why are these left wing liberals so afraid of God? If he came out as gay Mr. Obama would be calling to congratulate him. What a world we are now living in, or should I say surviving in?

      • moomoo

        OBomb… You just proved the point of how the media turned on Tebow with a vengeance. Once they saw him bow on one knee and realized that he is a real Christian, the liberal media tried to cut him to pieces.
        Why are these left wing liberals so afraid of God? If he came out as gay Mr. Obama would be calling to congratulate him. What a world we are now living in, or should I say surviving in?

      • moomoo

        OBomb… You just proved the point of how the media turned on Tebow with a vengeance. Once they saw him bow on one knee and realized that he is a real Christian, the liberal media tried to cut him to pieces.
        Why are these left wing liberals so afraid of God? If he came out as gay Mr. Obama would be calling to congratulate him. What a world we are now living in, or should I say surviving in?

      • roxy

        Oh thank you! A voice of reason. I couldn’t agree more. I really became nauseous reading this article and the responses.

      • roxy

        Oh thank you! A voice of reason. I couldn’t agree more. I really became nauseous reading this article and the responses.

      • roxy

        Oh thank you! A voice of reason. I couldn’t agree more. I really became nauseous reading this article and the responses.

      • roxy

        Oh thank you! A voice of reason. I couldn’t agree more. I really became nauseous reading this article and the responses.

    • OBomb

      And this is exactly why people are so sick of Tim Tebow. An overrated football player whose fans use his religious beliefs to promote him and put him on this pedestal. Tell me, Paul, do you even know what a first down is?

  • Stage

    Great article, Parson. Even with Tebow’s fumble yesterday, he’s faced the nosferatii time and again. I hope he gets back in the saddle, with his worldview and his football career.

    • John Kirkwood

      I hope he repents and asks forgiveness. His behavior aided in the slandering of a good man and a great church. Put the kool-aid and the rose colored glasses down.

  • Mikey

    Tim Tebow is a fraud (imo). Any time people start flocking to an individual as though they are the Second Coming, there is a problem. Just look at those who flock around Obama.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bud-Risner/1757343513 Bud Risner

      it wasn’t because of his bowing to homo thought police it was probably because the church in dallas tried to throw Romney under the bus. Instead of putting Romney down this church should have been looking at the real EVIL and putting down obama. it is just as important to reject those who think they are doing good yet in reality are doing evil as it is to reject those who are proud of their evil doings.

      • John Kirkwood

        The pastor of that church supported Romney. You have bad information. Tebow did throw them under the bus. That Pastor is a good man and it’s a good church. Did you read Tebow’s comments? Does he sound morally courageous to you?

    • rangers53

      The name says it all, “Mikey”. You should go back to eating Cheerios!

  • Moby

    The price he pays for being a strong Christian.

  • Dwightmannn

    I think that Tebow has what it takes to be an influential member of any team, and of course he is a great role model for our youth. When I see some of the trash that plays this game, with unshorn locks, tattoos, and whatever, I see Tebow standing tall, arrayed in the finest mantle that can be donned.
    The truth of spirit and humanity. It is a thing that this country is in desperate need of. I will support Tebow in anything that he partakes of. . .

    • Dwightmannnsadouche

      Its amazing that having “unshorn locks” (like Jesus for example) and tattoos automatically qualifies a person as “trash”. Congrats on the absurd generalization. It shows distinctly your “truth of spirit and humanity”.

    • Dwightmannnsadouche

      Its amazing that having “unshorn locks” (like Jesus for example) and tattoos automatically qualifies a person as “trash”. Congrats on the absurd generalization. It shows distinctly your “truth of spirit and humanity”.

  • Dempseycoleman

    This is a crying shame. To think this can happen to an honest man.
    while some have NO shame upholding a KILLER in California and
    news arse wipes compair the KILLER to a Super Hero for this reason
    I am Ashamed of everyone in the main stream
    Media and especially the Network Sports Jerks.

    • Roan Badger

      When he was on the field, maybe he should of stomped on somebody’s head when they were laying on the field and then he would of gotten more playing time.

      • fearlesskris

        When he was on the field maybe he should have brought his winning game? Broncos fans…Jets fans…doesn’t matter, all they want it is a win. If it were entirely about a shared faith, the good people would show love to all the players who demonstrate and live their faith on and off the field. But you don’t see many of them on magazine covers, t.v. talk shows, or in photo spreads. Wonder why…they show their grace, the talk about how important faith in Jesus and God is to them, their families, and their game. But no love unless it’s the adorable, sparkly eyed, alabaster Tebow. Wonder why.

      • fearlesskris

        When he was on the field maybe he should have brought his winning game? Broncos fans…Jets fans…doesn’t matter, all they want it is a win. If it were entirely about a shared faith, the good people would show love to all the players who demonstrate and live their faith on and off the field. But you don’t see many of them on magazine covers, t.v. talk shows, or in photo spreads. Wonder why…they show their grace, the talk about how important faith in Jesus and God is to them, their families, and their game. But no love unless it’s the adorable, sparkly eyed, alabaster Tebow. Wonder why.

      • fearlesskris

        When he was on the field maybe he should have brought his winning game? Broncos fans…Jets fans…doesn’t matter, all they want it is a win. If it were entirely about a shared faith, the good people would show love to all the players who demonstrate and live their faith on and off the field. But you don’t see many of them on magazine covers, t.v. talk shows, or in photo spreads. Wonder why…they show their grace, the talk about how important faith in Jesus and God is to them, their families, and their game. But no love unless it’s the adorable, sparkly eyed, alabaster Tebow. Wonder why.

      • fearlesskris

        When he was on the field maybe he should have brought his winning game? Broncos fans…Jets fans…doesn’t matter, all they want it is a win. If it were entirely about a shared faith, the good people would show love to all the players who demonstrate and live their faith on and off the field. But you don’t see many of them on magazine covers, t.v. talk shows, or in photo spreads. Wonder why…they show their grace, the talk about how important faith in Jesus and God is to them, their families, and their game. But no love unless it’s the adorable, sparkly eyed, alabaster Tebow. Wonder why.

    • Roan Badger

      When he was on the field, maybe he should of stomped on somebody’s head when they were laying on the field and then he would of gotten more playing time.

    • Roan Badger

      When he was on the field, maybe he should of stomped on somebody’s head when they were laying on the field and then he would of gotten more playing time.

    • Roan Badger

      When he was on the field, maybe he should of stomped on somebody’s head when they were laying on the field and then he would of gotten more playing time.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Larry-Sparks/100000792793213 Larry Sparks

    The liberal media hates anybody that has moral values and Tebow has the platform to influence thousands and maybe millions of people. The only way the media can destroy Tebow is pure propganda and false statements. Tebow must have the strength and courage to withstand this discrimination from the media and NFL leadership which includes Roger Goodell.

  • Becky Scott

    Thank you for a great read. Made my morning. I don’t like football but I like Tebow. Read most of the article to my husband who loves football. You spiked the football on the Tebow critics.

    • toomuchsense

      Inform your husband that there is highschool football on Fridays, and college football on Saturday. Playing with the children on Sundays. The NFL and the NFL sports media has made their stance. What stance will we make?

    • TrueGrit

      Take a look at my tribute above to a very fine man and a good example of what Christian sportsmanship is all about. I also spiked the football on his critics but I also threw a bullet spiral in the mouths of every rotten damn atheist sports caster and media whore out there. The best always to Tim Tebow and his family and hell and damnation to the Godless lowlifes ,atheists,etc.

      • EW

        Actually those Godless lowlifes, atheists etc, are the ones that Jesus just might want to come and become their God.

        • TrueGrit

          That is only true to an certain extent,remember Jesus replyed t o his followers when confronting non believers to kick the dust from your heels.That means dont cast your pearls before swine which he also stated !!!

          • Jamie Metzger

            Jesus Rules and so does Tim Tebow!

          • Ted

            Jesus rules but you should not be putting Tebow on a pedestal like Jesus. I don’t think Tebow would appreciate that. Or did you forget all the Christian teachings.

          • God is an alien

            Jesus rules??? What is this a high school pep rally? You religious turds make me laugh, well that is except when you turn the other cheek when it comes to the crimes of the church perpetrated against little boys and entire groups of fellow human beings. God is simply and completely a figment of your little minds imagination.

          • God is an alien

            Jesus rules??? What is this a high school pep rally? You religious turds make me laugh, well that is except when you turn the other cheek when it comes to the crimes of the church perpetrated against little boys and entire groups of fellow human beings. God is simply and completely a figment of your little minds imagination.

          • Ted

            Jesus rules but you should not be putting Tebow on a pedestal like Jesus. I don’t think Tebow would appreciate that. Or did you forget all the Christian teachings.

          • Ted

            Jesus rules but you should not be putting Tebow on a pedestal like Jesus. I don’t think Tebow would appreciate that. Or did you forget all the Christian teachings.

          • Ted

            Jesus rules but you should not be putting Tebow on a pedestal like Jesus. I don’t think Tebow would appreciate that. Or did you forget all the Christian teachings.

          • Jamie Metzger

            Jesus Rules and so does Tim Tebow!

          • Jamie Metzger

            Jesus Rules and so does Tim Tebow!

          • Jamie Metzger

            Jesus Rules and so does Tim Tebow!

          • Grow up

            You’re such a good Christian for calling down Hell and damnation on atheists, etc. etc. Tebow can’t throw, he has the worst statistics out of anyone as a rookie quarterback, and all he managed to do was make an already semi-decent team, decent, when he was able to pass the ball. He isn’t some golden NFL boy, and his college style of playing does not work in the big league. No one hates him because of his religion, you Christians for all your talk of love hate more than enough people for the rest of us. Tebow is a decent guy I’m sure, but he isn’t a good quarterback.

          • Grow up

            You’re such a good Christian for calling down Hell and damnation on atheists, etc. etc. Tebow can’t throw, he has the worst statistics out of anyone as a rookie quarterback, and all he managed to do was make an already semi-decent team, decent, when he was able to pass the ball. He isn’t some golden NFL boy, and his college style of playing does not work in the big league. No one hates him because of his religion, you Christians for all your talk of love hate more than enough people for the rest of us. Tebow is a decent guy I’m sure, but he isn’t a good quarterback.

          • Grow up

            You’re such a good Christian for calling down Hell and damnation on atheists, etc. etc. Tebow can’t throw, he has the worst statistics out of anyone as a rookie quarterback, and all he managed to do was make an already semi-decent team, decent, when he was able to pass the ball. He isn’t some golden NFL boy, and his college style of playing does not work in the big league. No one hates him because of his religion, you Christians for all your talk of love hate more than enough people for the rest of us. Tebow is a decent guy I’m sure, but he isn’t a good quarterback.

          • Grow up

            You’re such a good Christian for calling down Hell and damnation on atheists, etc. etc. Tebow can’t throw, he has the worst statistics out of anyone as a rookie quarterback, and all he managed to do was make an already semi-decent team, decent, when he was able to pass the ball. He isn’t some golden NFL boy, and his college style of playing does not work in the big league. No one hates him because of his religion, you Christians for all your talk of love hate more than enough people for the rest of us. Tebow is a decent guy I’m sure, but he isn’t a good quarterback.

      • God is an alien

        @Truegrit the only true grit is the sand in your underwear. LMAO Hell and Damnation? Really? There is no God you ignorant bastard. You live in a fantasy world under the misguided belief that there is some how a God that gives a rats ass about you. LOL Such a moron.

      • God is an alien

        @Truegrit the only true grit is the sand in your underwear. LMAO Hell and Damnation? Really? There is no God you ignorant bastard. You live in a fantasy world under the misguided belief that there is some how a God that gives a rats ass about you. LOL Such a moron.

      • God is an alien

        @Truegrit the only true grit is the sand in your underwear. LMAO Hell and Damnation? Really? There is no God you ignorant bastard. You live in a fantasy world under the misguided belief that there is some how a God that gives a rats ass about you. LOL Such a moron.

    • Ted

      Becky are comment just proves my reasoning of all this love and hate on Tebow. You said it you know nothing on football but you choose to blindly follow Tebow because of his religion, your a SHEEP

      • Jim Walsh

        Ted I would venture to say that most if not all the people who profess to be Christians only support Tebow due to the fact that he is Christian

      • Jim Walsh

        Ted I would venture to say that most if not all the people who profess to be Christians only support Tebow due to the fact that he is Christian

      • Jim Walsh

        Ted I would venture to say that most if not all the people who profess to be Christians only support Tebow due to the fact that he is Christian

    • Jim Walsh

      Your husband can’t read?

    • Jim Walsh

      Your husband can’t read?

  • $39132868

    Tebow is a public, professing Christian, and a very good and truly decent, charming young man. For these crimes he must be punished.

  • Drifter007

    I guess “getting Tebow” says a lot for the state of our society and media. The one guy who is willing to put up with all of the crap coming his way is a standup Christian. He lives his beliefs and for that the media hates him. Get ready America–he will succeed despite the media. And for Tebow my admiration– and for the media my disgust.

  • B. W. Wright

    This is a good story and further proves that God is in control. And Tim Tebow knows this. He can forever hold his head high. It is also further proof that a lot of folks are simply scared of Christianity. And sadly, this will be to their demise. Tim Tebow will always shine in God’s eyes. He has proven himself very worthy. He will ultimately win wherever he goes. God Bless Tim Tebow.

  • yipyap

    Looks like Tim is worrying what the world thinks of him now…..Cowardly move on his part IMHO….http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/tim-tebow-cancels-appearance-controversial-dallas-church-155359044–nfl.html

    • toomuchsense

      Now yipyap, you calling the kettle black. That’s a riot.

      • yipyap

        I’m not the one backing out of the commitment….Why would Tebow back out is my question

        • toomuchsense

          yipyap, you just stated that you did not have the answer as to why Tebow would back out of this committment. Then in your previous comment you accused him of cowardess. My reply to you, would be to hold your powder dry before shooting off. That would be both the mature, and the decent thing to do. My second comment to you, woulc be, I doubt seriously that you could hold his jock strap.
          We have too many weenies out there, who live to knock others down. While they themself have little in the way of being proud of their examples in life.

  • http://twitter.com/gunslingr45 Doc

    I quit the NFL because they hire ref’s that refuse to use their red tipped canes to get around on the field.
    As for Tim, you can’t expect Lame Stream Media to sit by and do nothing while a great player bows before his God and give thanks because its NOT Obama. Its how they roll.

  • Walt

    This is one reason I don’t watch football. There are to many announcers that think that they are kingmakers and will do anything to try to prove it.

  • toomuchsense

    Complain, complain, complain. While ordering Sunday ticket and Red-Zone. Those that agree that the NFL has gone dark, and diss christianity, have an outlet. But it means finding another avenue of entertainment on Sunday and Monday/Thursday nites. But naw, that would take integrity.

  • Steven

    Great article

  • rangers53

    Great article. May God richly bless Tim Tebow for sticking to his faith and convictions. It’s obvious the NFL is uncomfortable with players of faith for fear they’ll lose the crowd that pays ridiculous ticket prices to see all the felons who draw millions in salary, can’t catch a pass or make a tackle and then complain because they don’t get a pass thrown to them. The NFL is great entertainment, but the NFL has it’s priorities in the wrong place; much like the politicians in this country.

  • TIGERPAWS

    THE MEDIA IN QUESTION ARE THE SAME ONES THAT THINK OBAMA IS PERFECT . ENOUGH SAID!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • darkcyder

    I used to hate Tebow too- as he decimated every college team I loved. The guy just wins. Then I loved him when I saw him do the same with the Broncos only to be replaced by a guy who is past his prime. Probably for the best, though- he’ll end up with a team that appreciates him. He’s like a version of Doug Flutie on steroids. Just keeps winning though he is not supposed to.

  • ADRoberts

    If there is not a conspiracy among the Bilderberg led elitists, I don’t know what it could be. The Jets took Tebow, gladly, and then someone put in the word and they refused to use him. There could be NOTHING else. There are a number of groups who would hate Tebow including abortionists, muslims, atheists, secular humanists socialists etc. But to go the extent of destroying an NFL team season, just because of their bigotry, that is rich.

  • Arley

    GOD and Tebow
    By Arley Steinhour
    022213

    Tim Tibow, you could be richer than most,
    All you need do is throw away Holy Ghost,
    Telling God, to ‘Come back, some other day,
    After, I’m too old, Football, to play.’

    But, no, you stand and hold the line,
    Against derision, you’re doing fine,
    To ‘Babylon/Football,’ won’t bend the knee,
    To quell contempt, that the world can see.

    You honor God, who was hung on the Cross,
    In the breech you stand, against Sinful Dross,
    As Tips of God’s spears, asking no thanks.
    May we, of the Faith, join you in the Ranks.

    Soon, very soon, Dragon must make his play,
    When, Every ‘True-Christian’ is Raptured away,
    We can’t lose the battle, as our God steps in,
    Saving the ‘Day,’ stopping he who is ‘Sin.’

    Up to that time, before, we’re ‘Snatched Away,’
    Our job, is to witness, and the Evil, Delay,
    Opening hearts, that might not respond,
    If we weren’t Public, with our Christian ‘Frond.’

    So, Hu-Rah, to you, Tim, and all of the Brave,
    Wearing Faith in the open, and won’t be a Slave,
    May God’s Greeting be Grand, when we arrive,
    Blessings Galore, with HIM, Eternally ALIVE.

    AMEN

    PS:

    Where ere you be, on bended knee,
    Today expect reprisal,
    Soon, so soon, we’re eternally Free,
    Every Saved-Soul enjoying Revival.

    To, Jesus, Repent.

  • ary

    Right on! The media response is a compliment to both Sarah Palin and to Tim Tebow.

    The media is so fearful that they ridicule, hate and disseminate only what will tear down those they are too lazy and corrupt to admit are admirable.

    They prefer instead to be a “gang” in favor of crackpots who are making stupid choices and who hurt bring all of society down.

    If the media was nearly as “fair” in ensuring that Christians who are “out” of the closet were given equal rights and privileges and respect as others groups and religions, America would be a better place.

    The media is corrupt and prostitutes itself in it’s embeddedness in corruption and politics. Media, as a generality, is untrustworthy in their “news” and “editorials”: they want to be sure that no men of substance rise to the top to expose, with their decisions and actions, the types of americans that now control sports, entertainment, media, politics, etc.

    May God bless and raise Tim Tebow above the idiot “media lobbies” against Christians!
    May his God use his intelligence AND character AND ability as a role model for those who would become “MEN”, not just “players” (in the worst sense of the word!)

  • A Tebowing Mom

    The Bible, Jesus, tells us we will be persecuted for our faith, just as He was… and that we should count it a joy as it helps us know that we are doing what is right in the eyes of the Lord! Our purpose here on Earth is to glorify God with our gifts and talents, the World does not like this because it shines a light on the evil that so permeates everything around us.. for ex., the 1/2 time show or vulgar Superbowl ads! Tebow may never play football as to His God given abilities, but, nonetheless, he will be richly rewarded for his strength in enduring the hardships that go along with choosing Christ first! Go Tebow, we will always be tebowing!

    • Tebowing Mom, now in prayer!

      Not sure I am agreeing with my comments about Tebow’s faith… I am seeing that he canceled his speaking at this Baptist church because of the hard truths that the pastor preaches, Biblical truths! It appears Tebow has pulled away because this preacher doesn’t cower to the masses, but speaks boldly against sin!

  • ron

    Best article about Tebow I have ever seen. This man is nothing but a gentleman and the bums of the MSM can’t stand him.

  • Ed G

    I’d much rather be in his shoes than the detractors both now and when we all meet The Judge of all. As a matter of fact – I can hardly wait.

  • marineh2ominer

    I , for one , will NEVER again sit thru another professional football game . I have much more important things to do , like play parcheesi .

  • Northpaw

    As long as Tim Tebow is pleasing God and obeying His Word, it makes no difference to him what people call him or think of him.

    Most importantly, he wears such attacks and insults as a badge of honor. For in the words of Jesus Himself, “Woe to you when all men speak well of you, for that is how their fathers treated the false prophets.” Luke 6:26.

  • magistra_mater

    Here’s what bugs me: Where are all the Christian athletes in the NFL? You know, all those players that cross themselves, point to Heaven, speak in churches and hold Bible studies? Why aren’t they supporting him and standing up for him? Personally, I believe that the NFL wants him out, and this whole thing with the Jets was a charade to get rid of him.

  • Derick Moore

    To the son of Issachar….

    Please comment on how you interpret Issachar. I read the Wikipedia entry for the name, and did not feel enlightened to understand your reference. (Of course your fathers given name could be Issachar, but that doesn’t seem to fit in the context of the rest of your blurb.)

    Thanks, Derick

    • John Kirkwood

      Derick, it’s a reference to King David’s counselors who were honored by God for their “understanding” of the times.

      And from the sons of Issachar, men who had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do, the heads of them were two hundred. And all their brothers were at their command. (1 Chronicles 12:32 MKJV)

  • zbobby5

    I’m reading “Quiet Strength” by Tony Dungy. Tim would have been welcomed by Tony whether he played or not, because Tony Dungy loved/loves players with Tim’s religious views (which he holds as his own), his dignity and humble demeanor. Tim should never have been sacrificed to scum like Rex Ryan.

  • jamohio

    Strong article!! The media and the NFL have colluded to ruin this fine youg mans carrer!! We should all say a prayer for Tim to reamain strong in his convictions!!

  • Tim Newton

    Read Jeremiah 29-11.GOD is not finished with Tim Tebow yet.Romans 8-28.GOD will turn all of this around for his good

  • TrueGrit

    Then worthless corrupt media whores and the rest of the lowlifes in sportscasting can all go to hell. Tim Tebow is a very good man to have as a friend ,he’s a great American athlete and every team out there would like to be lucky enough to have a Tim Tebow. No matter how many times these stupid atheist media slop put him down nobody can ever change the facts. Do these media lowlifes forget that he was a first round draftpick in 2010 & the winner of two NCAA National Championships. He was also the first sophomore to ever win the Heisman & & also won the the Davy O’Brien Award as the Best College Quarterback.He also was the winner of the James Sullivan Award as the most outstanding athlete in any sport & winner of the Maxwell award as Best College Player!!! He also took over a 1-4 Broncos team and lead them to the playoffs . What in the hell are these stupid sports writers trying to get away with ?

  • Deepizzaguy

    It makes me laugh that the media worship Ray Lewis as a god like figure who can walk on water. Tim Tebow will be a success on and off the gridiron and go the distance while his godless buddies will self destruct before they reach 50 years of age.

  • Gregaj7

    Perfect. Tebow is more outspoken than any of the other Christians playing. His purity in the one area that men, especially the extremely rich, have their biggest dilemma, is the biggest conviction of the Spirit of Tebow’s critics.

  • Stan Parrish

    Aside from Denver nobody has given Tebow a shot. In Denver he took a losing team and turned them into winners. They made the playoffs and beat Pittsburg in the first round. They were saying all the things then that they are now. I don’t know if it is anti-christian bigotry or something else but Tebow has earned a shot.

    • Charles Bigby

      Gonna hang your hat on that Pittsburgh win forever? That win was sandwiched between 4 losses. 3 of those 4 loses were blowout losses. He lost head to head to Kyle Orton lead Kansas City because Denver couldn’t score. That game all Denver had to do was beat a miserable KC team to clinch a playoff spot and he loses to Kyle Orton. If not for Oakland losing, Denver stays home. That Denver team finished 8-8 in a three way tie for the AFC West. Somebody from that division had to go to the Playoffs, it’s a rule. Similar to when a 7-9 Seattle team won a playoff game a few years back.

    • Charles Bigby

      Gonna hang your hat on that Pittsburgh win forever? That win was sandwiched between 4 losses. 3 of those 4 loses were blowout losses. He lost head to head to Kyle Orton lead Kansas City because Denver couldn’t score. That game all Denver had to do was beat a miserable KC team to clinch a playoff spot and he loses to Kyle Orton. If not for Oakland losing, Denver stays home. That Denver team finished 8-8 in a three way tie for the AFC West. Somebody from that division had to go to the Playoffs, it’s a rule. Similar to when a 7-9 Seattle team won a playoff game a few years back.

    • Charles Bigby

      Gonna hang your hat on that Pittsburgh win forever? That win was sandwiched between 4 losses. 3 of those 4 loses were blowout losses. He lost head to head to Kyle Orton lead Kansas City because Denver couldn’t score. That game all Denver had to do was beat a miserable KC team to clinch a playoff spot and he loses to Kyle Orton. If not for Oakland losing, Denver stays home. That Denver team finished 8-8 in a three way tie for the AFC West. Somebody from that division had to go to the Playoffs, it’s a rule. Similar to when a 7-9 Seattle team won a playoff game a few years back.

    • Charles Bigby

      Gonna hang your hat on that Pittsburgh win forever? That win was sandwiched between 4 losses. 3 of those 4 loses were blowout losses. He lost head to head to Kyle Orton lead Kansas City because Denver couldn’t score. That game all Denver had to do was beat a miserable KC team to clinch a playoff spot and he loses to Kyle Orton. If not for Oakland losing, Denver stays home. That Denver team finished 8-8 in a three way tie for the AFC West. Somebody from that division had to go to the Playoffs, it’s a rule. Similar to when a 7-9 Seattle team won a playoff game a few years back.

  • bigguiyincolorado

    TEBOW is a great quarterback and a good christian, not like those other so called professional football players that beat up their wives or girlfriends, take drugs , tatoo their bodies, get arrested for drugs or driving DUI! GOD BLESS TEBOW! I’ve been a fan of his since the Gators and will always be one. Elway is a JERK and JEALOUS of Tebows popularity here in Denver. He did not like being a backup to Tebow!

  • copakeman

    what was the general mgr’s reasoning to get tebow, i cant figure it out. get tebow, then rarely play him at qb, or when he is in at qb, very rarely permit him to pass the ball. he made a few nice plays on the special team punting unit. then at the end of the saeson make the 3rd string qb play the games instead of tebow. tebow is a winner everywhere, except in nyc. the same gm gave sanchez a contract in the middle of his greatest season (this season) that makes him unwanted by any other nfl team (if you counld find one that really wanted sanchez) .it is difficult to be a christian sports hero with our current sports media today. the jet fans know more about football then 100 rex ryans put together. tebow would have definetely been more popular with the sports media if he favored devil worship.

  • freedomringsforall

    Thank you for writing the inspirational article John.

    I wish we could all stand as tall in life as Tim.

    May God continue to bless him and please keep him from stumbling.

    Myriads of young people need good and decent role models

    • JOHN J

      Speaking of quiet Christians, let’s not forget Tony Dungy, coach of the Champion team of the Indianapolis Colts. And I’ll bet there are more God-fearing men in the NFL than in many churches.

    • JOHN J

      Speaking of quiet Christians, let’s not forget Tony Dungy, coach of the Champion team of the Indianapolis Colts. And I’ll bet there are more God-fearing men in the NFL than in many churches.

    • JOHN J

      Speaking of quiet Christians, let’s not forget Tony Dungy, coach of the Champion team of the Indianapolis Colts. And I’ll bet there are more God-fearing men in the NFL than in many churches.

    • JOHN J

      Speaking of quiet Christians, let’s not forget Tony Dungy, coach of the Champion team of the Indianapolis Colts. And I’ll bet there are more God-fearing men in the NFL than in many churches.

  • Neipnana

    Why did they buy him if they weren’t going to play him? They had to know they weren’t going to play him!

  • Laurie Hampton

    I completely agree with you. Thank you for taking a stand and speaking the truth!

  • Laurie Hampton

    I completely agree with you. Thank you for taking a stand and speaking the truth!

  • Guest

    “And when you pray, be not like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full. But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your father who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.” Matthew 6: 5-6

  • Guest

    “And when you pray, be not like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full. But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your father who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.” Matthew 6: 5-6

  • DMVSkinsFan

    No, do NOT bring him to the Redskins. We’re fine with Bobby Triple Sticks and Captain Kirk. We don’t need that bama Tebow.

  • DMVSkinsFan

    No, do NOT bring him to the Redskins. We’re fine with Bobby Triple Sticks and Captain Kirk. We don’t need that bama Tebow.

  • DMVSkinsFan

    No, do NOT bring him to the Redskins. We’re fine with Bobby Triple Sticks and Captain Kirk. We don’t need that bama Tebow.

  • Anton Benidado

    Ryan has to be worst coach. But it figures. He coaches for the worst owner.

  • Anton Benidado

    Ryan has to be worst coach. But it figures. He coaches for the worst owner.

  • Anton Benidado

    Ryan has to be worst coach. But it figures. He coaches for the worst owner.

  • Anton Benidado

    Ryan has to be worst coach. But it figures. He coaches for the worst owner.

  • Sillysoft

    When the team wins its all Tebow, when the team loses its everyone elses fault. Hate to break it to you but the Broncos as a team had a hand in those wins and losses, not just Tebow.

  • Sillysoft

    When the team wins its all Tebow, when the team loses its everyone elses fault. Hate to break it to you but the Broncos as a team had a hand in those wins and losses, not just Tebow.

  • Sillysoft

    When the team wins its all Tebow, when the team loses its everyone elses fault. Hate to break it to you but the Broncos as a team had a hand in those wins and losses, not just Tebow.

  • http://www.facebook.com/steve.baker.186 Steve Baker

    HE can’t play for squat. That is why no one wants him. He is not NFL qualified. If he had talent, it wouldn’t matter.

  • http://www.facebook.com/steve.baker.186 Steve Baker

    HE can’t play for squat. That is why no one wants him. He is not NFL qualified. If he had talent, it wouldn’t matter.

  • http://www.facebook.com/steve.baker.186 Steve Baker

    HE can’t play for squat. That is why no one wants him. He is not NFL qualified. If he had talent, it wouldn’t matter.

  • http://www.facebook.com/steve.baker.186 Steve Baker

    HE can’t play for squat. That is why no one wants him. He is not NFL qualified. If he had talent, it wouldn’t matter.

  • Vanessa5260

    Disappointed in a society that tolerates anything but Christians. God’s plan for our lives will always result in the most happiness we can have in this world.

  • Vanessa5260

    Disappointed in a society that tolerates anything but Christians. God’s plan for our lives will always result in the most happiness we can have in this world.

  • Vanessa5260

    Disappointed in a society that tolerates anything but Christians. God’s plan for our lives will always result in the most happiness we can have in this world.

  • Vanessa5260

    Disappointed in a society that tolerates anything but Christians. God’s plan for our lives will always result in the most happiness we can have in this world.

  • F-Wood

    you write trash…this was a very raunchy article

  • F-Wood

    you write trash…this was a very raunchy article

  • F-Wood

    you write trash…this was a very raunchy article

  • F-Wood

    you write trash…this was a very raunchy article

  • Eddie

    Tebow is just proof that the world really doesn’t like nice guys and are constantly being pushed aside instead of worked with.

  • Eddie

    Tebow is just proof that the world really doesn’t like nice guys and are constantly being pushed aside instead of worked with.

  • WildThing777

    Tebow was blackballed because they didn’t like him giving God the credit for his blessings. Tebow, God is still on your side, so don’t give up on Him. Love you, Lil’ Bro!

  • WildThing777

    Tebow was blackballed because they didn’t like him giving God the credit for his blessings. Tebow, God is still on your side, so don’t give up on Him. Love you, Lil’ Bro!

  • WildThing777

    Tebow was blackballed because they didn’t like him giving God the credit for his blessings. Tebow, God is still on your side, so don’t give up on Him. Love you, Lil’ Bro!

  • WildThing777

    Tebow was blackballed because they didn’t like him giving God the credit for his blessings. Tebow, God is still on your side, so don’t give up on Him. Love you, Lil’ Bro!

  • Doug N.

    Maybe if he was gay, they would let him play. Seems anyone who wants to live right these days is hated. They want or can’t admit that their dislike is because of his faith. That would be discrimination, I think.

  • Doug N.

    Maybe if he was gay, they would let him play. Seems anyone who wants to live right these days is hated. They want or can’t admit that their dislike is because of his faith. That would be discrimination, I think.

  • Doug N.

    Maybe if he was gay, they would let him play. Seems anyone who wants to live right these days is hated. They want or can’t admit that their dislike is because of his faith. That would be discrimination, I think.

  • Anton Benidado

    And John said onto Rex: Let my boy play. And Rex said onto John: Only if he converts. We’re starting a new religion and want him to be our minister.

  • Anton Benidado

    And John said onto Rex: Let my boy play. And Rex said onto John: Only if he converts. We’re starting a new religion and want him to be our minister.

  • Anton Benidado

    And John said onto Rex: Let my boy play. And Rex said onto John: Only if he converts. We’re starting a new religion and want him to be our minister.

  • Anton Benidado

    And John said onto Rex: Let my boy play. And Rex said onto John: Only if he converts. We’re starting a new religion and want him to be our minister.

  • aikon101

    Jeeeez. No mention of the fact that the guy can’t throw a football. He didn’t get played because they would have had to completely redesign there whole field, not to mention everyone figured out his tricks the year before with Denver, so there was no way he was going to get play. If Tebow was ACTUALLY A GOOD QUARTERBACK no one would give a hoot what religion he is. In the modern NFL quartbacks have to throw, a lot. Yeah. Keep crying the woes of the christian white man. We have it soooo bad don’t we?

  • aikon101

    Jeeeez. No mention of the fact that the guy can’t throw a football. He didn’t get played because they would have had to completely redesign there whole field, not to mention everyone figured out his tricks the year before with Denver, so there was no way he was going to get play. If Tebow was ACTUALLY A GOOD QUARTERBACK no one would give a hoot what religion he is. In the modern NFL quartbacks have to throw, a lot. Yeah. Keep crying the woes of the christian white man. We have it soooo bad don’t we?

  • aikon101

    Jeeeez. No mention of the fact that the guy can’t throw a football. He didn’t get played because they would have had to completely redesign there whole field, not to mention everyone figured out his tricks the year before with Denver, so there was no way he was going to get play. If Tebow was ACTUALLY A GOOD QUARTERBACK no one would give a hoot what religion he is. In the modern NFL quartbacks have to throw, a lot. Yeah. Keep crying the woes of the christian white man. We have it soooo bad don’t we?

  • aikon101

    Jeeeez. No mention of the fact that the guy can’t throw a football. He didn’t get played because they would have had to completely redesign there whole field, not to mention everyone figured out his tricks the year before with Denver, so there was no way he was going to get play. If Tebow was ACTUALLY A GOOD QUARTERBACK no one would give a hoot what religion he is. In the modern NFL quartbacks have to throw, a lot. Yeah. Keep crying the woes of the christian white man. We have it soooo bad don’t we?

  • quizmasterchris

    Well, you’re correct about the Palin/Tebow thing in that neither one of them could do their jobs and they both are quitters.

  • quizmasterchris

    Well, you’re correct about the Palin/Tebow thing in that neither one of them could do their jobs and they both are quitters.

  • quizmasterchris

    Well, you’re correct about the Palin/Tebow thing in that neither one of them could do their jobs and they both are quitters.

  • quizmasterchris

    Well, you’re correct about the Palin/Tebow thing in that neither one of them could do their jobs and they both are quitters.

  • Thurnder

    I am so ashamed and embarrassed by the NFL; I have been a die-hard football fan since 1954 and subscribe to the Sunday Ticket each year to get all the games. The one thing(besides my family) that I love more than the NFL is my God. Tim Tebow has never, never shown anything buy Christian love towards all his critics. I have to make a choice, I feel, and as of this date I am no longer an NFL fan, which saddens me, but my God and my Christian beliefs mean so much more to me. My prayers are for all those stand up for Christ!!

  • Thurnder

    I am so ashamed and embarrassed by the NFL; I have been a die-hard football fan since 1954 and subscribe to the Sunday Ticket each year to get all the games. The one thing(besides my family) that I love more than the NFL is my God. Tim Tebow has never, never shown anything buy Christian love towards all his critics. I have to make a choice, I feel, and as of this date I am no longer an NFL fan, which saddens me, but my God and my Christian beliefs mean so much more to me. My prayers are for all those stand up for Christ!!

  • Thurnder

    I am so ashamed and embarrassed by the NFL; I have been a die-hard football fan since 1954 and subscribe to the Sunday Ticket each year to get all the games. The one thing(besides my family) that I love more than the NFL is my God. Tim Tebow has never, never shown anything buy Christian love towards all his critics. I have to make a choice, I feel, and as of this date I am no longer an NFL fan, which saddens me, but my God and my Christian beliefs mean so much more to me. My prayers are for all those stand up for Christ!!

  • Thurnder

    I am so ashamed and embarrassed by the NFL; I have been a die-hard football fan since 1954 and subscribe to the Sunday Ticket each year to get all the games. The one thing(besides my family) that I love more than the NFL is my God. Tim Tebow has never, never shown anything buy Christian love towards all his critics. I have to make a choice, I feel, and as of this date I am no longer an NFL fan, which saddens me, but my God and my Christian beliefs mean so much more to me. My prayers are for all those stand up for Christ!!

  • PamelaB

    What a mistake the NFL and the media is making. Tim is an outstanding person, someone our children and grandchildren can look up to. Thanks for this article!

  • PamelaB

    What a mistake the NFL and the media is making. Tim is an outstanding person, someone our children and grandchildren can look up to. Thanks for this article!

  • PamelaB

    What a mistake the NFL and the media is making. Tim is an outstanding person, someone our children and grandchildren can look up to. Thanks for this article!

  • PamelaB

    What a mistake the NFL and the media is making. Tim is an outstanding person, someone our children and grandchildren can look up to. Thanks for this article!

  • hardtimz

    I think the bottom line teams don’t want the luggage that comes with Tim. And if were as good as people think, he would be a starter and not out there searching for team to play for. Give it some time a team will give him a shot…but he better get it right!

  • hardtimz

    I think the bottom line teams don’t want the luggage that comes with Tim. And if were as good as people think, he would be a starter and not out there searching for team to play for. Give it some time a team will give him a shot…but he better get it right!

  • hardtimz

    I think the bottom line teams don’t want the luggage that comes with Tim. And if were as good as people think, he would be a starter and not out there searching for team to play for. Give it some time a team will give him a shot…but he better get it right!

  • hardtimz

    I think the bottom line teams don’t want the luggage that comes with Tim. And if were as good as people think, he would be a starter and not out there searching for team to play for. Give it some time a team will give him a shot…but he better get it right!

  • Nicholas Charters

    There is no doubting he is a good person. This is about football. True he made it to the playoffs and won a playoff game but that was on a team with great defense. I mean, Tebow won a NFL game while only completing one pass. He is not an elite quarterback and lacks many mechanics necessary to be an effective QB for a long period of time. The guy creates a media circus because people either love him or hate him and no team wants to put up with that. And the dislike is nothing personal. It has nothing to do with his beliefs, it’s about his ability and the fact people think he is a great quarterback when he isn’t.

    • hardtimz

      Yep and he can not live off of those wins forever! Sooner or later teams want to see what can you do what have you done to make yourself better?

    • hardtimz

      Yep and he can not live off of those wins forever! Sooner or later teams want to see what can you do what have you done to make yourself better?

    • blue crane

      It isn’t Mr. Tebow who creates a media circus, it’s, well, the media. He can’t be blamed for that. Unlike a lot of celebrities, I don’t see him hogging the spotlight or going out of his way to be in the news. Having said that, I agree he’s not a top notch quarterback. But I do think he could be a full back. I think it’s mean spirited of the NFL to have basically demeaned him like this in public. I would have preferred a more classy and quiet way of letting him go.

    • blue crane

      It isn’t Mr. Tebow who creates a media circus, it’s, well, the media. He can’t be blamed for that. Unlike a lot of celebrities, I don’t see him hogging the spotlight or going out of his way to be in the news. Having said that, I agree he’s not a top notch quarterback. But I do think he could be a full back. I think it’s mean spirited of the NFL to have basically demeaned him like this in public. I would have preferred a more classy and quiet way of letting him go.

    • blue crane

      It isn’t Mr. Tebow who creates a media circus, it’s, well, the media. He can’t be blamed for that. Unlike a lot of celebrities, I don’t see him hogging the spotlight or going out of his way to be in the news. Having said that, I agree he’s not a top notch quarterback. But I do think he could be a full back. I think it’s mean spirited of the NFL to have basically demeaned him like this in public. I would have preferred a more classy and quiet way of letting him go.

    • blue crane

      It isn’t Mr. Tebow who creates a media circus, it’s, well, the media. He can’t be blamed for that. Unlike a lot of celebrities, I don’t see him hogging the spotlight or going out of his way to be in the news. Having said that, I agree he’s not a top notch quarterback. But I do think he could be a full back. I think it’s mean spirited of the NFL to have basically demeaned him like this in public. I would have preferred a more classy and quiet way of letting him go.

    • moomoo

      nothing personal??? Did you really say that? It is always personal with the liberal media. They will destroy a good person, and sweep the truth about something like Benghazi under the rug. The liberals don’t seem to want to know the full story, even though the families of the four brave Americans who were killed, wants to know. Just another truth the liberal media does not want us to find out.

    • moomoo

      nothing personal??? Did you really say that? It is always personal with the liberal media. They will destroy a good person, and sweep the truth about something like Benghazi under the rug. The liberals don’t seem to want to know the full story, even though the families of the four brave Americans who were killed, wants to know. Just another truth the liberal media does not want us to find out.

    • moomoo

      nothing personal??? Did you really say that? It is always personal with the liberal media. They will destroy a good person, and sweep the truth about something like Benghazi under the rug. The liberals don’t seem to want to know the full story, even though the families of the four brave Americans who were killed, wants to know. Just another truth the liberal media does not want us to find out.

    • moomoo

      nothing personal??? Did you really say that? It is always personal with the liberal media. They will destroy a good person, and sweep the truth about something like Benghazi under the rug. The liberals don’t seem to want to know the full story, even though the families of the four brave Americans who were killed, wants to know. Just another truth the liberal media does not want us to find out.

  • Nicholas Charters

    There is no doubting he is a good person. This is about football. True he made it to the playoffs and won a playoff game but that was on a team with great defense. I mean, Tebow won a NFL game while only completing one pass. He is not an elite quarterback and lacks many mechanics necessary to be an effective QB for a long period of time. The guy creates a media circus because people either love him or hate him and no team wants to put up with that. And the dislike is nothing personal. It has nothing to do with his beliefs, it’s about his ability and the fact people think he is a great quarterback when he isn’t.

  • Nicholas Charters

    There is no doubting he is a good person. This is about football. True he made it to the playoffs and won a playoff game but that was on a team with great defense. I mean, Tebow won a NFL game while only completing one pass. He is not an elite quarterback and lacks many mechanics necessary to be an effective QB for a long period of time. The guy creates a media circus because people either love him or hate him and no team wants to put up with that. And the dislike is nothing personal. It has nothing to do with his beliefs, it’s about his ability and the fact people think he is a great quarterback when he isn’t.

  • mommiedearest

    Tim Tebow brought this on with his Christian displays, the circus atmosphere that he loved and by not paying attention to the reason he was employed, to play football. I’m sure he is a good person, a lot of people are, but we don’t bring our beliefs out in the open on a daily basis, we live it! I don’t feel sorry for him. Maybe it will make him a smarter man in whatever he does.

    • hardtimz

      Good points and a lot of people are religious in the sports arena and still did their job and didn’t bring their beliefs to the for front the way Tim did.

    • hardtimz

      Good points and a lot of people are religious in the sports arena and still did their job and didn’t bring their beliefs to the for front the way Tim did.

    • hardtimz

      Good points and a lot of people are religious in the sports arena and still did their job and didn’t bring their beliefs to the for front the way Tim did.

    • hardtimz

      Good points and a lot of people are religious in the sports arena and still did their job and didn’t bring their beliefs to the for front the way Tim did.

    • Adam Ruf

      In other words, you agree that it’s okay to censor Christians. And btw, saying he’s a “good person” is the complete antithesis to what Christianity represents. Christians would tell you they are bad people and that’s why Jesus’ death had to be by crucifixion in order to justify them. Being a good person is all about works, only bad people can receive grace alone. Jesus said “I did not come to call the Righteous, but sinners to repentance.”

    • Adam Ruf

      In other words, you agree that it’s okay to censor Christians. And btw, saying he’s a “good person” is the complete antithesis to what Christianity represents. Christians would tell you they are bad people and that’s why Jesus’ death had to be by crucifixion in order to justify them. Being a good person is all about works, only bad people can receive grace alone. Jesus said “I did not come to call the Righteous, but sinners to repentance.”

  • mommiedearest

    Tim Tebow brought this on with his Christian displays, the circus atmosphere that he loved and by not paying attention to the reason he was employed, to play football. I’m sure he is a good person, a lot of people are, but we don’t bring our beliefs out in the open on a daily basis, we live it! I don’t feel sorry for him. Maybe it will make him a smarter man in whatever he does.

  • mommiedearest

    Tim Tebow brought this on with his Christian displays, the circus atmosphere that he loved and by not paying attention to the reason he was employed, to play football. I’m sure he is a good person, a lot of people are, but we don’t bring our beliefs out in the open on a daily basis, we live it! I don’t feel sorry for him. Maybe it will make him a smarter man in whatever he does.

  • John Jenkins

    He’s a good person and a great role model. However, his religious beliefs have nothing to do with it. He’s a mediocre quarterback. That’s why nobody is interested in signing him.

  • John Jenkins

    He’s a good person and a great role model. However, his religious beliefs have nothing to do with it. He’s a mediocre quarterback. That’s why nobody is interested in signing him.

  • John Jenkins

    He’s a good person and a great role model. However, his religious beliefs have nothing to do with it. He’s a mediocre quarterback. That’s why nobody is interested in signing him.

  • GJJ007

    He’s a winner on and off the field! The so-called experts have touted numerious quarterbacks as well as hundreds of other players as the next great NFL star only to watch them fail horribly in the league andor be in constant trouble off the field. Here’s a genuine great Christian young man and a winner in all aspects of his performance on and off the football field, but all you hear about is his virginity and his respect for God!! What a sick world we live in when the gangster, drug addict, absentee parent or morally weak players are the only ones who get the praise of the media and general public!

  • GJJ007

    He’s a winner on and off the field! The so-called experts have touted numerious quarterbacks as well as hundreds of other players as the next great NFL star only to watch them fail horribly in the league andor be in constant trouble off the field. Here’s a genuine great Christian young man and a winner in all aspects of his performance on and off the football field, but all you hear about is his virginity and his respect for God!! What a sick world we live in when the gangster, drug addict, absentee parent or morally weak players are the only ones who get the praise of the media and general public!

  • GJJ007

    He’s a winner on and off the field! The so-called experts have touted numerious quarterbacks as well as hundreds of other players as the next great NFL star only to watch them fail horribly in the league andor be in constant trouble off the field. Here’s a genuine great Christian young man and a winner in all aspects of his performance on and off the football field, but all you hear about is his virginity and his respect for God!! What a sick world we live in when the gangster, drug addict, absentee parent or morally weak players are the only ones who get the praise of the media and general public!

  • 49ers 4 ever!

    Very well written article on Tim Tebow. I am glad that someone in the media is standing up for him. And I even more glad that Mr. Tebow has not compromised his values for the sake of popularity.

  • 49ers 4 ever!

    Very well written article on Tim Tebow. I am glad that someone in the media is standing up for him. And I even more glad that Mr. Tebow has not compromised his values for the sake of popularity.

  • 49ers 4 ever!

    Very well written article on Tim Tebow. I am glad that someone in the media is standing up for him. And I even more glad that Mr. Tebow has not compromised his values for the sake of popularity.

  • 49ers 4 ever!

    Very well written article on Tim Tebow. I am glad that someone in the media is standing up for him. And I even more glad that Mr. Tebow has not compromised his values for the sake of popularity.

  • Joe

    The Bible says that, “When the enemy comes in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord raises up a standard against him.” Tebow and Palin both are part of that standard. The persecution is clear confirmation that both are doing the right thing. Those of you throwing mud at them would do well to remember what Jesus said,”Anyone who harms one of these little ones who believe in me, it would be better for them for a millstone to be tied around their neck and to be cast into the sea.” If the evil world loves you that’s when you know you have gone off track. Go Tim! Go Sarah! The Lord is with yo and will reward you. The best of your impact is still ahead.

  • Joe

    The Bible says that, “When the enemy comes in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord raises up a standard against him.” Tebow and Palin both are part of that standard. The persecution is clear confirmation that both are doing the right thing. Those of you throwing mud at them would do well to remember what Jesus said,”Anyone who harms one of these little ones who believe in me, it would be better for them for a millstone to be tied around their neck and to be cast into the sea.” If the evil world loves you that’s when you know you have gone off track. Go Tim! Go Sarah! The Lord is with yo and will reward you. The best of your impact is still ahead.

  • Joe

    The Bible says that, “When the enemy comes in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord raises up a standard against him.” Tebow and Palin both are part of that standard. The persecution is clear confirmation that both are doing the right thing. Those of you throwing mud at them would do well to remember what Jesus said,”Anyone who harms one of these little ones who believe in me, it would be better for them for a millstone to be tied around their neck and to be cast into the sea.” If the evil world loves you that’s when you know you have gone off track. Go Tim! Go Sarah! The Lord is with yo and will reward you. The best of your impact is still ahead.

  • Bananabrain

    Like Sarah Palin, Tim Tebow apparently blames all those horrible, Godless Liberals and Elitists rather than facing his own freeking incompetence. Quarterbacks who PERFORM get big bucks: Whether they are Christian, Buddhist or Martian. No one gives two squats whether or not he says prayers or buys 3:16 sunglasses.

  • Bananabrain

    Like Sarah Palin, Tim Tebow apparently blames all those horrible, Godless Liberals and Elitists rather than facing his own freeking incompetence. Quarterbacks who PERFORM get big bucks: Whether they are Christian, Buddhist or Martian. No one gives two squats whether or not he says prayers or buys 3:16 sunglasses.

  • Bananabrain

    Like Sarah Palin, Tim Tebow apparently blames all those horrible, Godless Liberals and Elitists rather than facing his own freeking incompetence. Quarterbacks who PERFORM get big bucks: Whether they are Christian, Buddhist or Martian. No one gives two squats whether or not he says prayers or buys 3:16 sunglasses.

  • Bananabrain

    Like Sarah Palin, Tim Tebow apparently blames all those horrible, Godless Liberals and Elitists rather than facing his own freeking incompetence. Quarterbacks who PERFORM get big bucks: Whether they are Christian, Buddhist or Martian. No one gives two squats whether or not he says prayers or buys 3:16 sunglasses.

  • Sandra Smith

    Tebowing Here . . . hope he gets to play . . .media is doing him wrong . . .

  • Sandra Smith

    Tebowing Here . . . hope he gets to play . . .media is doing him wrong . . .

  • Sandra Smith

    Tebowing Here . . . hope he gets to play . . .media is doing him wrong . . .

  • Sandra Smith

    Tebowing Here . . . hope he gets to play . . .media is doing him wrong . . .

  • Marc

    Great article – couldn’t have said it better myself.

  • Marc

    Great article – couldn’t have said it better myself.

  • Marc

    Great article – couldn’t have said it better myself.

  • Marc

    Great article – couldn’t have said it better myself.

  • jerry

    Let’s face it our media and our government does not want Christian values in any one or any thing. The only religious rights in American politics that are allowed are the radical religions brought into this country. A country founded on God is going to hell in a hand basket. Go Tebow be like old Daniel and hold to your convictions and values. There none in Washington they have all sold out for status or votes, knowing that they are doing the wrong thing.

  • jerry

    Let’s face it our media and our government does not want Christian values in any one or any thing. The only religious rights in American politics that are allowed are the radical religions brought into this country. A country founded on God is going to hell in a hand basket. Go Tebow be like old Daniel and hold to your convictions and values. There none in Washington they have all sold out for status or votes, knowing that they are doing the wrong thing.

  • jerry

    Let’s face it our media and our government does not want Christian values in any one or any thing. The only religious rights in American politics that are allowed are the radical religions brought into this country. A country founded on God is going to hell in a hand basket. Go Tebow be like old Daniel and hold to your convictions and values. There none in Washington they have all sold out for status or votes, knowing that they are doing the wrong thing.

  • jerry

    Let’s face it our media and our government does not want Christian values in any one or any thing. The only religious rights in American politics that are allowed are the radical religions brought into this country. A country founded on God is going to hell in a hand basket. Go Tebow be like old Daniel and hold to your convictions and values. There none in Washington they have all sold out for status or votes, knowing that they are doing the wrong thing.

  • Fred

    I think many people are over-reaching just to demonstrate their biased opinions. The Jets signing him and sitting him shows more that the Jets are a dysfunctional organization than anything else. Solely because someone professes Christianity doesn’t mean they should be everyone’s favorite. Take Steve Largent, a very talented former player and christian; I have never heard the so-called liberal media bash him when he played. I’ve known people who professed christianity and yet were bullies and mean-spirited to others, so I don’t think everything is always so black and white.

  • Fred

    I think many people are over-reaching just to demonstrate their biased opinions. The Jets signing him and sitting him shows more that the Jets are a dysfunctional organization than anything else. Solely because someone professes Christianity doesn’t mean they should be everyone’s favorite. Take Steve Largent, a very talented former player and christian; I have never heard the so-called liberal media bash him when he played. I’ve known people who professed christianity and yet were bullies and mean-spirited to others, so I don’t think everything is always so black and white.

  • Fred

    I think many people are over-reaching just to demonstrate their biased opinions. The Jets signing him and sitting him shows more that the Jets are a dysfunctional organization than anything else. Solely because someone professes Christianity doesn’t mean they should be everyone’s favorite. Take Steve Largent, a very talented former player and christian; I have never heard the so-called liberal media bash him when he played. I’ve known people who professed christianity and yet were bullies and mean-spirited to others, so I don’t think everything is always so black and white.

  • mangledinal

    “a football scholarship to the football factory that is the Florida Gators….a Heisman trophy, a BCS National Championship, three team MVP’s and dozens of records”
    Surely you are speaking with your tongue firmly in cheek when you call these “drawbacks”? This kid CAN play better than a lot them out there. He doesn’t play because he’s also a Christian (NOT a fool-around screw up), a good sport (NOT a cantankerous, foul-mouthed brat!), a virgin (do I dare say the word in the NFL?!?) I’d take Tim Tebow before anyone else out there! The NFL is answering to their spoiled rotten, disgusting, jealous players. May they all ROT in Hell for blackballing this kid!!
    Go for it, Tim. YOU are one of the good guys–one of the FEW!!

    Read more: http://clashdaily.com/2013/02/blackballed-the-nfls-borking-of-tim-tebow/#ixzz2SuEHGU6i
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  • mangledinal

    “a football scholarship to the football factory that is the Florida Gators….a Heisman trophy, a BCS National Championship, three team MVP’s and dozens of records”
    Surely you are speaking with your tongue firmly in cheek when you call these “drawbacks”? This kid CAN play better than a lot them out there. He doesn’t play because he’s also a Christian (NOT a fool-around screw up), a good sport (NOT a cantankerous, foul-mouthed brat!), a virgin (do I dare say the word in the NFL?!?) I’d take Tim Tebow before anyone else out there! The NFL is answering to their spoiled rotten, disgusting, jealous players. May they all ROT in Hell for blackballing this kid!!
    Go for it, Tim. YOU are one of the good guys–one of the FEW!!

    Read more: http://clashdaily.com/2013/02/blackballed-the-nfls-borking-of-tim-tebow/#ixzz2SuEHGU6i
    Get more Clash on ClashDaily.com, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

  • mangledinal

    “a football scholarship to the football factory that is the Florida Gators….a Heisman trophy, a BCS National Championship, three team MVP’s and dozens of records”
    Surely you are speaking with your tongue firmly in cheek when you call these “drawbacks”? This kid CAN play better than a lot them out there. He doesn’t play because he’s also a Christian (NOT a fool-around screw up), a good sport (NOT a cantankerous, foul-mouthed brat!), a virgin (do I dare say the word in the NFL?!?) I’d take Tim Tebow before anyone else out there! The NFL is answering to their spoiled rotten, disgusting, jealous players. May they all ROT in Hell for blackballing this kid!!
    Go for it, Tim. YOU are one of the good guys–one of the FEW!!

    Read more: http://clashdaily.com/2013/02/blackballed-the-nfls-borking-of-tim-tebow/#ixzz2SuEHGU6i
    Get more Clash on ClashDaily.com, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

  • Kimberly Schoenrock-Williams

    Our country is embracing gays, every state will eventually allow gays to marry. We have an Anti-American, closet Muslim for our president. WTF is wrong with this country?! When rapper thugs are billionaires, and you’re looked down upon because you’re a Christian, it all shows the mentality and what is left of our morality. Our country is going down the toilet. America as we’ve known and loved it, is over.

  • Kimberly Schoenrock-Williams

    Our country is embracing gays, every state will eventually allow gays to marry. We have an Anti-American, closet Muslim for our president. WTF is wrong with this country?! When rapper thugs are billionaires, and you’re looked down upon because you’re a Christian, it all shows the mentality and what is left of our morality. Our country is going down the toilet. America as we’ve known and loved it, is over.

  • Kimberly Schoenrock-Williams

    Our country is embracing gays, every state will eventually allow gays to marry. We have an Anti-American, closet Muslim for our president. WTF is wrong with this country?! When rapper thugs are billionaires, and you’re looked down upon because you’re a Christian, it all shows the mentality and what is left of our morality. Our country is going down the toilet. America as we’ve known and loved it, is over.

  • http://www.facebook.com/wendepmoran1 Wende P. Moran

    So sad, just because he wants to share the gospel. NFL can be so evil. The guy wants a job! Tim loves football! Give the man a break

  • http://www.facebook.com/wendepmoran1 Wende P. Moran

    So sad, just because he wants to share the gospel. NFL can be so evil. The guy wants a job! Tim loves football! Give the man a break

  • http://www.facebook.com/wendepmoran1 Wende P. Moran

    So sad, just because he wants to share the gospel. NFL can be so evil. The guy wants a job! Tim loves football! Give the man a break

  • middlenamefrank

    I don’t hate Tebow because he’s a Christian. Actually, I don’t hate him at all. I think he’s a fantastic athlete and a mediocre (at best) quarterback, and his personal beliefs have no relevance.

    But I do dislike him personally, again not because he’s a Christian, but because he’s a moralizing, sanctimonious, fundamentalist Christian. But that’s just a personal thing.

    • benmilesg1

      right, because Christians should be more shallow and hypocritical. Funny that Tebow has never said anything against anyone or against anyone’s behavior, but the way he lives his life gives others a feeling of conviction. That’s all it takes to be “disliked”

    • benmilesg1

      right, because Christians should be more shallow and hypocritical. Funny that Tebow has never said anything against anyone or against anyone’s behavior, but the way he lives his life gives others a feeling of conviction. That’s all it takes to be “disliked”

    • benmilesg1

      right, because Christians should be more shallow and hypocritical. Funny that Tebow has never said anything against anyone or against anyone’s behavior, but the way he lives his life gives others a feeling of conviction. That’s all it takes to be “disliked”

  • middlenamefrank

    I don’t hate Tebow because he’s a Christian. Actually, I don’t hate him at all. I think he’s a fantastic athlete and a mediocre (at best) quarterback, and his personal beliefs have no relevance.

    But I do dislike him personally, again not because he’s a Christian, but because he’s a moralizing, sanctimonious, fundamentalist Christian. But that’s just a personal thing.

  • middlenamefrank

    I don’t hate Tebow because he’s a Christian. Actually, I don’t hate him at all. I think he’s a fantastic athlete and a mediocre (at best) quarterback, and his personal beliefs have no relevance.

    But I do dislike him personally, again not because he’s a Christian, but because he’s a moralizing, sanctimonious, fundamentalist Christian. But that’s just a personal thing.

  • Brenda

    Let’s pray or keep our fingers crossed that some team out there with class will take Tebow. What a wast if he is not signed because he is a true christian and all around good person.

  • Brenda

    Let’s pray or keep our fingers crossed that some team out there with class will take Tebow. What a wast if he is not signed because he is a true christian and all around good person.

  • gravel

    Great piece … right on.

  • gravel

    Great piece … right on.

  • gravel

    Great piece … right on.

  • gravel

    Great piece … right on.

  • BroncoB

    Tim Tebow will not be on an NFL roster because of fanatical articles like this. Poor Timmy, everyone is out to get him. A team would probably take a chance on him if it weren’t for his overzealous followers and the distraction they cause to a team. Tebow and his handlers brought a lot of it on by having him stick his face in front of every camera he could find. NFL people, who’s jobs depend on winning football games all passed on this guy. There are many, many QB’s who had one decent season and either rode the bench or were cut. Tebow is just another one of those below average quarterbacks. The only difference is, like the Kardashians or Paris Hilton, he has mastered the art of working the media to boost his celebrity.

  • BroncoB

    Tim Tebow will not be on an NFL roster because of fanatical articles like this. Poor Timmy, everyone is out to get him. A team would probably take a chance on him if it weren’t for his overzealous followers and the distraction they cause to a team. Tebow and his handlers brought a lot of it on by having him stick his face in front of every camera he could find. NFL people, who’s jobs depend on winning football games all passed on this guy. There are many, many QB’s who had one decent season and either rode the bench or were cut. Tebow is just another one of those below average quarterbacks. The only difference is, like the Kardashians or Paris Hilton, he has mastered the art of working the media to boost his celebrity.

  • BroncoB

    Tim Tebow will not be on an NFL roster because of fanatical articles like this. Poor Timmy, everyone is out to get him. A team would probably take a chance on him if it weren’t for his overzealous followers and the distraction they cause to a team. Tebow and his handlers brought a lot of it on by having him stick his face in front of every camera he could find. NFL people, who’s jobs depend on winning football games all passed on this guy. There are many, many QB’s who had one decent season and either rode the bench or were cut. Tebow is just another one of those below average quarterbacks. The only difference is, like the Kardashians or Paris Hilton, he has mastered the art of working the media to boost his celebrity.

  • E.

    Good will be bad and bad will be good..If he had a record or jail time he would be listed as a starter ,by the liberal press.

  • E.

    Good will be bad and bad will be good..If he had a record or jail time he would be listed as a starter ,by the liberal press.

  • coach

    I think you give him a fair chance… give him the reins for a season as a starter, support him and let him hold the team accountable, and see how he does? I think he will find a way to win if nothing else he will, will his team in the right direction. Society(nfl) doesn’t like that type of strong willed individual, especially when its based on faith, that is why they point out his flaws. I have coached many years and every player has flaws or weaknesses, you just work and play. Let Tim, call out teamates and make them work to his standards, and the team talent will succeed.

  • coach

    I think you give him a fair chance… give him the reins for a season as a starter, support him and let him hold the team accountable, and see how he does? I think he will find a way to win if nothing else he will, will his team in the right direction. Society(nfl) doesn’t like that type of strong willed individual, especially when its based on faith, that is why they point out his flaws. I have coached many years and every player has flaws or weaknesses, you just work and play. Let Tim, call out teamates and make them work to his standards, and the team talent will succeed.

  • reka stephens

    don’t dog a man because he believes in God. he at least knows that he is no. 1 and praise him wherever he is. Christians have a really hard time these days. I don’t understand why they are o scared of tebow for standing up for what he stands for.

  • reka stephens

    don’t dog a man because he believes in God. he at least knows that he is no. 1 and praise him wherever he is. Christians have a really hard time these days. I don’t understand why they are o scared of tebow for standing up for what he stands for.

  • reka stephens

    don’t dog a man because he believes in God. he at least knows that he is no. 1 and praise him wherever he is. Christians have a really hard time these days. I don’t understand why they are o scared of tebow for standing up for what he stands for.

  • reka stephens

    don’t dog a man because he believes in God. he at least knows that he is no. 1 and praise him wherever he is. Christians have a really hard time these days. I don’t understand why they are o scared of tebow for standing up for what he stands for.

  • The Dude

    The Broncos are still paying Tebow guaranteed money, of which the Jets will fork over about 1.2 million of this year. I am not 100% sure, because Rotoworld pulled down the contract details and it now just says “FA”, but I think if a team tries to pick up Tebow, they would assume the unpaid portion of his guaranteed contract from Denvers original contract (only the guaranteed portion). This is the last year of that contract, so perhaps he sits out 1 year and comes back to play next year.

  • The Dude

    The Broncos are still paying Tebow guaranteed money, of which the Jets will fork over about 1.2 million of this year. I am not 100% sure, because Rotoworld pulled down the contract details and it now just says “FA”, but I think if a team tries to pick up Tebow, they would assume the unpaid portion of his guaranteed contract from Denvers original contract (only the guaranteed portion). This is the last year of that contract, so perhaps he sits out 1 year and comes back to play next year.

  • The Dude

    The Broncos are still paying Tebow guaranteed money, of which the Jets will fork over about 1.2 million of this year. I am not 100% sure, because Rotoworld pulled down the contract details and it now just says “FA”, but I think if a team tries to pick up Tebow, they would assume the unpaid portion of his guaranteed contract from Denvers original contract (only the guaranteed portion). This is the last year of that contract, so perhaps he sits out 1 year and comes back to play next year.

  • The Dude

    The Broncos are still paying Tebow guaranteed money, of which the Jets will fork over about 1.2 million of this year. I am not 100% sure, because Rotoworld pulled down the contract details and it now just says “FA”, but I think if a team tries to pick up Tebow, they would assume the unpaid portion of his guaranteed contract from Denvers original contract (only the guaranteed portion). This is the last year of that contract, so perhaps he sits out 1 year and comes back to play next year.

  • OBomb

    Oh, get off the cross. Tebow was lucky in Denver after playing a string of teams that either choked or were overrated. Look what happened to him and how he performed in the Divisional Playoff against the Patriots. All of this non-sequitor crap about how he’s being ‘persecuted’ because of his beliefs. Shut up, already.

  • OBomb

    Oh, get off the cross. Tebow was lucky in Denver after playing a string of teams that either choked or were overrated. Look what happened to him and how he performed in the Divisional Playoff against the Patriots. All of this non-sequitor crap about how he’s being ‘persecuted’ because of his beliefs. Shut up, already.

  • OBomb

    Oh, get off the cross. Tebow was lucky in Denver after playing a string of teams that either choked or were overrated. Look what happened to him and how he performed in the Divisional Playoff against the Patriots. All of this non-sequitor crap about how he’s being ‘persecuted’ because of his beliefs. Shut up, already.

  • OBomb

    Oh, get off the cross. Tebow was lucky in Denver after playing a string of teams that either choked or were overrated. Look what happened to him and how he performed in the Divisional Playoff against the Patriots. All of this non-sequitor crap about how he’s being ‘persecuted’ because of his beliefs. Shut up, already.

  • jablaw

    Right on!! Too bad the mainstream media will never, ever publish such sacrilegious comments.

  • jablaw

    Right on!! Too bad the mainstream media will never, ever publish such sacrilegious comments.

  • Steven

    What a great article about a truly great athlete and a pathetic media. Tim Tebow should be held up as a role model to every young person, the love of God shines through him in everything he does. Maybe not the greatest athlete by media standards, but if given the chance could make fools out of many of them. How terribly sad our secular society has become so ugly. But you know what, it’s all been forecast, just read the greatest history book of all times, the Holy Bible. Stay strong Tim, God’s got you covered, that’s all that matters.

  • Steven

    What a great article about a truly great athlete and a pathetic media. Tim Tebow should be held up as a role model to every young person, the love of God shines through him in everything he does. Maybe not the greatest athlete by media standards, but if given the chance could make fools out of many of them. How terribly sad our secular society has become so ugly. But you know what, it’s all been forecast, just read the greatest history book of all times, the Holy Bible. Stay strong Tim, God’s got you covered, that’s all that matters.

  • Steven

    What a great article about a truly great athlete and a pathetic media. Tim Tebow should be held up as a role model to every young person, the love of God shines through him in everything he does. Maybe not the greatest athlete by media standards, but if given the chance could make fools out of many of them. How terribly sad our secular society has become so ugly. But you know what, it’s all been forecast, just read the greatest history book of all times, the Holy Bible. Stay strong Tim, God’s got you covered, that’s all that matters.

  • Marjorie Oracion

    If Tebow had come out as gay, then he would be more celebrated and considered “great, a hero” by the media and everyone else. In this time and age, too bad he’s a Christian – in this world but not of this world!

  • Marjorie Oracion

    If Tebow had come out as gay, then he would be more celebrated and considered “great, a hero” by the media and everyone else. In this time and age, too bad he’s a Christian – in this world but not of this world!

  • Marjorie Oracion

    If Tebow had come out as gay, then he would be more celebrated and considered “great, a hero” by the media and everyone else. In this time and age, too bad he’s a Christian – in this world but not of this world!

  • Marjorie Oracion

    If Tebow had come out as gay, then he would be more celebrated and considered “great, a hero” by the media and everyone else. In this time and age, too bad he’s a Christian – in this world but not of this world!

  • Tim Meyfarth

    It’s hilarious reading the religious fanatics posts here , almost as amusing as the “article” of religious propaganda masquerading as news content.

    Some of my faves include : Sarah Palin = disrespected for nothing but Virtue (rofl)

    The hilarious “oh poor Christians are persecuted mentality (when there’s a church on every block and none of them have been closed)” exemplified by the oh woe is me “God first, others second, self last. But I hate to see the lycans in the media get away with another drive by crucifixion” … yes folks if you don’t like Timmy Tebow cos he is a religious fanatic who can’t play football at the pro level you are a “lycan” ie a werewolf.

    Seriously, in America in 2013 there’s a religious fanatic guy who can write an article saying if you don’t like his religious fanatic football playing idol then you are a “lycan” or a WEREWOLF. lololol

    Hey heres a good one from the comments … “Our country is embracing gays, every state will eventually allow gays to marry. We have an Anti-American, closet Muslim for our president. WTF is wrong with this country?! When rapper thugs are billionaires, and you’re looked down upon because you’re a Christian, it all shows the mentality and what is left of our morality. Our country is going down the toilet. America as we’ve known and loved it, is over”

    Couple of things Religious Fanatics. This country is for EVERYONE , not just white Christian fanatics. NOWHERE in the constitution does it say this is a “Christian Nation” or “establish Christianity as the religion of the USA”. In fact the first amendment (note its 1st , ie before the 2nd amendment you guys mewl about all day) specifically says “THERE SHALL BE NO ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION”.
    So if you say this country is a “Christian nation” that’s a flat out LIE and didn’t your god say not to lie in the 10 commandments? Rofl love tha anti-gay hatred, the Obama is a secret scary muslim (cos he’s a negro dontcha know?), etc. Yeah you sure are showing how “moral” you are lolol.

    Hey religious fanatics. Do you have ANY idea how sickeningly offensive it is to hear you say “God helps Timmy Tebow score TDs and wants to help his NFL career” while kids starve to death across the globe, war and poverty are endemic, there is misery and suffering everywhere that could probably use the intervention of a deity.
    But in your simple little world, “God” is concerned more with does Timmy Tebow throw TD passes than helping anyone in the world he supposedly created in your religious fanatic view of the world.

    You guys are utterly hilarious.

  • Tim Meyfarth

    It’s hilarious reading the religious fanatics posts here , almost as amusing as the “article” of religious propaganda masquerading as news content.

    Some of my faves include : Sarah Palin = disrespected for nothing but Virtue (rofl)

    The hilarious “oh poor Christians are persecuted mentality (when there’s a church on every block and none of them have been closed)” exemplified by the oh woe is me “God first, others second, self last. But I hate to see the lycans in the media get away with another drive by crucifixion” … yes folks if you don’t like Timmy Tebow cos he is a religious fanatic who can’t play football at the pro level you are a “lycan” ie a werewolf.

    Seriously, in America in 2013 there’s a religious fanatic guy who can write an article saying if you don’t like his religious fanatic football playing idol then you are a “lycan” or a WEREWOLF. lololol

    Hey heres a good one from the comments … “Our country is embracing gays, every state will eventually allow gays to marry. We have an Anti-American, closet Muslim for our president. WTF is wrong with this country?! When rapper thugs are billionaires, and you’re looked down upon because you’re a Christian, it all shows the mentality and what is left of our morality. Our country is going down the toilet. America as we’ve known and loved it, is over”

    Couple of things Religious Fanatics. This country is for EVERYONE , not just white Christian fanatics. NOWHERE in the constitution does it say this is a “Christian Nation” or “establish Christianity as the religion of the USA”. In fact the first amendment (note its 1st , ie before the 2nd amendment you guys mewl about all day) specifically says “THERE SHALL BE NO ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION”.
    So if you say this country is a “Christian nation” that’s a flat out LIE and didn’t your god say not to lie in the 10 commandments? Rofl love tha anti-gay hatred, the Obama is a secret scary muslim (cos he’s a negro dontcha know?), etc. Yeah you sure are showing how “moral” you are lolol.

    Hey religious fanatics. Do you have ANY idea how sickeningly offensive it is to hear you say “God helps Timmy Tebow score TDs and wants to help his NFL career” while kids starve to death across the globe, war and poverty are endemic, there is misery and suffering everywhere that could probably use the intervention of a deity.
    But in your simple little world, “God” is concerned more with does Timmy Tebow throw TD passes than helping anyone in the world he supposedly created in your religious fanatic view of the world.

    You guys are utterly hilarious.

  • Tim Meyfarth

    It’s hilarious reading the religious fanatics posts here , almost as amusing as the “article” of religious propaganda masquerading as news content.

    Some of my faves include : Sarah Palin = disrespected for nothing but Virtue (rofl)

    The hilarious “oh poor Christians are persecuted mentality (when there’s a church on every block and none of them have been closed)” exemplified by the oh woe is me “God first, others second, self last. But I hate to see the lycans in the media get away with another drive by crucifixion” … yes folks if you don’t like Timmy Tebow cos he is a religious fanatic who can’t play football at the pro level you are a “lycan” ie a werewolf.

    Seriously, in America in 2013 there’s a religious fanatic guy who can write an article saying if you don’t like his religious fanatic football playing idol then you are a “lycan” or a WEREWOLF. lololol

    Hey heres a good one from the comments … “Our country is embracing gays, every state will eventually allow gays to marry. We have an Anti-American, closet Muslim for our president. WTF is wrong with this country?! When rapper thugs are billionaires, and you’re looked down upon because you’re a Christian, it all shows the mentality and what is left of our morality. Our country is going down the toilet. America as we’ve known and loved it, is over”

    Couple of things Religious Fanatics. This country is for EVERYONE , not just white Christian fanatics. NOWHERE in the constitution does it say this is a “Christian Nation” or “establish Christianity as the religion of the USA”. In fact the first amendment (note its 1st , ie before the 2nd amendment you guys mewl about all day) specifically says “THERE SHALL BE NO ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION”.
    So if you say this country is a “Christian nation” that’s a flat out LIE and didn’t your god say not to lie in the 10 commandments? Rofl love tha anti-gay hatred, the Obama is a secret scary muslim (cos he’s a negro dontcha know?), etc. Yeah you sure are showing how “moral” you are lolol.

    Hey religious fanatics. Do you have ANY idea how sickeningly offensive it is to hear you say “God helps Timmy Tebow score TDs and wants to help his NFL career” while kids starve to death across the globe, war and poverty are endemic, there is misery and suffering everywhere that could probably use the intervention of a deity.
    But in your simple little world, “God” is concerned more with does Timmy Tebow throw TD passes than helping anyone in the world he supposedly created in your religious fanatic view of the world.

    You guys are utterly hilarious.

  • $9094696

    Good article.

  • $9094696

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  • $9094696

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  • NvBlue1

    This article was spot on for hard-core Christians. Tebow has a problem because he isn’t that good and he causes distractions wherever he goes. Granted, he’s just doing his thing, but its still distracting. Why don’t we leave religion where it belongs, which is not on the playing field. Maybe he IS getting black-balled, but so do a lot of players who are distractions. What if all the players on the field acted out their own little drama on a regular basis? It would detract from the game.

    • Northpaw

      ”What if all the players on the field acted out their own little drama on a regular basis? It would detract from the game.”

      Like they don’t now? What do you call the conga line of love bestowed upon the “gay” basketball player’s coming out party? Or the “acting out” by off field
      violence, drug addiction and suicidal players of recent vintage? Tebow credits
      his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for all his success and that is to be
      discouraged? Give me a break!

    • Northpaw

      ”What if all the players on the field acted out their own little drama on a regular basis? It would detract from the game.”

      Like they don’t now? What do you call the conga line of love bestowed upon the “gay” basketball player’s coming out party? Or the “acting out” by off field
      violence, drug addiction and suicidal players of recent vintage? Tebow credits
      his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for all his success and that is to be
      discouraged? Give me a break!

    • Northpaw

      ”What if all the players on the field acted out their own little drama on a regular basis? It would detract from the game.”

      Like they don’t now? What do you call the conga line of love bestowed upon the “gay” basketball player’s coming out party? Or the “acting out” by off field
      violence, drug addiction and suicidal players of recent vintage? Tebow credits
      his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for all his success and that is to be
      discouraged? Give me a break!

    • Northpaw

      ”What if all the players on the field acted out their own little drama on a regular basis? It would detract from the game.”

      Like they don’t now? What do you call the conga line of love bestowed upon the “gay” basketball player’s coming out party? Or the “acting out” by off field
      violence, drug addiction and suicidal players of recent vintage? Tebow credits
      his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for all his success and that is to be
      discouraged? Give me a break!

  • NvBlue1

    This article was spot on for hard-core Christians. Tebow has a problem because he isn’t that good and he causes distractions wherever he goes. Granted, he’s just doing his thing, but its still distracting. Why don’t we leave religion where it belongs, which is not on the playing field. Maybe he IS getting black-balled, but so do a lot of players who are distractions. What if all the players on the field acted out their own little drama on a regular basis? It would detract from the game.

  • NvBlue1

    This article was spot on for hard-core Christians. Tebow has a problem because he isn’t that good and he causes distractions wherever he goes. Granted, he’s just doing his thing, but its still distracting. Why don’t we leave religion where it belongs, which is not on the playing field. Maybe he IS getting black-balled, but so do a lot of players who are distractions. What if all the players on the field acted out their own little drama on a regular basis? It would detract from the game.

  • NvBlue1

    This article was spot on for hard-core Christians. Tebow has a problem because he isn’t that good and he causes distractions wherever he goes. Granted, he’s just doing his thing, but its still distracting. Why don’t we leave religion where it belongs, which is not on the playing field. Maybe he IS getting black-balled, but so do a lot of players who are distractions. What if all the players on the field acted out their own little drama on a regular basis? It would detract from the game.

  • Timeout

    Tebow was hated because he’s a good man, but let’s be honest, he’s not the best QB out there.

  • Timeout

    Tebow was hated because he’s a good man, but let’s be honest, he’s not the best QB out there.

  • Timeout

    Tebow was hated because he’s a good man, but let’s be honest, he’s not the best QB out there.

  • Terrence Cooke

    I think one of the biggest turn offs of having Tim Tebow on your team is the media firestorm that comes w/him, which obviously is not his fault. A head coach has enough to worry about week in and week out w/o the added burden of answering every single Tebow question from the media. For his skill set, or lack thereof, it just isn’t worth dealing with from any NFL teams’ point of view.

  • Terrence Cooke

    I think one of the biggest turn offs of having Tim Tebow on your team is the media firestorm that comes w/him, which obviously is not his fault. A head coach has enough to worry about week in and week out w/o the added burden of answering every single Tebow question from the media. For his skill set, or lack thereof, it just isn’t worth dealing with from any NFL teams’ point of view.

  • Terrence Cooke

    I think one of the biggest turn offs of having Tim Tebow on your team is the media firestorm that comes w/him, which obviously is not his fault. A head coach has enough to worry about week in and week out w/o the added burden of answering every single Tebow question from the media. For his skill set, or lack thereof, it just isn’t worth dealing with from any NFL teams’ point of view.

  • Lowell Tyler

    yes, one of the ‘experts’ dissing tebow the other day on sirius nfl radio. going on and on about how horrid numbers tebow had in the games in denver, how his only plus was clutch performance. 2 wks ago, the same guy was talking about how romo has great numbers, but the great qb’s can perform in the clutch…which is it? dilfer and johnson won superbowls with very average numbers, and neither were great in the clutch, they just didn’t make mistakes. until tebow starts losing games, he is still better than any team’s qb with a 7-9 record or worse.

  • Lowell Tyler

    yes, one of the ‘experts’ dissing tebow the other day on sirius nfl radio. going on and on about how horrid numbers tebow had in the games in denver, how his only plus was clutch performance. 2 wks ago, the same guy was talking about how romo has great numbers, but the great qb’s can perform in the clutch…which is it? dilfer and johnson won superbowls with very average numbers, and neither were great in the clutch, they just didn’t make mistakes. until tebow starts losing games, he is still better than any team’s qb with a 7-9 record or worse.

  • Lowell Tyler

    yes, one of the ‘experts’ dissing tebow the other day on sirius nfl radio. going on and on about how horrid numbers tebow had in the games in denver, how his only plus was clutch performance. 2 wks ago, the same guy was talking about how romo has great numbers, but the great qb’s can perform in the clutch…which is it? dilfer and johnson won superbowls with very average numbers, and neither were great in the clutch, they just didn’t make mistakes. until tebow starts losing games, he is still better than any team’s qb with a 7-9 record or worse.

  • matt

    Well said, thank you!

  • matt

    Well said, thank you!

  • matt

    Well said, thank you!

  • Snoots

    Everyone should read the article “Why are Americans so easily manipulated?” Tells how media…advertising…etc. are telling us how, what, when, where, and why to live! Tebow never had a chance with the media. THEY decided his fate…sad but true.

  • Snoots

    Everyone should read the article “Why are Americans so easily manipulated?” Tells how media…advertising…etc. are telling us how, what, when, where, and why to live! Tebow never had a chance with the media. THEY decided his fate…sad but true.

  • Snoots

    Everyone should read the article “Why are Americans so easily manipulated?” Tells how media…advertising…etc. are telling us how, what, when, where, and why to live! Tebow never had a chance with the media. THEY decided his fate…sad but true.

  • Lowell Tyler

    p.s., how many athletes, when asked about a performance by the media after the game, first thank god for their abilities and opportunities. how many of them were dissed for those comments? yet, tebow thanks god, and he’s an idiot.

  • Lowell Tyler

    p.s., how many athletes, when asked about a performance by the media after the game, first thank god for their abilities and opportunities. how many of them were dissed for those comments? yet, tebow thanks god, and he’s an idiot.

  • Neutral

    I don’t think anyone hates Tebow for his faith, I think it’s his shot to fame while being a mediocre quarterback and his obnoxious posing. I don’t care one way or another, but I do hate how The Jets treated him and pretty much torpedoed his career,

  • Neutral

    I don’t think anyone hates Tebow for his faith, I think it’s his shot to fame while being a mediocre quarterback and his obnoxious posing. I don’t care one way or another, but I do hate how The Jets treated him and pretty much torpedoed his career,

  • Neutral

    I don’t think anyone hates Tebow for his faith, I think it’s his shot to fame while being a mediocre quarterback and his obnoxious posing. I don’t care one way or another, but I do hate how The Jets treated him and pretty much torpedoed his career,

  • Biggun

    No Place for Mediocrity in the NFL !!! You Had a Nice Run Timbo But Its Over !!!!! Deal With IT !!!!

  • Biggun

    No Place for Mediocrity in the NFL !!! You Had a Nice Run Timbo But Its Over !!!!! Deal With IT !!!!

  • Biggun

    No Place for Mediocrity in the NFL !!! You Had a Nice Run Timbo But Its Over !!!!! Deal With IT !!!!

  • Biggun

    No Place for Mediocrity in the NFL !!! You Had a Nice Run Timbo But Its Over !!!!! Deal With IT !!!!

  • Neutral

    Oh, and no one hates Sarah Palin for her “virtue”, it’s her hypocrisy and lack of character that people respond negatively to.

  • Neutral

    Oh, and no one hates Sarah Palin for her “virtue”, it’s her hypocrisy and lack of character that people respond negatively to.

  • Neutral

    Oh, and no one hates Sarah Palin for her “virtue”, it’s her hypocrisy and lack of character that people respond negatively to.

  • Neutral

    Oh, and no one hates Sarah Palin for her “virtue”, it’s her hypocrisy and lack of character that people respond negatively to.

  • docfount

    This entire situation with Tebow makes me ill. He deserves better treatment that he has received. He possesses character which is extremely rare in the NFL.. Being gay has received more positive press than being Christian. Tebow will be successful in life because he is a good man. Shame on the NFL and press for their continuous display of criticism of a man with morals and values.

  • docfount

    This entire situation with Tebow makes me ill. He deserves better treatment that he has received. He possesses character which is extremely rare in the NFL.. Being gay has received more positive press than being Christian. Tebow will be successful in life because he is a good man. Shame on the NFL and press for their continuous display of criticism of a man with morals and values.

  • docfount

    This entire situation with Tebow makes me ill. He deserves better treatment that he has received. He possesses character which is extremely rare in the NFL.. Being gay has received more positive press than being Christian. Tebow will be successful in life because he is a good man. Shame on the NFL and press for their continuous display of criticism of a man with morals and values.

  • docfount

    This entire situation with Tebow makes me ill. He deserves better treatment that he has received. He possesses character which is extremely rare in the NFL.. Being gay has received more positive press than being Christian. Tebow will be successful in life because he is a good man. Shame on the NFL and press for their continuous display of criticism of a man with morals and values.

  • religiousity

    The religion gene is connected to the delusion gene….which is connected to the crazy as a syphilitic pope gene.

  • religiousity

    The religion gene is connected to the delusion gene….which is connected to the crazy as a syphilitic pope gene.

  • religiousity

    The religion gene is connected to the delusion gene….which is connected to the crazy as a syphilitic pope gene.

  • religiousity

    The religion gene is connected to the delusion gene….which is connected to the crazy as a syphilitic pope gene.

  • Ray R

    This is who I gave up on the NFL 10 years ago. At least College ball is on the level. If he killed dogs for a living they would make him a super star.

  • Ray R

    This is who I gave up on the NFL 10 years ago. At least College ball is on the level. If he killed dogs for a living they would make him a super star.

  • Ray R

    This is who I gave up on the NFL 10 years ago. At least College ball is on the level. If he killed dogs for a living they would make him a super star.

  • LennyB

    None of us ‘hate’ Tim Tebow! He is wonderful young man. You ‘Liberal basher’ have it all wrong! He just doesn’t have the ‘arm’ that makes it in the NFL!

  • LennyB

    None of us ‘hate’ Tim Tebow! He is wonderful young man. You ‘Liberal basher’ have it all wrong! He just doesn’t have the ‘arm’ that makes it in the NFL!

  • LennyB

    None of us ‘hate’ Tim Tebow! He is wonderful young man. You ‘Liberal basher’ have it all wrong! He just doesn’t have the ‘arm’ that makes it in the NFL!

  • LennyB

    None of us ‘hate’ Tim Tebow! He is wonderful young man. You ‘Liberal basher’ have it all wrong! He just doesn’t have the ‘arm’ that makes it in the NFL!

  • walrob1085

    Satan at work….Tebow is being crucified for his beliefs for his courage to show his faith in public and not being ashamed of his Christianity. Stay strong Tim, you will be rewarded by God and that’s worth anything this cruel world puts you through..

  • walrob1085

    Satan at work….Tebow is being crucified for his beliefs for his courage to show his faith in public and not being ashamed of his Christianity. Stay strong Tim, you will be rewarded by God and that’s worth anything this cruel world puts you through..

  • WilmaWonka

    I disagree. Although Tebow has some skill, the reason NFL teams are afraid is because of his fans. No NFL team wants to be told who to play. Any NFL team who picks up this guy will be faced with relentless pressure from fans to put him. They will not be satisfied to see him sit on the bench. Then, there goes their game plan.
    Also, if you put him in and he doesnt deliver, when you DO him bench him, what happens? You get pressure from fans because of losing and critique because you picked him up in the first place.
    His fans are his biggest problem right now and its not hatred by the NFL. Its fear.

  • WilmaWonka

    I disagree. Although Tebow has some skill, the reason NFL teams are afraid is because of his fans. No NFL team wants to be told who to play. Any NFL team who picks up this guy will be faced with relentless pressure from fans to put him. They will not be satisfied to see him sit on the bench. Then, there goes their game plan.
    Also, if you put him in and he doesnt deliver, when you DO him bench him, what happens? You get pressure from fans because of losing and critique because you picked him up in the first place.
    His fans are his biggest problem right now and its not hatred by the NFL. Its fear.

  • discogeek

    Funny how about 98% of you rushing to Teebow’s defense look like you have no clue what a football looks like.

  • BlackPot

    It’s not Tebow I dislike, it’s the Christian army of fans like this author and many of commentators I can’t stand. Tebow was lucky not good in Denver. Until Tebow I’d never seen a NFL QB throw 10 yards in from of recovers on regular basis. He’s just not that good. Could he get better? Yes. If he didn’t have the baggage of his fans would he make a good backup and learn the NFL a bit better? Yes! But no teams wants to deal this fan base. His own fans have caused him to be blackballed nothing else.

  • BlackPot

    It’s not Tebow I dislike, it’s the Christian army of fans like this author and many of commentators I can’t stand. Tebow was lucky not good in Denver. Until Tebow I’d never seen a NFL QB throw 10 yards in from of recovers on regular basis. He’s just not that good. Could he get better? Yes. If he didn’t have the baggage of his fans would he make a good backup and learn the NFL a bit better? Yes! But no teams wants to deal this fan base. His own fans have caused him to be blackballed nothing else.

  • Brad Butler

    This article was a breath of fresh air. Finally, a sports writer willing to tell the truth. You don’t have to be a Tebow fan to see the ugly reality of a politically correct “chattering class” frothing at the mouth because Tim is a devout Christian. I would love too see him go to Seattle. That is an exciting team, with an exciting young starting quarterback. If Seattle picked him up, they would become my second favorite team in the league.

  • Crystal Clear

    Hey John, Im sorry but I assure you– her “virtue” has nothing to do with why I despise Palin.

  • Crystal Clear

    Hey John, Im sorry but I assure you– her “virtue” has nothing to do with why I despise Palin.

  • Crystal Clear

    Hey John, Im sorry but I assure you– her “virtue” has nothing to do with why I despise Palin.

  • Crystal Clear

    Hey John, Im sorry but I assure you– her “virtue” has nothing to do with why I despise Palin.

  • johnny

    One thing about it, he stands for what is Godly, morally right and won’t back down for his christian faith. I think this tells it all and Tim Tebow will go down in history as one who stood the tests, ran the race and will be the final victor in the end. They trashed him because he was a christian and thats sad for the world of sports. If he had been of another religion this would never have happened. But Mr Tebo I say KUDOS to you SIR for you stood for Jesus Christ in the fact of adversity and hate in a world that hates Jesus. GO STRONG TEBOW – YOU’RE THE BEST

  • johnny

    One thing about it, he stands for what is Godly, morally right and won’t back down for his christian faith. I think this tells it all and Tim Tebow will go down in history as one who stood the tests, ran the race and will be the final victor in the end. They trashed him because he was a christian and thats sad for the world of sports. If he had been of another religion this would never have happened. But Mr Tebo I say KUDOS to you SIR for you stood for Jesus Christ in the fact of adversity and hate in a world that hates Jesus. GO STRONG TEBOW – YOU’RE THE BEST

  • KRN400

    It has been prophesied long ago in Holy Scripture that this sort of thing will happen to committed Christians more and more prior to the Second Coming and the Last Judgment. The term post-Christian doesn’t really apply. We are in the “Tribulation” period. The liberal elite are clueless about this.

  • KRN400

    It has been prophesied long ago in Holy Scripture that this sort of thing will happen to committed Christians more and more prior to the Second Coming and the Last Judgment. The term post-Christian doesn’t really apply. We are in the “Tribulation” period. The liberal elite are clueless about this.

  • KRN400

    It has been prophesied long ago in Holy Scripture that this sort of thing will happen to committed Christians more and more prior to the Second Coming and the Last Judgment. The term post-Christian doesn’t really apply. We are in the “Tribulation” period. The liberal elite are clueless about this.

  • Yonit Astmann

    I live in Denver, am Jewish and never watched football, except for Super Bowl until Tim T started to play. Anyone who dislikes him because of his religion is an idiot. He has an interesting persona which draws people to him, even someone who had no interest in the game. I am still watching Peyton play. Tim deserves another chance.

  • Yonit Astmann

    I live in Denver, am Jewish and never watched football, except for Super Bowl until Tim T started to play. Anyone who dislikes him because of his religion is an idiot. He has an interesting persona which draws people to him, even someone who had no interest in the game. I am still watching Peyton play. Tim deserves another chance.

  • Yonit Astmann

    I live in Denver, am Jewish and never watched football, except for Super Bowl until Tim T started to play. Anyone who dislikes him because of his religion is an idiot. He has an interesting persona which draws people to him, even someone who had no interest in the game. I am still watching Peyton play. Tim deserves another chance.

  • LRobertson

    I remember my high school Biology teacher saying this to me over and over. LeAnn you’re a good kid, there’s just no demand for good kids!!! He’s right. Shame on the media for encouraging the disenfranchisement of Tim Tebow. He has my support!!!

  • LRobertson

    I remember my high school Biology teacher saying this to me over and over. LeAnn you’re a good kid, there’s just no demand for good kids!!! He’s right. Shame on the media for encouraging the disenfranchisement of Tim Tebow. He has my support!!!

  • Lana Hainsworth

    Humanity is the USA has gone criminal. The good guys are losing and the bad guys are winning! Christians in every career are suffering either losing their jobs–or suffering “Work-Place Bullying!”
    Unfortunately—people would rather hire the criminal element!
    If you are white and Christian, you will be black-balled!

  • M. E. Story

    Finally–something to read that is accurate, well written and worthwhile! Tim Tebow has been a shining example of what is right in this country and one of the few players left that can be considered a positive role model for today’s youth.

    Thank you for making my day!

  • yahoo

    All right John – way to tell it like it is. Had never seen the Sanchez butt fumble – thanks so much for revealing it to me – will be looking and listening to your broadcasts – enjoyed this very much – your brother in Christ – R.W.F
    razier

  • yahoo

    All right John – way to tell it like it is. Had never seen the Sanchez butt fumble – thanks so much for revealing it to me – will be looking and listening to your broadcasts – enjoyed this very much – your brother in Christ – R.W.F
    razier

  • James Smith

    I dont think washington would be a good coaching fit. San fran coach harbough would try and change tebows mechanics though somewhat an intriguing situation if they didnt have a stud of a QB. He would likely get blackballed there. Seattle with coach carroll maybe not certain. I think tebow needs a team that would let him be him. There is no team willing. He can play but organizations that need him are losers for a reason, no patience, quick to fire staff, high player turnover, and, just outright dysfunctional. Winning teams dont want him because they already winning so they dont feel they need him. Maybe he can go to NFL europe?

    I know because of his brand he is going to try to exhaust all of his Pro NFL options before looking into other Football option if he even ever decides to play football again. This reminds me of the story of Maury Wills. MAury was in minor league baseball for 8 years under Dodgers player development. Then one year the Dodgers 1st basemen got injured. They scoured all over the place looking for a first baseman when they had one right in their backyard. Upper management was told Maury could be their first baseman and managment scoffed. “He been around for years”. Eventually they gave in and the rest is baseball history.

    Tebow is is the equivalent of NFL gold but the NFL miners are looking elsewhere.

  • Gerry

    I think that a lot of folks are seeing with their hearts and not their eyes. Tim Tebow may be the nicest man on earth, but he does not have sufficient quarterbacking skills to succeed in the NFL.

  • Gerry

    I think that a lot of folks are seeing with their hearts and not their eyes. Tim Tebow may be the nicest man on earth, but he does not have sufficient quarterbacking skills to succeed in the NFL.

  • Gerry

    I think that a lot of folks are seeing with their hearts and not their eyes. Tim Tebow may be the nicest man on earth, but he does not have sufficient quarterbacking skills to succeed in the NFL.

  • BronxSincerity

    It’s called the Arena League

    Where quarterbacks that can’t throw can play.

  • BronxSincerity

    It’s called the Arena League

    Where quarterbacks that can’t throw can play.

  • greg60

    I guess his imaginary friend,this god person,doesn’t have his back..God bless,lmfao

    • Gerry

      God is only imaginary to those who refuse to see. His existence can be shown even by using science. The first law of thermodynamics is that energy (including matter) can neither be created nor destroyed. A law of science that is beyond question. That means that everything in the entire universe has always existed. Well, where did it come from? There’s only one possible answer — God.

      • Jay Neely

        Unfortunately, your argument is invalid. If god is eternal within the system, then everything else can exist eternally(potentially), independent of god, but at the same time, on the level of ‘god’. If god is not eternal, nor internal to the system, than something else ‘made’ god.

        By stating the scientific law : energy can be neither created, nor destroyed(paraphrasing), and then making the assumption that god made it, you are removing god from an eternal view, as something would have had to have made him, to allow him to make energy, the planets and people.

        I am agnostic, but I do respect viewpoints that are valid on religion, among other subjects. I have many friends from various religions, and I will never impose my beliefs onto them, nor they onto me, but we do talk about theology from time to time.

        We also talk about football. Tim Tebow was a good college quarterback, and could start in a few markets, under the right conditions. This is the same reasoning I have from starting QBs, and even Superbowl winning quarterbacks, Big Ben, Flacco, Eli Manning and Drew Brees. However, I think Tebow simply got the boot, because he wasn’t what Denver wanted in the end (a throwing QB), and the Jets never used his talents, even though they intentionally went after him. He could’ve been a great quarterback in Jacksonville at the time, or even Tennessee…the division is tough, but the system would’ve allowed for him to excel.

        I have zero problem with Tebow as a person, with his beliefs, nor even his play. In all seriousness, and saying this unbiased as possible, that is a man children should look up to in the professional sports world, and parents should remind their sons and daughters of core values relating to Tebow, no matter the religion. However, your argument is flawed, and a large number of assumptions as to Tebow, his play and reasons behind his dismissal, and this article, are incorrect.

        And one other thing, just to let you know I’m not a left-wing nut, Sarah Palin is categorized as being an idiot, not because of her christian views (a lot of Senators and Reps are Christians), nor because of her political views, it’s because she was as stupid in 2008 as Al Gore was a weakling in 2000 and John Kerry was a push-over and a goofball in 2004. Take any other Christian politician with a bigger brain in 2008, that the party would have vetted someone 8000 times better than Palin, and McCain would’ve won (I liked him anyway, still do).

        • Northpaw

          The uncaused first cause, the sticking point to unbelievers
          yet the clincher to some like G Gordon Liddy who maintains that his own atheism was defeated by that very phenomenon.

          The universe cannot be both eternal and
          deteriorating. The universe does end somewhere, it is not eternal and without limits, it is part of creation; only the Creator is limitless and eternal.

          One example that intrigued me was if someone held and ice-cream cone in his hand and said this always existed you’d know it was a lie because if it always existed it would have melted at some point, everything is deteriorating goes
          the second law of thermodynamics. This same principle underlies the concept that the universe cannot be eternal because if it was, the second law of thermodynamics would have meant that the universe could not possibly still be in existence.

        • Northpaw

          The uncaused first cause, the sticking point to unbelievers
          yet the clincher to some like G Gordon Liddy who maintains that his own atheism was defeated by that very phenomenon.

          The universe cannot be both eternal and
          deteriorating. The universe does end somewhere, it is not eternal and without limits, it is part of creation; only the Creator is limitless and eternal.

          One example that intrigued me was if someone held and ice-cream cone in his hand and said this always existed you’d know it was a lie because if it always existed it would have melted at some point, everything is deteriorating goes
          the second law of thermodynamics. This same principle underlies the concept that the universe cannot be eternal because if it was, the second law of thermodynamics would have meant that the universe could not possibly still be in existence.

        • Northpaw

          The uncaused first cause, the sticking point to unbelievers
          yet the clincher to some like G Gordon Liddy who maintains that his own atheism was defeated by that very phenomenon.

          The universe cannot be both eternal and
          deteriorating. The universe does end somewhere, it is not eternal and without limits, it is part of creation; only the Creator is limitless and eternal.

          One example that intrigued me was if someone held and ice-cream cone in his hand and said this always existed you’d know it was a lie because if it always existed it would have melted at some point, everything is deteriorating goes
          the second law of thermodynamics. This same principle underlies the concept that the universe cannot be eternal because if it was, the second law of thermodynamics would have meant that the universe could not possibly still be in existence.

        • Northpaw

          The uncaused first cause, the sticking point to unbelievers
          yet the clincher to some like G Gordon Liddy who maintains that his own atheism was defeated by that very phenomenon.

          The universe cannot be both eternal and
          deteriorating. The universe does end somewhere, it is not eternal and without limits, it is part of creation; only the Creator is limitless and eternal.

          One example that intrigued me was if someone held and ice-cream cone in his hand and said this always existed you’d know it was a lie because if it always existed it would have melted at some point, everything is deteriorating goes
          the second law of thermodynamics. This same principle underlies the concept that the universe cannot be eternal because if it was, the second law of thermodynamics would have meant that the universe could not possibly still be in existence.

      • Jay Neely

        Unfortunately, your argument is invalid. If god is eternal within the system, then everything else can exist eternally(potentially), independent of god, but at the same time, on the level of ‘god’. If god is not eternal, nor internal to the system, than something else ‘made’ god.

        By stating the scientific law : energy can be neither created, nor destroyed(paraphrasing), and then making the assumption that god made it, you are removing god from an eternal view, as something would have had to have made him, to allow him to make energy, the planets and people.

        I am agnostic, but I do respect viewpoints that are valid on religion, among other subjects. I have many friends from various religions, and I will never impose my beliefs onto them, nor they onto me, but we do talk about theology from time to time.

        We also talk about football. Tim Tebow was a good college quarterback, and could start in a few markets, under the right conditions. This is the same reasoning I have from starting QBs, and even Superbowl winning quarterbacks, Big Ben, Flacco, Eli Manning and Drew Brees. However, I think Tebow simply got the boot, because he wasn’t what Denver wanted in the end (a throwing QB), and the Jets never used his talents, even though they intentionally went after him. He could’ve been a great quarterback in Jacksonville at the time, or even Tennessee…the division is tough, but the system would’ve allowed for him to excel.

        I have zero problem with Tebow as a person, with his beliefs, nor even his play. In all seriousness, and saying this unbiased as possible, that is a man children should look up to in the professional sports world, and parents should remind their sons and daughters of core values relating to Tebow, no matter the religion. However, your argument is flawed, and a large number of assumptions as to Tebow, his play and reasons behind his dismissal, and this article, are incorrect.

        And one other thing, just to let you know I’m not a left-wing nut, Sarah Palin is categorized as being an idiot, not because of her christian views (a lot of Senators and Reps are Christians), nor because of her political views, it’s because she was as stupid in 2008 as Al Gore was a weakling in 2000 and John Kerry was a push-over and a goofball in 2004. Take any other Christian politician with a bigger brain in 2008, that the party would have vetted someone 8000 times better than Palin, and McCain would’ve won (I liked him anyway, still do).

      • Jay Neely

        Unfortunately, your argument is invalid. If god is eternal within the system, then everything else can exist eternally(potentially), independent of god, but at the same time, on the level of ‘god’. If god is not eternal, nor internal to the system, than something else ‘made’ god.

        By stating the scientific law : energy can be neither created, nor destroyed(paraphrasing), and then making the assumption that god made it, you are removing god from an eternal view, as something would have had to have made him, to allow him to make energy, the planets and people.

        I am agnostic, but I do respect viewpoints that are valid on religion, among other subjects. I have many friends from various religions, and I will never impose my beliefs onto them, nor they onto me, but we do talk about theology from time to time.

        We also talk about football. Tim Tebow was a good college quarterback, and could start in a few markets, under the right conditions. This is the same reasoning I have from starting QBs, and even Superbowl winning quarterbacks, Big Ben, Flacco, Eli Manning and Drew Brees. However, I think Tebow simply got the boot, because he wasn’t what Denver wanted in the end (a throwing QB), and the Jets never used his talents, even though they intentionally went after him. He could’ve been a great quarterback in Jacksonville at the time, or even Tennessee…the division is tough, but the system would’ve allowed for him to excel.

        I have zero problem with Tebow as a person, with his beliefs, nor even his play. In all seriousness, and saying this unbiased as possible, that is a man children should look up to in the professional sports world, and parents should remind their sons and daughters of core values relating to Tebow, no matter the religion. However, your argument is flawed, and a large number of assumptions as to Tebow, his play and reasons behind his dismissal, and this article, are incorrect.

        And one other thing, just to let you know I’m not a left-wing nut, Sarah Palin is categorized as being an idiot, not because of her christian views (a lot of Senators and Reps are Christians), nor because of her political views, it’s because she was as stupid in 2008 as Al Gore was a weakling in 2000 and John Kerry was a push-over and a goofball in 2004. Take any other Christian politician with a bigger brain in 2008, that the party would have vetted someone 8000 times better than Palin, and McCain would’ve won (I liked him anyway, still do).

    • Gerry

      God is only imaginary to those who refuse to see. His existence can be shown even by using science. The first law of thermodynamics is that energy (including matter) can neither be created nor destroyed. A law of science that is beyond question. That means that everything in the entire universe has always existed. Well, where did it come from? There’s only one possible answer — God.

    • Gerry

      God is only imaginary to those who refuse to see. His existence can be shown even by using science. The first law of thermodynamics is that energy (including matter) can neither be created nor destroyed. A law of science that is beyond question. That means that everything in the entire universe has always existed. Well, where did it come from? There’s only one possible answer — God.

  • greg60

    I guess his imaginary friend,this god person,doesn’t have his back..God bless,lmfao

  • GetReal

    Regarding John Kirkwood, people are seldom apologetic for their childhood indoctrination regardless of the religion or the delusions and willful ignorance it may require.

    Appeasing ones emotional fears is paramount for the majority. Thousands of gods, many different religions and different beliefs amongst those religions, and they all think they’ve got it right…getreal.

  • GetReal

    Regarding John Kirkwood, people are seldom apologetic for their childhood indoctrination regardless of the religion or the delusions and willful ignorance it may require.

    Appeasing ones emotional fears is paramount for the majority. Thousands of gods, many different religions and different beliefs amongst those religions, and they all think they’ve got it right…getreal.

  • GetReal

    Regarding John Kirkwood, people are seldom apologetic for their childhood indoctrination regardless of the religion or the delusions and willful ignorance it may require.

    Appeasing ones emotional fears is paramount for the majority. Thousands of gods, many different religions and different beliefs amongst those religions, and they all think they’ve got it right…getreal.

  • GetReal

    Regarding John Kirkwood, people are seldom apologetic for their childhood indoctrination regardless of the religion or the delusions and willful ignorance it may require.

    Appeasing ones emotional fears is paramount for the majority. Thousands of gods, many different religions and different beliefs amongst those religions, and they all think they’ve got it right…getreal.

  • DickPeligro

    Hold on a second, John — you’re entitled to all of your views, and I respect your religious views and patriotism, but speaking as a Catholic schoolboy and proud Navy veteran, one of your reductive, shoot-from-the-hip mischaracterizations of those with whom you disagree deserves to be challenged. Sarah Palin is disrespected by me and many others not for her ostensible “virtue” (isn’t honoring a commitment to Alaska voters to serve as governor for a full term, versus bailing out when things got a bit rocky, a virtue? Karl Rove, to name just one, would certainly say so — and has).

    But I digress. I (and many others) despise Palin for her ignorance, of which she (along with many of her fans) is perversely proud. One example, among others: I was stunned, after her VP nomination, to learn that she didn’t know even why there were two Koreas — North & South. She was blissfully unaware of the Korean War, which has technically never ended, and even then she couldn’t keep straight which one was the enemy! For someone who aspired to be a heartbeat away from the most important job in the world, and coming from a governor of a state bordering the Pacific & literally facing East Asia, this was unbelievable — an international embarrassment (although I sense you don’t much care what other countries may think of us & our politicians) and quite frankly, scandalous. This, of course, comes from a person who attended, I believe, five different colleges to complete a two-year degree in sports journalism (which, of course, she’s never really practiced). Even her own father said she majored in partying while attending school in Hawaii, only leaving because there were too many of what you euphemistically refer to as “hyphenated Americans” to suit her (you know, like perhaps those of Korean ancestry…).

    Oh, yeah … one other thing — football. While collegiate football is congenial to quarterbacks who run better than they throw, the hammerings they would receive from massive NFL defensive lineman and the smothering pursuit of spooky-fast pro linebackers (far better than those generally found in, say, the SEC) means they’d better be able to adapt to a pro game that is all about passing (e.g.Michael Vick).

    Your reference to Al Davis, who was all about the vertical game, makes me think of his most famous aphorism: “Just win, baby.” Pro football is a business, and a pretty cold one, at that. Production is what matters, and if a quarterback gets the job done, he plays — regardless of his religion, politics, or lifestyle. If he doesn’t consistently march his team downfield, he doesn’t play. Period.

    As for the so-called “liberal media” (like, for example, FOX News?), I didn’t see anybody (other than professional football coaches, and what do THEY know, anyhow?) denigrating Tebow. Quite the opposite. In much the same manner that ESPN, et al, are determined to foist Danica Patrick (who hasn’t actually won anything in a long time) on us for what she represents to feminists, so too was Tebow fawned over for what he represents to fundamentalist Christians.

  • DickPeligro

    Hold on a second, John — you’re entitled to all of your views, and I respect your religious views and patriotism, but speaking as a Catholic schoolboy and proud Navy veteran, one of your reductive, shoot-from-the-hip mischaracterizations of those with whom you disagree deserves to be challenged. Sarah Palin is disrespected by me and many others not for her ostensible “virtue” (isn’t honoring a commitment to Alaska voters to serve as governor for a full term, versus bailing out when things got a bit rocky, a virtue? Karl Rove, to name just one, would certainly say so — and has).

    But I digress. I (and many others) despise Palin for her ignorance, of which she (along with many of her fans) is perversely proud. One example, among others: I was stunned, after her VP nomination, to learn that she didn’t know even why there were two Koreas — North & South. She was blissfully unaware of the Korean War, which has technically never ended, and even then she couldn’t keep straight which one was the enemy! For someone who aspired to be a heartbeat away from the most important job in the world, and coming from a governor of a state bordering the Pacific & literally facing East Asia, this was unbelievable — an international embarrassment (although I sense you don’t much care what other countries may think of us & our politicians) and quite frankly, scandalous. This, of course, comes from a person who attended, I believe, five different colleges to complete a two-year degree in sports journalism (which, of course, she’s never really practiced). Even her own father said she majored in partying while attending school in Hawaii, only leaving because there were too many of what you euphemistically refer to as “hyphenated Americans” to suit her (you know, like perhaps those of Korean ancestry…).

    Oh, yeah … one other thing — football. While collegiate football is congenial to quarterbacks who run better than they throw, the hammerings they would receive from massive NFL defensive lineman and the smothering pursuit of spooky-fast pro linebackers (far better than those generally found in, say, the SEC) means they’d better be able to adapt to a pro game that is all about passing (e.g.Michael Vick).

    Your reference to Al Davis, who was all about the vertical game, makes me think of his most famous aphorism: “Just win, baby.” Pro football is a business, and a pretty cold one, at that. Production is what matters, and if a quarterback gets the job done, he plays — regardless of his religion, politics, or lifestyle. If he doesn’t consistently march his team downfield, he doesn’t play. Period.

    As for the so-called “liberal media” (like, for example, FOX News?), I didn’t see anybody (other than professional football coaches, and what do THEY know, anyhow?) denigrating Tebow. Quite the opposite. In much the same manner that ESPN, et al, are determined to foist Danica Patrick (who hasn’t actually won anything in a long time) on us for what she represents to feminists, so too was Tebow fawned over for what he represents to fundamentalist Christians.

  • DickPeligro

    Hold on a second, John — you’re entitled to all of your views, and I respect your religious views and patriotism, but speaking as a Catholic schoolboy and proud Navy veteran, one of your reductive, shoot-from-the-hip mischaracterizations of those with whom you disagree deserves to be challenged. Sarah Palin is disrespected by me and many others not for her ostensible “virtue” (isn’t honoring a commitment to Alaska voters to serve as governor for a full term, versus bailing out when things got a bit rocky, a virtue? Karl Rove, to name just one, would certainly say so — and has).

    But I digress. I (and many others) despise Palin for her ignorance, of which she (along with many of her fans) is perversely proud. One example, among others: I was stunned, after her VP nomination, to learn that she didn’t know even why there were two Koreas — North & South. She was blissfully unaware of the Korean War, which has technically never ended, and even then she couldn’t keep straight which one was the enemy! For someone who aspired to be a heartbeat away from the most important job in the world, and coming from a governor of a state bordering the Pacific & literally facing East Asia, this was unbelievable — an international embarrassment (although I sense you don’t much care what other countries may think of us & our politicians) and quite frankly, scandalous. This, of course, comes from a person who attended, I believe, five different colleges to complete a two-year degree in sports journalism (which, of course, she’s never really practiced). Even her own father said she majored in partying while attending school in Hawaii, only leaving because there were too many of what you euphemistically refer to as “hyphenated Americans” to suit her (you know, like perhaps those of Korean ancestry…).

    Oh, yeah … one other thing — football. While collegiate football is congenial to quarterbacks who run better than they throw, the hammerings they would receive from massive NFL defensive lineman and the smothering pursuit of spooky-fast pro linebackers (far better than those generally found in, say, the SEC) means they’d better be able to adapt to a pro game that is all about passing (e.g.Michael Vick).

    Your reference to Al Davis, who was all about the vertical game, makes me think of his most famous aphorism: “Just win, baby.” Pro football is a business, and a pretty cold one, at that. Production is what matters, and if a quarterback gets the job done, he plays — regardless of his religion, politics, or lifestyle. If he doesn’t consistently march his team downfield, he doesn’t play. Period.

    As for the so-called “liberal media” (like, for example, FOX News?), I didn’t see anybody (other than professional football coaches, and what do THEY know, anyhow?) denigrating Tebow. Quite the opposite. In much the same manner that ESPN, et al, are determined to foist Danica Patrick (who hasn’t actually won anything in a long time) on us for what she represents to feminists, so too was Tebow fawned over for what he represents to fundamentalist Christians.

  • DickPeligro

    Hold on a second, John — you’re entitled to all of your views, and I respect your religious views and patriotism, but speaking as a Catholic schoolboy and proud Navy veteran, one of your reductive, shoot-from-the-hip mischaracterizations of those with whom you disagree deserves to be challenged. Sarah Palin is disrespected by me and many others not for her ostensible “virtue” (isn’t honoring a commitment to Alaska voters to serve as governor for a full term, versus bailing out when things got a bit rocky, a virtue? Karl Rove, to name just one, would certainly say so — and has).

    But I digress. I (and many others) despise Palin for her ignorance, of which she (along with many of her fans) is perversely proud. One example, among others: I was stunned, after her VP nomination, to learn that she didn’t know even why there were two Koreas — North & South. She was blissfully unaware of the Korean War, which has technically never ended, and even then she couldn’t keep straight which one was the enemy! For someone who aspired to be a heartbeat away from the most important job in the world, and coming from a governor of a state bordering the Pacific & literally facing East Asia, this was unbelievable — an international embarrassment (although I sense you don’t much care what other countries may think of us & our politicians) and quite frankly, scandalous. This, of course, comes from a person who attended, I believe, five different colleges to complete a two-year degree in sports journalism (which, of course, she’s never really practiced). Even her own father said she majored in partying while attending school in Hawaii, only leaving because there were too many of what you euphemistically refer to as “hyphenated Americans” to suit her (you know, like perhaps those of Korean ancestry…).

    Oh, yeah … one other thing — football. While collegiate football is congenial to quarterbacks who run better than they throw, the hammerings they would receive from massive NFL defensive lineman and the smothering pursuit of spooky-fast pro linebackers (far better than those generally found in, say, the SEC) means they’d better be able to adapt to a pro game that is all about passing (e.g.Michael Vick).

    Your reference to Al Davis, who was all about the vertical game, makes me think of his most famous aphorism: “Just win, baby.” Pro football is a business, and a pretty cold one, at that. Production is what matters, and if a quarterback gets the job done, he plays — regardless of his religion, politics, or lifestyle. If he doesn’t consistently march his team downfield, he doesn’t play. Period.

    As for the so-called “liberal media” (like, for example, FOX News?), I didn’t see anybody (other than professional football coaches, and what do THEY know, anyhow?) denigrating Tebow. Quite the opposite. In much the same manner that ESPN, et al, are determined to foist Danica Patrick (who hasn’t actually won anything in a long time) on us for what she represents to feminists, so too was Tebow fawned over for what he represents to fundamentalist Christians.

    • Northpaw

      Re your denigration of Sarah Palin’s supposed ignorance about Korea.

      I trust you were equally distressed when obama made similar misstatements, such
      as when he referred to Hawaii as being in Asia, invented the “Austrian”
      language, thoughtlessly said his low bowling score was “like Special Olympics,”

      affirmed that Sen. John McCain “has not talked about my Muslim faith,”
      mentioned he had been “in 57 states” with “one left to go,” or when he was
      honoring America’s “unbroken line of fallen heroes” on Memorial Day saying he
      could “see many of them in the audience here today.” For someone who aspired
      to be one heartbeat away from the most important job in the
      world, um make that the number one slot on the ticket of obama and BiteMe.

    • Northpaw

      Re your denigration of Sarah Palin’s supposed ignorance about Korea.

      I trust you were equally distressed when obama made similar misstatements, such
      as when he referred to Hawaii as being in Asia, invented the “Austrian”
      language, thoughtlessly said his low bowling score was “like Special Olympics,”

      affirmed that Sen. John McCain “has not talked about my Muslim faith,”
      mentioned he had been “in 57 states” with “one left to go,” or when he was
      honoring America’s “unbroken line of fallen heroes” on Memorial Day saying he
      could “see many of them in the audience here today.” For someone who aspired
      to be one heartbeat away from the most important job in the
      world, um make that the number one slot on the ticket of obama and BiteMe.

    • Northpaw

      Re your denigration of Sarah Palin’s supposed ignorance about Korea.

      I trust you were equally distressed when obama made similar misstatements, such
      as when he referred to Hawaii as being in Asia, invented the “Austrian”
      language, thoughtlessly said his low bowling score was “like Special Olympics,”

      affirmed that Sen. John McCain “has not talked about my Muslim faith,”
      mentioned he had been “in 57 states” with “one left to go,” or when he was
      honoring America’s “unbroken line of fallen heroes” on Memorial Day saying he
      could “see many of them in the audience here today.” For someone who aspired
      to be one heartbeat away from the most important job in the
      world, um make that the number one slot on the ticket of obama and BiteMe.

  • Steve-0

    This is funny, if Tebow is being blackballed by the NFL then I am too. If there is one thing we have in common is our inability to throw a football. Trust me, he’s not being blackballed because he loves god, or is a rah rah guy, it’s because he can’t play at that level.

  • Steve-0

    This is funny, if Tebow is being blackballed by the NFL then I am too. If there is one thing we have in common is our inability to throw a football. Trust me, he’s not being blackballed because he loves god, or is a rah rah guy, it’s because he can’t play at that level.

  • Steve-0

    This is funny, if Tebow is being blackballed by the NFL then I am too. If there is one thing we have in common is our inability to throw a football. Trust me, he’s not being blackballed because he loves god, or is a rah rah guy, it’s because he can’t play at that level.

  • Jon Moo

    Reggie White
    Steve Young
    Kurt Warner
    I’ll add Mariano Rivera cause he’s awesome
    ^
    All devout Christians
    For all those Tebowites whom say we hate because of his faith, and not the fact he’s a horrible quaterback

  • Jon Moo

    Reggie White
    Steve Young
    Kurt Warner
    I’ll add Mariano Rivera cause he’s awesome
    ^
    All devout Christians
    For all those Tebowites whom say we hate because of his faith, and not the fact he’s a horrible quaterback

  • Jon Moo

    Reggie White
    Steve Young
    Kurt Warner
    I’ll add Mariano Rivera cause he’s awesome
    ^
    All devout Christians
    For all those Tebowites whom say we hate because of his faith, and not the fact he’s a horrible quaterback

  • Jon Moo

    Reggie White
    Steve Young
    Kurt Warner
    I’ll add Mariano Rivera cause he’s awesome
    ^
    All devout Christians
    For all those Tebowites whom say we hate because of his faith, and not the fact he’s a horrible quaterback

  • Tim

    One of the best articles on the subject. It had me “rolling in the aisles” at points, and saddened at others.

  • Tim

    One of the best articles on the subject. It had me “rolling in the aisles” at points, and saddened at others.

  • Tim

    One of the best articles on the subject. It had me “rolling in the aisles” at points, and saddened at others.

  • Tim

    One of the best articles on the subject. It had me “rolling in the aisles” at points, and saddened at others.

  • whathefunpeople

    They did the same to Doug Flutie. The Jets are a mess and Kudos to the Broncos for moving Tim and getting value hopefully in a 4th and 6th round pick They spent a 1st round pick on Tim and won a playoff game at least

  • whathefunpeople

    They did the same to Doug Flutie. The Jets are a mess and Kudos to the Broncos for moving Tim and getting value hopefully in a 4th and 6th round pick They spent a 1st round pick on Tim and won a playoff game at least

  • whathefunpeople

    They did the same to Doug Flutie. The Jets are a mess and Kudos to the Broncos for moving Tim and getting value hopefully in a 4th and 6th round pick They spent a 1st round pick on Tim and won a playoff game at least

  • whathefunpeople

    They did the same to Doug Flutie. The Jets are a mess and Kudos to the Broncos for moving Tim and getting value hopefully in a 4th and 6th round pick They spent a 1st round pick on Tim and won a playoff game at least

  • nestrella

    blackball., tht’z y they made cell-phones., so they can connect around the league to close u out as a player., simple as tht., is’t a league so they call the shot’s.,

  • nestrella

    blackball., tht’z y they made cell-phones., so they can connect around the league to close u out as a player., simple as tht., is’t a league so they call the shot’s.,

  • Paul Crandall

    Finally A story that tells the truth about one of the greatest players to ever come out of the SEC and arguably the greatest player ever to suit up in Florida… Emmitt Smith might argue that. Anyway, Tim has had a raw deal from the Nationalized Football League… Just like Mitt Romney got a raw deal from the Nationalized Broadcasting Company that is NBC, and PMSNBC. This once great country called the United States of America is now divided on every front. It’s not about Tebow, it’s a bout a belief in Jesus Christ. Not Gawd… Anyone can say they worship Gawd.. But if you dare to mention that you are a followed of Christ, to the cross you go….

    Tim, I am your biggest fan buddy, and would buy season tickets in Jacksonville if the management would ever have faith in your abilities, but alas, this franchise is a waste of real estate and a waste of a really cool team logo….

    We’ve changed uniforms 4 times and changed coaches 3 times (Getting rid of a two time Superbowl winner and sure Hall of Famer in Coughlin), but until we put Jesus Christ first, this franchise is DOA…

    As Winston Churchhill said, Never Give Up! Tim… Keep fighting the good fight, because it is one worth fighting.

    • Jon Moo

      that’s why there are numerous professional athletes whom are very outspoken about their faith and especially christianity, and are still enormously popular with the fan base

      • Paul Crandall

        Um, very outspoken….. Who???? Ray Rice last year mentioned Jesus Christ as he was getting ready to retire… Reggie White, years ago, Who else is very outspoken,,,, Tebow prayed on the sidelines and the media went nuts…He wore eyeblack with a scripture verse and the NCAA banned it.. No one has ever been treated this way regarding their faith… No one -ever, other than Sara Palin, Mitt Romney and Jesus Christ… Please try and tell me how Sara Palin is not smart, and Mitt Romney was not generous… You liberals go after the easy target of Christians in the same way that the sick gunmen go after schools, because we have been told to love our neighbors… Well you know what, we in in the end, and some of us are fed up with it in the here and now….. Some of us do fight back with the pen and with the sword… I’ll defend with the pen and let Tebow defend his turf on the field… Are you man enough to go up against either one of us Jon Moo?

      • Paul Crandall

        Um, very outspoken….. Who???? Ray Rice last year mentioned Jesus Christ as he was getting ready to retire… Reggie White, years ago, Who else is very outspoken,,,, Tebow prayed on the sidelines and the media went nuts…He wore eyeblack with a scripture verse and the NCAA banned it.. No one has ever been treated this way regarding their faith… No one -ever, other than Sara Palin, Mitt Romney and Jesus Christ… Please try and tell me how Sara Palin is not smart, and Mitt Romney was not generous… You liberals go after the easy target of Christians in the same way that the sick gunmen go after schools, because we have been told to love our neighbors… Well you know what, we in in the end, and some of us are fed up with it in the here and now….. Some of us do fight back with the pen and with the sword… I’ll defend with the pen and let Tebow defend his turf on the field… Are you man enough to go up against either one of us Jon Moo?

      • Paul Crandall

        Um, very outspoken….. Who???? Ray Rice last year mentioned Jesus Christ as he was getting ready to retire… Reggie White, years ago, Who else is very outspoken,,,, Tebow prayed on the sidelines and the media went nuts…He wore eyeblack with a scripture verse and the NCAA banned it.. No one has ever been treated this way regarding their faith… No one -ever, other than Sara Palin, Mitt Romney and Jesus Christ… Please try and tell me how Sara Palin is not smart, and Mitt Romney was not generous… You liberals go after the easy target of Christians in the same way that the sick gunmen go after schools, because we have been told to love our neighbors… Well you know what, we in in the end, and some of us are fed up with it in the here and now….. Some of us do fight back with the pen and with the sword… I’ll defend with the pen and let Tebow defend his turf on the field… Are you man enough to go up against either one of us Jon Moo?

    • Jon Moo

      that’s why there are numerous professional athletes whom are very outspoken about their faith and especially christianity, and are still enormously popular with the fan base

    • Jon Moo

      that’s why there are numerous professional athletes whom are very outspoken about their faith and especially christianity, and are still enormously popular with the fan base

    • Jon Moo

      that’s why there are numerous professional athletes whom are very outspoken about their faith and especially christianity, and are still enormously popular with the fan base

  • Paul Crandall

    Finally A story that tells the truth about one of the greatest players to ever come out of the SEC and arguably the greatest player ever to suit up in Florida… Emmitt Smith might argue that. Anyway, Tim has had a raw deal from the Nationalized Football League… Just like Mitt Romney got a raw deal from the Nationalized Broadcasting Company that is NBC, and PMSNBC. This once great country called the United States of America is now divided on every front. It’s not about Tebow, it’s a bout a belief in Jesus Christ. Not Gawd… Anyone can say they worship Gawd.. But if you dare to mention that you are a followed of Christ, to the cross you go….

    Tim, I am your biggest fan buddy, and would buy season tickets in Jacksonville if the management would ever have faith in your abilities, but alas, this franchise is a waste of real estate and a waste of a really cool team logo….

    We’ve changed uniforms 4 times and changed coaches 3 times (Getting rid of a two time Superbowl winner and sure Hall of Famer in Coughlin), but until we put Jesus Christ first, this franchise is DOA…

    As Winston Churchhill said, Never Give Up! Tim… Keep fighting the good fight, because it is one worth fighting.

  • Paul Crandall

    Finally A story that tells the truth about one of the greatest players to ever come out of the SEC and arguably the greatest player ever to suit up in Florida… Emmitt Smith might argue that. Anyway, Tim has had a raw deal from the Nationalized Football League… Just like Mitt Romney got a raw deal from the Nationalized Broadcasting Company that is NBC, and PMSNBC. This once great country called the United States of America is now divided on every front. It’s not about Tebow, it’s a bout a belief in Jesus Christ. Not Gawd… Anyone can say they worship Gawd.. But if you dare to mention that you are a followed of Christ, to the cross you go….

    Tim, I am your biggest fan buddy, and would buy season tickets in Jacksonville if the management would ever have faith in your abilities, but alas, this franchise is a waste of real estate and a waste of a really cool team logo….

    We’ve changed uniforms 4 times and changed coaches 3 times (Getting rid of a two time Superbowl winner and sure Hall of Famer in Coughlin), but until we put Jesus Christ first, this franchise is DOA…

    As Winston Churchhill said, Never Give Up! Tim… Keep fighting the good fight, because it is one worth fighting.

  • Paul Crandall

    Finally A story that tells the truth about one of the greatest players to ever come out of the SEC and arguably the greatest player ever to suit up in Florida… Emmitt Smith might argue that. Anyway, Tim has had a raw deal from the Nationalized Football League… Just like Mitt Romney got a raw deal from the Nationalized Broadcasting Company that is NBC, and PMSNBC. This once great country called the United States of America is now divided on every front. It’s not about Tebow, it’s a bout a belief in Jesus Christ. Not Gawd… Anyone can say they worship Gawd.. But if you dare to mention that you are a followed of Christ, to the cross you go….

    Tim, I am your biggest fan buddy, and would buy season tickets in Jacksonville if the management would ever have faith in your abilities, but alas, this franchise is a waste of real estate and a waste of a really cool team logo….

    We’ve changed uniforms 4 times and changed coaches 3 times (Getting rid of a two time Superbowl winner and sure Hall of Famer in Coughlin), but until we put Jesus Christ first, this franchise is DOA…

    As Winston Churchhill said, Never Give Up! Tim… Keep fighting the good fight, because it is one worth fighting.

  • logicisn’tthedevil

    Mr. Kirkwood, the reason Tebow has been blackballed in the NFL isn’t because of his mechanics, or his character, it’s because of the media circus that surrounds him is detrimental to any team he is associated with. It hurt him with the Broncos, and it hurt him with the Jets. No team wants that kind of distraction, especially from a back-up quarterback.

    • jmchacon

      he didnt hurt Denver ,he beat the Steellers !!!

    • jmchacon

      he didnt hurt Denver ,he beat the Steellers !!!

    • jmchacon

      he didnt hurt Denver ,he beat the Steellers !!!

    • jmchacon

      he didnt hurt Denver ,he beat the Steellers !!!

  • logicisn’tthedevil

    Mr. Kirkwood, the reason Tebow has been blackballed in the NFL isn’t because of his mechanics, or his character, it’s because of the media circus that surrounds him is detrimental to any team he is associated with. It hurt him with the Broncos, and it hurt him with the Jets. No team wants that kind of distraction, especially from a back-up quarterback.

  • logicisn’tthedevil

    Mr. Kirkwood, the reason Tebow has been blackballed in the NFL isn’t because of his mechanics, or his character, it’s because of the media circus that surrounds him is detrimental to any team he is associated with. It hurt him with the Broncos, and it hurt him with the Jets. No team wants that kind of distraction, especially from a back-up quarterback.

  • logicisn’tthedevil

    Mr. Kirkwood, the reason Tebow has been blackballed in the NFL isn’t because of his mechanics, or his character, it’s because of the media circus that surrounds him is detrimental to any team he is associated with. It hurt him with the Broncos, and it hurt him with the Jets. No team wants that kind of distraction, especially from a back-up quarterback.

  • http://www.facebook.com/richardlee22307 Richard Ellis

    Blackballing would mean the whole league is working together to keep him out. I do not believe this is true, but rather there is no team that wants to bring in the media attention that comes with him. He is a good guy and does not deserve the negative talk he has received. With that he is not a good QB so disrupting a team would make no sense any of the franchises.

  • http://www.facebook.com/richardlee22307 Richard Ellis

    Blackballing would mean the whole league is working together to keep him out. I do not believe this is true, but rather there is no team that wants to bring in the media attention that comes with him. He is a good guy and does not deserve the negative talk he has received. With that he is not a good QB so disrupting a team would make no sense any of the franchises.

  • http://www.facebook.com/richardlee22307 Richard Ellis

    Blackballing would mean the whole league is working together to keep him out. I do not believe this is true, but rather there is no team that wants to bring in the media attention that comes with him. He is a good guy and does not deserve the negative talk he has received. With that he is not a good QB so disrupting a team would make no sense any of the franchises.

  • http://www.facebook.com/richardlee22307 Richard Ellis

    Blackballing would mean the whole league is working together to keep him out. I do not believe this is true, but rather there is no team that wants to bring in the media attention that comes with him. He is a good guy and does not deserve the negative talk he has received. With that he is not a good QB so disrupting a team would make no sense any of the franchises.

  • DaBearz

    Come to Chicago Tebow.. It be a great fit..

  • DaBearz

    Come to Chicago Tebow.. It be a great fit..

  • DaBearz

    Come to Chicago Tebow.. It be a great fit..

  • DaBearz

    Come to Chicago Tebow.. It be a great fit..

  • Bill Frazier

    Well Tim has God. Football is not his major God is

  • Bill Frazier

    Well Tim has God. Football is not his major God is

  • John Andrews

    About time someone in the press stuck up for the kid. Thanks! He has done nothing but been the best person he could be.. oh yeah.. and a Christian… WTF

  • John Andrews

    About time someone in the press stuck up for the kid. Thanks! He has done nothing but been the best person he could be.. oh yeah.. and a Christian… WTF

  • John Andrews

    About time someone in the press stuck up for the kid. Thanks! He has done nothing but been the best person he could be.. oh yeah.. and a Christian… WTF

  • John Andrews

    About time someone in the press stuck up for the kid. Thanks! He has done nothing but been the best person he could be.. oh yeah.. and a Christian… WTF

  • Bill McDonald

    Good article. The NFL does not want a player whose profile and personality are more highly regarded than the team. Elway and the Broncos were the vector for finding a fail safe method of de-Tebowing. Religion is not really favored by the NFL or the Sports Press. Al this pseudo expertise that defines Tebow as a poor Pro QB is so biased it smells. Tebow took a very bad non performing team with a lousy win loss record and helped them regain their confidence and get to the playoffs. He did not do that by emulating Peyton Manning in passing but he damn well did as good if not better in leadership. If I got the chance to coach and select between the super passer or a leader, the leader gets the job.

  • Bill McDonald

    Good article. The NFL does not want a player whose profile and personality are more highly regarded than the team. Elway and the Broncos were the vector for finding a fail safe method of de-Tebowing. Religion is not really favored by the NFL or the Sports Press. Al this pseudo expertise that defines Tebow as a poor Pro QB is so biased it smells. Tebow took a very bad non performing team with a lousy win loss record and helped them regain their confidence and get to the playoffs. He did not do that by emulating Peyton Manning in passing but he damn well did as good if not better in leadership. If I got the chance to coach and select between the super passer or a leader, the leader gets the job.

  • Bill McDonald

    Good article. The NFL does not want a player whose profile and personality are more highly regarded than the team. Elway and the Broncos were the vector for finding a fail safe method of de-Tebowing. Religion is not really favored by the NFL or the Sports Press. Al this pseudo expertise that defines Tebow as a poor Pro QB is so biased it smells. Tebow took a very bad non performing team with a lousy win loss record and helped them regain their confidence and get to the playoffs. He did not do that by emulating Peyton Manning in passing but he damn well did as good if not better in leadership. If I got the chance to coach and select between the super passer or a leader, the leader gets the job.

  • Bill McDonald

    Good article. The NFL does not want a player whose profile and personality are more highly regarded than the team. Elway and the Broncos were the vector for finding a fail safe method of de-Tebowing. Religion is not really favored by the NFL or the Sports Press. Al this pseudo expertise that defines Tebow as a poor Pro QB is so biased it smells. Tebow took a very bad non performing team with a lousy win loss record and helped them regain their confidence and get to the playoffs. He did not do that by emulating Peyton Manning in passing but he damn well did as good if not better in leadership. If I got the chance to coach and select between the super passer or a leader, the leader gets the job.

  • Craig Ralston

    I can’t think of ANY player in ANY sport that is a better sportsman than Tim Tebow! He is the epitome of good sportsmanship (of which the NFL and all other pro leagues are seriously lacking). I’d rather my children and grandchildren idolize Tim Tebow than any other professional athlete in any sport. ‘Nuff said!

  • Craig Ralston

    I can’t think of ANY player in ANY sport that is a better sportsman than Tim Tebow! He is the epitome of good sportsmanship (of which the NFL and all other pro leagues are seriously lacking). I’d rather my children and grandchildren idolize Tim Tebow than any other professional athlete in any sport. ‘Nuff said!

  • Craig Ralston

    I can’t think of ANY player in ANY sport that is a better sportsman than Tim Tebow! He is the epitome of good sportsmanship (of which the NFL and all other pro leagues are seriously lacking). I’d rather my children and grandchildren idolize Tim Tebow than any other professional athlete in any sport. ‘Nuff said!

  • Craig Ralston

    I can’t think of ANY player in ANY sport that is a better sportsman than Tim Tebow! He is the epitome of good sportsmanship (of which the NFL and all other pro leagues are seriously lacking). I’d rather my children and grandchildren idolize Tim Tebow than any other professional athlete in any sport. ‘Nuff said!

  • Downtown Dom

    NFL is not only a no fun league, it is a league were you have to be exactly like everyone else and not be outspoken on any issue Chris Kluwe of the Vikings a case in point.

  • Downtown Dom

    NFL is not only a no fun league, it is a league were you have to be exactly like everyone else and not be outspoken on any issue Chris Kluwe of the Vikings a case in point.

  • Downtown Dom

    NFL is not only a no fun league, it is a league were you have to be exactly like everyone else and not be outspoken on any issue Chris Kluwe of the Vikings a case in point.

  • Downtown Dom

    NFL is not only a no fun league, it is a league were you have to be exactly like everyone else and not be outspoken on any issue Chris Kluwe of the Vikings a case in point.

  • Theo Chen

    Anyone who think Tebow is being “blackballed” is a total idiot. Since 2006, the only 2 NFL QBs to play a full season and complete less than 50% of their passes were Tebow (46.5% in 2011) and Jamarcus Russell (48.8% in 2009). That’s how bad of a passer Tebow is. Historically bad. Worse than the biggest QB bust of the last 10 years.

  • Theo Chen

    Anyone who think Tebow is being “blackballed” is a total idiot. Since 2006, the only 2 NFL QBs to play a full season and complete less than 50% of their passes were Tebow (46.5% in 2011) and Jamarcus Russell (48.8% in 2009). That’s how bad of a passer Tebow is. Historically bad. Worse than the biggest QB bust of the last 10 years.

  • Theo Chen

    Anyone who think Tebow is being “blackballed” is a total idiot. Since 2006, the only 2 NFL QBs to play a full season and complete less than 50% of their passes were Tebow (46.5% in 2011) and Jamarcus Russell (48.8% in 2009). That’s how bad of a passer Tebow is. Historically bad. Worse than the biggest QB bust of the last 10 years.

  • Theo Chen

    Anyone who think Tebow is being “blackballed” is a total idiot. Since 2006, the only 2 NFL QBs to play a full season and complete less than 50% of their passes were Tebow (46.5% in 2011) and Jamarcus Russell (48.8% in 2009). That’s how bad of a passer Tebow is. Historically bad. Worse than the biggest QB bust of the last 10 years.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michele-Martinez/100000468097352 Michele Martinez

    what ever happened to freedom of religion. atheist stop pushing your agenda like you claim christians do.

    • Jon Moo

      Atheism has nothing to do with Tebow…Finish high school and learn something

    • Jon Moo

      Atheism has nothing to do with Tebow…Finish high school and learn something

    • Jon Moo

      Atheism has nothing to do with Tebow…Finish high school and learn something

    • Jon Moo

      Atheism has nothing to do with Tebow…Finish high school and learn something

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michele-Martinez/100000468097352 Michele Martinez

    what ever happened to freedom of religion. atheist stop pushing your agenda like you claim christians do.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michele-Martinez/100000468097352 Michele Martinez

    what ever happened to freedom of religion. atheist stop pushing your agenda like you claim christians do.

  • Steve Hunter

    Many successful college QB’s do not possess the skills NFL teams specifically want for their offense, do not play the particular style of offense, or do not have the physical stats determined as ”ideal” for the pros.

    Tim Tebow has the physicality, but he was never a pocket passer, he never ran an offense system like what’s used in the NFL, and his passing skills are severely lacking. Between the wounded duck style lack of spiral passing and the crazy hitch before he throws, he will not ever be a starting QB in the current pass heavy NFL.

    However, let’s just blame the liberal media and atheists for it. Much like religion itself, it’s easier to just pick an answer you like and are comfortable with regardless of facts or logic.

  • Steve Hunter

    Many successful college QB’s do not possess the skills NFL teams specifically want for their offense, do not play the particular style of offense, or do not have the physical stats determined as ”ideal” for the pros.

    Tim Tebow has the physicality, but he was never a pocket passer, he never ran an offense system like what’s used in the NFL, and his passing skills are severely lacking. Between the wounded duck style lack of spiral passing and the crazy hitch before he throws, he will not ever be a starting QB in the current pass heavy NFL.

    However, let’s just blame the liberal media and atheists for it. Much like religion itself, it’s easier to just pick an answer you like and are comfortable with regardless of facts or logic.

  • Steve Hunter

    Many successful college QB’s do not possess the skills NFL teams specifically want for their offense, do not play the particular style of offense, or do not have the physical stats determined as ”ideal” for the pros.

    Tim Tebow has the physicality, but he was never a pocket passer, he never ran an offense system like what’s used in the NFL, and his passing skills are severely lacking. Between the wounded duck style lack of spiral passing and the crazy hitch before he throws, he will not ever be a starting QB in the current pass heavy NFL.

    However, let’s just blame the liberal media and atheists for it. Much like religion itself, it’s easier to just pick an answer you like and are comfortable with regardless of facts or logic.

  • Steve Hunter

    Many successful college QB’s do not possess the skills NFL teams specifically want for their offense, do not play the particular style of offense, or do not have the physical stats determined as ”ideal” for the pros.

    Tim Tebow has the physicality, but he was never a pocket passer, he never ran an offense system like what’s used in the NFL, and his passing skills are severely lacking. Between the wounded duck style lack of spiral passing and the crazy hitch before he throws, he will not ever be a starting QB in the current pass heavy NFL.

    However, let’s just blame the liberal media and atheists for it. Much like religion itself, it’s easier to just pick an answer you like and are comfortable with regardless of facts or logic.

  • roxy

    I hardly think Tim Tebow is hated simply for his “virtue”. I can’t even stand to hear his name most of the time, mostly because so many football analysts, announcers etc, couldn’t shut up about him for so long. Also, come on, he’s a bore. I don’t want to hear about Tim’s religious affiliation, I couldn’t care less. I watch football to watch football. The so called “praying” during games etc… really? I’m sure God really appreciates Tim for using him to promote himself. People get over yourselves.

  • roxy

    I hardly think Tim Tebow is hated simply for his “virtue”. I can’t even stand to hear his name most of the time, mostly because so many football analysts, announcers etc, couldn’t shut up about him for so long. Also, come on, he’s a bore. I don’t want to hear about Tim’s religious affiliation, I couldn’t care less. I watch football to watch football. The so called “praying” during games etc… really? I’m sure God really appreciates Tim for using him to promote himself. People get over yourselves.

  • roxy

    I hardly think Tim Tebow is hated simply for his “virtue”. I can’t even stand to hear his name most of the time, mostly because so many football analysts, announcers etc, couldn’t shut up about him for so long. Also, come on, he’s a bore. I don’t want to hear about Tim’s religious affiliation, I couldn’t care less. I watch football to watch football. The so called “praying” during games etc… really? I’m sure God really appreciates Tim for using him to promote himself. People get over yourselves.

  • roxy

    I hardly think Tim Tebow is hated simply for his “virtue”. I can’t even stand to hear his name most of the time, mostly because so many football analysts, announcers etc, couldn’t shut up about him for so long. Also, come on, he’s a bore. I don’t want to hear about Tim’s religious affiliation, I couldn’t care less. I watch football to watch football. The so called “praying” during games etc… really? I’m sure God really appreciates Tim for using him to promote himself. People get over yourselves.

  • FuckTimTeebow

    Apparently being Christian and being “nice guy” is all that it takes to be a football player.

  • FuckTimTeebow

    Apparently being Christian and being “nice guy” is all that it takes to be a football player.

  • FuckTimTeebow

    Apparently being Christian and being “nice guy” is all that it takes to be a football player.

  • FuckTimTeebow

    Apparently being Christian and being “nice guy” is all that it takes to be a football player.

  • Bill R

    LOL – Tim T is a big self promoter He has never put his cash were his mouth is.
    say good Bye to the Tebowing fake.

  • Bill R

    LOL – Tim T is a big self promoter He has never put his cash were his mouth is.
    say good Bye to the Tebowing fake.

  • Bill R

    LOL – Tim T is a big self promoter He has never put his cash were his mouth is.
    say good Bye to the Tebowing fake.

  • Bill R

    LOL – Tim T is a big self promoter He has never put his cash were his mouth is.
    say good Bye to the Tebowing fake.

  • phil62

    I am proud of Mr. Tebow for standing his ground, and for letting EVERYONE know he is a Christian first and and then everything else. But he is not the only one. Thanks to the gays, the filthy reach (with emphasis on “filthy”), the ACLU and all the other hard left liberals (primarily made up of non-Christian believing youth from 18-35) ALL Christians are being ridiculed, stripped of our Constitutional rights, made fun of on ALL late night talk shows, scorned by the media and HATED by Judges and Lawmakers of this decadent place that used to be America. So hang in there Tim because you are in some mighty good company.

  • phil62

    I am proud of Mr. Tebow for standing his ground, and for letting EVERYONE know he is a Christian first and and then everything else. But he is not the only one. Thanks to the gays, the filthy reach (with emphasis on “filthy”), the ACLU and all the other hard left liberals (primarily made up of non-Christian believing youth from 18-35) ALL Christians are being ridiculed, stripped of our Constitutional rights, made fun of on ALL late night talk shows, scorned by the media and HATED by Judges and Lawmakers of this decadent place that used to be America. So hang in there Tim because you are in some mighty good company.

  • tjcald

    i believe we owe thanks to mr. kirkwood for having the courage to speak the absolute truth. i hope the rest of the character assassins have the courage to read this .(assuming ,of course ,that they can read).

  • tjcald

    i believe we owe thanks to mr. kirkwood for having the courage to speak the absolute truth. i hope the rest of the character assassins have the courage to read this .(assuming ,of course ,that they can read).

  • tjcald

    i believe we owe thanks to mr. kirkwood for having the courage to speak the absolute truth. i hope the rest of the character assassins have the courage to read this .(assuming ,of course ,that they can read).

  • tjcald

    i believe we owe thanks to mr. kirkwood for having the courage to speak the absolute truth. i hope the rest of the character assassins have the courage to read this .(assuming ,of course ,that they can read).

  • Gatorhater

    I dont hate Tebow becasue he is a Christian. I hate him because he is an overhyped douche bag.

  • Gatorhater

    I dont hate Tebow becasue he is a Christian. I hate him because he is an overhyped douche bag.

  • Gatorhater

    I dont hate Tebow becasue he is a Christian. I hate him because he is an overhyped douche bag.

  • joshua melendez

    Great article, Facts are he doesnt have a great release but he WINS. He took a 1 and 4 Denver team to playoff team + playoff win. Heisman winner, National Champion, ran the SEC… Ya sounds like the stats of a guy that cant play football! LOL

  • joshua melendez

    Great article, Facts are he doesnt have a great release but he WINS. He took a 1 and 4 Denver team to playoff team + playoff win. Heisman winner, National Champion, ran the SEC… Ya sounds like the stats of a guy that cant play football! LOL

  • http://www.facebook.com/kitty.brown.509 Kitty Brown

    Maybe he should start his on church! he could be the next Billy Graham or Joel osteen

  • http://www.facebook.com/kitty.brown.509 Kitty Brown

    Maybe he should start his on church! he could be the next Billy Graham or Joel osteen

  • http://www.facebook.com/kitty.brown.509 Kitty Brown

    Maybe he should start his on church! he could be the next Billy Graham or Joel osteen

  • Jaymenine

    Ray Lewis may have just as strong of a christian belief as Tebow. I don’t think the league hates on Christians. I think the opposite. There is something else wrong, that these teams will not disclose.

  • Jaymenine

    Ray Lewis may have just as strong of a christian belief as Tebow. I don’t think the league hates on Christians. I think the opposite. There is something else wrong, that these teams will not disclose.

  • Jacob Black

    He’s is a good person from watching him, that’s it, his football iliterate fans should stop acting like his Christianity is his abilities to play football with professional players in the most popular position in sports..God has nothing to do with how well he performs on the field without doing the same thing for every player in the pro’s. I like him as a person but as a quarterback in the NFL, he doesn’t fit the part. He should be a tight end or full back then he can get a job playing for a NFL team

  • http://www.facebook.com/silicon.slick1 Silicon Slick

    Not sure about all the BS on Tebow, All I know when I see a back up QB get the fan fare he got when arriving in NY, I surely would never want this guy on my Team, I do not care if he is good or great, This is a Team Sport, and for anyone to bring that much fan fare to just one guy, well it is a circus, He would never play for me, probably is he wanted to be the man before he was the man, and that doesn’t fly in any sport, Best thing this kid could do is take a year off, then sign next year as a back up and slide in and out of Practice each day and act like a back up, Or he will be out as quick as he was now, He needs to take a low profile, id the NFL is what he wants, If not then do what ever you want but you will not play football, LOW PROFILE KID< It will do you wonders,

  • http://www.facebook.com/silicon.slick1 Silicon Slick

    Not sure about all the BS on Tebow, All I know when I see a back up QB get the fan fare he got when arriving in NY, I surely would never want this guy on my Team, I do not care if he is good or great, This is a Team Sport, and for anyone to bring that much fan fare to just one guy, well it is a circus, He would never play for me, probably is he wanted to be the man before he was the man, and that doesn’t fly in any sport, Best thing this kid could do is take a year off, then sign next year as a back up and slide in and out of Practice each day and act like a back up, Or he will be out as quick as he was now, He needs to take a low profile, id the NFL is what he wants, If not then do what ever you want but you will not play football, LOW PROFILE KID< It will do you wonders,

  • http://www.facebook.com/silicon.slick1 Silicon Slick

    Not sure about all the BS on Tebow, All I know when I see a back up QB get the fan fare he got when arriving in NY, I surely would never want this guy on my Team, I do not care if he is good or great, This is a Team Sport, and for anyone to bring that much fan fare to just one guy, well it is a circus, He would never play for me, probably is he wanted to be the man before he was the man, and that doesn’t fly in any sport, Best thing this kid could do is take a year off, then sign next year as a back up and slide in and out of Practice each day and act like a back up, Or he will be out as quick as he was now, He needs to take a low profile, id the NFL is what he wants, If not then do what ever you want but you will not play football, LOW PROFILE KID< It will do you wonders,

  • http://www.facebook.com/silicon.slick1 Silicon Slick

    Not sure about all the BS on Tebow, All I know when I see a back up QB get the fan fare he got when arriving in NY, I surely would never want this guy on my Team, I do not care if he is good or great, This is a Team Sport, and for anyone to bring that much fan fare to just one guy, well it is a circus, He would never play for me, probably is he wanted to be the man before he was the man, and that doesn’t fly in any sport, Best thing this kid could do is take a year off, then sign next year as a back up and slide in and out of Practice each day and act like a back up, Or he will be out as quick as he was now, He needs to take a low profile, id the NFL is what he wants, If not then do what ever you want but you will not play football, LOW PROFILE KID< It will do you wonders,

  • FuckTimTeebow

    “Constantly disrespected for nothing other than virtue” . . . how about taking a moment, or a thing like football, that in its most supreme effect, unites all walks of life, and making it just more thing that divides and separates us. If Teebow was Muslim, not withstanding the obvious contradictions, but if we had the image of him taking out a mat and praying to [insert prophet name], than I don’t think people would be so quick to defend his “virtue”.

  • FuckTimTeebow

    “Constantly disrespected for nothing other than virtue” . . . how about taking a moment, or a thing like football, that in its most supreme effect, unites all walks of life, and making it just more thing that divides and separates us. If Teebow was Muslim, not withstanding the obvious contradictions, but if we had the image of him taking out a mat and praying to [insert prophet name], than I don’t think people would be so quick to defend his “virtue”.

  • FuckTimTeebow

    “Constantly disrespected for nothing other than virtue” . . . how about taking a moment, or a thing like football, that in its most supreme effect, unites all walks of life, and making it just more thing that divides and separates us. If Teebow was Muslim, not withstanding the obvious contradictions, but if we had the image of him taking out a mat and praying to [insert prophet name], than I don’t think people would be so quick to defend his “virtue”.

  • FuckTimTeebow

    “Constantly disrespected for nothing other than virtue” . . . how about taking a moment, or a thing like football, that in its most supreme effect, unites all walks of life, and making it just more thing that divides and separates us. If Teebow was Muslim, not withstanding the obvious contradictions, but if we had the image of him taking out a mat and praying to [insert prophet name], than I don’t think people would be so quick to defend his “virtue”.

  • curtis

    This article is rubbish lol. Just another tebow lover blinded by media and christian love. Tebow is not NFL quality, and the only reason he won that playoff game is because the steelers completely blew there coverage. He didn’t throw an amazing pass to well defended receiver. He makes a nice circus everywhere he goes. But NFL QB is not in his future IMO.

  • curtis

    This article is rubbish lol. Just another tebow lover blinded by media and christian love. Tebow is not NFL quality, and the only reason he won that playoff game is because the steelers completely blew there coverage. He didn’t throw an amazing pass to well defended receiver. He makes a nice circus everywhere he goes. But NFL QB is not in his future IMO.

  • Charlie9

    All Tebow needs is a person who will give him guidance not persecute him. He would be on of the best if given the chance to mature. However it is easier to persecute him for his beliefs and ignore his potential. Idiots of great proportion in the NFL>

  • Ryan

    Oh man, what a load of poopy! Fabricated persecution = sense of community = easily manipulatable masses.
    Nobody hates Tebow – he’s a great guy. Nobody hates the teachings of Jesus –
    they’re pragmatic, practical and promote a healthy world. What people do hate is this fabricated us vs. them attitude where jags like John Kirkwood manipulate simpletons with Sophist logic to hammer a paycheck. Tebow’s not the problem – it’s his toxic fanbase. Denver had to get rid of him b/c if Manning had a few bad games, up go the billboards calling for his head. When they don’t get his head it’s because ‘everybody hates Christians’. Knock it off with this double standard hypocrisy and maybe people will start listening to what you have to say.

  • Ryan

    Oh man, what a load of poopy! Fabricated persecution = sense of community = easily manipulatable masses.
    Nobody hates Tebow – he’s a great guy. Nobody hates the teachings of Jesus –
    they’re pragmatic, practical and promote a healthy world. What people do hate is this fabricated us vs. them attitude where jags like John Kirkwood manipulate simpletons with Sophist logic to hammer a paycheck. Tebow’s not the problem – it’s his toxic fanbase. Denver had to get rid of him b/c if Manning had a few bad games, up go the billboards calling for his head. When they don’t get his head it’s because ‘everybody hates Christians’. Knock it off with this double standard hypocrisy and maybe people will start listening to what you have to say.

  • Sid Safford

    Should be called Tim Tebow Blueballed

  • Jim Bond

    Kudos on a great article. Finally, some journalism worthy of a read.

  • Jim Bond

    Kudos on a great article. Finally, some journalism worthy of a read.

  • Jim Bond

    Kudos on a great article. Finally, some journalism worthy of a read.

  • Jim Bond

    Kudos on a great article. Finally, some journalism worthy of a read.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gina.weilserafin Gina Marie

    Bravo!! Well said and right on the money. Tebow is an antithesis to the new godless Sodom and Gommorah this country has become. And if he couldn’t throw, he wouldn’t have garned all the achievements that he did. That is a shallow, lame and inaccurate “reason” for his treatment.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gina.weilserafin Gina Marie

    Bravo!! Well said and right on the money. Tebow is an antithesis to the new godless Sodom and Gommorah this country has become. And if he couldn’t throw, he wouldn’t have garned all the achievements that he did. That is a shallow, lame and inaccurate “reason” for his treatment.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gina.weilserafin Gina Marie

    Bravo!! Well said and right on the money. Tebow is an antithesis to the new godless Sodom and Gommorah this country has become. And if he couldn’t throw, he wouldn’t have garned all the achievements that he did. That is a shallow, lame and inaccurate “reason” for his treatment.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gina.weilserafin Gina Marie

    Bravo!! Well said and right on the money. Tebow is an antithesis to the new godless Sodom and Gommorah this country has become. And if he couldn’t throw, he wouldn’t have garned all the achievements that he did. That is a shallow, lame and inaccurate “reason” for his treatment.

  • mindman

    Comparing Tim Tebow to Sarah Palin is an extreme disservice to Tebow. Palin is not virtuous at all. I dont believe Tebow is spurned for his virtuous behavior but maybe due to inconsistent performance

  • mindman

    Comparing Tim Tebow to Sarah Palin is an extreme disservice to Tebow. Palin is not virtuous at all. I dont believe Tebow is spurned for his virtuous behavior but maybe due to inconsistent performance

  • mindman

    Comparing Tim Tebow to Sarah Palin is an extreme disservice to Tebow. Palin is not virtuous at all. I dont believe Tebow is spurned for his virtuous behavior but maybe due to inconsistent performance

  • mindman

    Comparing Tim Tebow to Sarah Palin is an extreme disservice to Tebow. Palin is not virtuous at all. I dont believe Tebow is spurned for his virtuous behavior but maybe due to inconsistent performance

  • Gatorhater

    oh yeah. Tebow wont play in the NFL because unlike other QBs that run (Kaepernick-62%, Vick-58%, RGIII-65.6%) Tebow only completes 46% of his passes. He sucks as a QB and is too proud to play any other position. (although 13 fumbles in 14 games makes you wonder what kind of hands he has…maybe he could play linebacker.

  • Phil

    This fool is only getting pity from a lot of people because of his faith. Ever since his “tebowing” its been non stop. He was not a 1st round draft pick as a QB, that year had a lot of crappy QB’s in it and my team drafted one of them (clausen). And very accurate post knowtheledge, tebow has the slowest release in the league so in turn he tucks and runs. Why can’t this fool be like Randle’El who was a QB in college and converted to another position in the league. He would be a good TE or RB (TE more likely) that would keep him in the league and prolly positive media coverage (like he wasn’t getting it already). Please people, stop feeling sorry for this clown if he would just attempt another position he would still be in the league instead of going to the CFL or Arena league.

  • Phil

    This fool is only getting pity from a lot of people because of his faith. Ever since his “tebowing” its been non stop. He was not a 1st round draft pick as a QB, that year had a lot of crappy QB’s in it and my team drafted one of them (clausen). And very accurate post knowtheledge, tebow has the slowest release in the league so in turn he tucks and runs. Why can’t this fool be like Randle’El who was a QB in college and converted to another position in the league. He would be a good TE or RB (TE more likely) that would keep him in the league and prolly positive media coverage (like he wasn’t getting it already). Please people, stop feeling sorry for this clown if he would just attempt another position he would still be in the league instead of going to the CFL or Arena league.

  • Madison

    Fanastic article! Paschal said that there is a God-shaped hole inside man. The drive-bys often fill it with celebrity worship and all other manner of nonsensical things.

  • srminimo

    It’s ridiculous to think that the Jets didn’t play Tebow, or that no team will sign him, because they don’t like him. HELLO! this is the NFL, where players are caught organizing dog fights, are involved in altercations that end in murder and STILL get signed. The NFL is all about talent and teams feel he doesn’t have enough for what he’s paid. End of story.

  • Oh Chery

    Thanks for this awesome article on Tebow-he lives on forever in this Florida girl’s heart! Hey NFL-cut out the Tebow slamming!

  • Oh Chery

    Thanks for this awesome article on Tebow-he lives on forever in this Florida girl’s heart! Hey NFL-cut out the Tebow slamming!

  • Oh Chery

    Thanks for this awesome article on Tebow-he lives on forever in this Florida girl’s heart! Hey NFL-cut out the Tebow slamming!

  • Oh Chery

    Thanks for this awesome article on Tebow-he lives on forever in this Florida girl’s heart! Hey NFL-cut out the Tebow slamming!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mary.bridges.735 Mary Bridges

    he can’t throw the ball that’s the problem and who know it more than him?!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mary.bridges.735 Mary Bridges

    he can’t throw the ball that’s the problem and who know it more than him?!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mary.bridges.735 Mary Bridges

    he can’t throw the ball that’s the problem and who know it more than him?!

  • Scissor

    Couldn’t have said it better myself. If Tebow’d declared he was gay, he would still have a job.

  • Scissor

    Couldn’t have said it better myself. If Tebow’d declared he was gay, he would still have a job.

  • T. JOHNSON

    What other quarterback, who has won 2/3 of the games he has started, has been driven from the league/

  • T. JOHNSON

    What other quarterback, who has won 2/3 of the games he has started, has been driven from the league/

  • T. JOHNSON

    What other quarterback, who has won 2/3 of the games he has started, has been driven from the league/

  • tigertom47

    First article I have ever read on the internet that was perfectly correct from start to finish! Hats off to John Kirkwood! If there were more Christians like Tim and Kirk the USA would be far better off and maybe…just maybe…God would again visit the USA without getting a migrain! God Bless you both for a great and honest article and for making me feel like one Christian can still make a difference, even in a world that believes their ancestors were monkeys! (Could be why so many act the way they do now?)

    • Jonathon

      You give me extra reason to believe our ancestors are monkeys

    • Jonathon

      You give me extra reason to believe our ancestors are monkeys

    • Jonathon

      You give me extra reason to believe our ancestors are monkeys

    • Jonathon

      You give me extra reason to believe our ancestors are monkeys

  • tigertom47

    First article I have ever read on the internet that was perfectly correct from start to finish! Hats off to John Kirkwood! If there were more Christians like Tim and Kirk the USA would be far better off and maybe…just maybe…God would again visit the USA without getting a migrain! God Bless you both for a great and honest article and for making me feel like one Christian can still make a difference, even in a world that believes their ancestors were monkeys! (Could be why so many act the way they do now?)

  • tigertom47

    First article I have ever read on the internet that was perfectly correct from start to finish! Hats off to John Kirkwood! If there were more Christians like Tim and Kirk the USA would be far better off and maybe…just maybe…God would again visit the USA without getting a migrain! God Bless you both for a great and honest article and for making me feel like one Christian can still make a difference, even in a world that believes their ancestors were monkeys! (Could be why so many act the way they do now?)

  • srminimo

    BTW, there is no “budding industry” in New York of people selling “the #6 Buttfumble jerseys.” That’s outright B.S. And I live in NYC.

  • srminimo

    BTW, there is no “budding industry” in New York of people selling “the #6 Buttfumble jerseys.” That’s outright B.S. And I live in NYC.

  • srminimo

    BTW, there is no “budding industry” in New York of people selling “the #6 Buttfumble jerseys.” That’s outright B.S. And I live in NYC.

  • srminimo

    BTW, there is no “budding industry” in New York of people selling “the #6 Buttfumble jerseys.” That’s outright B.S. And I live in NYC.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mikepulliam1958 Mike Pulliam

    I like Tim Tebow and if I had a daughter I would be ecstatic if she were dating him…but if I were an NFL head coach there is no way I pick him up…yes, he runs the read option well and teams like Seattle, San Francisco and Washington do run the read option but let’s not forget that these teams also rely heavily on the passing game…Tebow’s questionable accuracy is a real concern and his glaringly awkward delivery and footwork make it almost impossible for him to throw with any expectation of accuracy while on the move…these are not opinions they are obvious facts…I wish Tim well and hope that he finds a team and head coach that’s willing to take a flyer on him but it most likely won’t be in the NFL.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mikepulliam1958 Mike Pulliam

    I like Tim Tebow and if I had a daughter I would be ecstatic if she were dating him…but if I were an NFL head coach there is no way I pick him up…yes, he runs the read option well and teams like Seattle, San Francisco and Washington do run the read option but let’s not forget that these teams also rely heavily on the passing game…Tebow’s questionable accuracy is a real concern and his glaringly awkward delivery and footwork make it almost impossible for him to throw with any expectation of accuracy while on the move…these are not opinions they are obvious facts…I wish Tim well and hope that he finds a team and head coach that’s willing to take a flyer on him but it most likely won’t be in the NFL.

  • Sportz Guy

    The bottom line, being a great college player does not make you a great NFL player. There are roughly 120 division 1 schools. 100 players per team. 12000 players. roughly 250 are drafted. That is about 2% of all players. There are 96 qb’s to be one of those you need to be top .75% (3/4 of 1%) unfortunately TT is in the 2% category. At best this makes him 3rd string. Name any 2 3rd string qb’s… you cant. Leadership at TT’s level means sitting quietly, keeping your mouth shut, denying media requests, being an effective scout team qb. He does none of this. He can not and will never get a shot to be number 1 until he can prove he can be an effective 3rd, then 2nd string qb.

  • Sportz Guy

    The bottom line, being a great college player does not make you a great NFL player. There are roughly 120 division 1 schools. 100 players per team. 12000 players. roughly 250 are drafted. That is about 2% of all players. There are 96 qb’s to be one of those you need to be top .75% (3/4 of 1%) unfortunately TT is in the 2% category. At best this makes him 3rd string. Name any 2 3rd string qb’s… you cant. Leadership at TT’s level means sitting quietly, keeping your mouth shut, denying media requests, being an effective scout team qb. He does none of this. He can not and will never get a shot to be number 1 until he can prove he can be an effective 3rd, then 2nd string qb.

  • StevenDJ34

    Let me burst your nonsense “anti-Christian” argument. Not that long ago
    there was a “wear it on his sleeve” Christian QB named Kurt Warner. He
    was never “blackballed”. Why? HE COULD ACTUALLY THROW!! And in the
    last 20 years, there has not been a classier player in the league than
    Peyton Manning. Until Tebow, the player that wore his Christianity on
    his sleeves the most was Ray Lewis. A probable murderer who got off
    with a sweet plea-bargain deal.

    Take a look at Heisman trophy
    winning QB’s. Most of them do not succeed in the NFL. So your listing
    of Tebow’s college accomplishments is not a good argument. The Broncos’
    “turn-around” last season was mostly because of the stepping up of
    their defense. And they had a pretty weak schedule in the 2nd half of
    the season. They only beat my Chicago Bears (who had a bad back-up QB
    playing) because our stupid running back ran out of bounds when he could
    have killed off the rest of the clock.

    Personally, I like Tim
    and his expressing his faith. But it IS his play, and not his faith,
    that he has not found a team. No sports league loves MONEY more than
    the NFL. As you mentioned, he had the highest selling jersey!! If
    anyone thought he had even a chance to be a good player, they would have
    picked him up just to sell the jerseys.

  • StevenDJ34

    Let me burst your nonsense “anti-Christian” argument. Not that long ago
    there was a “wear it on his sleeve” Christian QB named Kurt Warner. He
    was never “blackballed”. Why? HE COULD ACTUALLY THROW!! And in the
    last 20 years, there has not been a classier player in the league than
    Peyton Manning. Until Tebow, the player that wore his Christianity on
    his sleeves the most was Ray Lewis. A probable murderer who got off
    with a sweet plea-bargain deal.

    Take a look at Heisman trophy
    winning QB’s. Most of them do not succeed in the NFL. So your listing
    of Tebow’s college accomplishments is not a good argument. The Broncos’
    “turn-around” last season was mostly because of the stepping up of
    their defense. And they had a pretty weak schedule in the 2nd half of
    the season. They only beat my Chicago Bears (who had a bad back-up QB
    playing) because our stupid running back ran out of bounds when he could
    have killed off the rest of the clock.

    Personally, I like Tim
    and his expressing his faith. But it IS his play, and not his faith,
    that he has not found a team. No sports league loves MONEY more than
    the NFL. As you mentioned, he had the highest selling jersey!! If
    anyone thought he had even a chance to be a good player, they would have
    picked him up just to sell the jerseys.

  • StevenDJ34

    Let me burst your nonsense “anti-Christian” argument. Not that long ago
    there was a “wear it on his sleeve” Christian QB named Kurt Warner. He
    was never “blackballed”. Why? HE COULD ACTUALLY THROW!! And in the
    last 20 years, there has not been a classier player in the league than
    Peyton Manning. Until Tebow, the player that wore his Christianity on
    his sleeves the most was Ray Lewis. A probable murderer who got off
    with a sweet plea-bargain deal.

    Take a look at Heisman trophy
    winning QB’s. Most of them do not succeed in the NFL. So your listing
    of Tebow’s college accomplishments is not a good argument. The Broncos’
    “turn-around” last season was mostly because of the stepping up of
    their defense. And they had a pretty weak schedule in the 2nd half of
    the season. They only beat my Chicago Bears (who had a bad back-up QB
    playing) because our stupid running back ran out of bounds when he could
    have killed off the rest of the clock.

    Personally, I like Tim
    and his expressing his faith. But it IS his play, and not his faith,
    that he has not found a team. No sports league loves MONEY more than
    the NFL. As you mentioned, he had the highest selling jersey!! If
    anyone thought he had even a chance to be a good player, they would have
    picked him up just to sell the jerseys.

  • yahoo

    Tim Tebow is one of the FEW good, I am PROUD to say…. CHRISTIAN men that lead by example!!! This country was founded on GOD, CHRISTIANTY, HONESTY, & VALUES of moral hardworking citizens that has made this country GREAT!! Unfortunately, a lot of America’s have turned away from GOD who has blessed this GREAT country!! GOD is the reason for our existence. You people that have turned away from GOD…need to turn back to GOD and THE BIBLE….are maybe you need to turn to GOD!! We can start with the liberals who stand for NOTHING and will fall for ANYTHING!!

  • yahoo

    Tim Tebow is one of the FEW good, I am PROUD to say…. CHRISTIAN men that lead by example!!! This country was founded on GOD, CHRISTIANTY, HONESTY, & VALUES of moral hardworking citizens that has made this country GREAT!! Unfortunately, a lot of America’s have turned away from GOD who has blessed this GREAT country!! GOD is the reason for our existence. You people that have turned away from GOD…need to turn back to GOD and THE BIBLE….are maybe you need to turn to GOD!! We can start with the liberals who stand for NOTHING and will fall for ANYTHING!!

  • yahoo

    Tim Tebow is one of the FEW good, I am PROUD to say…. CHRISTIAN men that lead by example!!! This country was founded on GOD, CHRISTIANTY, HONESTY, & VALUES of moral hardworking citizens that has made this country GREAT!! Unfortunately, a lot of America’s have turned away from GOD who has blessed this GREAT country!! GOD is the reason for our existence. You people that have turned away from GOD…need to turn back to GOD and THE BIBLE….are maybe you need to turn to GOD!! We can start with the liberals who stand for NOTHING and will fall for ANYTHING!!

  • yahoo

    Tim Tebow is one of the FEW good, I am PROUD to say…. CHRISTIAN men that lead by example!!! This country was founded on GOD, CHRISTIANTY, HONESTY, & VALUES of moral hardworking citizens that has made this country GREAT!! Unfortunately, a lot of America’s have turned away from GOD who has blessed this GREAT country!! GOD is the reason for our existence. You people that have turned away from GOD…need to turn back to GOD and THE BIBLE….are maybe you need to turn to GOD!! We can start with the liberals who stand for NOTHING and will fall for ANYTHING!!

  • Flavorish 31

    I want to commend the writer of this article to FINALLY speak the truth about Tim Tebow. I really love his character, and, he is the antithesis of the NFL narcissism that players regularly expose. I’m so fed up with the NFL that if I didn’t live in San Francisco, I’d drop football altogether…

  • Flavorish 31

    I want to commend the writer of this article to FINALLY speak the truth about Tim Tebow. I really love his character, and, he is the antithesis of the NFL narcissism that players regularly expose. I’m so fed up with the NFL that if I didn’t live in San Francisco, I’d drop football altogether…

  • Flavorish 31

    I want to commend the writer of this article to FINALLY speak the truth about Tim Tebow. I really love his character, and, he is the antithesis of the NFL narcissism that players regularly expose. I’m so fed up with the NFL that if I didn’t live in San Francisco, I’d drop football altogether…

  • Flavorish 31

    I want to commend the writer of this article to FINALLY speak the truth about Tim Tebow. I really love his character, and, he is the antithesis of the NFL narcissism that players regularly expose. I’m so fed up with the NFL that if I didn’t live in San Francisco, I’d drop football altogether…

  • yahoo

    Decency doesn’t fit the template.

  • yahoo

    Decency doesn’t fit the template.

  • yahoo

    Decency doesn’t fit the template.

  • yahoo

    Decency doesn’t fit the template.

  • eyemall

    Its a shame a person who believes in God is attacked like Tim has been but yet our so called president calls a NBA player who comes ” out” and applauds him.This is a disgusting state we are in……

  • eyemall

    Its a shame a person who believes in God is attacked like Tim has been but yet our so called president calls a NBA player who comes ” out” and applauds him.This is a disgusting state we are in……

  • eyemall

    Its a shame a person who believes in God is attacked like Tim has been but yet our so called president calls a NBA player who comes ” out” and applauds him.This is a disgusting state we are in……

  • Daniel

    Oh please, yet one more silly instance of a wing-nut, “gun-toting” (as if Christ would really be a big supporter of the NRA, and guns, in general), whiny Christian who think they are being persecuted. And by extension, a good athlete, but not very good QB in Tim Tebow. Let me say this: I’m tired to death of you Christians, proselytizing, trying to legislate morality, and especially, athletes who believe God helped them throw a TD. And that God cares for one team over another. I’m betting He/She could care less. This “poor, poor pitiful me” attitude many Christians buy into is a tired, oh so tired, game. Give it up.

    Okay, no profanity. I wonder if you’ll actually publish this. I have found that Christians don’t enjoy criticism.

  • Daniel

    Oh please, yet one more silly instance of a wing-nut, “gun-toting” (as if Christ would really be a big supporter of the NRA, and guns, in general), whiny Christian who think they are being persecuted. And by extension, a good athlete, but not very good QB in Tim Tebow. Let me say this: I’m tired to death of you Christians, proselytizing, trying to legislate morality, and especially, athletes who believe God helped them throw a TD. And that God cares for one team over another. I’m betting He/She could care less. This “poor, poor pitiful me” attitude many Christians buy into is a tired, oh so tired, game. Give it up.

    Okay, no profanity. I wonder if you’ll actually publish this. I have found that Christians don’t enjoy criticism.

  • mbsports

    If an owner like Jerry Jones were smart (crystal clearly he is not), he’d hire Tim at base salary under the guise of teaching him the receiver role (he’s built like Witten and can run with the ball) and legitimately give him a ‘conditional’ shot….all the while developing products nobody needs like lean, fat reducing grills and having him hawk those over late-night television (for a cut of course). You make a billion or two over 10 years and voila: new stadium.

  • Ken Sanders

    that’s the best article I have read on Tebow. I believe it to be true. The only reason Tim has not been given a chance is they are afraid he will do well. Then what, they would have to play him, oh no, not that….

  • Ken Sanders

    that’s the best article I have read on Tebow. I believe it to be true. The only reason Tim has not been given a chance is they are afraid he will do well. Then what, they would have to play him, oh no, not that….

  • Ken Sanders

    that’s the best article I have read on Tebow. I believe it to be true. The only reason Tim has not been given a chance is they are afraid he will do well. Then what, they would have to play him, oh no, not that….

  • Ken Sanders

    that’s the best article I have read on Tebow. I believe it to be true. The only reason Tim has not been given a chance is they are afraid he will do well. Then what, they would have to play him, oh no, not that….

  • pragmatism

    Kirkwood is exactly what he hates. A hack with an ax to grind.

  • pragmatism

    Kirkwood is exactly what he hates. A hack with an ax to grind.

  • pragmatism

    Kirkwood is exactly what he hates. A hack with an ax to grind.

  • gsxrrcm

    I think the NFL needs to be BLACK Balled..

  • gsxrrcm

    I think the NFL needs to be BLACK Balled..

  • gsxrrcm

    I think the NFL needs to be BLACK Balled..

  • gsxrrcm

    I think the NFL needs to be BLACK Balled..

  • sal

    great article we written and to the point I think Jacksonville is the worst organization in all of football. I hope he plays somewhere I want to watch him play.

  • sal

    great article we written and to the point I think Jacksonville is the worst organization in all of football. I hope he plays somewhere I want to watch him play.

  • sal

    great article we written and to the point I think Jacksonville is the worst organization in all of football. I hope he plays somewhere I want to watch him play.

  • Jim Harness

    I hope that I’m in heaven when these people that are trying to destroy Tim Tebow comes up judgement day before JESUS CHRIST.

  • Jim Harness

    I hope that I’m in heaven when these people that are trying to destroy Tim Tebow comes up judgement day before JESUS CHRIST.

  • Jim Harness

    I hope that I’m in heaven when these people that are trying to destroy Tim Tebow comes up judgement day before JESUS CHRIST.

  • Jim Harness

    I hope that I’m in heaven when these people that are trying to destroy Tim Tebow comes up judgement day before JESUS CHRIST.

  • http://twitter.com/ScotCannon Scot Cannon

    I hope Tebow gets another chance to play, it will keep me and guys like me more interested in the game to have a somebody worth rooting for.

  • http://twitter.com/ScotCannon Scot Cannon

    I hope Tebow gets another chance to play, it will keep me and guys like me more interested in the game to have a somebody worth rooting for.

  • http://twitter.com/ScotCannon Scot Cannon

    I hope Tebow gets another chance to play, it will keep me and guys like me more interested in the game to have a somebody worth rooting for.

  • No censorship

    Whether he’s gay or Christian, he doesn’t deserve this.

  • No censorship

    Whether he’s gay or Christian, he doesn’t deserve this.

  • james corridan

    If he beat up his girlfriend and had a few kids with different baby mamas,he’d be loved by the media

  • james corridan

    If he beat up his girlfriend and had a few kids with different baby mamas,he’d be loved by the media

  • james corridan

    If he beat up his girlfriend and had a few kids with different baby mamas,he’d be loved by the media

  • james corridan

    If he beat up his girlfriend and had a few kids with different baby mamas,he’d be loved by the media

  • david

    Tebow great guy, plays well to religious masses, but is not a NFL quarterback. Christian Ponder is a better QB. He can at least throw the ball. Tebow’s refusal to change positions is keeping him out of NFL. He would be great as a tightend or H-back.

  • david

    Tebow great guy, plays well to religious masses, but is not a NFL quarterback. Christian Ponder is a better QB. He can at least throw the ball. Tebow’s refusal to change positions is keeping him out of NFL. He would be great as a tightend or H-back.

  • david

    Tebow great guy, plays well to religious masses, but is not a NFL quarterback. Christian Ponder is a better QB. He can at least throw the ball. Tebow’s refusal to change positions is keeping him out of NFL. He would be great as a tightend or H-back.

  • david

    Tebow great guy, plays well to religious masses, but is not a NFL quarterback. Christian Ponder is a better QB. He can at least throw the ball. Tebow’s refusal to change positions is keeping him out of NFL. He would be great as a tightend or H-back.

  • Bossbev

    Although I believe that Tebow has gotten a bad rap, I also believe that in time He’ll bounce back. And, yes things to seems backwards in terms of morals. But, we musty remember that Obama is president of all Americans, not just those of us who are Christians. In today’s economy, it was right for Obama to congratulate him on his “courage”. But, let’s not be so angry that all the world sees is that and classifies us as “hateful”, when they are to know we are Christians by our love. Let’s pray for our country, fellow Americans and the world in general, and tone it down. Let’s give real love a chance; God is love.

  • Bossbev

    Although I believe that Tebow has gotten a bad rap, I also believe that in time He’ll bounce back. And, yes things to seems backwards in terms of morals. But, we musty remember that Obama is president of all Americans, not just those of us who are Christians. In today’s economy, it was right for Obama to congratulate him on his “courage”. But, let’s not be so angry that all the world sees is that and classifies us as “hateful”, when they are to know we are Christians by our love. Let’s pray for our country, fellow Americans and the world in general, and tone it down. Let’s give real love a chance; God is love.

  • fred quinter

    I grew up ‘Skins fan and I’m saying I’d like to see Tebow as an H back/quarterback in Washington. That would be a killer combo! Let him block, catch passes and run straight ahead, and play quarterback if and only if RG can’t play.

  • fred quinter

    I grew up ‘Skins fan and I’m saying I’d like to see Tebow as an H back/quarterback in Washington. That would be a killer combo! Let him block, catch passes and run straight ahead, and play quarterback if and only if RG can’t play.

  • fred quinter

    I grew up ‘Skins fan and I’m saying I’d like to see Tebow as an H back/quarterback in Washington. That would be a killer combo! Let him block, catch passes and run straight ahead, and play quarterback if and only if RG can’t play.

  • fred quinter

    I grew up ‘Skins fan and I’m saying I’d like to see Tebow as an H back/quarterback in Washington. That would be a killer combo! Let him block, catch passes and run straight ahead, and play quarterback if and only if RG can’t play.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Wampler/100002953708248 Robert Wampler

    The reason is pretty simple. Coaches are always on the hot seat, except for a very small few who have top 5 QB’s in the league. So the other coaches don’t want to take a chance on an unorthodox QB because if he fails, then they lose their job. Most of these coaches don’t think outside the box… when is the last time you have seen one who does? All Tebow has done is WIN, at every level… even in the pro’s, he won a playoff game. He is never going to be Tom Brady, but when is the last time even Tom Brady won a Super bowl? 10 YEARS… its not fricken easy winning a Super Bowl, but that is what every owner expects, in three years no less… and there is not a NFL coach who is going to bet his PAYCHECK on Tim Tebow to win one. :(

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Wampler/100002953708248 Robert Wampler

    The reason is pretty simple. Coaches are always on the hot seat, except for a very small few who have top 5 QB’s in the league. So the other coaches don’t want to take a chance on an unorthodox QB because if he fails, then they lose their job. Most of these coaches don’t think outside the box… when is the last time you have seen one who does? All Tebow has done is WIN, at every level… even in the pro’s, he won a playoff game. He is never going to be Tom Brady, but when is the last time even Tom Brady won a Super bowl? 10 YEARS… its not fricken easy winning a Super Bowl, but that is what every owner expects, in three years no less… and there is not a NFL coach who is going to bet his PAYCHECK on Tim Tebow to win one. :(

  • david

    let me get this straight, if I don’t think Tebow can throw, then I’m godless according to truegrit. I know lots of sportscasters who are religious.. Tebow was worshipped by the media. Judge ye not, lest you be judged true grit.

  • PJ60

    He doesn’t throw well or read an NFL defense. This isn’t college ball and running is optional for QBs but throwing isn’t. I saw a few Tebow plays with the Jets and they were not pretty. Once the Defenses figured him out, it was all over.
    But, the media loved him. You can turn this into some sort of paranoid religious persecution, if that’s today’s theme, but I just didn’t see it.

  • PJ60

    He doesn’t throw well or read an NFL defense. This isn’t college ball and running is optional for QBs but throwing isn’t. I saw a few Tebow plays with the Jets and they were not pretty. Once the Defenses figured him out, it was all over.
    But, the media loved him. You can turn this into some sort of paranoid religious persecution, if that’s today’s theme, but I just didn’t see it.

  • PJ60

    He doesn’t throw well or read an NFL defense. This isn’t college ball and running is optional for QBs but throwing isn’t. I saw a few Tebow plays with the Jets and they were not pretty. Once the Defenses figured him out, it was all over.
    But, the media loved him. You can turn this into some sort of paranoid religious persecution, if that’s today’s theme, but I just didn’t see it.

  • George Myers

    Brilliantly written. Thanks for the fine writing. And I believe you make a persuasive case that one of the out teams could do far worse than taking a chance on Tebow’s leadership.

  • George Myers

    Brilliantly written. Thanks for the fine writing. And I believe you make a persuasive case that one of the out teams could do far worse than taking a chance on Tebow’s leadership.

  • George Myers

    Brilliantly written. Thanks for the fine writing. And I believe you make a persuasive case that one of the out teams could do far worse than taking a chance on Tebow’s leadership.

  • George Myers

    Brilliantly written. Thanks for the fine writing. And I believe you make a persuasive case that one of the out teams could do far worse than taking a chance on Tebow’s leadership.

  • anneron

    He should have just stuck to football, we didnt need to know anything else about him. Religion in the downfall of many a good person…….

  • anneron

    He should have just stuck to football, we didnt need to know anything else about him. Religion in the downfall of many a good person…….

  • anneron

    He should have just stuck to football, we didnt need to know anything else about him. Religion in the downfall of many a good person…….

  • Ken Frazier

    Many nay sayers said Arnold Palner wouldn’t make in pro golf because of his swing. Well Tim Tebow has a way of winning, and what does it matter if he throws the ball underhanded as long as he gets it to a receiver? What more could any NFL team look for than a winner with God on his side?

  • Ken Frazier

    Many nay sayers said Arnold Palner wouldn’t make in pro golf because of his swing. Well Tim Tebow has a way of winning, and what does it matter if he throws the ball underhanded as long as he gets it to a receiver? What more could any NFL team look for than a winner with God on his side?

  • Ken Frazier

    Many nay sayers said Arnold Palner wouldn’t make in pro golf because of his swing. Well Tim Tebow has a way of winning, and what does it matter if he throws the ball underhanded as long as he gets it to a receiver? What more could any NFL team look for than a winner with God on his side?

  • Ken Frazier

    Many nay sayers said Arnold Palner wouldn’t make in pro golf because of his swing. Well Tim Tebow has a way of winning, and what does it matter if he throws the ball underhanded as long as he gets it to a receiver? What more could any NFL team look for than a winner with God on his side?

  • Tony Frantzen

    blackballed?,my ass.If Tim cant play PRO quality,consistantly,not signing him is logical.As far as TO ,his mouth cost him,who needs the trouble?,Vince is just useless ,unless he grows up.

  • Tony Frantzen

    blackballed?,my ass.If Tim cant play PRO quality,consistantly,not signing him is logical.As far as TO ,his mouth cost him,who needs the trouble?,Vince is just useless ,unless he grows up.

  • Tony Frantzen

    blackballed?,my ass.If Tim cant play PRO quality,consistantly,not signing him is logical.As far as TO ,his mouth cost him,who needs the trouble?,Vince is just useless ,unless he grows up.

  • Roderick T Beaman

    In the past few days, Mike Ditka and Vinnie Testaverde weighed in on Tebow, saying he can do it as a QB in the NFL. They tolerate dog figthers, drug dealers and kiillers.

  • Roderick T Beaman

    In the past few days, Mike Ditka and Vinnie Testaverde weighed in on Tebow, saying he can do it as a QB in the NFL. They tolerate dog figthers, drug dealers and kiillers.

  • Roderick T Beaman

    In the past few days, Mike Ditka and Vinnie Testaverde weighed in on Tebow, saying he can do it as a QB in the NFL. They tolerate dog figthers, drug dealers and kiillers.

  • Roderick T Beaman

    In the past few days, Mike Ditka and Vinnie Testaverde weighed in on Tebow, saying he can do it as a QB in the NFL. They tolerate dog figthers, drug dealers and kiillers.

  • Tyrone

    Sad, but this says much more about the low character of the NFL than Tebow. Would be nice if some of theplayers would speak up, but they won’t due to their cushy situations.
    Tim will be fine and even forgiving.

  • Tyrone

    Sad, but this says much more about the low character of the NFL than Tebow. Would be nice if some of theplayers would speak up, but they won’t due to their cushy situations.
    Tim will be fine and even forgiving.

  • Tyrone

    Sad, but this says much more about the low character of the NFL than Tebow. Would be nice if some of theplayers would speak up, but they won’t due to their cushy situations.
    Tim will be fine and even forgiving.

  • Tyrone

    Sad, but this says much more about the low character of the NFL than Tebow. Would be nice if some of theplayers would speak up, but they won’t due to their cushy situations.
    Tim will be fine and even forgiving.

  • John

    You left out a huge part of the equation. Because of his huge following, he brings with him a media circus that is a major distraction for a football team. No coach wants to deal with that and the never-ending Tebow questions he and his players will receive. It’s not worth all that for a 2nd stringer.

  • John

    You left out a huge part of the equation. Because of his huge following, he brings with him a media circus that is a major distraction for a football team. No coach wants to deal with that and the never-ending Tebow questions he and his players will receive. It’s not worth all that for a 2nd stringer.

  • John

    You left out a huge part of the equation. Because of his huge following, he brings with him a media circus that is a major distraction for a football team. No coach wants to deal with that and the never-ending Tebow questions he and his players will receive. It’s not worth all that for a 2nd stringer.

  • Ken Frazier

    Tebow beat up on most every team in the SEC and the players that were pick high in the draft. Now tell me again why he cant win in the NFL. Then I’ll tell you your full of it.

  • Ken Frazier

    Tebow beat up on most every team in the SEC and the players that were pick high in the draft. Now tell me again why he cant win in the NFL. Then I’ll tell you your full of it.

  • Ken Frazier

    Tebow beat up on most every team in the SEC and the players that were pick high in the draft. Now tell me again why he cant win in the NFL. Then I’ll tell you your full of it.

  • Ken Frazier

    Tebow beat up on most every team in the SEC and the players that were pick high in the draft. Now tell me again why he cant win in the NFL. Then I’ll tell you your full of it.

  • taz

    They dont like him because he isnt a wife beater, pot smoking, roid user, gun carrying, gangsta, who likes rap, and who won’t say “Yes Masta” to the slave trade owners

  • taz

    They dont like him because he isnt a wife beater, pot smoking, roid user, gun carrying, gangsta, who likes rap, and who won’t say “Yes Masta” to the slave trade owners

  • taz

    They dont like him because he isnt a wife beater, pot smoking, roid user, gun carrying, gangsta, who likes rap, and who won’t say “Yes Masta” to the slave trade owners

  • carol of texas

    It’s a sad situation when Tim Tebow is always assailed about his faith and yet the people in the media praises bad behavior. Our nation has become a mess and I, for one, am proud of him.

    • fearlesskris

      The thing is – yeah, he seems like a great guy. He photographs beautifully. He has sparkly eyes. He’s not a winning QB – at least not yet. And I don’t know where you live, but while he was a Bronco, I couldn’t pick up a magazine, turn on a talk show, or look at a sports website without interviews, photo spreads, and information about Tebow. The media LOVED this kid. He was everywhere. I don’t think the Jets was the best place for him but he probably didn’t have much choice. Perhaps he’ll find a home where they will have the time to utilize the skills he does bring to the game – or at least get his cute little face in front of a bunch of cameras for some promo love.

    • fearlesskris

      The thing is – yeah, he seems like a great guy. He photographs beautifully. He has sparkly eyes. He’s not a winning QB – at least not yet. And I don’t know where you live, but while he was a Bronco, I couldn’t pick up a magazine, turn on a talk show, or look at a sports website without interviews, photo spreads, and information about Tebow. The media LOVED this kid. He was everywhere. I don’t think the Jets was the best place for him but he probably didn’t have much choice. Perhaps he’ll find a home where they will have the time to utilize the skills he does bring to the game – or at least get his cute little face in front of a bunch of cameras for some promo love.

  • carol of texas

    It’s a sad situation when Tim Tebow is always assailed about his faith and yet the people in the media praises bad behavior. Our nation has become a mess and I, for one, am proud of him.

  • carol of texas

    It’s a sad situation when Tim Tebow is always assailed about his faith and yet the people in the media praises bad behavior. Our nation has become a mess and I, for one, am proud of him.

  • lee herbst

    If there is a franchise out there that will thumb their nose at the NFL and commission and take a chance on Tebow, allow him to play, make him part of the team and use him and train him… then you can tell them all to kiss your arse as you go into the playoffs. He’s one of the good guys folks, did we forget what those are? If Tebow had been a trash talking, dui charged, womanizing, drug arrest player they would be all over him. Man up for what is the right thing to do. He is there to play, don’t ask about a man’s religion, politics or money… it doesn’t make the game.

  • lee herbst

    If there is a franchise out there that will thumb their nose at the NFL and commission and take a chance on Tebow, allow him to play, make him part of the team and use him and train him… then you can tell them all to kiss your arse as you go into the playoffs. He’s one of the good guys folks, did we forget what those are? If Tebow had been a trash talking, dui charged, womanizing, drug arrest player they would be all over him. Man up for what is the right thing to do. He is there to play, don’t ask about a man’s religion, politics or money… it doesn’t make the game.

  • lee herbst

    If there is a franchise out there that will thumb their nose at the NFL and commission and take a chance on Tebow, allow him to play, make him part of the team and use him and train him… then you can tell them all to kiss your arse as you go into the playoffs. He’s one of the good guys folks, did we forget what those are? If Tebow had been a trash talking, dui charged, womanizing, drug arrest player they would be all over him. Man up for what is the right thing to do. He is there to play, don’t ask about a man’s religion, politics or money… it doesn’t make the game.

  • taz

    They dont like him because he isnt a wife beater, pot smoking, roid
    user, gun carrying, gangsta, who likes rap, and who won’t say “Yes
    Masta” to the slave trade owners

  • taz

    They dont like him because he isnt a wife beater, pot smoking, roid
    user, gun carrying, gangsta, who likes rap, and who won’t say “Yes
    Masta” to the slave trade owners

  • taz

    They dont like him because he isnt a wife beater, pot smoking, roid
    user, gun carrying, gangsta, who likes rap, and who won’t say “Yes
    Masta” to the slave trade owners

  • taz

    They dont like him because he isnt a wife beater, pot smoking, roid
    user, gun carrying, gangsta, who likes rap, and who won’t say “Yes
    Masta” to the slave trade owners

  • http://www.facebook.com/thomas.bonanno Thomas Bonanno

    Tebow go to Canada they love their football and still believe in God. Rex Ryan is a loser and always will be one. Elway football has left you behind you were yesterday and yesterday is gone.

  • http://www.facebook.com/thomas.bonanno Thomas Bonanno

    Tebow go to Canada they love their football and still believe in God. Rex Ryan is a loser and always will be one. Elway football has left you behind you were yesterday and yesterday is gone.

  • http://www.facebook.com/thomas.bonanno Thomas Bonanno

    Tebow go to Canada they love their football and still believe in God. Rex Ryan is a loser and always will be one. Elway football has left you behind you were yesterday and yesterday is gone.

  • http://www.facebook.com/thomas.bonanno Thomas Bonanno

    Tebow go to Canada they love their football and still believe in God. Rex Ryan is a loser and always will be one. Elway football has left you behind you were yesterday and yesterday is gone.

  • Rich Anderson

    Great article The truth and nothing but the truth. To bad but to many people don’t know how to tell the truth.

  • Rich Anderson

    Great article The truth and nothing but the truth. To bad but to many people don’t know how to tell the truth.

  • Rich Anderson

    Great article The truth and nothing but the truth. To bad but to many people don’t know how to tell the truth.

  • zemo

    best piece I’ve read on Tebow in a long time. I constantly bring up all the 1st round draft picks, starting qb’s, and back-up mannequins who went bust for, say, the likes of my town’s Bears in the last 10-15 YEARS!

    Grossman, Orton, Griese, Hanie, Kramer, Campbell, Moreno, McNown, Matthews, Miller… I lost track. how ’bout this coming season, you think with an O=line still porous and now starting from scratch (again), Cutler’s not gonna need a strong back-up who can smash through a few linebackers for 3-4, or maybe 15 here and there?

  • zemo

    best piece I’ve read on Tebow in a long time. I constantly bring up all the 1st round draft picks, starting qb’s, and back-up mannequins who went bust for, say, the likes of my town’s Bears in the last 10-15 YEARS!

    Grossman, Orton, Griese, Hanie, Kramer, Campbell, Moreno, McNown, Matthews, Miller… I lost track. how ’bout this coming season, you think with an O=line still porous and now starting from scratch (again), Cutler’s not gonna need a strong back-up who can smash through a few linebackers for 3-4, or maybe 15 here and there?

  • Bob W. Ryley

    I think the Jets which is a total mess of an organization, did not treat Tebow fairly. I’ll give your that. Why bring the guy in and then basically let him rot all season long in the face repeated defeats. Tim deserved his shot. He surely deserved better than the treatment afforded by Rex Ryan for whom I have very little respect.

    Having said that, I don’t think there is any “conspiracy” within the NFL to blackball Tebow for any reason other than he simply isn’t an NFL caliber passer. John Fox did wonders in modifying the Broncos offense to accommodate Tim’s style in the 2011 season. But, going into 2012 Denver would have had to make massive changes in its roster AND find another QB like Tebow in case he got hurt. The simple reality is that if you run that kind of offense and your QB goes down, you can’t put in a more conventional guy and expect much with an offense built for Tebow’s run/option style.

    Most of the NFL owners are part of a pretty conservative bunch who generally are “conservative” or “right wing” in their politics. Any attempt to equate Tim’s status with a character like Sarah Palin is pure nonsense. Actually, Tim is a far more moral person than Palin. I don’t like my religion force-fed to me. But if Tim wants to recognize his God after a success or just the game itself, that’s fine with me.

    I do have a problem with a woman who has a daughter enter into a fake marriage after giving birth to a child out of wedlock, then gets divorced, then makes thousands selling herself as a responsible young person preaching abstence. Then shacks up with guy #2. But that’s OK because the sleep in separate rooms. I also note that Mrs Palin has a son who fathered a child outside of wedlock. Such families would be better off figuring out out to control their kids hormones than preaching to the rest of us and then playing the victim game when we don’t buy it. The mere thought of that woman as a Vice President is a nightmare.

    • Jim Walsh

      Bob you are sooooooo right

    • Jim Walsh

      Bob you are sooooooo right

    • Jim Walsh

      Bob you are sooooooo right

    • Jim Walsh

      Bob you are sooooooo right

  • Bob W. Ryley

    I think the Jets which is a total mess of an organization, did not treat Tebow fairly. I’ll give your that. Why bring the guy in and then basically let him rot all season long in the face repeated defeats. Tim deserved his shot. He surely deserved better than the treatment afforded by Rex Ryan for whom I have very little respect.

    Having said that, I don’t think there is any “conspiracy” within the NFL to blackball Tebow for any reason other than he simply isn’t an NFL caliber passer. John Fox did wonders in modifying the Broncos offense to accommodate Tim’s style in the 2011 season. But, going into 2012 Denver would have had to make massive changes in its roster AND find another QB like Tebow in case he got hurt. The simple reality is that if you run that kind of offense and your QB goes down, you can’t put in a more conventional guy and expect much with an offense built for Tebow’s run/option style.

    Most of the NFL owners are part of a pretty conservative bunch who generally are “conservative” or “right wing” in their politics. Any attempt to equate Tim’s status with a character like Sarah Palin is pure nonsense. Actually, Tim is a far more moral person than Palin. I don’t like my religion force-fed to me. But if Tim wants to recognize his God after a success or just the game itself, that’s fine with me.

    I do have a problem with a woman who has a daughter enter into a fake marriage after giving birth to a child out of wedlock, then gets divorced, then makes thousands selling herself as a responsible young person preaching abstence. Then shacks up with guy #2. But that’s OK because the sleep in separate rooms. I also note that Mrs Palin has a son who fathered a child outside of wedlock. Such families would be better off figuring out out to control their kids hormones than preaching to the rest of us and then playing the victim game when we don’t buy it. The mere thought of that woman as a Vice President is a nightmare.

  • Bob W. Ryley

    I think the Jets which is a total mess of an organization, did not treat Tebow fairly. I’ll give your that. Why bring the guy in and then basically let him rot all season long in the face repeated defeats. Tim deserved his shot. He surely deserved better than the treatment afforded by Rex Ryan for whom I have very little respect.

    Having said that, I don’t think there is any “conspiracy” within the NFL to blackball Tebow for any reason other than he simply isn’t an NFL caliber passer. John Fox did wonders in modifying the Broncos offense to accommodate Tim’s style in the 2011 season. But, going into 2012 Denver would have had to make massive changes in its roster AND find another QB like Tebow in case he got hurt. The simple reality is that if you run that kind of offense and your QB goes down, you can’t put in a more conventional guy and expect much with an offense built for Tebow’s run/option style.

    Most of the NFL owners are part of a pretty conservative bunch who generally are “conservative” or “right wing” in their politics. Any attempt to equate Tim’s status with a character like Sarah Palin is pure nonsense. Actually, Tim is a far more moral person than Palin. I don’t like my religion force-fed to me. But if Tim wants to recognize his God after a success or just the game itself, that’s fine with me.

    I do have a problem with a woman who has a daughter enter into a fake marriage after giving birth to a child out of wedlock, then gets divorced, then makes thousands selling herself as a responsible young person preaching abstence. Then shacks up with guy #2. But that’s OK because the sleep in separate rooms. I also note that Mrs Palin has a son who fathered a child outside of wedlock. Such families would be better off figuring out out to control their kids hormones than preaching to the rest of us and then playing the victim game when we don’t buy it. The mere thought of that woman as a Vice President is a nightmare.

  • Bob W. Ryley

    I think the Jets which is a total mess of an organization, did not treat Tebow fairly. I’ll give your that. Why bring the guy in and then basically let him rot all season long in the face repeated defeats. Tim deserved his shot. He surely deserved better than the treatment afforded by Rex Ryan for whom I have very little respect.

    Having said that, I don’t think there is any “conspiracy” within the NFL to blackball Tebow for any reason other than he simply isn’t an NFL caliber passer. John Fox did wonders in modifying the Broncos offense to accommodate Tim’s style in the 2011 season. But, going into 2012 Denver would have had to make massive changes in its roster AND find another QB like Tebow in case he got hurt. The simple reality is that if you run that kind of offense and your QB goes down, you can’t put in a more conventional guy and expect much with an offense built for Tebow’s run/option style.

    Most of the NFL owners are part of a pretty conservative bunch who generally are “conservative” or “right wing” in their politics. Any attempt to equate Tim’s status with a character like Sarah Palin is pure nonsense. Actually, Tim is a far more moral person than Palin. I don’t like my religion force-fed to me. But if Tim wants to recognize his God after a success or just the game itself, that’s fine with me.

    I do have a problem with a woman who has a daughter enter into a fake marriage after giving birth to a child out of wedlock, then gets divorced, then makes thousands selling herself as a responsible young person preaching abstence. Then shacks up with guy #2. But that’s OK because the sleep in separate rooms. I also note that Mrs Palin has a son who fathered a child outside of wedlock. Such families would be better off figuring out out to control their kids hormones than preaching to the rest of us and then playing the victim game when we don’t buy it. The mere thought of that woman as a Vice President is a nightmare.

  • starmangds

    Well said. Morality is his problem but it is a better problem to have than any that his critics are living.

  • starmangds

    Well said. Morality is his problem but it is a better problem to have than any that his critics are living.

  • starmangds

    Well said. Morality is his problem but it is a better problem to have than any that his critics are living.

  • starmangds

    Well said. Morality is his problem but it is a better problem to have than any that his critics are living.

  • john buchanan

    The truth is, I think, that pro football is a precise science. And in that context, the prognosticators turned out to be right. Tebow simply does not have the mechanical talent to make it as an NFL quarterback. That would be true even if it weren’t for all the Tebowmania/Christian drama.

  • john buchanan

    The truth is, I think, that pro football is a precise science. And in that context, the prognosticators turned out to be right. Tebow simply does not have the mechanical talent to make it as an NFL quarterback. That would be true even if it weren’t for all the Tebowmania/Christian drama.

  • James Irving

    This is ridiculous. If the guy was any good there would be any number of teams dying to pick him up. He didn’t pan out, plain and simple.

  • James Irving

    This is ridiculous. If the guy was any good there would be any number of teams dying to pick him up. He didn’t pan out, plain and simple.

  • James Irving

    This is ridiculous. If the guy was any good there would be any number of teams dying to pick him up. He didn’t pan out, plain and simple.

  • James Irving

    This is ridiculous. If the guy was any good there would be any number of teams dying to pick him up. He didn’t pan out, plain and simple.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jennie.cesario.7 Jennie Cesario

    No, I disagree. The media isn’t attacking him because he’s such a “good guy,” they’re attacking him because he’s pushing the concept that God has favorites and plays favorites – which is something you’ll have a hard time finding Jesus back up in the New Testament. For Tebow to make his point it puts God in the position of having to dislike what could very well be players on other teams that are just as devout as Tebow himself. The notion that there is only 1 Christian in the entire NFL that God can support is kind of insulting.

    • Mr. X

      This is the most unpunctuated, stupid comment i have EVER read.

      • http://www.facebook.com/jennie.cesario.7 Jennie Cesario

        As if your opinion means anything to me – total stranger.

      • http://www.facebook.com/jennie.cesario.7 Jennie Cesario

        As if your opinion means anything to me – total stranger.

    • disequilibrium

      Exactly. Players vocal in their religious beliefs are hardly unusual in the nfl or other sports. if there is a god, I expect he does what everyone else does on sunday – watch the game and let the team that plays best win.

    • disequilibrium

      Exactly. Players vocal in their religious beliefs are hardly unusual in the nfl or other sports. if there is a god, I expect he does what everyone else does on sunday – watch the game and let the team that plays best win.

    • disequilibrium

      Exactly. Players vocal in their religious beliefs are hardly unusual in the nfl or other sports. if there is a god, I expect he does what everyone else does on sunday – watch the game and let the team that plays best win.

    • disequilibrium

      Exactly. Players vocal in their religious beliefs are hardly unusual in the nfl or other sports. if there is a god, I expect he does what everyone else does on sunday – watch the game and let the team that plays best win.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jennie.cesario.7 Jennie Cesario

    No, I disagree. The media isn’t attacking him because he’s such a “good guy,” they’re attacking him because he’s pushing the concept that God has favorites and plays favorites – which is something you’ll have a hard time finding Jesus back up in the New Testament. For Tebow to make his point it puts God in the position of having to dislike what could very well be players on other teams that are just as devout as Tebow himself. The notion that there is only 1 Christian in the entire NFL that God can support is kind of insulting.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jennie.cesario.7 Jennie Cesario

    No, I disagree. The media isn’t attacking him because he’s such a “good guy,” they’re attacking him because he’s pushing the concept that God has favorites and plays favorites – which is something you’ll have a hard time finding Jesus back up in the New Testament. For Tebow to make his point it puts God in the position of having to dislike what could very well be players on other teams that are just as devout as Tebow himself. The notion that there is only 1 Christian in the entire NFL that God can support is kind of insulting.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jennie.cesario.7 Jennie Cesario

    No, I disagree. The media isn’t attacking him because he’s such a “good guy,” they’re attacking him because he’s pushing the concept that God has favorites and plays favorites – which is something you’ll have a hard time finding Jesus back up in the New Testament. For Tebow to make his point it puts God in the position of having to dislike what could very well be players on other teams that are just as devout as Tebow himself. The notion that there is only 1 Christian in the entire NFL that God can support is kind of insulting.

  • JMK

    Tebow is a Christian when the NFL as proven by the Iluminati Blackout at the Super Bowl proves is not, truthful, decent, moral, honorable.

  • JMK

    Tebow is a Christian when the NFL as proven by the Iluminati Blackout at the Super Bowl proves is not, truthful, decent, moral, honorable.

  • JMK

    Tebow is a Christian when the NFL as proven by the Iluminati Blackout at the Super Bowl proves is not, truthful, decent, moral, honorable.

  • GAJ

    Whether he remains in the NFL or ultimately chooses another career, Tim Tebow will not change. He will succeed in whatever endeavor he pursues, for he has already carved out the right priorities: God first, others second, self last. But I hate to see the lycans in the media get away with another drive by crucifix.
    Amen and Amen…Mr. Kirkwood…God Bless

  • GAJ

    Whether he remains in the NFL or ultimately chooses another career, Tim Tebow will not change. He will succeed in whatever endeavor he pursues, for he has already carved out the right priorities: God first, others second, self last. But I hate to see the lycans in the media get away with another drive by crucifix.
    Amen and Amen…Mr. Kirkwood…God Bless

  • GAJ

    Whether he remains in the NFL or ultimately chooses another career, Tim Tebow will not change. He will succeed in whatever endeavor he pursues, for he has already carved out the right priorities: God first, others second, self last. But I hate to see the lycans in the media get away with another drive by crucifix.
    Amen and Amen…Mr. Kirkwood…God Bless

  • GAJ

    Whether he remains in the NFL or ultimately chooses another career, Tim Tebow will not change. He will succeed in whatever endeavor he pursues, for he has already carved out the right priorities: God first, others second, self last. But I hate to see the lycans in the media get away with another drive by crucifix.
    Amen and Amen…Mr. Kirkwood…God Bless

  • Mr. X

    It is because he is a VOCAL CHRISTIAN, and that will not be tolerated in today’s
    sodomy loving society.

  • 08dimlight

    Look he had a chance and he did not measure up. I am sure Jesus loves him and when he is flipping burgers he can sing praises. No excuses allowed, either put up or you won’t be around, God nor the baby Jesus is going to intervene or care about football.

  • Vince

    How very true. Tebow will always be a winner!

  • ekayr

    He will be successful in whatever he does and wherever he goes. I’d hire him regardless because he is a winner and has heart. Someone hire him.

  • Mary Salaber

    Get THIS!! A person like Tim Tebow is blackballed, but a person like Barrack Obama is President of the United States. Something is WRONG!

  • Mary Salaber

    Get THIS!! A person like Tim Tebow is blackballed, but a person like Barrack Obama is President of the United States. Something is WRONG!

  • Mary Salaber

    Get THIS!! A person like Tim Tebow is blackballed, but a person like Barrack Obama is President of the United States. Something is WRONG!

  • http://www.facebook.com/blafrancehuggins Barbara La France Huggins

    This is a GREAT article! It hit the nail right on the head. The only thing that I have to add to this is Tim Tebow never had a chance there. I knew it because of he not only talks the talk…he walks the walk. No two faced person here. About his throwing. Tebow never got the blocking or protection that he needed to succeed. Every quarterback has to have protection and blocking in order to be able to set his feet and have time to look down the field for who is opened. The little that they allowed him to play ALL the players that were suppose to be protecting him left gaping holes for the opposition to tackle him therefore making Tebow look bad. How can a team support another player, Sanchez, that does not perform and win games? They deserve everything that is coming to them. What goes around comes around. Tim Tebow is way better than those losers.

  • http://www.facebook.com/blafrancehuggins Barbara La France Huggins

    This is a GREAT article! It hit the nail right on the head. The only thing that I have to add to this is Tim Tebow never had a chance there. I knew it because of he not only talks the talk…he walks the walk. No two faced person here. About his throwing. Tebow never got the blocking or protection that he needed to succeed. Every quarterback has to have protection and blocking in order to be able to set his feet and have time to look down the field for who is opened. The little that they allowed him to play ALL the players that were suppose to be protecting him left gaping holes for the opposition to tackle him therefore making Tebow look bad. How can a team support another player, Sanchez, that does not perform and win games? They deserve everything that is coming to them. What goes around comes around. Tim Tebow is way better than those losers.

  • http://www.facebook.com/blafrancehuggins Barbara La France Huggins

    This is a GREAT article! It hit the nail right on the head. The only thing that I have to add to this is Tim Tebow never had a chance there. I knew it because of he not only talks the talk…he walks the walk. No two faced person here. About his throwing. Tebow never got the blocking or protection that he needed to succeed. Every quarterback has to have protection and blocking in order to be able to set his feet and have time to look down the field for who is opened. The little that they allowed him to play ALL the players that were suppose to be protecting him left gaping holes for the opposition to tackle him therefore making Tebow look bad. How can a team support another player, Sanchez, that does not perform and win games? They deserve everything that is coming to them. What goes around comes around. Tim Tebow is way better than those losers.

  • http://www.facebook.com/blafrancehuggins Barbara La France Huggins

    This is a GREAT article! It hit the nail right on the head. The only thing that I have to add to this is Tim Tebow never had a chance there. I knew it because of he not only talks the talk…he walks the walk. No two faced person here. About his throwing. Tebow never got the blocking or protection that he needed to succeed. Every quarterback has to have protection and blocking in order to be able to set his feet and have time to look down the field for who is opened. The little that they allowed him to play ALL the players that were suppose to be protecting him left gaping holes for the opposition to tackle him therefore making Tebow look bad. How can a team support another player, Sanchez, that does not perform and win games? They deserve everything that is coming to them. What goes around comes around. Tim Tebow is way better than those losers.

  • disequilibrium

    Sheesh. Tim Tebow hasn’t succeeded in the NFL because he is a mediocre quarterback – period. There are certainly teams who at present have mediocre quarterbacks where Tebow could play, and be as average as the current quarterback, bu so what.

    The idea that Tebow is a great talent, and that not one team will take him because he is devout in his religious beliefs is simply silly (as are his beliefs, but that is off topic).

  • disequilibrium

    Sheesh. Tim Tebow hasn’t succeeded in the NFL because he is a mediocre quarterback – period. There are certainly teams who at present have mediocre quarterbacks where Tebow could play, and be as average as the current quarterback, bu so what.

    The idea that Tebow is a great talent, and that not one team will take him because he is devout in his religious beliefs is simply silly (as are his beliefs, but that is off topic).

  • disequilibrium

    Sheesh. Tim Tebow hasn’t succeeded in the NFL because he is a mediocre quarterback – period. There are certainly teams who at present have mediocre quarterbacks where Tebow could play, and be as average as the current quarterback, bu so what.

    The idea that Tebow is a great talent, and that not one team will take him because he is devout in his religious beliefs is simply silly (as are his beliefs, but that is off topic).

  • disequilibrium

    Sheesh. Tim Tebow hasn’t succeeded in the NFL because he is a mediocre quarterback – period. There are certainly teams who at present have mediocre quarterbacks where Tebow could play, and be as average as the current quarterback, bu so what.

    The idea that Tebow is a great talent, and that not one team will take him because he is devout in his religious beliefs is simply silly (as are his beliefs, but that is off topic).

  • John

    John Kirkwood is an exploitive, immoral bum. Would Jesus be like him?

  • John

    John Kirkwood is an exploitive, immoral bum. Would Jesus be like him?

  • John

    John Kirkwood is an exploitive, immoral bum. Would Jesus be like him?

  • John

    John Kirkwood is an exploitive, immoral bum. Would Jesus be like him?

  • Lou

    Best read on Tebow I’ve read…loved the Palin comparission…you hit the nail on the head…the “world” hates anything or anybody connected to God

  • Lou

    Best read on Tebow I’ve read…loved the Palin comparission…you hit the nail on the head…the “world” hates anything or anybody connected to God

  • Lou

    Best read on Tebow I’ve read…loved the Palin comparission…you hit the nail on the head…the “world” hates anything or anybody connected to God

  • Lou

    Best read on Tebow I’ve read…loved the Palin comparission…you hit the nail on the head…the “world” hates anything or anybody connected to God

  • michaelbdeane

    Didn’t you steal this from Yahoo? Blackballed? You mean there is a conspiracy to keep Tebow out of the NFL because of his faith? Hardly. It is about talent. And if he is being blackballed–persecution complex you got going there?–then everyone else who can’t cut it in the NFL is equally blackballed…

  • michaelbdeane

    Didn’t you steal this from Yahoo? Blackballed? You mean there is a conspiracy to keep Tebow out of the NFL because of his faith? Hardly. It is about talent. And if he is being blackballed–persecution complex you got going there?–then everyone else who can’t cut it in the NFL is equally blackballed…

  • michaelbdeane

    Didn’t you steal this from Yahoo? Blackballed? You mean there is a conspiracy to keep Tebow out of the NFL because of his faith? Hardly. It is about talent. And if he is being blackballed–persecution complex you got going there?–then everyone else who can’t cut it in the NFL is equally blackballed…

  • Stephanie Franks

    God Bless You for speaking out. I am a Denver fan and a Tebow fan. I can not believe the media hype. I am insulted that the sports media thinks they can tell me how bad a player is when I am watchting tv and can actually see for myself! Of course I am just a girl so what do I know (LOL) Obviously I know more than the media and most of the coaches! Denver should have kept Tebow! And as I watch some of the other teams play..he could definately benift any team he goes to. Whats wrong with a good guy? I believe any player caught using drugs, abusing women and animals, being in gun fights and wrecking cars should be banned from professional sports. I am sick of watching these low lifes being rewarded for their bad behavior because they can throw a ball, Kick them out and there will be hundreds of talented men ready to take their place

    • thanos769

      No Stephanie you’re in love with Tebow because of his faith because you obviously know very little about football. Anyone who prefers Tebow over Peyton Manning should have their head examined.

    • thanos769

      No Stephanie you’re in love with Tebow because of his faith because you obviously know very little about football. Anyone who prefers Tebow over Peyton Manning should have their head examined.

    • thanos769

      No Stephanie you’re in love with Tebow because of his faith because you obviously know very little about football. Anyone who prefers Tebow over Peyton Manning should have their head examined.

    • thanos769

      No Stephanie you’re in love with Tebow because of his faith because you obviously know very little about football. Anyone who prefers Tebow over Peyton Manning should have their head examined.

  • Stephanie Franks

    God Bless You for speaking out. I am a Denver fan and a Tebow fan. I can not believe the media hype. I am insulted that the sports media thinks they can tell me how bad a player is when I am watchting tv and can actually see for myself! Of course I am just a girl so what do I know (LOL) Obviously I know more than the media and most of the coaches! Denver should have kept Tebow! And as I watch some of the other teams play..he could definately benift any team he goes to. Whats wrong with a good guy? I believe any player caught using drugs, abusing women and animals, being in gun fights and wrecking cars should be banned from professional sports. I am sick of watching these low lifes being rewarded for their bad behavior because they can throw a ball, Kick them out and there will be hundreds of talented men ready to take their place

  • Stephanie Franks

    God Bless You for speaking out. I am a Denver fan and a Tebow fan. I can not believe the media hype. I am insulted that the sports media thinks they can tell me how bad a player is when I am watchting tv and can actually see for myself! Of course I am just a girl so what do I know (LOL) Obviously I know more than the media and most of the coaches! Denver should have kept Tebow! And as I watch some of the other teams play..he could definately benift any team he goes to. Whats wrong with a good guy? I believe any player caught using drugs, abusing women and animals, being in gun fights and wrecking cars should be banned from professional sports. I am sick of watching these low lifes being rewarded for their bad behavior because they can throw a ball, Kick them out and there will be hundreds of talented men ready to take their place

  • Stephanie Franks

    God Bless You for speaking out. I am a Denver fan and a Tebow fan. I can not believe the media hype. I am insulted that the sports media thinks they can tell me how bad a player is when I am watchting tv and can actually see for myself! Of course I am just a girl so what do I know (LOL) Obviously I know more than the media and most of the coaches! Denver should have kept Tebow! And as I watch some of the other teams play..he could definately benift any team he goes to. Whats wrong with a good guy? I believe any player caught using drugs, abusing women and animals, being in gun fights and wrecking cars should be banned from professional sports. I am sick of watching these low lifes being rewarded for their bad behavior because they can throw a ball, Kick them out and there will be hundreds of talented men ready to take their place

  • Mike

    I am stunned at how badly the writer misses the point and why Tebow is suffering needlessly….but then again it is because of clueless people that he is suffering…to bad I liked him quite a bit despite the fact that I am not christian.

  • Mike

    I am stunned at how badly the writer misses the point and why Tebow is suffering needlessly….but then again it is because of clueless people that he is suffering…to bad I liked him quite a bit despite the fact that I am not christian.

  • Mike

    I am stunned at how badly the writer misses the point and why Tebow is suffering needlessly….but then again it is because of clueless people that he is suffering…to bad I liked him quite a bit despite the fact that I am not christian.

  • Mike

    I am stunned at how badly the writer misses the point and why Tebow is suffering needlessly….but then again it is because of clueless people that he is suffering…to bad I liked him quite a bit despite the fact that I am not christian.

  • Sally Johnson

    All these comments about God punishing non-believers! Good thing God’s got Tebow throwing those lightning bolts or somebody might get hurt.

  • Sally Johnson

    All these comments about God punishing non-believers! Good thing God’s got Tebow throwing those lightning bolts or somebody might get hurt.

  • Sally Johnson

    All these comments about God punishing non-believers! Good thing God’s got Tebow throwing those lightning bolts or somebody might get hurt.

  • Sally Johnson

    All these comments about God punishing non-believers! Good thing God’s got Tebow throwing those lightning bolts or somebody might get hurt.

  • Spartucus

    This writer is an idiot. Tim Tebow doesn’t belong in the NFL.

  • Spartucus

    This writer is an idiot. Tim Tebow doesn’t belong in the NFL.

  • Spartucus

    This writer is an idiot. Tim Tebow doesn’t belong in the NFL.

  • Shadow

    The long and short of it is simple…Tim Tebow brings a religious media circus to whatever town he goes to, but doesn’t provide a quality game to compensate and…the MAJORITY of fans don’t want religion in their football..they prefer it right before they go home to relax, in a church.
    You all threatening to not be at games doesn’t bother anyone, but yourself, as the majority don’t wish to hear religious references while watching a game. In fact, we welcome your temporary status watching football, like a dismissed temp at work who didn’t know when to remain quiet and work.
    If Tebow wants a job in the NFL, he’s going to have to up his skills, prove himself in Arena Football in quality and in learning to keep his mouth quieter about his God. There are plenty of quality NFL QB’s out there and some with less quality than Tebow, who have a job in the NFL…it’s because they know when to talk and when not to.
    You’re right about some thugs having a job before he does. Those same thugs play a better football game and DO know when to shut up.
    As for how great he is..he isn’t great, he DOES have heart, but the Bronco defense took them to the playoffs a couple of years ago, with a little bit of Lady Luck for Tebow, and the Broncos had one of the worst records to ever get into the playoffs at that point. Peyton’s team vs.Tebows team…one lucks into the playoffs as the last seed, the other earns the top seed and had an unfortunate day. Tebow can’t even hold a clipboard for Peyton.
    Signed,
    Diehard Denver Bronco fan since 1975

  • Shadow

    The long and short of it is simple…Tim Tebow brings a religious media circus to whatever town he goes to, but doesn’t provide a quality game to compensate and…the MAJORITY of fans don’t want religion in their football..they prefer it right before they go home to relax, in a church.
    You all threatening to not be at games doesn’t bother anyone, but yourself, as the majority don’t wish to hear religious references while watching a game. In fact, we welcome your temporary status watching football, like a dismissed temp at work who didn’t know when to remain quiet and work.
    If Tebow wants a job in the NFL, he’s going to have to up his skills, prove himself in Arena Football in quality and in learning to keep his mouth quieter about his God. There are plenty of quality NFL QB’s out there and some with less quality than Tebow, who have a job in the NFL…it’s because they know when to talk and when not to.
    You’re right about some thugs having a job before he does. Those same thugs play a better football game and DO know when to shut up.
    As for how great he is..he isn’t great, he DOES have heart, but the Bronco defense took them to the playoffs a couple of years ago, with a little bit of Lady Luck for Tebow, and the Broncos had one of the worst records to ever get into the playoffs at that point. Peyton’s team vs.Tebows team…one lucks into the playoffs as the last seed, the other earns the top seed and had an unfortunate day. Tebow can’t even hold a clipboard for Peyton.
    Signed,
    Diehard Denver Bronco fan since 1975

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kevin-Stanfield/100000305103176 Kevin Stanfield

    Who cares what this sassy, sarcastic society says about you Tim. Keep praising God, you know that’s by far the most important thing in life is your salvation and where you will spend eternity. God Bless you always.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kevin-Stanfield/100000305103176 Kevin Stanfield

    Who cares what this sassy, sarcastic society says about you Tim. Keep praising God, you know that’s by far the most important thing in life is your salvation and where you will spend eternity. God Bless you always.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kevin-Stanfield/100000305103176 Kevin Stanfield

    Who cares what this sassy, sarcastic society says about you Tim. Keep praising God, you know that’s by far the most important thing in life is your salvation and where you will spend eternity. God Bless you always.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.thomas.1694 Chuck Thomas

    Doesn’t matter whether he’s liked or not liked in the public eye. The Lord loves him and he serves The Lord. The Lord can do so much more than man can even imagine. Those who don’t like Tebow, watch and see what The Lord is about to do for him.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.thomas.1694 Chuck Thomas

    Doesn’t matter whether he’s liked or not liked in the public eye. The Lord loves him and he serves The Lord. The Lord can do so much more than man can even imagine. Those who don’t like Tebow, watch and see what The Lord is about to do for him.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.thomas.1694 Chuck Thomas

    Doesn’t matter whether he’s liked or not liked in the public eye. The Lord loves him and he serves The Lord. The Lord can do so much more than man can even imagine. Those who don’t like Tebow, watch and see what The Lord is about to do for him.

  • bubba

    Not right to compare Tebow with Palin. He has talent and knows what he is doing. His religious beliefs are genuine, not just pandering to the religious right.

  • bubba

    Not right to compare Tebow with Palin. He has talent and knows what he is doing. His religious beliefs are genuine, not just pandering to the religious right.

  • thanos769

    First of all every “starting” player that this guy named isn’t a starter except for Christian Ponder and isn’t it ironic that he wants him to replace a guy named Christian? Secondly Tebow is not being Blackballed but articles like this one and the nut jobs who believe this garbage are part of the reason that nobody wants him. Right now his ability dictates that he’s a back up at best and more likely a third string quarterback but the cult that follows him will demand that he start and cry Christian Bashing if he doesn’t no matter where he goes. He’s just not that good of a player but because he’s a devout Christian his followers want teams to overlook that fact and play him anyway.

  • thanos769

    First of all every “starting” player that this guy named isn’t a starter except for Christian Ponder and isn’t it ironic that he wants him to replace a guy named Christian? Secondly Tebow is not being Blackballed but articles like this one and the nut jobs who believe this garbage are part of the reason that nobody wants him. Right now his ability dictates that he’s a back up at best and more likely a third string quarterback but the cult that follows him will demand that he start and cry Christian Bashing if he doesn’t no matter where he goes. He’s just not that good of a player but because he’s a devout Christian his followers want teams to overlook that fact and play him anyway.

  • Rich

    Mr. Tebow is not being “blackballed” as that term is properly used. Teams simply don’t want him because (a) he is not an NFL caliber quarterback and (b) because of his on, and off, field actions he is a distraction to his team!

  • Rich

    Mr. Tebow is not being “blackballed” as that term is properly used. Teams simply don’t want him because (a) he is not an NFL caliber quarterback and (b) because of his on, and off, field actions he is a distraction to his team!

  • Rich

    Mr. Tebow is not being “blackballed” as that term is properly used. Teams simply don’t want him because (a) he is not an NFL caliber quarterback and (b) because of his on, and off, field actions he is a distraction to his team!

  • Rich

    Mr. Tebow is not being “blackballed” as that term is properly used. Teams simply don’t want him because (a) he is not an NFL caliber quarterback and (b) because of his on, and off, field actions he is a distraction to his team!

  • Knife10

    Good article. I wasn’t a Tebow fan when he was kicking the crap out of Tennessee, but I learned a lot about him since then, and I like what I’ve learned. I’d rather watch reruns of Tim at Florida than watch the NFL because of the shabby treatment Tebow has gotten. I’ll certainly never sit through another Jets or Broncos game.

  • Knife10

    Good article. I wasn’t a Tebow fan when he was kicking the crap out of Tennessee, but I learned a lot about him since then, and I like what I’ve learned. I’d rather watch reruns of Tim at Florida than watch the NFL because of the shabby treatment Tebow has gotten. I’ll certainly never sit through another Jets or Broncos game.

  • Knife10

    Good article. I wasn’t a Tebow fan when he was kicking the crap out of Tennessee, but I learned a lot about him since then, and I like what I’ve learned. I’d rather watch reruns of Tim at Florida than watch the NFL because of the shabby treatment Tebow has gotten. I’ll certainly never sit through another Jets or Broncos game.

  • Knife10

    Good article. I wasn’t a Tebow fan when he was kicking the crap out of Tennessee, but I learned a lot about him since then, and I like what I’ve learned. I’d rather watch reruns of Tim at Florida than watch the NFL because of the shabby treatment Tebow has gotten. I’ll certainly never sit through another Jets or Broncos game.

  • Dave Bayer

    Amen, and God Bless the coach that finally takes a little time to teach him the few things he needs. He gets his courage for God through God and bless him. A true voice in the wilderness along with Coach Dungy and maybe enough others to count on one hand. Shame on us. Let’s somebody just coach him up a bit, I’m sure he’d accept. That would be a lot more welcome message than who’s gay and who isn’t, well, shouldn’t it be?

  • Dave Bayer

    Amen, and God Bless the coach that finally takes a little time to teach him the few things he needs. He gets his courage for God through God and bless him. A true voice in the wilderness along with Coach Dungy and maybe enough others to count on one hand. Shame on us. Let’s somebody just coach him up a bit, I’m sure he’d accept. That would be a lot more welcome message than who’s gay and who isn’t, well, shouldn’t it be?

  • Dave Bayer

    Amen, and God Bless the coach that finally takes a little time to teach him the few things he needs. He gets his courage for God through God and bless him. A true voice in the wilderness along with Coach Dungy and maybe enough others to count on one hand. Shame on us. Let’s somebody just coach him up a bit, I’m sure he’d accept. That would be a lot more welcome message than who’s gay and who isn’t, well, shouldn’t it be?

  • Cash Cow

    great article

  • jesusislord2

    Jesus told his people that they would be hated by all on His account. The more public you go for Jesus, the more Satan dislikes it. The supernatural element is real. If Satan is not hassling you that’s because you pose no threat to darkness. Hang in there, Tim. If the NFL prefers political correctness to godliness, shake the dust off your feet and follow King Jesus wherever He may lead.

  • John

    That back-up quarterback position in Washington that you