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“You’ll still never see me tebowing”


What do libs and Hitler have in common?

A hatred of Tim Tebow!

Go, Gator!

I’ve got no dog in this fight, but it’s fun to watch people go nuts over a guy who merely kneels down in the endzone.
Tolerance, it’s a difficult concept.

Took a few quick peeks at Facebook over the last few weeks and wasn’t surprised to see a couple of my lefty high school classmates mocking him and gleefully expressing their contempt.

For a guy who would probably smile at their childish insults and sincerely wish them a nice day.

His humility and good deeds (he always seems to be involved with seriously ill people as well as his charity), in stark contrast to the loud, arrogant, infantile athletes around him has momentarily turned me into a sports fan.

Just what our society needs and such a wonderful role model for today’s young people.

Go Tebow!!

Thanks Professor,
I really needed a laugh today.

If Tebow were Muslim and brought a prayer rug to the games he’d be lauded for his courage and recognized as greatest modern sports story of our time.

Henry Hawkins | January 12, 2012 at 3:52 pm

None of knows all the football players extant in America, but most of us know at least a couple who also pay respects to their God upon scoring TDs. Those who will, please list the ones you know who do this routinely. The couple athletes I know off the top of my head who make gestures similafr to Tebow’s:

Denard Robinson QB, Michigan Wolverines
Steve Smith, WR, Carolina Panthers

Kinda fun watching folks get all worked up over Tebow. Some because he wears his religion on his sleeve, some just because he has so much improving to do as an NFL quarterback.

I can remember when Brett Favre started out in Green Bay… and he wasn’t any better then than Tebow is at the same stage in his NFL career. Turned out Favre usually got the job done early on with an often ugly, reckless determination and an absolute will to win. The “experts” were in awe of how an NFL quarterback who was, in their opinions, so fundamentally flawed could win like Favre did. Tebow is a long, long way from Favre but the early comparisons are striking. Apparently the experts have really short memories. Vultures.

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Merlin. | January 12, 2012 at 6:37 pm

    The experts, so certain of his limited skills and potential, let one particular college QB drop all the way to the 6th round of the NFL draft – Tom Brady.