Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Thank God for Tebow's TDs

During Tebow's time spent at University of Florida, he used to write bible verses on his eye black, under his eyes.  The action was eventually deemed inappropriate by both the NCAA and the NFL.  Avid God-lover Tim Tebow has found a loophole to the league's ban of religion involving flamboyancy of beliefs.  Instead of writing verses under his eyes, Tebow wrote a verse thought to be 2: 10-11 on his forearm where any other rookie's playbook helper would be. 

Verse 2: 10-11 reads, "But the angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord." 

By the way he acts, I'm actually beginning to think that Tim Tebow is Christ reborn.  I'm no religion expert by any means, it's the cause of too many disagreements, major and minor.  But, the guy seems to be the perfect human being.  The real question is, can he win a Super Bowl?    I guess only time will tell us that.  Until then, I'll enjoy watching him grow as a player, fighting passionately week in and out to win games as I have the past two weeks and during his collegiate career.  At least that will tell us if God is a good Offensive Coordinator or not.  As far as Timmy's religion goes, I really don't care.  It's cool that he likes to show what he believes in, but at a certain point I feel like he'd realize we got the message.  There are roughly 2000 players in and out of the NFL every year meaning there are a number of religions that are supported.  Keep the religion off the field where it belongs. 

In the meantime Bros, send some prayers to the 1st place "Church of Tebow" to defeat the 2 seed "JetsFan17" this week in the Fantasy Football Championship.  Some cash and serious bragging rights are on the line this weekend.  Lucked out last week, and I'm going to assume Timmy Tebow and God did that favor for me.  Thanks Bros, keep up the good work.

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