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Old 05-06-2010, 05:43 PM   #46
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my guess is gmscud is responsible for about 6 or 7 jerseys
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Doubtful that all the fellows following the Broncos are of the "zealous" Protestant variety.
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my guess is gmscud is responsible for about 6 or 7 jerseys
LOL. Nope, just one.
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Because he is a "born again"!
Why do you find the thought of that so provocative?
or does it threaten you in some way?
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Doubtful that all the fellows following the Broncos are of the "zealous" Protestant variety.
No they arent, but the causal(NFL) and religious fan will buy the Jersey to support what he stands for.
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Because he is a "born again"!
He's actually not "born again." Born agains are people that lost their way in life and then "found Jesus" as they say. Tebow is the son of missionaries. He's been this way from day 1. Sure he's a religious guy, but he's not fake, and he doesn't walk around pushing his beliefs on people. He's just himself- and intense, competitive, and very religious dude. He'll be good for the NFL just for the charity work he'll do while he's in league, even if he never amounts to much as a player.

With shitheads like Big Ben, Santonio Holmes, Marvin Harrison, Pac Man Jones, and all the other trouble makers, guys like Tebow are good for the NFL, even if he never turns into a star player.
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The character part is a good thing, but just because he is religious doesnt mean he is a good guy. We all know examples of people that arent.

Thats what I am not too thrilled about. How people just assume he is some sort of angel because he hates abortion. Now he is probably is a good guy, and he can support whatever he wants. Let's not just assume all those who are not religious, or open about their beliefs, are somewhat lesser than Tebow.
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He's actually not "born again." Born agains are people that lost their way in life and then "found Jesus" as they say. Tebow is the son of missionaries. He's been this way from day 1. Sure he's a religious guy, but he's not fake, and he doesn't walk around pushing his beliefs on people. He's just himself- and intense, competitive, and very religious dude. He'll be good for the NFL just for the charity work he'll do while he's in league, even if he never amounts to much as a player.

With shitheads like Big Ben, Santonio Holmes, Marvin Harrison, Pac Man Jones, and all the other trouble makers, guys like Tebow are good for the NFL, even if he never turns into a star player.
Nope, he flies to other countries to do it, with the promise of helping the villages with everyday needs
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Actually I don't know how his missions groups work, just how many others do.
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The character part is a good thing, but just because he is religious doesnt mean he is a good guy. We all know examples of people that arent.

Thats what I am not too thrilled about. How people just assume he is some sort of angel because he hates abortion. Now he is probably is a good guy, and he can support whatever he wants. Let's not just assume all those who are not religious, or open about their beliefs, are somewhat lesser than Tebow.
People's appreciation for Tebow shouldn't in any way diminish what other good guys in the league have done. The media has a freakin orgasm for all things Tebow. That's not really his fault.
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Nope, he flies to other countries to do it, with the promise of helping the villages with everyday needs
Touche. What I mean is he doesn't go into a locker room and tell someone how they should think religiously. He offered a bible study group to some of the guys on the Florida team who were actively christian, but that's about it from everything I've heard/read.
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People's appreciation for Tebow shouldn't in any way diminish what other good guys in the league have done. The media has a freakin orgasm for all things Tebow. That's not really his fault.
In an ideal world they shouldn't, but player stock/perception is all relative. People who are "religious" are immediately portrayed as high character and good guys. IMO thats unfair to someone who does not have that belief. They are immediately viewed as lesser, all else things being equal.
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Touche. What I mean is he doesn't go into a locker room and tell someone how they should think religiously. He offered a bible study group to some of the guys on the Florida team who were actively christian, but that's about it from everything I've heard/read.
No, he just does it during the Wonderlic.

Ladies and gents I'll be here all night. I think I did hear Tebow say that that never happened, so who knows.
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In an ideal world they shouldn't, but player stock/perception is all relative. People who are "religious" are immediately portrayed as high character and good guys. IMO thats unfair to someone who does not have that belief. They are immediately viewed as lesser, all else things being equal.
Basically. Imagine a presidential candidate claiming atheism. The whole atheism = evil connotation is ridiculous.
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No, he just does it during the Wonderlic.

Ladies and gents I'll be here all night. I think I did hear Tebow say that that never happened, so who knows.
Well if actually got the below score I agree with this poster:
  1. kpweaver27 says: March 23, 2010 7:27 PM He scored a 22 of 50. He should have studied more and prayed less. Something all of America could follow.
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