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Old 01-09-2012, 02:46 PM   #196
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Yeah the media annoys the hell out of me. I like Tebow (Loved him in his florida gator days), but the more attention he gets the more jesus-y he gets, and the more the media debates over him...it gets so annoying.
Are you saying that it is him getting more "Jesus-y" or the media portraying that on him?

PS I drew the Bronco's symbol with Tim Tebow #15 on a post it note this morning and stuck it on my shirt. A girl that works with me thats a big Steelers fan ripped it off, tore it up and threw it in the trashcan. Mission accomplished for 1/9/12.
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Old 01-09-2012, 02:50 PM   #197
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Yeah the media annoys the hell out of me. I like Tebow (Loved him in his florida gator days), but the more attention he gets the more jesus-y he gets, and the more the media debates over him...it gets so annoying.
I agree, but that's no fault of Tim's. The media is absolutely ridiculous with their coverage of him. And he has been very humble with deflecting the praise to his teammates and coaches. Whenever anyone mentions "Tebow Time" to him, he says it's actually Bronco time. He also heaped plenty of praise, deservedly so, on D. Thomas.

Pretty cool that after the game, Tim spent his time with a little girl who has suffered through 73 surgeries. Most players his age would be focusing on getting laid/drunk after a game like that. He's a kid that just gets it.

Being a Florida Gator, I'm obviously extremely biased, but I wish Tim Tebow nothing but the highest level of success personally and professionally. This country needs more role models like him, and he's great for the NFL.
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I agree, but that's no fault of Tim's. The media is absolutely ridiculous with their coverage of him. And he has been very humble with deflecting the praise to his teammates and coaches. Whenever anyone mentions "Tebow Time" to him, he says it's actually Bronco time. He also heaped plenty of praise, deservedly so, on D. Thomas.

Pretty cool that after the game, Tim spent his time with a little girl who has suffered through 73 surgeries. Most players his age would be focusing on getting laid/drunk after a game like that. He's a kid that just gets it.

Being a Florida Gator, I'm obviously extremely biased, but I wish Tim Tebow nothing but the highest level of success personally and professionally. This country needs more role models like him, and he's great for the NFL.

Aint that the truth!! He's got a murderers row of villians to get through to get to the Super Bowl. One down. If Tebow makes it through thoses guys he should be admitted into the Justice League

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well, both, because the media always brings up his faith, and whenever he's being interviewed by the media we always have to hear the whole Jesus , Jesus, can't do it without jesus, jesus this jesus that, I'm still a virgin (don't believe that), coach fox has faith in me mr. elway has faith in me, yeah its that on NFLN, ESPN, ESPN2, CBS, FOX, NBC, Hallmark, etc.


Sorry no , the media's not bring it up ...he gets up n that podeum and says "I want to that God and that other shit " and then....any questions? No it's not the media ...it's him and he needs to start thanking the other Bronco players around him.
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Kinda crazy in this day and age when everyone complains that the media only focuses on the negative, here they are focusing on one of the truly good guys and there's backlash over it.
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Sorry no , the media's not bring it up ...he gets up n that podeum and says "I want to that God and that other shit " and then....any questions? No it's not the media ...it's him and he needs to start thanking the other Bronco players around him.
He's a man of strong faith. So what? Better than other knuckleheads who thank god and go beat their girlfriends. At least he practices what he preaches. He thanks the lord all the time. Who cares? Pretty weak to criticize a guy for that.

And if you don't think he deflects praise to his teammates and coaches constantly, then you're just not paying attention.
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Guys like skip bayless who I like, have made the tebow situation what it is today. I swear everyday for two months on first take they talk about tebow and his religion.. just let it go please
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Sorry no , the media's not bring it up ...he gets up n that podeum and says "I want to that God and that other shit " and then....any questions? No it's not the media ...it's him and he needs to start thanking the other Bronco players around him.
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Your in the 1% club. :FIREdevil just keep heading south you cant miss it. JK

sorry , you and Skip Bayless are the 1%.
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Guys like skip bayless who I like, have made the tebow situation what it is today. I swear everyday for two months on first take they talk about tebow and his religion.. just let it go please
My only beef with Tebow mania is this idea that he magically just wins games. Like in the past when Tebow has struggled and the defense did virtually all the heavy lifting Tebow ends up with virtually all the credit.

I mean we don't have to break everything down to the last decimal of Pi but I'm not to crazy about being extremely vague when it comes to dolling out credit.
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Old 01-09-2012, 03:59 PM   #207
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Tebow is Tebow I think the whole drama around him is cool. If you don't like it change the channel. If you say it is everywhere not true, my mom didn't know who he was until yesterday.

Also if it wasn't Tebow and all his followings yesterday probably would have been one of the most boring Wild Card Weekends in recent memory.
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Thanks , did'nt know that.
Congrats on not injecting a bunch of injury excuses with that.
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My last word on tebow for the next few days; Beat NE, then I'll be a huge believer.
I have foreseen this. As I foretold last week. The .500 and below playoff teams always win the first round. They never win the second round.
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I have foreseen this. As I foretold last week. The .500 and below playoff teams always win the first round. They never win the second round.
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