Regardless of what anyone thinks of Tebow as a football player, I believe the guy is an outstanding human being. I just saw a segment on ESPN where Tebow went out of his way to make things better for a disabled 16 year old life long Gator fan. I personally know someone who's severely disabled son attends FSU and has been befriended by Tebow. He doesn't have to do these things but it sure makes life a little brighter for others who are less fortunate then we are.
Back to Tebow. Today, he does not have the passing skills of a NFL quarterback. I wonder what the reaction would be if a Muslim player prostrated towards Mecca after each score and proclaimed his love for Allah at post game press conferences? Or a Buddhist... I like to thank Buddha for my blessings.
What's good for the goose is good for the gander.
Ya'll were talking about Joe Kapp earlier. Here's a funny as hell video taken last Friday of 73 yr old Kapp throwing trading fists and cane shots with 73 year old Angelo Mosca at a CFL Grey Cup banquet. Apparently there's still some bad blood over the 1963 Grey Cup where Mosca injured Kapp's teammate with a late hit. Enjoy :p http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kThLSiykiHY
Maybe Tebow can figure a way to throw it to himself.
Thants what you get SD fans,,, fer your low rent chant!!:razz::razz:
Tebow can thank the Denver D for giving up an average of 13 points over the last several games;-)
with Tebow as the starter the Broncos are 5-1....Elway would get laughed out of town if they were to trade or draft a QB in the early rounds..they might bring in another veteran for backup but the job is now Tebow's to lose