This was bound to happen. In the final minutes of first quarter, Detroit linebacker Stephen Tulloch ran down Tim Tebow and dragged him down for a sack. Then he decided to celebrate in the new pose that has been sweeping the nation since Denver's thrilling comeback win over Miami last week.
That's right. Tulloch Tebowed after sacking Tebow.
Later in the game, Detroit's Tony Scheffler scored on a 1-yard touchdown catch and decided to get in on the "Tebowing" too.
The Broncos went on to get crushed 45-10.
According to Denver native Jared Kleinstein's Tebowing website, Tebowing means "to get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different."
Although Tebow said earlier in the week that he sees the new phenomenon as a blessing, I doubt he likes it when opposing defenses do it.
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