Is Peyton Manning afraid of the unknown? Is he afraid of facing new defensive strategies? Are we supposed to honor him as the greatest quarterback of all-time because he chooses to play against most of the teams he has met before?
Peyton Manning hit a home run in his introductory news conference yesterday in Denver. He said it's all about hard work and winning. Period.
The Madoff trustee wanted a billion, he got $162 million instead. And nothing has to be paid for three years. So now the Mets are solvent right? They can go back to being a big league team in a big league city right? We can only hope.
In the story of the 2012 offseason, the Peyton Predicament is coming to a conclusion. Peyton Manning has agreed to join the Denver Broncos, setting in motion movement to come for Tim Tebow. Here are ten thoughts on Peyton's soft landing in Denver after his turbulent exit from Indianapolis.
Tim Tebow is a superstar masquerading as an underdog. He's been a winner at the highest level his entire life. Should we really be surprised that he's a winner in the NFL, too? Lin, however, is the ultimate underdog.
It's an election season. You need to watch this game to fully understand how jobs, religion, leadership, and health care dominate every American contest.
Tim Tebow is admirably inspired by his strong faith. But when he wears a uniform, he owes that team the respect of making his faith more private expression, less public spectacle.
No matter what you think about Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow or the public way he expresses his faith in God, what is certain is that he has helped spur discussions on what our lives are all about and where God is in all of it.
Heading into next season -- when Tebow will benefit from having his first full training camp as a starter -- we know this: Broncos fans can neither count on him to be the quarterback of the future, nor can they count him out.
God does help Tim Tebow win football games. How? Because whenever any of us open ourselves up to the presence of God, we become a better version of ourselves.
One friend called me, frantic. He believed that Tebow's evolution into this charismatic evangelical Quarterback posed a threat for Muslim Americans like his teenage son.
The glow of Tebow-mania will fade as the Broncos head into the off-season, but the quarterback's remarkable run with the team put the spotlight light on Denver's Filipino community before the season's end.
Are you freaking kidding me? I go on a health-food cleanse for one week, and Hostess suddenly files for bankruptcy? Come on. Was I seriously the last person keeping the company afloat?
I think that believing that there's an invisible man in the sky who helps a quarterback win football games is rooted in either idiocy or wickedness, or some combination of the two.
I guess the odds makers aren't Tebowing. Denver goes into New England a 13 1/2 point underdog tomorrow night. I don't bet or advocate sports betting, but Tim Tebow has proved just about everyone wrong.
Whatever happens in these play-offs will not diminish the success of Tim Tebow. But which coaches recognize the football revolution will determine the successful franchises.