In the ninth episode of Sports Blitz Now, Jordan Schultz and host Scott Braun break down the Giants chances of beating Green Bay at Lambeau Field, and why Tim Tebow's miraculous season is about to come to an abrupt end.
Do people really think God is sitting up in Heaven on a Barcalounger, with a beer, a bratwurst and a Bronco's jersey, handing out touchdowns?
Yes, I'm a Tim Tebow fan. And not only because he's the underdog who pulls off miraculous victories, the scrappy boyish quarterback who always snatches victory from the jaws of defeat.
All this past week, I was thinking how embarrassing it'd be if the 12-4 Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the 8-8 Denver Broncos. But there was no chance of that happening, right?
Tim Tebow is the best evidence yet of the existence of his very own Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. No question, as jocks like to say with microphones in their mugs. Most definitely.
Have you been Tebowing since last night? The guy who wore 3:16 on his eye black at Florida, passed for 316 yards against a terrific Pittsburgh defense as the Broncos won in stunning fashion in overtime.
We all need to recognize what Tebow has truly meant to the NFL this season. He has provided hope for underdogs, and proven that determination and sheer will definitely results in success.
The Tebow story goes much deeper than what has been happening on the gridiron. He has become a hugely polarizing figure in American society -- not for his lack of passing ability but for his outspoken Christian beliefs.
As 2011 fades into a distant memory, so, hopefully, will the sporting world's obsession with the watered-down and oversimplified debate over Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow.
What the sports commentator establishment ignores is that Tebow's religious fervor is not important to the fans. Fans could care less whether he proudly flaunts his piety instead of concealing it.
Tim Tebow gets it and understands that his first priority while playing professional football is to go for the guaranteed victory by glorifying Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.
With all this Tebow mania in full force, wouldn't it only make sense that the wise and mighty Tim Tebow could teach all of us an important lesson in history?
Just as I listen for the significance and deeper meaning behind what patients talk about in my office, so do I when it comes to Tebow-talk.
You have to love Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni getting all Rex Ryan and calling the Knicks a serious contender. They've gone a decade without a playoff appearance.
What if the first thing Tim Tebow said in interviews was: "First, I would like to thank Allah and send blessings upon Prophet Muhammad." Would America think God was on his side then?
Jordan Schultz, Steve Levy and host Scott Braun break down why Green Bay is vulnerable in the playoffs and at Lambeau Field, they discuss the ins and outs of the Ryan Braun drug test and try and rebound from an abysmal week of football picks.