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.
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?
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.
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.
So, as with most of the games this season, the Steelers finished their up-and-down season with an up-and-down game. With Mendenhall out for the playoffs, their entire game plan might need to change.
The NFL has ramped up its player safety enforcement and discipline -- James Harrison can attest to that -- but can and should do more to protect its players from others and, often, from themselves.
The Pittsburgh Steelers actually managed to not keep things close playing against division opponent the Cincinnati Bengals.
I've said it before this season and I'll say it again: the Steelers, for the good and bad, like to keep things exciting.
A sweep of the series gives the Ravens a tie-break if they end up with the same record as Pittsburgh. It was an incredible ending and completely uncharacteristic of the Steelers defense.
The Jets are coming off their bye, which, at least in Bleeding Green Nation, always equals "win." The Bills are coming off spanking the Redskins, which to me, screams trap game. The entire league is topsy-turvy this year. Which to me says Bills.
In the fifth episode of Sports Blitz Now -- the brand new Huffington Post sports radio show -- Jordan Schultz and the crew break down the Tim Tebow fiasco and fully preview Saturday's monstrous 1-2 LSU-Alabama showdown in Tuscaloosa.
Although Steelers fans will relish in this win, there's really only one thing on all of our minds: Revenge against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night Football.
I'll just come out and say it -- I think mostly 99 percent of those who actually care about the NFL thought the Steelers were going to win this one.
The Steelers just aren't playing good football, and it doesn't bode well for the rest of the season.
It is no coincidence that Johnson, Mendenhall and Greene, the three most conspicuous fantasy disappointments thus far, all play on teams with significant offensive line woes.
Where were these guys last week? Were the Steelers really that bad, the Ravens really that good, or the Seahawks really that bad?