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.
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.
After proclaiming that of course they're bringing back their offensive coordinator, the Jets show him the door. And a New York Daily News story has Jets players taking shots at their quarterback Mark Sanchez.
People angry at Kim Novak are missing the point. When someone reports a rape you're supposed to grab a pitch fork and attack. That's it. Don't think. Don't analyze. Just get a lynch mob together and go after the rapist, stupid.
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.
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.
Tim Tebow's behavior on the field does raise important questions about prayer and how Christians ought to practice it.
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.
Despite conventional wisdom, influence and persuasion are not the same animal.
Men and women who are grateful to God for daily miracles as well as extraordinary acts of salvation may subscribe to either of the stories of Hanukkah.
I respect Tebow's right to believe in whatever he wants to believe in, but I've always found his faith face painting and now his kneeling to be somewhat sacrilegious in that it seems to reduce the sacredness of one's faith to the pedestrian level of a game.