"It’s Tim Tebow’s bizarre legacy that Denver, Colorado has become the most eventful sports town in America. Unequivocally."
Jets fans won't have Tim Tebow to kick around anymore. He's been released by the Jets, who had six QBs on the roster after having drafted Geno Smith.
This is a sad, sad day for sports web sites from coast to coast. Say what you will about Tebow's acumen as a quarterback, he was ratings gold.
Hopefully he will be signed somewhere - and not in Canada.
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Shahid Khan would love nothing more than to finally remove the tarps that conceal thousands of empty seats in EverBank field on gamedays. In other words, the Jaguars owner would like to have Time Tebow.
Khan has made no secret of his desire to employ the former Florida star as his one and only, full time QB. For Khan there would be no "Tebow package". Tebow is the package. And there's no immediate pressure to win in Jacksonville. Khan and his fan base realize that the franchise will take time to turn around.
Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio speculates that, after a rocky season as the Jets' number two guy, that Tebow will be open to a trade to Khan's club. He might even insist on it. So who better to become the next head coach of the Jags than the guy who drafted Timmy, Josh McDaniels?
A Tebow / McDaniels reunion would sure be a story, wouldn't it?
(via Pro Football Talk)
In order to "control how it's used and to make sure it's used the right way", Tim Tebow, Incorporated has trademarked the created in the backup QBs honor.
Tebowing is now Tebowing™.
Naturally, Tebow asserts that, if Tebowing™ is ever utilized for profit that all earnings will be donated to the Tim Tebow Foundation.
Regardless, it's reasonable to point out that the meme its self, and the name "Tebowing" were the brain children of people other than Tim Tebow. The whole thing is believed to have begun at a Broncos fan bar in New York. Two fans who applied for a trademark on Tebowing backed off, allowing Timmy to take this one to the house uncontested.
Here's an insanely compelling piece of video from ESPN's "Numbers Never Lie" breaking down the remarkable similarities between last years Broncos and this years Jets. It's Tebow Time, alright.
Thanks Goodness (we won't use "God" here) for jackass sports columnists. Without them fabricating bullshit stories out of thin air we might not have a reason to include Tim Tebow's name in any headlines. It's not like the kid is making headlines on the playing field.
Some bozo at the New York Daily "News" named Gary Myers cited a source within the NFL who claims Timmy T "could" request a trade is he's not the starting QB for the Jets by the end of the season. Naturally, any player in the friggin' league "could" request a trade for any reason at any time. The "source" might as well have speculated that Jay Cutler "could" request a trade from the Bears if they don't agree to cover his Ritalin bill.
The New York Daily News needs Tebow content. They need it hot, they need it fresh and they need it every day. And theirs isn't the only shitty paper that will reach for whatever they can find about America's favorite back up quarterback.
Of course, snarky sports blogs need it, too. And for that reason we thank you, dumbass sports columnists of New York.
(via the New York Post)
Much like he had been in camp for the Broncos, Tim Tebow has been horrendous for the New York Jets. Today's practice was apparently his worst. Tebow went 2 for 10, was picked once and sacked twice. The New York media is unamused, yet speculation continues to fly that, if Mark Sanchez struggles, Tebow will replace him as the Jets starting QB.
Rex Ryan still sees Tebow as a "gamer", although he has had the youngster involved with Jets special teams. Tebow has also practiced plays as the teams "wild cat" QB. Rest assured, Tebow fans, "Football Jesus" will make his presence known this coming season - even if he is the worst practicing QB in the history of the NFL.
In case you hadn't heard, it's Tim Tebow's birthday. He's 25 today. It's a milestone worthy of mention we suppose, but ESPN went over the top with this little celebration on Sports Center this morning.
Is it possible that Tebow will bring down the entire four-letter network? People won't put up with this behavior much longer ... will they?