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REDDIERAZORBACK Posts: 700
1/15/12 4:41 P

Also, it is always nice to rout for the underdog. He has definitively accomplished more already, than most thought he could.

REDDIERAZORBACK Posts: 700
1/15/12 4:39 P

I believe in Jesus Christ, and I admire an athlete that is a positive role model. I admire Tim Tebow for how he lives his life. He is the kind of person I think represents society well regardless of if he is successful in football. It is refreshing to see people in the public eye that seem to understand the value of the stage they are on, and the influence it has on others.

Please understand, he is just a man and he is not perfect. He like all of us, is capable of making a mistake. However, it is nice to rout for a person who represents the character and values that I find important.



TNTURNERMD Posts: 175
1/13/12 9:57 A

As a life long UGA fan, I praise Jesus that he finally graduated. Since he went pro, I do like that he is doing good and really hope he continues to prove everyone wrong. It is rare in professional football that a player gets acknowledged for the things that they do off of the field, unless it involves a court date. He is a great role model for today's youth, and a even a good influence for adults.

FIRE27 Posts: 21
1/13/12 8:37 A

I like the guys who believe and wear it in their heart and not on their sleeve, jersey, eye black and TV interviews. Go through life believeing, walking the talk, doing good and makng the world a better place.

Go Pats!!!!!!




LARSIL Posts: 928
1/12/12 11:14 A

I respect Tebow -- but I follow Roethlisberger, Troy Polamalu, and Hines Ward -- and I really miss Jerome Bettis! (Can you guess what city I live in?!?...)

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1/12/12 9:58 A

And since that blowout would be inflicted by the NFL's version of the devil himself, Belichick, and someone who seems to have sold his soul, Brady, then we'll know if good or evil prevail?!

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1/11/12 5:46 P

What happens if they lose 66-6 and Tebow throws 6 attempts for 6 yards and 6 interceptions?

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1/11/12 2:49 P

If Tebow follows up his 316-yard, 31.6 ypc performance watched by a TV audience with a 31.6 TV rating, with a 31-6 victory over the Patriots, then I will believe!

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1/11/12 1:51 P

This is a remake of an 80's song by John Parr originally titled "St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion)" retitled "Time Tebow's Fire" with new lyrics.

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