Topic: Tim Tebow

March 26, 2012

Tim Tebow does more than run well and pass less well. The guy can also use his words, as he showed in his first press conference as a member of the Jets. Some words, to be fair, got used a lot more than others.

March 21, 2012

Manning, the NFL's most skilled quarterback, is replacing Tebow, the league's talisman of revelation and surprise. Tebow's ghost may stand in the way of Manning's acceptance, but in the end, the league needs both the master technician and the holy fool to operate at full strength. 

January 13, 2012

The song may be called “Heroin”, but Lou Reed was clearly channeling some heavy Tebow shit, all the way back in 1964. “Heroin” was eventually released in 1967. Exactly one year later, Tim Tebow’s parents, Pamela Elaine Pemberton and Robert Ramsey Tebow, would meet. Coincidence?

January 3, 2012

Thanks to a new video from the Bachmann campaign, this is no longer a rhetorical question. It's still kind of an amusing one, though.

November 18, 2011

Even if one wants to feel a genial non-interfering positivity or salutary indifference toward Tim Tebow and his “testimony,” the frequency and intensity with which it’s invoked by NFL Network and ESPN makes it intolerable. By week 14, Skip Bayless will be berating some poor Archbishop about their “beatification bias.”