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Tim Tebow Released By New England Patriots

August 31, 2013


One of the most over-rated two-piece hacks to have ever picked up a football is not to play this season.

Tim Tebow has been released by the New England Patriots.

For those keeping track the self-righteous one has now been let go by his third team in 18 months.

Time for a career change, Timmy.

  1. Alinka permalink
    September 1, 2013 4:58 PM

    As a foreign-born woman that so far remains unconvinced that “football” is supposed to be played with that weirdly shaped oblong thingy,not a black/white round ball 😉 I’ve heard enough ESPN -the reputable sports channel so popular in my house- preaching about him not being a pro-level QB capable of winning trophies, bowls and season games by huge margins.

    If he was,nothing short of being dead or permanently incapacitated would pry him away from the profit oriented entity called the NFL.

    As a Christian I find his behavior very damaging to our brand. Tebow’s religious affiliation is ‘Southern Baptist’ – the lovely organization created to defend the notion that owning slaves is a civil right. They haven’t changed much since, always behind on progress, currently fighting to protect their civil right to treat Deke as a 4th class citizen.

    Most of his statements reflect the socially maladjusted worldview of those troglodites, like wanting to go back to coat hanger abortions culture.
    His anti-choice Super Bowl ad was pure self-glorification. While Tim’s mother neglected doctor’s advice to abort due to medical necessity, and luckily entered a tiny percent of women that survived pregnancy/birth in her health condition, recklessly defending this could have encouraged some woman to attempt the same, becoming a sad statistic. (cue in the recent news of a dead child in a “faith healing church”, and his ‘miracle expecting’ parents).

    And while there is time and place for proper public prayer, the infamous ‘tebowing’ runs contrary to Matthew 6:5.

    Sorry, Tebow’s antics is not what Jesus had in mind

  2. Dr. Leo Marvin permalink
    September 1, 2013 11:59 AM

    Wow Doug…way to channel your inner neanderthal.

  3. September 1, 2013 9:24 AM

    No, I dislike him because he is pompous and self-righteous. If he spent half the time working at being a good football player as he does at self-promotion and self butt-kissing he might still have a job.

  4. Doug Danger permalink
    September 1, 2013 9:03 AM

    As a gay man your understanding of sports is probably limited and you can be excused for that aspect but let’s be honest in your writings, the reason you hate Tim is because of his religious convictions. The only reason he has been a story at all is because the liberal media and people like you hate him because he wears his faith on his sleeve.

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