Tebow mixes faith and football with n...

Tebow mixes faith and football with no apologies

There are 12 comments on the Log Cabin Democrat story from Dec 14, 2011, titled Tebow mixes faith and football with no apologies. In it, Log Cabin Democrat reports that:

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow reacts after kicker Matt Prater kicked a 51-yard field goal to win the game in overtime over the Chicago Bears in an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec.

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Blitzburgh101-20 12Champs

California, MD

#1 Dec 14, 2011
God is good.
Sam Ables

Pacific Palisades, CA

#2 Dec 15, 2011
His Faith helps him win, thats all, what matters, i'm with Tim Tebow 100%!

Since: Feb 08

Mechanicsburg, PA

#4 Dec 15, 2011
I think somebody else might be 'with him too':

Noodle Arm

United States

#5 Dec 15, 2011
Noodle arm and his lucky charms wont see a Super Bowl...
browns4ever

Columbus, OH

#6 Dec 16, 2011
He sucks, and so does his self-righteous, holier-than-thou act. It sucked when he put little Bible verses on his eyepatches, and it sucks when he tebows. He tries to deny it, but clearly considers himself God's QB.

Here's to the Devil and New England punishing him this week...MAUAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAHAH
MileHigh

Phoenix, AZ

#7 Dec 17, 2011
No one knows the definition of "sucks" more than a Browns fan.
Cheap Champion

Jersey City, NJ

#8 Dec 17, 2011
Btw, the Ravens-Chargers game on Sunday Night barely had the local tv blackout lifted!!!! Imagine if the Sunday Night game was blacked out in Southern California? That would of been messed up like waving donuts in front of a diabetic or punching a pregnant woman in the stomach. That's why the NFL really fumbled when they had the chance to switch the Tebow vs Brady show to the NBC Sunday Night timeslot. The Peacock would of done kick ass ratings along with the fact that Jimmy Fallon is returning to Studio 8H tonight to host "SNL". Since CBS 2 in NYC and CBS 3 in Philly MUST show Jets-Iggles at 4:15pm along with the fact that Cleveland and Phoenix MUST show Browns-Cardinals so I expect the sports bars in the 4 areas to be jammed packed at 4:15 pm for this much talked about game.
ShadowBox

Winnemucca, NV

#9 Dec 18, 2011
It doesnít matter what God you believe in, which religion you adhere to, or even if you donít believe in any God and are nonreligious. If you want to live in the United States, there are actually rules about how we treat other people. This is where I differ from religious fanatics. As if their way is the only way, and we non-believers couldn't possibly adhere to any moral standard. The fact that precious Timmy Tebow uses his new found fame to exploit his God should even be condemned by that God himself...Trickery, even in the deepest of biblical literature has never been focused on as being the right way to spread a message... In fact, isn't that what they say about their equally absurd southern cousin? In simple terms, what Timmy is doing is wrong... Preaching to his fellow team mates and telling them that God speaks to him in the locker room, and being perfectly willing to hold an entire NFL Franchise at ransom in order to spread his message for God is not only wrong...It is morally unacceptable by any standard...I'm only sorry that Denver fans, Tebow bandwagoners, and even religious fanatics couldn't see it.. What Tebow is doing and what you 'faith nuts' are doing by supporting him is only hindering your cause by entering into the realms of professional sports where 'violence' is encouraged. You will never change this game. You will never 'save' anyone...What you will do, is invite harm to be placed upon you for trying to change something that doesn't want to be changed...Iraq serves as a perfect example...
John Elway

San Antonio, TX

#10 Dec 18, 2011
I guess God had something else more important to do today other than help Tebow win. I wonder why?

What a joke, lmao.
harvey

Columbus, OH

#11 Dec 20, 2011
MileUpMahArse wrote:
No one knows the definition of "sucks" more than a Browns fan.
I'll bet you not only KNOW it, but practice it on a regular basis, creep...

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#12 Dec 20, 2011
It does not matter if he shows his faith or not. He's not hurting anyone by praying. You see guys acting like fools and getring the unsportsmanlike conduct.

He's doing what he wants. Here in the US, we have the freedom of religion. The media continues to make this a big deal because they can't find any other news to talk about. If you can't find news, make news.
Unsportsmanlike

Katy, TX

#13 Dec 24, 2011
He is doing what he wants...the 4 INT's showed today...

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