What's Next For Tim Tebow?

What's Next For Tim Tebow?

There are 311 comments on the Silicon Alley Insider story from Apr 29, 2013, titled What's Next For Tim Tebow?. In it, Silicon Alley Insider reports that:

Now that the Tim Tebow train wreck with the New York Jets is finally over, the Heisman Trophy winner may actually have several options.

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Tebowflex

Miami, FL

#83 May 7, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>Tebow is a fraud and you are an enabler. Was it you that sent a petition to the White House demanding they get involved in Tebow's return to Jacksonville
You and all his other enablers should go somewhere and drink koolaid
I've heard Koolaid tastes like the blood of Jesus. I've also heard Blue Ribbon tastes like the piss of Jesus.

Obama should appoint Tebow to head a new White House Christmas Tree comittee. Instead of having a plastic Jesus or a star at the top of the X-Mas tree, he can have Tebow way up on the top.
Becky in Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL

#84 May 7, 2013
"You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life."

"A fanatic is one who can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject."

Sir Winston Churchill

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#85 May 7, 2013
Becky in Jacksonville wrote:
"You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life."
"A fanatic is one who can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject."
Sir Winston Churchill
Haha! TT doesn't have enemies, he's just got a ton of people that can plainly see he's a fraud and is exploiting all you hypochristians. You tebowmaniacs are the ones that are despised and you all SHOULD be as outraged as us because you're the ones getting taken for a ride but it's obvious you don't know your faith/bible well enough to know a hypocrite when you see one because if you did you wouldn't be here defending one and you'd be praying for forgiveness yourselves because you're no different.

The religious have no room to call anyone fanatic or the like. EVER.

BTW, I notice you haven't responded to TT being called a wimp by one of his own yet. I can't wait to see what one of you come up with if you can...
Becky in Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL

#86 May 7, 2013
It's easy to criticize when you are not the subject of the criticism. Jusayin, when I read your posts, what I come away with is a human being that has been injured in some horrible way by a person that believes in God, or said they did anyway. I can tell you that I have been in churches where the pastor, leader of the congregation, cheated on his wife with a teenager, in a church where the pastor was nothing but self serving...look at me...give me money. A friend that had a pastor who asked his congregation for forgiveness..he needed time off to deal with his cocaine problem....they gave him time off, he came back and then asked the congretation for time off to resolve his issue with prostitutes, they gave him time off. Soooo, I can say first hand and second hand thatthose teaching me the word of God have been frauds. Those particular incidences didn't question my faith in God, just the person I don't know TT, never met the guy and neither have you. Don't judge anyone based on your perception of who they are and I hope whatever caused such hate in your heart is one day reconciled.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#87 May 7, 2013
He's got so much spare time on his hands, he's going to get a few gold chains, hang them around his neck, unbutton his shirt and start banging soccer-moms in Jacksonville. He'll create an army of mini-tebows who will grow up striving to ride the bench in pee-wee football and all the way through college hoping some day a coach will teach him the "jump-pass"
Tebow Believer

Howey In The Hills, FL

#88 May 8, 2013
Keep your pitchfork sharp...going to have to do a lot of prodding to change a Christian's mind...just as you stand strong in your beliefs we likewise stand strong in ours...adversity in life just strengthens our beliefs and makes us more determined....may God bless you today and may you continue to spew forth your views of negativity...it makes for interesting conversation and gives us a platform to our freedom of speech.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#89 May 8, 2013
Becky in Jacksonville wrote:
It's easy to criticize when you are not the subject of the criticism. Jusayin, when I read your posts, what I come away with is a human being that has been injured in some horrible way by a person that believes in God, or said they did anyway. I can tell you that I have been in churches where the pastor, leader of the congregation, cheated on his wife with a teenager, in a church where the pastor was nothing but self serving...look at me...give me money. A friend that had a pastor who asked his congregation for forgiveness..he needed time off to deal with his cocaine problem....they gave him time off, he came back and then asked the congretation for time off to resolve his issue with prostitutes, they gave him time off. Soooo, I can say first hand and second hand thatthose teaching me the word of God have been frauds. Those particular incidences didn't question my faith in God, just the person I don't know TT, never met the guy and neither have you. Don't judge anyone based on your perception of who they are and I hope whatever caused such hate in your heart is one day reconciled.
Again, you assume while first of all not knowing me and second of all limiting your research of me to this particular thread so how in the world could you get the full picture of me and what I stand for and how I treat everybody? You can't but you still do. What does that say about you?

I was raised catholic, went to a catholic school and had a blast. I met some of the greatest people I know there. The nuns and priests were all very caring, nurturing and knowledgeable and my classmates were great. Everybody got along and the school was a melting pot. We had blacks, whites, Mexicans, Cambodians, Cubans, Fijians all with different incomes yet there was no judging or prejudice. The true and basic meaning of what they say Jesus wanted was being taught there under the cloak of catholisism and it was good.

Although it was good, I always had a feeling something was amiss with religion. I tried speaking to the priests and nuns and I was told it was satan etc etc. I tried speaking to my parents and was told the same thing. When I got older I remember the PTL club and what they did to it's people. My mother donated over $100K to them. I remember how harsh Pat Robertson would judge people and try and follow it up with a "loving prayer" for them and then ask for money. I remember Oral Roberts who lived only 5 miles from me and his bid to get $100million donated to him so god wouldn't take him away to which he confessed it was all a lie. Pastor Ted Haggard who comes down so harshly on gays and drug users only to be a closet gay and drug user himself and the list of false prophets goes on.

Reggie White was actually my inspiration to seek the truth as he did and maybe it cost him his life? I began my research and found mountains of evidence that points to christianity being nothing more than man made. Religion itself being nothing more than man made and the stories in the bible being taken totally out of context because they couldn't explain what they saw at those times thousands of years ago. Metal chariots with fire coming out of it from behind? Sound familiar of what we have today? C'mon, god doesn't need those things.

Religion can be useful because you cannot police every inch of the world but when it gets taken too far and it separates, divides, polarizes people as it does today to the point of excommunication and war than there's really something wrong and people should take a step back and really look at what they're doing to each other. What they're doing is definitely not of Jesus.

There's no hate in me Becky, just a lot of disgust of how people could treat other people this way because of a god they've never seen, never heard and never known except for what they've made themselves believe or been led to believe...We've also seen what happens when the believers take it too far too. Jones, Koresh, Hitler.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#90 May 8, 2013
Becky in Jacksonville wrote:
It's easy to criticize when you are not the subject of the criticism. Jusayin, when I read your posts, what I come away with is a human being that has been injured in some horrible way by a person that believes in God, or said they did anyway. I can tell you that I have been in churches where the pastor, leader of the congregation, cheated on his wife with a teenager, in a church where the pastor was nothing but self serving...look at me...give me money. A friend that had a pastor who asked his congregation for forgiveness..he needed time off to deal with his cocaine problem....they gave him time off, he came back and then asked the congretation for time off to resolve his issue with prostitutes, they gave him time off. Soooo, I can say first hand and second hand thatthose teaching me the word of God have been frauds. Those particular incidences didn't question my faith in God, just the person I don't know TT, never met the guy and neither have you. Don't judge anyone based on your perception of who they are and I hope whatever caused such hate in your heart is one day reconciled.
Again, you assume while first of all not knowing me and second of all limiting your research of me to this particular thread so how in the world could you get the full picture of me and what I stand for and how I treat everybody? You can't but you still do. What does that say about you?

I was raised catholic, went to a catholic school and had a blast. I met some of the greatest people I know there. The nuns and priests were all very caring, nurturing and knowledgeable and my classmates were great. Everybody got along and the school was a melting pot. We had blacks, whites, Mexicans, Cambodians, Cubans, Fijians all with different incomes yet there was no judging or prejudice. The true and basic meaning of what they say Jesus wanted was being taught there under the cloak of catholisism and it was good.

Although it was good, I always had a feeling something was amiss with religion. I tried speaking to the priests and nuns and I was told it was satan etc etc. I tried speaking to my parents and was told the same thing. When I got older I remember the PTL club and what they did to it's people. My mother donated over $100K to them. I remember how harsh Pat Robertson would judge people and try and follow it up with a "loving prayer" for them and then ask for money. I remember Oral Roberts who lived only 5 miles from me and his bid to get $100million donated to him so god wouldn't take him away to which he confessed it was all a lie. Pastor Ted Haggard who comes down so harshly on gays and drug users only to be a closet gay and drug user himself and the list of false prophets goes on.

Reggie White was actually my inspiration to seek the truth as he did and maybe it cost him his life? I began my research and found mountains of evidence that points to christianity being nothing more than man made. Religion itself being nothing more than man made and the stories in the bible being taken totally out of context because they couldn't explain what they saw at those times thousands of years ago. Metal chariots with fire coming out of it from behind? Sound familiar of what we have today? Cmon god doesn't need that to get around.

Religion can be useful because you cannot police every inch of the world but when it gets taken too far and it separates, divides, polarizes people as it does today to the point of excommunication and war than there's really something wrong and people should take a step back and really look at what they're doing to each other. What they're doing is definitely not of Jesus.

There's no hate in me Becky, just a lot of disgust of how people could treat other people this way because of a god they've never seen, never heard and never known except for what they've made themselves believe or been led to believe. We've also seen what happens when the believers take it too far too. Jones, Koresh, Hitler.
Becky in Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL

#92 May 9, 2013
Jusayin, there are false prophets in all walks of life, that is a given, and it is tragic when an innocent person, looking for truth, is a victim of them, i.e. the examples you give...Jones, Koresh, Hitler. The 6M Jews slaughtered by Hitler alone makes one sick, as those in the Jones and Koresh tragedies.

We all have the right to believe what we want and to express that in the way we want, given it is not breaking the law or harming another.

And....on that note...like they say.... Elvis has left the building.
voice of reason

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#93 May 9, 2013
Everyone fails to see that truly, no team "needs" nobody. People throw that word around without thought as to what it means.

In reality, Tebow doesn't need football; he has his purpose in life in that he's living for the Lord Jesus Christ.

The real NEED is that we all NEED Jesus Christ desperately to intercede for mankind for his sins; for Tebow, that need is fulfilled, regardless of whether he'll ever play football again.
Tebows mom

Katy, TX

#94 May 9, 2013
voice of reason wrote:
Everyone fails to see that truly, no team "needs" nobody. People throw that word around without thought as to what it means.
In reality, Tebow doesn't need football; he has his purpose in life in that he's living for the Lord Jesus Christ.
The real NEED is that we all NEED Jesus Christ desperately to intercede for mankind for his sins; for Tebow, that need is fulfilled, regardless of whether he'll ever play football again.
Keep it in church, geez...
Guy Wiliford

Vinita, OK

#95 May 9, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
He is a role model I'll give you that
He chose a profession where you have to compete to earn a living
nothing is "given" to you, you have to earn it
That is where he falls short, he sucks at practice
I have heard that he is a terrible practice player. I wonder why?
Tim Tesuckers

Miami, FL

#96 May 9, 2013
voice of reason wrote:
Everyone fails to see that truly, no team "needs" nobody. People throw that word around without thought as to what it means.
In reality, Tebow doesn't need football; he has his purpose in life in that he's living for the Lord Jesus Christ.
The real NEED is that we all NEED Jesus Christ desperately to intercede for mankind for his sins; for Tebow, that need is fulfilled, regardless of whether he'll ever play football again.
<<<<<FART> >>>>

Time to let go of nursery tales
voice of reason

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#97 May 9, 2013
Tebows mom wrote:
<quoted text>
Keep it in church, geez...
It's not about church, it's about a real universal need. I'm not going to deny Christ, just because I'm not in church -- not the One who is offered to be Saviour for mankind!

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#98 May 9, 2013
Becky in Jacksonville wrote:
Jusayin, there are false prophets in all walks of life, that is a given, and it is tragic when an innocent person, looking for truth, is a victim of them, i.e. the examples you give...Jones, Koresh, Hitler. The 6M Jews slaughtered by Hitler alone makes one sick, as those in the Jones and Koresh tragedies.
We all have the right to believe what we want and to express that in the way we want, given it is not breaking the law or harming another.
And....on that note...like they say.... Elvis has left the building.
Becky, all in all you are totally wrong about me as you have and had no idea what I went through and still do in my life as it pertains to faith and religion etc and I gave you a very small peek into my life and still there is not an ounce of empathy or compassion in you to say you misjudged and you shouldn't have been so quick to assume because you and the like would rather judge and run once you're lies are exposed than to take responsibility for your actions and take your lumps as need be and change for the better.

Jesus would want you to not be judgmental and assuming and if you are wrong in your already wrong judgements, he'd want you to apologize and be kind and to be a good example of what he wanted his followers to be. You are a typical and poor excuse for a christian and nobody needs to know anymore about you to make that kind of judgement call. Arrivederci Elvis!

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#99 May 9, 2013
voice of reason wrote:
<quoted text>
It's not about church, it's about a real universal need. I'm not going to deny Christ, just because I'm not in church -- not the One who is offered to be Saviour for mankind!
If Yahweh created everything and knew how every second of every day was going to play out as was told in the OT, why did he have to change everything up because people were abandoning him and impregnate a mortal to give birth to his child so that we could be saved as was told in the NT? Why does an all knowing all powerful god need help especially from man which he supposedly created in the first place?

Where did Yahweh really come from even though "he" says he's the alpha and the omega?

Why are there over 30 other christs/heroes that have identical stories to Jesus told 5,000-20,000 years before Jesus was ever a twinkle in his father's eye? Why did christianity have to rip off myths from the past?

People are trying to make "coming to Jesus" a universal requirement. A god and a Jesus aren't doing anything at all.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#100 May 9, 2013
voice of reason wrote:
<quoted text>
It's not about church, it's about a real universal need. I'm not going to deny Christ, just because I'm not in church -- not the One who is offered to be Saviour for mankind!
I thought Grey Geese offered to be the Savior for mankind.
He rescues me every night after hearing crap like that
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#101 May 9, 2013
Tim Tesuckers wrote:
<quoted text>
<<<<<FART> >>>>
Time to let go of nursery tales
Let's see
Where can I go and hear about hating people?
I know. I'll go to Tebow's Church
Christ the Fraud

Miami, FL

#102 May 9, 2013
voice of reason wrote:
<quoted text>
It's not about church, it's about a real universal need. I'm not going to deny Christ, just because I'm not in church -- not the One who is offered to be Saviour for mankind!
Jospeh was a freak
Mary was a slut
Jesus was a queer
who liked it up his butt
Tebow Fan

Castro Valley, CA

#103 May 9, 2013
Tebow going to the A11FL when this thing is signed sealed and delivered. That A11 league just went public with one of their first stadium deals done in Florida, more to come.

Go Tebow Go!

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