Tim Tebow Talks Football, Faith, Food on ‘GMA’ (Video)

Guest-hosting the ABC show, the NFL star and ESPN analyst shared his thoughts about the Super Bowl, discussed how he’s working to get back on the field and competed against Joe Montana in a cook-off.

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24 Responses to “Tim Tebow Talks Football, Faith, Food on ‘GMA’ (Video)”

  1. Brandi says:

    The Hollywood Reporter–“Guest-hosting the ABC show, the NFL star and ESPN analyst”. Nearly everything I’ve been trying to say for several years is right here.

    There is a TINY and, insignificant to the Mainstream, slice that spends its days in its “Insider” stuff. Take the articles posted here regularly, the articles read by many here and elsewhere…they choke on the words ‘Tim Tebow NFL Star’. Meanwhile the rest of the World sees precisely that.

    I’ve done a really poor job of trying to tell the Fans of Tim Tebow…STOP! Stop listening to this tiny, insignificant niche that wants to act like they speak for the World. 98% of the World “The Sports Enthusiast World in the US, barely knows who any of these people are…let alone is influenced by them. The highest rated ESPN Shows would get cancelled for bad ratings after 2 episodes if they were measured against mainstream programming. Over 95% of the Sports Loving World sees Tim Tebow as an NFL Star.

    Yet we let the less than 5% act like they should rule over everyone else’s views. The Masses are infinitely Wiser than the small minded self-anointed.

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  2. andrea says:

    I agree with your post Brandi – but Tebow does not have a job in the N.F.L. The sad fact is the 5% shape opinion through various methods – the most effective is the “Tebow circus”.

    Look how they destroyed the life of Richard Jewell – the 1996 Olympic security guard who saved many people from the bomb that went off.

    Then look how the 5% treat Chris kluwe the former punter for the Vikings and how they treat Tebow. The adulation shown for Kluwe and the contempt showed for Tebow is striking.

    • Brandi says:

      Every GM, Every Commentator & Analyst is out of work if the Fans say they are. It all comes down to how much the Fans are willing to put up with. The Fans of no other Major Pro League would put up with anything close to the level of dismissal NFL Fans have largely accepted.

      I see some positive signs. Billboards popping up in Houston to Draft Johnny Manziel. In other cities for other purposes. That’s a far cry from the days not so long ago when the supposed tough guys of the NFL were treated like they couldn’t deal with the presence of Tebow signs. Perhaps NFL Fans are beginning to grow up and act like Fans of every other Sport…like a “circus”. 🙂

    • ck says:

      Andrea: Yes, and you are right b/c the media is QUITE biased!

  3. andrea says:

    I hope you are right about the fans revolting, but in my humble opinion I think the true N.F.L. fans are saying goodbye and good riddance.

    I saw part of the Commissioner’s press conference today and one of the multi-million dollar football players asked if the N.F.L. should give lifetime health care/insurance to all the ballplayers.

    Now, instead of these football players buying $500,000.00 cars and slamming it into a tree – they should buy a $20,000.00 or $30,000.00 car like the rest of America and save the remaining $480,000 for their health care.

    Do these Bozo football players ever think?

    • Sage says:

      The NFL is following cultural trends, which of course leads downward.

      In another day and another place the trends will go up again. But the strength and beauty will come in a new context, probably not the NFL.

      • Brandi says:

        No League embraces its roots like Baseball. But the NFL is the only one that seems to be running away from them. I can’t find any good reason for it other than possibly their Lawyers not wanting any chance of opening up opportunities to highlight some of the unsavory aspects. Like abusing the Players and trying to cover it up.

        They have Marketing Studies that show young people don’t place much stock in “traditional” values like character. But, IMO, that’s extremely short-sighted. Every generation “rebels”….then becomes what they rebelled against. Many 20-somethings today see their parents having turned their backs on all of those intrinsic values they’d beat into their kids heads; so many are trying to convince themselves none of those intrinsic qualities actually exist and, if they do, they don’t mean much. That’s a big part of the knock on “intangibles”. Tebow gets the biggest knock on that. But it’s not limited to him.

        “Facts” have replaced “truth”. “Proof” has replaced “belief”. “Numbers Never Lie” has replaced “Lies. Damn Lies. And Statistics”. 3D Spreadsheets programmed by one-dimensional thinkers have replaced “Intangibles”.

        But eventually, The Jaded generation is going to decide that the things that count most are those you can’t quantify and the NFL will lose the Fantasy Leaguers faster than they’re losing the Multi-Generational Families of Fans. (If they haven’t lost them to some hot Alternate Reality Video Games before then.)

      • ck says:

        Sage: Heard a phrase that makes sense out of the so called culture…”What is always popular is not always right and what is right is not always popular!” There is a lot of truth in that especially since our culture is far removed from what it used to be! At least we still have “In God We Trust” on the monetary currency only, it has lost its value as well, sadly enough!

    • ck says:

      Shaztah: “PROVEN WINNER’ and, yes, that is T. TEBOW! Thanks for sharing Shaztah as it was written by someone who knows what the majority is up against w/vocal negative minority! Will keep stating the obvious about TEBOW AS HE IS A WINNER!!!

  4. ck says:

    Happy to say that I saw T2 on GMA and would have taken the dish he cooked as who doesn’t like steak?!!! Probably the only time I would have considered watching was b/c of T2!!!

  5. ck says:

    Had to resubmit on this site and wonder if it had something to do w/Chrome as I had to reset it and now I have a different pic…oh, well!

  6. ck says:

    Happily watched the last part of “Tim Tebow: On a Mission” (2012) as I was flipping the channel and it was on WTCE 21. Great video!!!

  7. ck says:

    Where is Mascot? David O.?

  8. ck says:

    UPDATE: Gators won again! GO GATORS!!! RANKED #3!!! Next game on Feb. 4th @ 9:00 p.m. against MO. Has #1 defense on basketball.

  9. andrea says:

    Where’s Denver Broncos back-up QB? This game is the most embarrassing Super Bowl since John Elway’s first two Super Bowls!!!!

    • Sage says:

      Manning represents the past. Elway is no visionary. Wants a sure thing with no risk. Life doesn’t work that way.

      • andrea says:

        Gotta agree with you on that one,Sage.

        • ck says:

          Sage and Andrea: Agreed. Was thinking the same thing when watching the press conference that he was a dinosaur and this was his last “RODEO” AND HE SURELY WAS SACKED…A LOT!!! Infact, they shouldn’t have had that touch down as that was questionable due to referee calling an obvious retrieval in the fourth down by the SeaHawks!!! THE SCORE SHOULD HAVE BEEN ZIP ALL THE WAY TO THE 4TH AND LAST QUARTER AS THEY WERE THAT PATHETIC!!!


  10. bubbaelvis says:

    Seattle totally exposed Manning. They did not fear the deep pass from him. They basically played a similar defensive strategy that Pittsburg used versus Tebow in the 2011 playoff. Most of the night they went one deep safety ( and he was even cheating up) single covered everyone and stuffed the run. While Pittsburg did it to shut down Tebow’s running ability, Seattle did it to contain Mannings ability to throw the 15-20 yard passes. All he could really complete where little 3-5 yard passes and there was always a Seahawk right there to pound the receiver. Tebow beat it by throwing deep and Pittsburg was too stubborn to get out of it. Seattle basically said if you can beat us by throwing 3 yard passes all night be our guest. I really don’t think Manning is 100% and his arm strength is questionable. Tebow is the prototype for the modern QB. Someone will sign him and start him.

    • ck says:

      bubbaelvis: The SeaHawks did a GREAT job of making PM irrelevant along w/Elrot…looks like they will both be out of a job and Tebow, as you say, will be extremely fortunate due to being “THE PROTOTYPE FOR THE MODERN QB” w/SKILL SET that is in demand!!! Talk about having the “LAST LAUGH”…very informative and will add to that even FOX was EXPOSED!!!

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