Tim Tebow Watch Watch: In which our hero searches for consistency


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  1. ck says:

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!! Lots to be thankful for and thank God we have a REAL PRESIDENT!;D

  2. Bubbaelvis says:

    I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. For the first time I can remember, I didn’t watch any football on Thanksgiving day. I did glance at the Vikings/Lions game as it was on at my brothers house, but not even long enough to know what was going on. I haven’t watched The NFL much at all this season and not really out of intentional protest. The NFL has just lost it’s appeal to me. The kneeing for the National Anthem was just the final straw for me. To me the protest just highlight the players’ feelings of self-importance. It is like the Hollywwod Stars thinking they are in a position to be voices of righteousness and morality. They are just people with an opinion. I think when Kaepernick first knelt, he thought everyone would jump on the bandwagon since he is an NFL QB. They have become self absorbed and out of touch with us peasants. It is sad for me as an ex- High Scholl football/basketball coach to see the NFL go the way of the NBA. We still have College football to watch and of course MLB! Sorry for the wordy post, I actually wanted to just say I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving.

    • brandi says:

      It’s not the Player Protests as far as I’m concerned. It’s the attitude that anyone upset by them must be some sort of Neo-Nazi Racist. The Players have let everyone take their Protests hostage. They admitted their message has been lost. But they don’t care enough about their cause to even try to get it on track.

      As far as they’re concerned, anyone who calls them “heroic” is righteous and they can use them for any cause from Trump-Hate to every slight they perceive. So the Kids afraid of Cops they claim they’re fighting for are completely ignored while this has just become a focal point for divisions across America.

      When someone who may be old enough to remember the Civil Rights Marches of the 60s and 70s says anything about how this isn’t even a Protest so much as Players celebrating themselves, someone like Jason Whitlock, they draw wrath and are called “Uncle Toms”, etc.

      As much as anything else, America is about the People standing up for what’s right. But that’s not what these have been. They’re Players, Media and others standing up and shouting anyone who isn’t them is an evil person. That’s not a Protest. That’s a childish tantrum.

    • ck says:

      Thanks, Bubbaelvis, for stating the truth and believe Hollywood is the PITS! Glad there are people who still care to voice their opinion and the so called progressives aka “communists” have not silenced us yet!

  3. David says:

    Tebow on Football Career: People ‘Were Telling Me Where to Shove My Bible’
    Despite that, Tebow warned players like Mayfield that you “can’t dip down to their level.”
    More words of wisdom and maturity from Tim Tebow.

    • Danny says:

      Good article, just shows the character of Tim Tebow.

    • ck says:

      Thanks, David, for the link and great words of wisdom from Tebow…”I know what it’s like having people take cheap shots and say things to you, but you also got to know at that moment that you’re winning, that you’re under their skin, so you can’t dip down to their level because you are already dominating them. They’re saying that because they’re already intimidated, they’re disappointed, they’re upset because they want something you have.” And agree w/this statement from American1: “Tebow is a class act all around.”
      Also, Cletus Roscoe had this quote: Regarding trade to NYJ…”It was a forced trade even though Tebow is the ultimate team player. Elway didn’t want him around because Elway’s ego didn’t like him overshadowing his own career in Denver. It’s sad that Elway’s hand was in all this. That, ultimately, is what people will remember of John Elway.” Then Mr. Wolf had this to say: …”Horrendous GM! Just look at the mess he created in Denver. Signing Osweiler was the most boneheaded move to date. He’s done after this season!”
      Great job Elrot!!! And I quote: “Tebow is wise beyond his years.” (Cedar)

    • brandi says:

      This could be a really big year for Tim. There are still many who think he’s too old. But the reality is a Left-Handed Power Hitter can Play into his Mid-40s. Tim could take 2 more years getting to the Majors and still easily have a longer MLB Career than he might have had in the NFL even if he’d been treated fairly.

      And not have a beaten up body to look forward to in Retirement. 🙂

      I would’ve loved to have seen him called up in September. But it’s awfully hard at this point to question Sandy Alderson and the Mets. They really seem like they’re doing everything they can to do right by Tim and his Career.

    • ck says:

      He is always so positive and praying God continues to bless/protect him plus overcoming all obstacles too!;D GO TEBOW! (Thanks, Danny, for update too!)

  4. TheMascotArmy says:

    Happy belated thanksgiving everyone!

  5. Danny says:

    Weak 12 (nope, I didn’t misspell it LOL) : Empty Seats Greatly Outnumber Fans As NFL Treats Shrinking Number of Spectators to Protests, Fights, and Bad Football


    • ck says:

      Thanks, Danny, for the update. Gotta wonder when they are going to “GET IT”!
      Anyway, somebody on the comments had some funny takes on the matter; i.e., “If we keep up the boycott, in a few years we will have the world’s tallest fast food workers.” (Yu So Wong) “Stadiums need to paint faces on seats so they don’t look so empty.” (meletonp) “Buckwheat without a job!”

      David had it right: “Vote with your wallet.”

    • David says:

      They must be trying to drive away the remaining season ticket holders.

      • ck says:

        Heard they were offered $100,000 for their movement to leave the playing field and go somewhere else and they refused the $$$! Think they are going to have “NADA” $$$ after this! Agreed David. They think they are losing money now…just wait;(

  6. Sage says:

    Brandi, I recommend sticking to 140 characters or less on Twitter. It makes you disciplined and more witty and people will be more disposed to rip through your content.

    One other thing. My 4th grade teacher theorized that the contraction from “no one” to “noone” is too suggestive of “noonie.” Hence, the contraction doesn’t work well.

    Broncos have lost 7 straight. I’m told it’s the first time in 50 years.

  7. Jp says:


    • ck says:

      Jp: Right about it starting w/treatment of Tebow and glad they are getting flushed by fans who refuse to pay $$$ for Anti-American protests FINALLY…long overdue imo. Def. need to “CLEAN HOUSE”!

    • David says:

      Jp, it’s amazing how the quarterback can make such a big difference. All of those coaches, teams and the U. of FL are experiencing the absence of a high intensity, quality quarterback like Tebow.

      • Bubbaelvis says:

        That is very true David. That is why I am excited to see Dan Mullins at UF. The first thing he will do is recruit a QB with those qualities. He had Prescott and Fitzpatrick at Miss. st. Two Tebow like QB’s both in skill set and leadership style. Go Gators!

  8. Danny says:

    Anthem Kneeler Says NFL Siphoning From Breast Cancer, Military Donations to Give Social Justice Causes $89M


    And this is the agenda.

    • David says:

      The owners are desperately trying to bribe the players to stop the protests.

    • ck says:

      This is insanity…like someone stated: “Zero common sense if they ever did have it. I haven’t seen a vast fortune destroyed this miserably in my lifetime.” And this by Yu So Wong: “Who needs a cure for breast cancer when you have the opportunity to buy the ghetto better sneakers and a large bag of skittles.” Then this one: “Soros can make even more money for his pharmaceutical investments when diabetes hits the skittle eaters.” (S. Sprig) “Suicide by stupidity”. “Give us another reason to boycott the NFL”. They are now losing big time!
      Thanks, Danny, for the info. Also, read where Goodell made the deal b/c he wanted his contract so he made a deal w/thugs to stop the protests and looks like it backfired…oooops!:/

  9. Danny says:

    The old Pontiac Silverdome was being imploded today…well, it didn’t go too well. They tried to implode the top deck but the structure continued to stand:


    Reaction of the day: “That’s odd: The Lions never had a problem collapsing in the quarter century they played there.”

  10. Jp says:


  11. ck says:

    Update on Bronco’s: Just read that Elrot is being labeled as a “Coach Killer and Death Trap” as a GM due to firing numerous personnel…looks like the record as of now is that the Bronco’s started 3-1 and have lost eight straight games which makes them the worst team in the NFL’s worst division! Admits he is “EMBARRASSED”…guess the person who wrote this has the right take on just what actually did happen and that is “Which for most of the rest of the league sounded like an awful lot like–It was my decision (current coach), but John made it for me with an implied threat!” Sounds like what he did to Tebow! He should be “EMBARRASSED” only I think that is just to keep the fans from demanding that he should be fired! Someone stated he is being exposed as “lousy at evaluating talent” due to the QB situation.

  12. Sage says:

    Your tax dollars at work. Mesa police officer viciously kills Daniel Shaver, then is acquitted.

    Police are not racist; they are equal opportunity killers. Government is evil, period.

    Stop voting for big government.

    Graphic. Can’t be ignored.

    Officer’s name is Philip Brailsford. Let him spend his life in hiding.


    • David says:

      The rules of engagement in Iraq and Afghanistan were stricter than what our police observe in the US.

      • ck says:

        Seems like there are more instances where it could be seen as “trigger happy”, but also have not seen the level of intense abuse sent their way either…hmmmm
        Makes you wonder how safe you really are in certain situations and would not want to tempt fate either!

      • Sage says:

        Great point. And that’s exactly what’s wrong. I’m less concerned there was a shooting than with the sadistic prelude suggesting the officer welcomed such an outcome.

    • ck says:

      You have a point, Sage. Look at how many times the liberal judicial nuts get it wrong…TOO MANY!!!

  13. Danny says:

    NFL Ticket Prices Continue to Crater, Some Tickets Sell for $3


    Soon they’ll by paying people to watch these games. Good riddance NFL!

    Spring training starts in two months.

    • ck says:

      Priceless…going from $130.00 a game for the Chicago Bears to $20.00! Like some of these statements too: “Free tickets wouldn’t get me in the door.” “Look at that sorry bunch of losers on their knees protesting the greatest country on earth!” Thanks, Danny, for the link and great update btw! At least the Army/Navy Game was worth watching–“PATRIOTISM!”

    • Sage says:

      And goodell is the $200M man. Did he get the lifetime private jet clause?

      It’s almost like the nfl doesn’t get it.

      • ck says:

        Wait until he sees no one buying seasonal tickets next year…how delusional!!
        The vets of this country deserve better and so do their families for all their sacrifices for FREEDOM!!! Right about that, Sage.

    • ck says:

      Read where they are trying to get actors to fill empty seats and fans are not just late, but not attending! Thanks, Danny, for the link and you won’t see this on liberal newscasts!

  14. Bubbaelvis says:

    The NFL thinks they can wait this out. They think this will pass and fans will return but I am not so sure. It is a sad situation all around. The first problem is they chose to follow a disgruntled liberal QB’s(Kaepernick) lead in taking a knee. I even wonder if Kaepernick really was influenced by his girl friend since before this he didn’t seem to be the liberal protester type. He got benched and was angry. Anyway, baseball with Tim Tebow is America’s favorite sport.

    • Sage says:

      There’s almost no doubt Kaep is being pushed on by his girlfriend.

      Kaep is adopted. Sometimes there is insecurity in that situation, and her approval may hold a very special allure for him.

      The nice thing about being a leftist sjw is that the clan will usually back you up as long as you stay loyal. Look how long race hustlers like Jesse Jackson have been turning a profit.

      • ck says:

        Hey Sage, don’t forget what’s his name “Sharpton” and never has to pay the IRS what millions that he has owed for an eternity…IF THEY ARE REVERENDS THEN BELIEVE THEY WILL HAVE A LOT TO ANSWER FOR WHEN THEY MEET WHO IS IN CONTROL!

        • Sage says:

          They stick together. Too bad republicans seem to stand only with lobbyists.

          • ck says:

            Too bad about Judge Moore and to think they wound up with a REAL PROBLEM! Wonder how many felons and illegals were allowed to vote this time and all of Soro’s money bought it also…UGH!

    • ck says:

      100% correct Bubbaelvis…glad we have Tebow and baseball to look forward to in a couple of months!!!

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