Thursday, December 8, 2022

In wake of ‘Tebowing’ craze, other NFL stars seeking ways to turn names physical

Wanting to hop on the wave of making one’s name into a physical gesture, NFL players across the country are creating their own catch phrase acts.

Fickle Broncos fans start new ‘Te-Blow!’ chant

As the clock wore down on the Lions' 45-10 drubbing of the Broncos in Denver Sunday, fans began a new chant, this time deriding the QB they had spent the whole season clamoring for.

Prior to first NFL start, Chiefs Palko already ranked 30th best starting QB, higher...

Tyler Palko has toiled around the NFL since 2007, but you wouldn’t know it since he had not recorded a stat until last year when he was the Chiefs’ third-string quarterback. After Matt Cassel left last Sunday’s game against the Broncos with an injury to his throwing hand, Palko stepped in behind center and now finds himself starting in his first NFL game against Patriots on Monday Night Football.

Tebow leads Broncos to victory and makes it on time to Twilight premiere

"A tie was the last thing I wanted to deal with tonight," said Tebow. "I bought tickets for the midnight showing of 'Twilight Breaking Dawn Part One' over two weeks ago. So, a field goal was out of the question."

God comes forward as a Tebow-hater

Even though Tim Tebow is now 6-1 as a starter this year, more and more people seem to doubt the former Gator. Now Father Gillafritz a local talker to God, has informed the media that God himself is not a fan, of both Tebow's mechanics and his practices as a Christian.

Bears prepare to face Tebow by hiring Pontius Pilate as assistant coach

As the Bears prepare to face the resurgent Broncos later this month, GM Jerry Angelo has announced a surprise personnel move to counter the play of rookie QB Tim Tebow by hiring Pontius Pilate as an assistant coach on the defensive line. Pilate, the fifth prefect of the Roman providence of Judaea, has no prior coaching experience, but should be able to apply his expertise in the area of defeating messiahs.

Tebow to miss next week’s game to play Jesus in living nativity

In the midst of a remarkable hot streak, Broncos QB Tim Tebow has decided to put his team’s AFC West lead in jeopardy by sitting out next week’s game against the Bears so he can play Baby Jesus in his local church’s annual living nativity.