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Tim Tebow and the Broncos passed one huge test. Now comes an even bigger challenge.
I have officially called off my boycott of the National Football League (NFL). I do not care how many felons or frotteurs play the game. Now there is Tim Tebow to redeem it. He can pass and run. He inspires his teammates. He inspires many returning fans like me. I shall follow him through the playoffs and maybe even next year as the season resumes anew. He is an American original - and he is controversial. I am for him.
On the chilly practice field, Josh McDaniels tucked his hands into the pockets of his new _ or previously used _ dark blue Patriots hoodie and smiled broadly at Bill Belichick.
Jack Johnson was watching the Denver Broncos-Pittsburgh Steelers playoff game Sunday afternoon with friends from Michigan when Tim Tebow led his team to yet another improbable victory, this time in overtime. It was at that point the Los Angeles Kings defenseman got a challenge.
Bury the blueprints on how to thwart Tim Tebow. He can beat you with his arm as well as his legs.
Even Tom Brady and the New England Patriots have a little bit of Tebowmania.
He kneels in prayer at times when many players would be pounding their chest, and is winning with a style the experts insist cannot work for long.
Here come the big boys.
Tim Tebow is still giving the NFL whiplash.