T(V)ebow Time. That is what I would call a reality show about the life of Tim Tebow. Cameras could follow him along as he ministers to sick children and works out in his impressive physical fitness quests. The real Tebow Time gripped the sports world back in 2011 when the former NFL quarterback led the Denver Broncos on an exciting series of comeback wins during the regular season and an impressive playoff victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. He became a media sensation. Since then his football career has faltered. He was traded by the Broncos to the New York Jets. The Jets never let him play and no one has picked him up for the regular season since then. Even with the lack of a sports spotlight, Tebow remains popular. He has always had a legion of faith-based fans. As an outspoken Christian who has been willing to make tough decisions (support pro-life causes, abstain from sex until marriage, involve himself in world missions) he has endeared himself to the evangelical community. That audience alone would make a Tebow reality show profitable. I am sure he has been approached about the idea but so far no such program exists. There are obvious advantages to the idea: 1) he could promote his faith by living his life in front of the camera. 2) He could tout his non-profit charitable foundation every week. But the disadvantages must be outweighing the advantages. The most obvious would be the possibility of the cameras catching him in the act of doing something that might upset his legion of Christian fans. A public fall from grace would be devastating to his career and charisma. I don’t anticipate that this would happen. Tebow is a clean-cut, genuine young man with a strong, faith-filled family supporting him. Still the risk is there. For now, it appears, T(V)ebow Time’s time has not yet come.