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Last week, former Denver Broncos QB Jake Plummer called out current Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow, saying he wanted him to lay off the religious references that Tebow makes during any camera time. That created a small firestorm of controversy which Tim Tebow responded to during the ESPN show “First Take”.
For some reason, 102.3 The Ticket in Denver thought it would be a great idea to get Plummer back on the air and continue this back and forth banter. Tebow has told Skip Bayless on the ESPN program in response to the question regarding Plummers comments to lay off the religious talk saying in short that he loves Jesus in the same manner that a man loves his wife.
Appearing on the radio program again this morning, Plummer couldn’t hold back when asked about Tim Tebow’s response. When asked about the southpaw’s comments about his relationship with Jesus being similar to a husband and a wife, Plummer responded, “Yeah, but if I jumped up and after every game and said ‘First a...
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Quarterback Tim Tebow, #15 of the Denver Broncos, eludes Eric Smith #33 of the New York Jets and rushes 20 yards for the game winning touchdown in the fourth quarter at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on November 17, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Jets 17-13. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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Kurt Warner, who was one of the most openly-religious players during his playing days, believes that Tebow's image would improve if he toned down the frequent references to his religion.
TeboWWWWW! The Broncos got their fifth "W" — four wins in a row, two in overtime, three on fourth- quarter comebacks, every one dramatic in the second half — since Tim Tebow became quarterback.
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Football is intense. So intense and brutal and authentic that it feels like truth. For some us, the ones who truly love the game, the Broncos are something to believe in. Tim Tebow is something to believe in.
Matt Prater kicked a 37-yard field goal with 29 seconds left in overtime to lift Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos to a 16-13 victory Sunday over the San Diego Chargers, who've lost six straight games for the first time in 10 years. The Broncos narrowly avoided the first NFL tie since Cincinnati and Philadelphia ended deadlocked at 13 on Nov.
On the night before he delivered the Denver Broncos to their fourth straight win, Tim Tebow was asked by coach John Fox to address his teammates.