Found November 01, 2011 on
In just a week’s time, everyone, from the media to the fans, seems to have done a complete 180 and are starting to sour on Tim Tebow. As they should, considering the second-year quarterback looked dismal in Week 8.
It’s gotten worse. Now an opposing player joined the fray, absolutely ripping Tebow a new one — albeit anonymously.
On Monday, one Lions defender told Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports what he thought of Tebow’s performance against Detroit, and it won’t be misconstrued as a glowing endorsement.
“Can you believe ’15’?” “Come on – that’s embarrassing. I mean, it’s a joke. We knew all week that if we brought any kind of defensive pressure, he couldn’t do anything. In the second half it got boring out there. We were like, ‘Come on – that’s your quarterback? Seriously?’ ”
Although the above sentiments are a tad harsh, it’s hard to argue that it wasn’t “embarrassing” watching Tebow, who took seven sacks, tossed a pick-six, and coughed up the ball three time
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Tim Tebow's status under center for next weekend's game might be as shaky as one of his passes.
The Denver Broncos quarterback was erratic and off-target all afternoon in a 45-10 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Tebow had the football stripped from his left hand and scooped up for a TD, threw an interception that was returned 100 yards for a score, and was sacked seven...
Well, that was fast. Not only did Tim Tebow's Broncos get housed by the Lions at home yesterday (18/39, 172 yards, 1TD, 1 INT in a 45-10 loss), he got thoroughly humiliated by a group of Lions defenders who reveled in the quarterback's failure.
Linebacker Stephen Tulloch went Tebowing right over Tebow's body after a sack. And then many Lions openly ridiculed Tebow'...
They tried to bill this game — with the NFL's tacit approval — as a matchup of good vs. evil. But the reality is, that was never quite right. This was simply good vs. bad. The Lions are a good team. The Broncos are not.
Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow had no problem with Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch striking the prayerful pose known as "Tebowing" after sacking him last week.
Tim Tebow has been limited to four carries for 15 yards. The Broncos started with 0-for-5 accuracy on third down conversions. The sixth attempt led to a complete pass, Tebow to Eddie Royal, but Eric Wright got the stop just short of the first down. Yet another punt for the Broncos. Add two personal
The Detroit Lions sacked Tim Tebow seven times and turned his two turnovers into touchdowns as they snapped a two-game skid with a 45-10 victory over the Denver Broncos. Tebow followed his Miami miracle with a dud in Denver as the Broncos were blown out Sunday. Cornerback Chris Houston had the fourth 100-yard interception return in team history and defensive end Cliff Avril got a...
Denver Broncos coach John Fox is revamping his offense to include more college-style alignments designed to help new starting quarterback Tim Tebow, Fox Sports reported Sunday.
According to the report, Tebow will receive more snaps in the shotgun formation, which could make him more dangerous as a dual-threat option. The offense may have more spread formations as well, the report...
For those on either side of the fence in the Great Tim Tebow debate of 2011, it would appear that everyone will have the second-year quarterback to discuss for at least another week. Despite some speculation that the Denver Broncos might bench Tebow in favor of either Kyle Orton or Brady Quinn after his sub-par performance in a 45-10 demolition at the hands of the Detroit Lions...
The NFL's Web site billed it as Good vs. Evil, and as Ndamukong Suh said after the Lions blitzed, battered and mocked Tim Tebow, "Evil prevails." The Lions flustered Tebow with a season-high seven sacks and snapped a troublesome two-game losing streak in grand fashion Sunday, beating the Broncos, 45-10, at Sports Authority Field.
Noted comedy professional Dwight Howard posted this picture to his Twitter account on Saturday evening. If you are unsure what the Orlando Magic center is doing, then I'd like to welcome you to sports blogs. Sometimes the things that happen here are fun!
As I'm sure you all know, Howard is "Tebowing," a posing practice that takes its name and inspiration from...