Found December 17, 2011 on
Midwest Sports Fans:
In this week’s edition of ‘My Ego Hurts’ news, Packers tight end Jermichael Finley expressed that he is ‘disturbed’ by the media coverage being given to Tim Tebow.
Actually, Finley’s quoted words in comparing his own quarterback to Tebow were as follows…
‘I sit at home, start watching TV and all I’m seeing is Tebow. We have a guy here that’s breaking records every week and you have a guy in Tebow that’s saying ‘God’ every word and he gets coverage. Of course I love my faith and God. but come on man’
Finley then goes on to predict that the bloom will eventually fall off the Tebow rose, and the day will come when Tebow is no longer the most popular player in the National Football League.
So the nice 19-game winning streak the Pack has right now is taking a bit of a back seat to the Tebow/Tom Brady showdown in Denver this Sunday, and it seems like Finley doesn’t like it.
But, to use a Tebow-ism, the Packers’ undefeated season falling to the backburner temporarily shou
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