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Tebow-mania is not sitting well with at least one other NFL quarterback.
Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco on Friday said he is tired of the incessant hype surrounding the second-year quarterback of the Denver Broncos.
“I like Tim, but you have a tendency to want to — I don’t want to see Tim do bad — but look what happens after he wins a football game," Flacco said. "If you watched (ESPN's) SportsCenter today, it was Tim Tebow then something else, Tim Tebow then something else, and Tim Tebow then something else.
"When we beat the Steelers, were we on TV? No. I couldn’t even find a Baltimore Ravens highlight. I think that’s kinda the way it is around Baltimore. We don’t always get our respect but you gotta deal with it and go out there every week and just win football games.”
Tebow appeared on the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated and seemingly has served as one of cornerstones of ESPN's programming for the past two months.
The former Heisman Tro...
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