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U.S. adults would most like to be neighbors with Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow if given a choice of celebrity neighbors, according to a nationwide survey released today.
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These days – and by these days I mean the last several years – there’s more than enough Tim Tebow to go around. The former Florida Gators’ superstar hasn’t seen a day go by without his name plastered throughout the media. Whether it is his supporters or his critics, everyone has something to say about Tebow and his quest to be a career NFL quarterback. The Tim Tebow phenomenon...
Just when you thought the positive Tim Tebow news would come to end. Maybe more people would be comfortable with him being referred to as the Phoenix. Ya know, the mythical bird that rises from its own ashes? Nah, we can’t do that. Because then he wouldn’t be able to qualify as the #1 religion author 2011.
The Denver Broncos QB’s Christian life story, Through My Eyes, is...
Can Tim Tebow pull his team out of a tailspin?
After winning seven out of eight games (a staggering SIX straight), the Denver Tebow's are on a two game losing streak. New England is one thing where Tebow had a 50% completion rating, 287 total yards, two touchdowns, and (the all important) 0 picks. Against a 5-9 Bills team Tebow was atrocious! Tim had a 43% passer rating, threw...
Pressure? What pressure? Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow on Wednesday called the prospect of possibly having to beat visiting Kansas City on Sunday for a playoff berth "exciting."
He's revived a foundering franchise with last-minute magic and put the buzz back in the Broncos. Tim Tebow's next challenge is rebounding from the worst game of his career.
The AFC race has been pretty wild this season. Buffalo started hot with a 5-2 record, San Diego stormed back into contention in December, and quarterback Tim Tebow lead Denver to a six game winning streak. Of those teams only Denver remains in playoff contention. The AFC East and South have already been locked up by New England and Houston, with New England also securing a first...
Two weeks ago, the New England Patriots walked all over the Denver Broncos in a 41-23 win. More importantly, Mayweather got rich—well, richer. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that Mayweather had $1 million on the Patriots. The director of the Cantor Gaming sports book at the M Resort, Mike Colbert, refused to confirm or deny the report, but did offer up this tidbit: More »