I just got done “Tebowing” before sitting down to write this article. Tebowing, in case you didn’t know, is the act of kneeling on one knee after scoring a touchdown, as both a celebration of football victory and Jesus Christ. This kind of behavior propelled Tebow into the NFL limelight, initiating a mainstream media frenzy over the rising football prospect’s public demonstration of his religious affiliation while winning game after game in what appeared to be pure luck.
All it takes is a simple Google search of “Tebowing,” to find anyone and everyone Tebowing in different locations all around the world. Anyways, enough with the Tebow talk. The guy is a talented QB and whether you fall on the overrated or underrated side of the fence, it doesn’t matter anymore. See, the guy can’t get a job.
He was released by the New York Jets a little over a week ago and nobody wants him. “Why?” you ask. Well, his Tebow antics have garnered him so much media attention and notoriety, that no coach wants to deal with it. Seriously. His presence on the Jets led to a nearly unprecedentedly underwhelming season, which might bring out the superstitious caution in many a NFL football coach. They might now be thinking the guy’s bad luck and he bring ins a “mediastorm” with him, everywhere he goes. Tim Tebow, our hearts go out to you bro. Maybe tone it down a bit and you can sneak onto a decent team off the radar.