Nate Jackson, former Bronco and Slate writer, takes on the establishment in defense of Tim Tebow, both on and off the field. It is a great piece, but here is the money quote:
Which leads me back around to Solomon Wilcots' comments and his praise for the ineffable virtues of Tebow. That's the thing, Craggs. We're all too smart for God these days, and to believe in Tim Tebow is to believe in God in a world that tells us God is an impossibility, and that Tim Tebow is a bad quarterback because a bunch of guys on television said so. Well, screw that. We need some new heroes.
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