Wins for quarterbacks are an overrated statistic. There are ten other players on Tebow’s side of the ball, eleven more on defense, and don’t forget the punter and kicker. Tebow scored the winning points, but he needed a good block from his tight end to clear the onrushing defenders, a fact he emphasized after the game. Sincere or not, it’s hard to hate a star for insistent expressions of humility. Cue the chorus: “He’s got it.”
Monday, November 21, 2011
The New Yorker Defends Tebow
It's nothing you haven't already read a dozen times before, but the point is Tebow transcends sports. Because of his relentless competitive spirit, combined with his style of play and undeniable success, Tim Tebow has been able to bring his personal beliefs into the public arena with him off of the playing field.