CBS goes the snarky route, but it's what's on everybody's mind. Is God actually helping Tim Tebow?
You can read the full quotes here, but the synopsis says it all. Like it or not, Tebow's winning has earned him the right to pronounce his faith publicly.
Put differently: Plummer may like Tebow the football player, but could do without the constant reminders of his faith. And Tebow has no plans to do anything but pronounce his love for Jesus every chance he gets.Video of Tebow's response here.
Whatever you think of Tebow, there's no denying that divine intervention has a lot to do with his success. Because there's no way a guy completing 44.8 percent of his throws, and who completed just two passes against the Chiefs in Week 10 would be on an NFL roster, much less a starting quarterback with a 4-1 record.
So, yeah, he has good reason to be thankful.
And the caption to the picture above: "Despite appearances, Plummer isn't Tebowing. We think. (US PRESSWIRE/Getty Images)"