MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Just when you thought Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow was down; like a phoenix, he rises from the ashes.

Tebow and the Broncos were last seen Saturday night walking off the field after getting shellacked by Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

The former Florida Gators quarterback couldn’t muster any offense in the game and was outclassed on the field by Brady.

But, Tebow has been a ratings draw for CBS and now, the network wants to get Tebow in the studio this Sunday for the AFC Championship game.

According to, CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus said CBS has had conversations with Tebow’s people and are waiting to hear back from the popular quarterback.

McManus said CBS is hoping to hear from Tebow by midweek.

Comments (157)
  1. Diego Roswell says:

    I pray to Jesus that Tebow says NO to the parasites at CBS.

    1. Dave Patton says:

      This would be a great way for the liberal network to get him out of the public eye. This guy may not be the best football player but [in my opinion] he does set a good example for all of us. Has anyone reported those that Tim has worked with off the field? Don’t think so. The liberal, anti-Christ, media only wants to ridicule him and hopefully discredit him.

      1. MIKE A says:

        Are you insane?

    2. whattim says:

      who is Jesus and why would he care?

      1. John Bourgon says:

        Hum… you don’t know who Jesus is ?

      2. Go Tebow! says:


        the exact reason this country is in the state it is in. My guess is whattim is a liberal loser too.

      3. whattim says:

        Not Liberal. I go to church and you make me laugh. My relationship with God is personal. But thank you for judging me. You just proved my point about people pushing their religion on others. have a great day

      4. Avenger says:

        Whattim………If you don’t find out who Jesus is before you die, you’ll find out at The Great White Throne Judgement. It will be Jesus Christ who condemns the lost and then casts them into the Lake of Fire for eternity.

      5. whattim says:

        Jesus is no more the son of God than anyone on this board. Did you know there were more than two other story’s, prior to Jesus, where a guy had 12 buddies, was crucified and rose three days later. Blind faith does not get you closer to God. Jesus belonged to the right religion. Again, judge and be judged

      6. Ian Perry says:

        “there were more than two other story’s, prior to Jesus, where a guy had 12 buddies, was crucified and rose three days later.” @whatim –are you getting that from the Zeitgeist movie? That was horribly inaccurate, from what I recall. On broader historical stuff (with regard how similar other stories were to the Christian claims) cf. N. T. Wright’s The Resurrection of the Son of God. (Sorry for the double-post.)

      7. JustAGuy says:

        Nonody pushed their religion on you whatim. You are a religions bigot and you leap to conclusion.

      8. whattim says:

        I love how the Christians call names, judge other and push their beliefs on others when you call them out. It makes me laugh. It is funnier than Mr. Tebow not Tebowing when he got is arse kicked.

      9. JustAGuy says:

        Curiously, whattim comes on and goes out of his way to scoff, then behaves in a self-superior manner.

        Whattim, what is your self-described religion since you appear to have such low esteem for Christians?

      10. whattim says:

        I believe in God. I believe Jesus was a nice guy who did great things and I have lived most of my life serving the way he asked people to serve. If you see someone who is hungry, feed them. I have been feeding, housing and clothing people for most of my life. I am humbled by God’s love. I was raised as a Catholic then i realized how many go to church and then gossip and judge the people the attend church with. The same is going on here. if people do not believe in Jesus, they are judged. I think it is funny. I love many people who believe in Christ because they simply serve and honor God, they do not stand up in the middle of their job and proclaim Jesus as their Lord, if they did, they would be fired. a relationship with god is a private thing. UNless you need and thrive on peoples attention.

      11. whattim says:

        I believe in God, but I do not believe Jesus is the son of God any more than anyone on this board. However, I loved his message and have lived my life by one “stpry” about him. I have spent most of my life feeding, clothing and housing people all because of the story. I was raised Catholic, so I have no clue how you can judge me and my love for people who follow Christ. On the other hand, if you were at your job and you were praying after each thing you did, you would be fired. again, I laugh at the self proclaimed Christian who judge others. According to your beliefs, you will be judged too.

      12. Rationalist says:

        He’s the One you’re supposed to be reading about in church. Suggest you change churches and read up on His biography – the Bible. Your comments below indicate that your church attendance is fictional and you’ve been reading the wrong newspaper religion articles about the Savior.

      13. Vote Loud says:

        Obviously you get your news from comedians… and were edumucartered in a Publik Skhoolz!

      14. G W says:

        If you TRULY knew Jesus , you would know why He cares. We will pray for you. GOD bless

      15. BK says:

        Exactly. Jesus doesn’t care about football. He’s more interested in healing the sick, feeding the hungry, helping the poor, etc. Praying and praising good during a football game is misguided and selfish.

      16. JT says:

        He is the son of God who came to this world and gave his life so that we would have a saviour to help guide us through this life and then accept us into Heaven when we die. He is a great friend. Try it…you’ll like it.

      17. xfiler93 says:

        I love how atheists start a a fight by insulting Christians, then they step on their “hight Horse” thinking they are better. Patheitic without a doubt.

      18. jncarlos007 says:

        So Jesus was a good person, who you seek to emulate in many ways, but he was a liar or insane since he claimed to be the son of God?

        Is that your position?

    3. John Bourgon says:

      Yea…what he said!

    4. Jaymie Witherspoon says:

      Jesus would go to the dregs of society and speak the word. Tebow should to CBS , NBC ,CNN …

    5. kenmat says:

      Tebow has 3 other offers: (1) The Republicans want him to run for president;
      (2) The Vatican wants him to replace the pope and (3) God wants him to replace Jesus. Note: Tebow “tebowed” when he heard offer # 3 although there is a rumor he wants to replace God himself. If the truth be known, many Americans now have begun to pray to Tebow instead of God. Praise Tebow!

      1. GozieBoy says:

        You worked too hard to come up with something so lame… Spend your time doing something else.

      2. Vote Loud says:


        Yet trite!

      3. jncarlos007 says:

        weak. really really weak

    6. Vote Loud says:


      The Secularist at CBS only worship at the alter of the almighty dollar!

      Rise above Tebow… Your best is ahead of you…

      CBS’s days are dark.

    7. Scott Laux says:

      If he says yes we’ll know he’s about all the glory and his faith is second.

      1. JT says:

        I say he should go on….God has opened a door for him to share the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

      2. jncarlos007 says:

        So a christian can’t accept a job offer? Or just not go on tv?
        I am confused. Please explain

    8. Scott Laux says:

      I’m sick of all the Tebow religion media hype. He needs to do us all a favor and say “no” I just want to watch the game.

      1. BK says:

        Amen, brother. This liberal Christian is tired of Tebow. He gives religion a bad name.

      2. jncarlos007 says:

        So he needs to do YOU a favor because its what YOU want.
        I don’t want to ever read another post by you so, hey, why don’t you do me a favor…

  2. AikmansGhost says:

    Outclassed by Brady? Outplayed maybe, but Brady will never have more class than Tebow. What a joke of a writer.

  3. Bluesquid says:

    Shouldnt he be working on his throwing motion?

    1. WhocarresaboutTebow says:

      At least working on the prayer stance when he isn’t winning….

  4. tld62 says:

    DON’T DO IT TIM!!!!!!
    @AikmansGhost—very well said!

    1. Bob G. says:

      You guys are nuts! Tom Brady ouclassed him totally. Tebow played like a college kid, nearly more yards retreating than advancing.Please

      1. jncarlos007 says:

        so you are confusing the words “outclassed” and “outplayed”

  5. Kurt says:

    Agreed. I think he will, knowing his character.

  6. oilfield steve says:

    It would be cool to see him as a broadcaster! And I think “outclassed” refers to the qb performance. tebow and brady aren’t on the field together so one can’t “outplay” the other.

  7. Justme says:

    Don’t be exploited, Tebow. Stay true to who you are. I agree with AikmansGhost, no way can Brady outclass Tebow. Brady is a great player, but….

  8. For Real? says:

    I don’t know if Brady outclassed Tebow or not, but he sure did clean up the field with him. Brady is a true pro in football, so yeah, I would say he outclassed Tebow. But with this kid Tebow making a comeback the way he just did (with CBS and all), I’d have to say, now I’m a believer.

  9. Stoney says:

    Elvis maintained his popularity because he was unavailable.

    Tebow will decline the offer.

  10. GRIZZ says:

    FOX needs to counter offer NOW

  11. mike4444 says:

    TEBOW needs to get a room……..Maybe in a church?

  12. tj says:

    Fox was outcoached by Belichek. He truly understands the advantage of being unpredictable.

  13. Mike A. says:

    Sorry, I like Tebow, I get the hype, I wish him well.

    But I don’t think he has the brains/personality for that gig. When you see candid camera footage of him (like NFL sound effects or whatever the show is called) he comes across like a 14 year old boy. Again, no offense to Tebow or his fans, I just don’t think it would work.

    1. Maximillian says:

      I am a Tebow fan and I concur. I don’t think his talents lie in that direction.

    2. GozieBoy says:

      The same was said of Troy Aikman in the day. In fact, I still say that today…

    3. Jon says:

      Right.. so all the broadcaster players who made the jump halfway through college right into the pros have more brains/personality for the gig than a guy who graduated, still won the Heisman, and led his team to a national championship?! Stop trolling kid

      1. American Patriot says:

        Graduated from a school in Florida. Ha ha ha ha ha. Florida. Ha ha ha ha ha. You’re killing me. STOP!

  14. Joseph says:

    For a 1st half season of starting…..I think the kid did pretty well. Look at the other current top QB’s in the league, and take a look at their first starting season….not nearly as many wins. The Broncos got to the playoffs this year after a horrible start from Orton. Give him time…..Give him time!

  15. Pinny says:

    I love how CBS is reporting that they heard on that CBS is doing something….huh?

  16. Gradebone says:

    Did I miss the game this writer saw?? I thought there were 10 other guys on the field every time Tebow was on and 11 guys on the field when he was off the field!!! I suspect if one took a stop watch and timed the amount of seconds Brady had to find a receiver versus the time Tebow had, it would be greatly in favor of Brady. Was that Tebow’s fault???? I acknowledge that Brady is one of the best passers in professional football and Tebow isn’t there yet – may never will be, don’t know. But one person doesn’t win or lose a game – ask Aaron Rogers!!!

    1. CBO says:

      I can’t agree more. The way some of these sports fans and sports commentators talked about these games you would think that Brady and Tebow were out there by themselves playing. I think I heard Tebow once say that it was a TEAM effort.

      Is it Tebow’s fault the Patriots scored 45 points? They blame losses entirely on the quarterback and praise him alone for the win. Neither is true. Good post!

  17. John Sheridan says:

    You can’t put this on Tebow alone. There was no pass protection, the offensive line was asleep and oh yes, the DEFENSE took the afternoon off.

    1. Chris says:

      Yeah, but according to St Timothy, it is God and God alone to whom he owes his success on the field. Not so with his failures? His team mates are to blame for those? So, when playing well, St Timothy is channeling God.When he plays poorly, his team mates are channeling the devil and are to blame. I get it.

      1. AintAfraidOfHaters says:

        Chris you are quite intolerant. Tebow has said that himself that God doesn’t call games. You’re just another hater that finds the idea of God disgusting, and can’t give a guy like Tebow the credit for being a classy-christian athlete. There are a lot of classy-christians, jews, etc. But you are a cry baby who can’t let them have any attention, because you are so insecure. You probably wet your bed.

      2. American Elm says:

        Tim Tebow never said anything of the sort.

        Why don’t you just type, “I hate Christians”, and cut to the chase?

      3. Go Tebow! says:


        you dont get anything. you have no clue and your post makes you look ignorant.

      4. JW says:

        What… he said the EXACT same canned speech he always says… “I want to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and thank my teammates and coaches for playing so hard and laying on the line today”.

        If you are going to hate… at least hate accurately.

      5. Chris says:

        Hehe, Yeah, but he only points up in the sky after the touchdowns.

      6. Chris says:

        @American Elm
        Hah, why don’t you just type “My faith is so easily shaken that a simple post on the internet makes me turn off the greatest gift God gave me- my brain”?

        I don’t hate Christians. What I get tired of are is arrogant little twits like Tebow who actually believe that God gives a rats nut whether Tim Tebow and/or his team win a football game. I think the 45 – 10 route was God’s little way saying to little Timmy: “Young fella, quit making such a vain and public display of dropping my name every chance you get and concentrate on whatever the heck it is you do for a living- I’m busy!”

      7. American Elm says:

        My brain works fine, Chris. In fact, it works so well that I’ve actually heard Tebow say about a zillion times that he does NOT think that God cares who wins a football game.

        Your animosity for Christians makes you hear things that the poor guy not only didn’t say, but AGREES with you about.

      8. Chris says:

        Well, AE, at least you have the satisfaction of knowing that it will be me going to hell, and not you.

    2. whattim says:

      that is funny, because all of the positive article were about Tebow. He stunk up the place. he could not throw spiral to save his life. Good thing he has God.

    3. Don says:

      CBS should have paid Tebow’s offensive line a bonus to do their job. Then CBS could be getting even higher ratings for Denver vs. (We don’t need God) Baltimore next weekend. But now, well, meh.

    4. Matt says:

      Yet you can not give Tebow any credit for making the Playoffs then… The Broncos made the Playoffs because their defense was giving up less then 18 points per game in their 8 wins. His offensive line blocked for a 1,200 yard rusher and the Broncos Kicker kicked them to a few wins. You can not make it about Tebow leading his team to the playoffs which he didn’t the Defense did, then turn around and say well it wasn’t Tebo’s fault it was the Defense.

    5. Jon says:

      I believe some people on his team purposefully took a dive. Just a week earlier some on the team had conspired with some of the coaches to try to oust Tebow and bring in Quinn. Tim Tebow should stop wasting his time in Denver and ask for a trade to Jacksonville.

  18. john says:

    He shouldn’t be working on the Sabbath.

    1. RJP3 says:

      These fundamentalist evangelicals are quite the joke in the way they pick and choose what to follow in the bible.

      I am fine with that — but it is their BS that they unlike everyone else has the true meaning and true way to follow.

      BLAH to their BS

      1. Jon says:

        If you aren’t a Christ follower why do you care what any self profession Christian follows or doesn’t? Nobody made you God, who are you to decide how other people follow their own religion. Why don’t you go over to Saudi Arabia and tell the radical followers of Islam that they are doing it all wrong, don’t you care about all people equally, or are you so heartless as to hate one specific cultural group just like a Nazi?

    2. Patricia Parke says:

      john, you’re showing your biblical ignorance. The Sabbath is Saturday and a Jewish holy day. In the New Testament, we are told to take the Lord’s Supper the first day of every week: SUNDAY. Sunday is not the sabbath.

    1. gotatake says:

      Yeah right, a joke, as I suppose all 8-5 NFL starting QBs that beat the Steelers in the playoffs are. A lot of very seriously talented people like my very own Tony Romo were at home watching this “joke” perform. Go Tebow, teach the haters about leadership!

      1. Craig Britt says:

        Yeah, lead them to the bar to watch the REAL teams play football.

    2. u dufus says:

      Jerk it again pal…it’s the only life you know

  19. Brian Kelsey says:

    Tim Tebow. The guy we are supposed to believe that God is more concerned making sure he wins football games than ending the wars and famine across the globe.

    1. gotatake says:

      You said that, not Tebow or any of his supporters. Satan is feeding you b.s. in order to confuse the message.

    2. brenda says:

      The rulers that be are to be blamed for the wars, not God.. FREE WILL.. ever heard of it? Tim Tebow uses his FREE WILL to praise God for the talent, and the platform God has given him. Why wouldn’t God bless him?

      1. Chuckc says:

        (Romans 9:18 Therefore God has mercy on whom he wants to have mercy, and he hardens whom he wants to harden.) You have no free will and that is biblical!

      2. American Elm says:

        Chuck, it is amazing that you read the book of Romans and missed the entire point, just to fixate on one line.

        You DID read the whole thing, didn’t you?

    3. Joseph says:

      Actually, the kid believes that there are more important things in his life and the NFL, like helping others and giving to charity. You know not of what you speak….!

    4. John Bourgon says:

      Sadly you have no idea what a true christain belief is. When Tebow is interviewed…you should listen!

    5. Go Tebow! says:

      Brian you have no clue.

  20. Juergensen says:

    Tim, take the offer and when you’re on the air tell America about the need to get rid of all the sodomites!

  21. Tom says:

    My guess is that CBS wants to humiliate him.
    Tebow is not a commentator, and the unclean snakes of CBS would use all of their trickery to discredit Tebow’s faith.

  22. Beenaroundyaknow says:

    I hope he has the good sense to say “No” He’d probably have a 15 second delay on anything he said so they can bleep him

  23. brenda says:

    Just say NO,TEBOW! They don’t deserve you or the ratings they’ll get with you there!

  24. Acheet Mapanz says:

    Good for you Tim! Class is such a rare bird in professional sports. Don’t forget that you are a target now and Celebrity Schadenfreude is lurking around every corner. You’ve made your stand, now stick with it. And don’t mess it up!
    Go in that booth and call the game. Retirement from injury could happen with any play.(Peyton?)
    Enjoy the Ride dude.
    Tebow in
    Thugs out..finally……Here that Vick? They both who’s the hero?
    Oh yeah..who hasn’t been beaten by Brady!

    1. John Bourgon says:

      Good words !

  25. geepa says:

    DON’T DO IT, TEBOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  26. Eric P Turner says:

    talk about over blown bs he has nothing to offer in doing this Jesus has nothing to do with football lets keep it that its not like we don’t have enough killer Christians running their mouths already. scream for war all week go to church and its ok

    1. American Elm says:

      I can see why you are upset – apparently a killer Christian pushed you down and stole your punctuation marks.

      1. Football Girl says:

        @American Elm…LOL! Best comment yet.

    2. Go Tebow says:

      Killer Christians? Pfffffff………Just goes to show that Tim Tebow must be doing something right. He doesn’t believe God is “helping him win”, he simply praises God for his talent and it invokes rage it clowns like this. Laughable……….Question: of all of the religion based terrorist stories in the news over the past year, how many were orchestrated by Christians? I rest my case….

      1. whattim says:

        that is funny, how about the Christian group the protests military funerals? How about the KKK, they do it in the name of God. I love how Christians live by, do as i say, not as I do. Judge and be judged,

      2. American Elm says:

        whattim – the Westborough Baptist Church, as obnoxious as they are, has not killed anyone. And the last prominent KKK member in public life was Senator Robert Byrd, and as obnoxious as he was, he didn’t kill anyone either.

        And to spare you the trouble – don’t bring up Timmy McVeigh. According to the only interview he ever gave, McVeigh “worshiped science”. He was a secular guy – just like you, whattim.

      3. Go Tebow says:

        My, how the “Christian” term is so loosely used, and WAY too broadly applied. In terms of protesting at military funerals, the jackballs from Westboro Baptist are NOT Christians. They are extremist bigots. The KKK, are you freakin kidding me. Are these truly the best examples you can come up with?

  27. lf says:

    I Love Tim Tebow. He is so real and refreshing. People hate that about him. Even if he doesn’t go far in football, he will continue to grow spiritually by helping others as he has been doing all along. He admitted from the beginning, that he was always thankfu to GODl for the gift of life and for the opportunities he had been given.

  28. maranatha says:

    Leave it to cbs with it’s all seeing eye to lead the piece equating tebow with an occult phoenix.

  29. Barry White says:

    That’s like the devil inviting you to dinner Tim!! For goodness sake don’t do it!!!

  30. John Farrar says:

    Thanks CBS….perfect excuse to turn on NFL Network before and after the game!

  31. andre says:

    I don’t know if anyone else noticed, but Tebow never had a chance in that game. The Patriots were running all over his offensive line like they weren’t even there, while NE’s offense gave plenty of time for Brady to set up and execute. I do think Brady is a better QB, but in all fairness, the Patriot’s are also a better team and Brady has plenty more experience too.

  32. MWalters says:

    He should tell them to go P up a rope. Any network that would
    hire that sissy dominican sue, is not a network I would want to be associated with!

  33. Meg says:

    I think he should take it. We would love to see him again on TV.

  34. Avenger says:

    You can’t blame Tebow for the fact that the Denver defense allowed 45 points.

  35. mtb says:

    Anti-religion CBS is a joke…

  36. Bridie says:

    Tell them to “go fish,” Tim!

  37. Meeshell says:

    So the story was about Tebow being pursued by CBS. But judging by some of the rabid comments, you’d think it was about his faith — which by the way wasn’t even mentioned! Get a grip folks! And as for being “outclassed” what does that mean anyway? does that mean that Brady was classy and Tebow was not? What a dumb choice of words.

  38. stan_in_usa says:

    Tim Tebow for CBS??? What makes him better than someone like Kordel Stewart, who at least made it to the Super Bowl?

  39. Craig Britt says:

    Maybe if Tebow spent more time practicing and less time praying he’d be playing next week. I’m just glad to see that God likes Tom Brady more than Tim Tebow… I guess God is even sick of seeing him pray.

  40. Tom DeLuca says:

    I am very surprised by CBS’s decision to hire Tebow to assist them in broadcasting NFL playoff games. In my opinion, there are any number of experienced former or present NFL quarterbacks far superior to rookie Tebow.
    I think Tebow is a big sad joke and CBS is no longer my favorite pro football station. YUK, is all I can say.

  41. Edward Brigham says:

    Tebow has a big bullseye target on his back as a result of his projecting truth and good by a pure and simple platform based on football and sports. But If Tebow’s platform is tarnished by his being ambushed on national tv — for example, words and sound bytes miising or taken out of context — that would be tragic and a victory for the other side.

  42. Becky Brock says:

    Tebow is doing just what all of us should do in our lives and that one thing is to give Glory to the one true God for everything in our lives. Everything all the day without ceasing Go Tim. Praise him anyway no matter what.

    1. keeque says:

      You wouldn’t say that it TEBOW was an atheist. How would you like if an atheist becomes a CBS commentator and uses that platform to tell people that God does not exists? I am sure the christian right would never allow that. There are many people, many, many, people that don’t believe in God and hate to have someone shove it down their throats on a FOOTBALL GAME.

  43. H.W.J says:


  44. dave says:

    giving him another pulpit to somehow throw his praise the lord into the mix – guess I won’t be watching CBS then

      1. whattim says:

        whose God?

  45. WhoCares says:

    Hyping an average player that exploits his prayer time while winning yet doesn’t pray when losing…there are plenty of people they can get for commentary who know the game. Tebow is just the flavor of the moment being exploited by an irrelevant network.

  46. IGetItAlready says:

    There was a time no so long ago when I would have thought that a man known nearly as much for his faith as for his career would have nothing to lose appearing on CBS.

    Unfortunately this is not that time.

  47. Chris says:

    Every year a player that is out of playoff contention is invited to do this. This is nothing new. Media shoving Tebow down our throat, then wondering why we have a fascination with him.

    1. 2012 miracles says:

      media follows public demand mostly unless it’s the 2008 obama campaign .. 🙂

      tebow is making the media because he is doing something phenominal and that is just plain FACT! FIND ANOTHER PLAYER IN NFL HISTORY that makes these kinds of wins at the end of the game almost consistently. you will not because it’s never been done.

      that makes him a media story.

      1. Daniel says:

        You have a limited version of NFL history…Look up the name George Blanda – Oakland Raiders. Not only was George twice his age…he was an incredible comeback winner. Check it!

  48. Jeff P says:

    Last I looked, football is a team sport. Tebow is a very talented player. But it was not Tebow who got beat, it was the Denver Broncos who got beat by the Patriots. Denver’s defense was non-existent. And their play calling was ludicrous. Tebow showed how well he can pass vs. the Steelers. Very poorly done all around by the Broncos. Maybe it would be a good thing if they lose their offensive coordinator!

  49. TRE says:

    Yes, yes, yes! I want Tebow on the CBS broadcast team.

    1. sideliner says:

      i second that. YES, YES, YES, YES, YES, YES!

  50. brenda says:

    The more his critics hate on him, the more popular he becomes.. it’s comical. CBS only wants him on the show because he is the MOST POPULAR PRO ATHLETE.. which means him being there would give them better ratings.

  51. sideliner says:

    tebow was not “outclassed.”
    he did not have the usual backup he needs.
    tebow played very good.

  52. Meg says:

    Tebow does deserve a spot on CBS since he uped their ratings so much. I think it is good of CBS to offer the job to Tebow. The question is: Does Tebow want to be a commentator.

    1. keeque says:

      I don’t think so. He is not a good quarterback and he is not a good commentator. Frankly, there are many people like me that are tired of TEBOW. He belongs as a commentator in a church PREACHING the gosphel of JESUS CHRIST.

  53. JE says:

    Outclassed? Brady never got sacked, only knocked down once, had all day to throw, and throwing to three pro bowlers. Give me a break.

  54. GoRavens says:

    LOL I like how a football thread turned into a Jesus talk. People have to remember the crusades left a stain upon Christianity. They did push their beliefs on others and they still do. Anyone who goes to a Catholic mass will know that they walk around asking for money. Sure you don’t have to pay but they frown upon you if you don’t. In addition to paying admission when one goes to church, the Vatican has millions and millions and is a separate country, yet they offer no financial support to churches. Instead they are too busy paying lawsuits, sad state of religion.

  55. James Halford says:

    CBS is a horrific television station with nothing but filth and brain rot on their primetime programming.

    I hope Tebow realizes this and rejects the $$$ offered to host CBS sports.

    1. Jimmy says:

      CBS is a TV Network, not a station. And how would you know about the ‘filth’ unless you’ve been watching? Hmmm. Methinks thou protests too much.

  56. MWalters says:

    Let’s hope he tells them to go take a leap from a tall bridge.
    Communist Barack Station is not worthy.
    Any station that would hire that baby Nomucom Sue!
    They have to be clueless!

  57. J Ruben Kincaid says:

    That kid is a winner, he’d be great the broadcast.

    1. Keeque says:

      That kid is a winner? He is a good athlete that was exposed last Saturday and came down crashing down to earth where he belongs. His style of football is unsustainable and will be futher exposed if the Broncos continue with this option non-sense

  58. Teetotaler says:

    CBS will want him to shut-up about Jesus. He won’t.

  59. great-grama says:

    Now Boys!…I am a great-grama, so I feel I have earned my two cents worth… I don’t watch football, but this one cought my attetion, when I read about this young man giving John 3:16 a chance …you know arguing ove the fact that God so loved the world that he gave His only son, is kinda interesting…why would that stir up such anger and disrespect…hmmmmI …anyway I just had to step in here and telll you God loves you very much! I do not believe God love Tebow more, but Tebow loves God more, by helping the needy, bowing a knee, or encouraging a team mate, a kind word, putting others first … he is just being who he is, so get over it, and maybe kneel down and ask forgivness for your attitude…you know every human on this earth is on a level playing field, so play your game as if it were your last and say something kind about Tebow…What did Tebow ever do to you? or what did Jesus do to you, maybe you just don’t know what He did for you.. guys He paid a price for all of us …why he loves you even if you don’t love Him is the most amazing truth ever , and let Tebow and anyone else play their game…why not say something nice, maybe it will come back to you! and hay don’t blame Jesus for those who are not being a good example… His Father and He are watching the whole game… and guess what He wins with Love…spread a little of that love you who say you follow Him…and hey Tebow you keep doing what you feel is right..if you can get this great grama to watch a football game you must be doing something right! the world needs to see true examples;;;God love you boys! oh and girls too! 🙂

  60. Kevin says:

    Wow… all this bitter hatred.

    I’d be interested to see if he A) accepts the offer and B) has intelligent, insightful things to add to the commentary.

    If, indeed, he’s just there to help ‘milk the ratings cow’ that is the Tim Tebow phenomenon, then he’ll just embarass himself. If, however, he actually is a ‘thinker’ like Peyton Manning, Steve Young or Dan Marino, he’ll be worth listening to.

    I reserve the right to judge his presence on CBS until AFTER he’s on.

  61. E_Burke says:

    Got nothing against ya, Tim. In fact, I think you are a great young man and have a future in the NFL. That said, however, you are terribly over-exposed right now and it’s time for you to take a break from all the nonsense.

    What you really need to do right now is 1) Step back, begin preparing yourself in a manner that will allow you to be a better football player next year, 2) Spend time with family and friends to decompress, 3) Do some of the things you enjoy doing to better the lives of your fellow man.

    Any CBS gig right now would only benefit CBS. I see no upside for you in such a gig.

  62. Mic says:

    whattim: You say you go to church. Is it the Circle Church of Wicca? Or maybe the Jehovah’s Witness?
    You obviously hate the Lord Jesus Christ by your comments. There is a day coming where you will realize that Jesus Christ is Lord.
    The fool hath said in his heart there is no God. By denying Christ, you call the true God a liar and the god you worship is not the true God.
    Just remember that only through the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ can *anyone* be saved from damnation. Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.
    John 7:24 – Judge righteous judgment.

  63. ency says:

    The above comment is just as it is. Why judge someone else, no one is judging you.
    You make your own choice, even Jesus gave you that, no one is telling you what to do, so just relax, we all make our own mistakes.

    I, too, am a Mother, Granny, and Great Granny, and I am not going to judge anything anyone says, that is their right..BUT the day is coming that I along with EVERYONE ELSE will be judged, and I hope you have made the right decision…

  64. M Bergy says:

    Brady and Tebow did not play against each other. Is Brady a better quarterback? Yes, but if the two quarterbacks switched teams the outcome would not have changed. At one point in the 3rd quarter Denver had 13 plays for negative yardage. It was the Patriots defense dominating ALL aspects of the Denver offense and the New England Offense dominating ALL aspects of the Denver Defense. Tebow does not play defense last time I checked. New England could probably have dropped 60 points on Denver. Tired or writers talking about one quarterback outclassing the other, it is apples and oranges. New England is the best team in the AFC and probably will win the Super Bowl so did anyone expect any team to waltz in to New England and beat them?

  65. Keeque says:

    You have got to be kidding me… It is funny how the media finds any opportunity to exploit anyone. It just reminds me of Ana Kournikova, knew nothing about tennis, didn’t win anything…. but at least she was hot!

  66. mee says:

    GoRavens: since when is Tebow Catholic and how did this football article turn into an anti-Catholic rant on your part? BTW, are all the other churches, temples, synagogues, mosques, etc supported by the state? Nope…the congregation has to support themselves. Maybe in your mind it’s different if you mail in a check vs. make a donation while present. As for the Vatican, is it your idea that they can print money and fund worldwide Catholic facilities, support the poor and sick, educate the children around the world who don’t have state schools,etc? Pretty much a silly post on your part.

  67. brice says:

    Why is this news?!?!?! they do this every week. Suh was on last week after losing the previous weekend…..

  68. AlwaysHappy says:

    Please! Leave the poor guy alone and let him practice his faith as he sees fit! This is becoming totaly unacceptable!

    1. tired of tebow says:

      as long as he sees fit to not to do it on a football game. Let him do it at church.I doubt if he goes to church feeds them a bunch of football stuff.He talks of his faith and brags of his virginity to further his public image. People need to quit acting like he is some new masiah. He is neither that or a good Qb.He is more like the pied piper with all these fools following him.

  69. Vince Hugh says:

    Tim, don’t do it!! CBS is loaded with non christians who want more than anything to see you fumble somehow so they can vilify you. You saw what they did to Sarah Palin, a strong Christian conservative. They have zero good intentions. Be assured they even have some comments to bring you in on that would be used against you. That whole mainstream media groups are poison to Christian values. Their anti-christian very liberal agenda is more important to them than the gained viewership. Don’t do it.

  70. Babblesmuch says:

    Kevin and E_Burke, thank you. I was sitting here with my head about to burst trying to remember what my actual comment was, but got distracted by all of the debating and finger-pointing. I agree with both of you: Nothing against, but I hope that if he does it, he’ll be able to add something insightful. However, since he’s way too-overexposed right now, I wouldn’t be upset if he didn’t. If people are coming to him as much as the network mention him, the man might want to step back for a while.

  71. Steve Robins says:

    People with religious hate biases should keep them to themselfs. Remember
    God is watching.