Talk about fantasy football. The Internet is ablaze Thursday morning with pictures of folks putting their arms around their invisible, non-existent girlfriend.
Tim Tebow was two wins from the Super Bowl a year ago. Now, he’s pretty much a player without a team — likely to be released by the Jets after one frustrating season.
Forget Tebowing. Bradying? So 2012. Kaepernicking is all the craze now.
The New York Jets backup quarterback is trademarking “Tebowing,” the move in which he goes down on one knee and holds a clenched fist against his forehead while praying during games.
With all eyes Wednesday morning on New Orleans and Hurricane Isaac, television viewers expected to see pounding rain and wind-battered correspondents. But they probably weren’t counting on an impromptu “Tebowing.”
The most important call of Tim Tebow’s day comes far away from the huddle. It’s usually sometime at night, when football is the furthest thing on the Jets backup quarterback’s mind.
Tebow scored a road win Sunday to the believers on hand at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, some of whom arrived hours early to hear his message of sacrifice, prayer and the importance of athletes as role models.
Tim Tebow’s evangelical personality and playing style have New Yorkers divided on Tebowmania. But this isn’t the first time in recent memory that a polarizing sports star has come to town and inhabited the back pages.
More than 200 members of the media attended Tim Tebow’s introduction on Monday. Maybe because they’ve never seen eternal salvation in a coat and tie.
Lifelong Gators fan Mike Beattie followed every development of the Tim Tebow trade. After it finally ended, his wife turned to him and said, “Do we have to start rooting for the Jets?” And there it is: the definition of Tebowmania.
Tebow-mania is in full swing in New York especially in Riverhead where several students were reprimanded last year for paying tribute to their hero.
Welcome to The Big Apple, Tim Tebow. If you can make it there … well, let’s just say the attention you received in Denver will seem like a quick once-over compared to the microscope you’ll be under in Manhattan.
First there was “Tebowing.” Then came “Bradying.” Now “Linsanity” is taking over the Internet.
One of two brothers suspended for paying tribute to Denver Broncos Quarterback Tim Tebow served an in-school suspension Friday.
Mimicking kneeling down to pray — the trademark move has been dubbed “Tebowing” — is what got senior Connor Carroll and his twin brother, Tyler, in big trouble.