Just know, there’s some stuff you couldn’t make up even if Dr. Seuss personally authored the script. To take a term from Skip Bayless, Tim Tebow’s “clutch gene” is contagious and has apparently taken over the animal kingdom. As the story goes, an Orlando Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation dog that goes by the last name of the famous quarterback made an Orlando airport a safer place upon discovering Weslie Morales was attempting to smuggle drugs into Florida.*
For Morales, he was taken into custody and later released on $25,000 bail. Who cares about that though? What’s funny, and downright amazing to watch, is the hype around Tim Tebow taking biblical leaps week in and week out. Is he the reason for the Broncos success? No, not the sole reason, but you’d be a fool to admit he isn’t playing a key part in this run Denver is currently on. Give major credit to the defense – Von Miller deserves at least a few votes for ROTY – the kicker Matt Prater and my fantasy football work horse Willis McGahee, but numbers don’t lie.
For the first 56 minutes, Tim is Akili Smith, and for the last four he morphs into John Elway. I mean, for Pete’s sake, the man went 18-24 for 191 yards and a touchdown in the fourth quarter and overtime last week versus Sam Hurd’s side hustle, the Chicago Bears! And now he’s bringing the best out of animals and making our airports a safer place, too!?! He’s a modern day Moses!
Tim Tebow is going to heaven on a full-ride scholarship.**
Bonus: It’s been rumored these two have been in cahoots for quite some time now, but Tim Tebow finally met Jesus face to face last week. And thanks to Saturday Night Live, we get to see how it all unfolded.
“If I’m the son of God, Tom Brady’s gotta be the guy’s nephew.” LOL.
*Unfortunately, there was no picture of the dog, so I decided to run with the next best option.
**Well, he’s got his work cut out for him this week with Tom Brady and company. I tell you one thing though. If this game is close with three minutes left, the last thing I’m doing is betting against Tebow getting them into field goal range. Matt Prater for the FF win!