Tim Tebow Talking Trash?

Tim Tebow
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A USA today article discusses a bit of trash-talking by Tim Tebow against Brady Quinn, who started this little feud in a GQ article back in March.
 
For those of you that haven’t heard yet, Tebow spoke at a University of Florida event last week, saying,
“I had a teammate at Denver who played the same position as me and he went to the University of Notre Dame. He would brag about his university, how great it was. Most of us in the locker room were like, ‘C’mon, we all had opportunities. We chose not to go there.’ … But he talked so much about his university that it became easy. I’d say, ‘Your whole team had one guy who ran under a 5.0 40 [yard dash]. Our kicker ran under 5.0.”
 
It’s assumed (and obviously so) that Tebow is referring to Brady Quinn. Anyway the story of this Tebow comment was originally published by Gator Zone on Monday, but it’s disappeared from the website.
 
So Timmy trash talked in jest. Big deal. It’s not like a Chris Brown-Drake feud, is it?
 
I agree with a point made by BustedCoverage.com, who wrote, “It’s frustrating that whenever we see a sign that Tebow is human, holds grudges, or takes photos with sexy women, it seemingly vanishes before our eyes.”
 
So why does it seem that every time Tebow does something un-saintly, all references to it disappear? Tebow’s handlers, lawyers and guardians really overdo it don’t you think? I mean it’s one thing to protect the guy, but let him have some fun! Otherwise, he’ll start doing what so many people do when they feel constricted… engage in deviant behavior. Where there’s a Yin there has to be a Yang (light/dark). Human beings naturally have two sides to themselves, and the dark side has to come out sometime. If it’s not expressed naturally, then it is expressed unnaturally, so if people are sitting on his chest not letting him breathe, what do you think will happen?
 
Uh-oh I’m getting a call. It’s from some lawyer…
 
 

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