As a superstar college quarterback (and straight-A student) for the Florida Gators, Tim Tebow led his team to two national championships (2006 and 2008), while filling his trophy case with the coveted Heisman trophy for best college player in America as well as many other awards. In 2010, the hulking and speedy Tebow was selected in the first round of the NFL draft by the Denver Broncos.
After the struggling Broncos started off the 2011 season with a dismal record of 1 win and 4 losses, the young 2nd-year quarterback was installed as the starter. Through a series of suspenseful movie-like comebacks — always accompanied by Tebow’s public one-knee prayers on the field — the seemingly God-protected quarterback led the Broncos on an improbable 6-game winning streak. The team that started the season so poorly ended up winning a division title.
As the legend of Tebow’s prayerful “miracle” comeback victories developed into a national craze, Tebow’s No. 15 jersey flew off of store shelves as people all across America tuned each week in to see what kind of “miracle” Tebow’s Broncos would pull off next. “Tebowing”, the act of kneeling before God at critical points of the game, and also after a winning score, became a national sensation emulated by young players across America. The media could neither control nor contain Tebow-mania.
Off the field, in contrast to so many of the black criminals and degenerates playing in the NFL, Tebow lived out the moral precepts of his Christian faith. He spent the off season working with cancer-stricken children and orphans. Tall, handsome and famous, Tebow was never drawn-in to the playboy lifestyle — despite having 1000’s of beautiful groupie whores at his potential disposal.
As a professional player, it is indeed true that Tebow still needed a little polishing as a passer — which is usually the case for first & second year quarterbacks. But the potential for refining Tebow into a first rate QB was clearly there. So, why did Tebow’s career nose-dive so abruptly after his exciting miracle run of 2011?
At the time, of 32 NFL teams, serpent-seed jews owned or were presidents of 11 of them. There are actually more Jews among the NFL’s 32 owners than there are among its 1600 players! And Sports journalism is every bit as “jewey” as news journalism. In short, an unabashed, clean living, Christian football star, praying and then performing “miracles” on the football field, was deemed “not good for the Jews.” Here’s the story.
On the eve of the 2010 NFL college draft, Sports Illustrated writer Jeff Pearlman (a jew) penned an ugly hit-job titled, “I Want Tim Tebow to Fail.” Pearlman wrote:
“I have never written those words about an athlete before. Actually, I don’t think I’ve ever written those words about a person before. But I want Tim Tebow to fail. I want a team to draft him in the sixth round, then I want him to report to training camp, throw a bunch of dying quails (bad passes) and be cut.” And:
[…]I want him to fail in the NFL because a famous Tim Tebow is a dangerous Tim Tebow.”
After Tebow was drafted in the first round, Sports radio host Fred Toettcher (another jew) joked that Tebow’s draft party was akin to a “Nazi Gathering.”
Once the praying QB actually began playing (and winning in dramatic fashion), the hate machine really kicked in to high gear. In December 2011 The Jewish Week published a vicious piece of venom by Rabbi Joshua Hammerman, tittled, “My Tim Tebow Problem.” Hammerman says:
“I want to root for the guy, but I’m afraid of what will happen if the hulky Denver Bronco quarterback continues to pull off what is fast becoming the Greatest Gridiron Story Ever Told. Since taking over as the starting quarterback earlier this season, the Heisman winning national champion from the University of Florida has been winning consistently and dramatically, in the final minutes of the game or overtime….If Tebow wins the Super Bowl, against all odds, it will buoy his faithful, and emboldened faithful can do insane things, like burning mosques, bashing gays and indiscriminately banishing immigrants. ”
When the Broncos were finally eliminated in the 2nd round of the playoffs, the Jewish haters breathed a sigh of relief. But what to do about Tebow for the following year? After his magical rookie season, the Broncos signed the legendary Peyton Manning, formerly of the Indianapolis Colts, to be their starting quarterback. Tim Tebow was then placed on the market for other teams to sign. Several teams expressed strong interest in Tebow, including the Jacksonville Jaguars, whose Christian fan-base, along with the fact that Tebow had starred for the Florida Gators in college, would’ve been a perfect fit. But the Broncos turned down Jacksonville’s offer in favor of a lesser one from the New York Jets. Now why would the Jets’ General Manager, Mike Tannenbaum (another jew) negotiate so aggressively to bring Tebow to New York? A month after the Tebow trade, Neil Glat (another jew), was made President of the Jets.
[NOTE: Jews, which are two percent of the population, dominate news, media, and entertainment. They are also over-represented when it comes to millionaires and billionaires. Coincidentally, they also try to conceal the fact that they hate Jesus Christ with a passion.]
Once the 2012 season began, fans were surprised to see that Tebow spent most of his time on the bench. When Jets starting quarterback Mark Sanchez faltered badly, Jets fans demanded that the team let Tebow start at least one game. But management refused, thus wasting Tebow’s entire 2012 season. When the 2013 campaign rolled around, the Jew York Jets spitefully held onto Tebow until the rosters of most other teams were already full, making it very difficult for Tebow to be picked up by another team before the deadline. Tebow was then replaced by Geno Smith, a poor-playing black quarterback much hyped by the jewish sports media. On this deliberate act of career sabotage, sports writer Les Carpenter wrote:
“When the Jets fought to get him, you would think they understood what they were getting. You would guess they had a way to exploit his strengths. Instead they embarrassed him. They seemed to hate the way he drew more interest than their other players. They grumbled about the mania around him that was so great they had to hold a separate press conference for him after games in which he barely played.”
After his late release from the Jets, the New England Patriots offered Tebow a non-guaranteed contract in June of 2013. The Patriots, owned by Robert Kraft (yet another jew), held on to Tebow throughout the summer. Just one week before the 2013 season began, the Patriots, in spite of Tebow’s solid performance in practice pre-season games, cut him near the last minute. Like the Jets had the year before, the Jew England Patriots wasted Tebow’s time, but paid him nothing on his provisional contract.
The end of Tebow’s quarterback hopes came with the Philadelphia Eagles, who signed him for a one year contract in 2015. The Eagles, owned by Jeff Lurie (yep, another jew), picked-up Tebow in April, and fired him just a few days before the NFL season officially started in September. Despite improvement in his accuracy in pre-season games, the Eagles claimed he was unfit for his intended role as a third-string back-up quarterback. No one with any knowledge of the game believes that.
So, of all the NFL clubs, particularly in the south, that could have signed Tebow, it was three northeastern teams — controlled by the usual suspects, the jews — that pursued him most aggressively, and then tossed him among themselves so that other teams could not sign him. How convenient!
The truth is, NFL jews NEVER wanted Tebow. Their purpose was to “give him a chance,” before cutting him and thus tarnishing his reputation as a player who hadn’t played in three years. In support of this anti-Christian plot was the jewish sports media which spun the end of Tebow’s career as the result of “flaws” in his performance. What “performance?” In spite of the optimistic claims of private trainers who worked with Tebow to fine tune his game, the northeastern owners / general managers never even gave him a chance!
The pre-meditated killing of Tebow’s promising career and on-field “ministry” is a sad story of religious persecution against a White Christian gentleman — carried out by the very same greasy bunch of serpent seed jews that are always whining about “persecution.”
God bless Tim Tebow. And, may the jews, who killed his career, be damned to hell.