It seems that 1.3 percent of ESPN fantasy football players have a sense of humor... or are really, really bad at fantasy football. Tim Tebow, the former Broncos starter and Jets backup, is owned by 1.3 percent of players in ESPN's fantasy leagues, according to the NFL on ESPN Twitter account.
While Tim Tebow has not been recruited to any NFL team this year, more people drafted him to their fantasy football teams than they did Chad Henne, the starting quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars. At the time of this post, ESPN...Show More Summary
Apparently, there are people out there who think Tim Tebow is going to lead them to fantasy football glory.
Poor Chad Henne gets no respect. Not only does everyone want to give his job away to rookie Blake Bortles, but fantasy owners prefer a guy who just lives in Jacksonville to the Jaguars starting quarterback. ESPN just tweeted out word that more people in their fantasy leagues own Tim Tebow (1.3 percent of teams)…
Johnny Manziel, like Tim Tebow before him, is the centerpiece of a media-created vortex that no one escapes. But unlike Tebow, Manziel's flexibility is what makes him so dangerous.
There are still some who believe Tim Tebow will make an impact in the National Football League this season, despite the fact that he is now an SEC Network analyst. Check out this crazy fantasy football stat: As of Tuesday at 11:20 a.m. Show More Summary
Henne is starting for the Jags on Sunday.
For one fan with a life-threatening illness, Tim Tebow isn't just an NFL star, he's also Prince Charming. Haley Burke of Kingsport, Tennessee, is an 18-year-old who has a life-threatening illness, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome -- a disorder that affects connective tissue. Show More Summary
The SEC Network is off to a notable, lucrative start.
Tim Tebow’s full-time SEC Network analyst debut went fairly well by all accounts. The highlight was this impression of Steve Spurrier trying and failing to recruit him to South Carolina. Spurrier probably could have used Tebow last night as his Gamecocks were destroyed in the home opener by Texas A&M. Hopefully this is a new […]
Most every football coach deserves to be imitated, which isn’t something that could be said of coaches in other sports (for instance, I’ve never been entertained by a Coach K impression). They are normally southern, they often have crazy voices (even by southern standards), and their mannerisms are very well-known by fans, players, and media […]
While setting the stage for the Texas A&M-South Carolina game on Thursday, SEC Network analyst Tim Tebow shared an interesting tidbit from his past. The story itself was interesting, but it was Tebow's impression of Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier that stole the show. Show More Summary
Tim Tebow has been dreaming about an NFL comeback ever since being cut from the New England Patriots before the start of the 2013 season, and now with a handful of quarterback vacancies it seems he may have his best chance yet. Tebow failed to latch onto a team after being cut by the Patriots
Haley, a young lady who was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome at age 15, is a huge Tim Tebow fan. She’s wanted to meet the football star for a very long time. So Tebow’s W15H program made it happen, and in the process, treated Haley like a princess. Show More Summary
Tim Tebow may not be playing in the NFL, but he recently exercised his star power when he made a young fan's dreams come true.
Tim Tebow’s NFL return is either heralded with angels blowing horns or bemoaned by critics spitting on his throwing motion depending on whether you are a Tebow fan or not. But the former NFL quarterback is not giving up hope despite admitting he will be perfectly happy with where he currently is at. In a
Johnny Manziel entered the NFL with more attention than any college player since Tim Tebow, and the Cleveland Browns are hoping they drafted a franchise quarterback with their late first-round pick and not just a gimmick player who will...Show More Summary
The Tim Tebow CFL Chronicles is massive, obnoxious, and perhaps rather confusing at points. Its author, Jon Bois, is happy to answer your questions. Firstly, if you haven't seen it yet: The Tim Tebow CFL Chronicles Counting everything, it is about 44,000 words, 108 illustrations, and seven videos long. Show More Summary
The Ottawa REDBLACKS introduced a REDBLACKREDBLACKREDBLACKREDBLACK helmet pattern. The Ottawa REDBLACKS, who you may know from the Tim Tebow Chronicles (and yes, I will follow their style guide because I like shouting REDBLACKS), have...Show More Summary
Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III Chapter IV Chapter V Chapter VI The Tim Tebow CFL Chronicles A THREE MILLION-YARD FOOTBALL ODYSSEY by Jon Bois I. Rogers Centre II. Toronto III. Ottawa River IV. Québec V. Labrador Sea VI. Greenland I. Show More Summary