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Sorry about Tebow, but you will soon find another aphrodisiac, there will the others who will make you feel warm an fuzzy.

If there is anything I know about the mania phenomena is that there is always a next-next.

It wont be long before you leave this site and move to your next victim, like a school of piranhas you will move on to your next meal, or better yet like the locust of biblical times.

So goes the live of the mania fan, the bandwagoneer, the opportunist.

This is all I was talking about during my Tebow posting period, It's all about you and how fickle you all are, of course no crime in that, so every thing is good.

By the way HAVE A SENCE OF HUMOR PLEASE, LIVE IS TOO SHORT.

I did pray for you at church today. really did...lol...

Move on.

I did stay up and watched Tim in the post game interview, the guy was great, he was to the point and came through as a very sincere gentleman, stood by his religious principals.

God bless him.

Just in case you folks have not read my articles, most of them end with this sentence: As always this is just a fans opinion and from what I understand everything has one and I thank God for that.

You know folks, is just one persons opinion, no reason to get mad.


Enough said.

January 16, 2012  12:55 PM ET

I fail to see where Tebow is a victim here, especially for a "school of piranhas" looking for its next meal.

Was he overexposed in the media? No more than Brady, Manning (either brother), Rodgers, etc. He is a first year starting QB who took his team to the playoffs. I didn't see Cam Newton leading the Panthers doing that.

Is he the greatest QB? No, not by a long shot, but he gets the job done most weeks. And let's face it he helped revive a franchise that has been struggling with the national media attention since the retirement of Elway. Media exposure sells tickets, TV time, and merchandise, which at the end of the day is all the NFL is worried about.

January 16, 2012  02:23 PM ET

It was one hell of a ride.... From lowly 1-4 to a Division title and then the improbable record setting victory over the defending AFC Champs in the playoffs... Through the dramatic comebacks and the ugly failures, Tebow carried himself with humility and professionalism.

Going into the season and after 5 weeks of it, I never would have imagined Denver would win their division (the Raider win was my favorite regular season win in years ) and then beating the Steelers in the playoffs.

Simply an amazing year to be a Bronco fan!

 
January 17, 2012  05:09 PM ET
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It was one hell of a ride.... From lowly 1-4 to a Division title and then the improbable record setting victory over the defending AFC Champs in the playoffs... Through the dramatic comebacks and the ugly failures, Tebow carried himself with humility and professionalism.Going into the season and after 5 weeks of it, I never would have imagined Denver would win their division (the Raider win was my favorite regular season win in years ) and then beating the Steelers in the playoffs. Simply an amazing year to be a Bronco fan!

totally agree.... congrats on a strong season and most expect to see the broncos back in the playoffs next season!

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