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Monday, November 07, 2011


I'll quibble.
Tebow isn't popular; he's divisive. In the NFL competence should count for something; Tebow hasn’t demonstrated it yet, yet he’s supposed to be “great” merely because he’s popular.
He seems to be crafting a message by refusing to say anything and letting coaches take the heat. If he were the open, honest leader he claims to be, he’d admit that he’s not ready to start but is thankful for the opportunity. Instead, he remains quiet and that silence indicates that he believes he’s due a position for which he is uniquely ill-suited.
The Tebow phenomenon scares me because it indicates that passion continues to triumph over reason. History is replete with examples of the dangers that such a formula creates.

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