Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Chuck Norris wants Jaguars to sign Tim Tebow


According to Forbes, Tim Tebow is the most influential athlete in American sports. However, the former Heisman winner still finds himself unemployed after getting cut by the New York Jets this offseason.

There has certainly been no shortage of opinion as to where people think he ends up. Some folks are hoping he winds up in the NFL again, while others are hoping he falls flat on his face. On Tuesday, arguably the biggest badass in the universe chimed in with his opinion on the matter, and he desperately wants to see Tebow land in Jacksonsville.

That person is none other than the legendary Chuck Norris. Norris believes the native Floridian can turn the Jaguars around from a "mediocre team into a championship one," citing the fact that the spiritual Tebow works miracles on the football field. Here is a snippet of what he had to say:

I've heard the critics say Tebow has poor technical skills, but the truth is that Tim is a natural leader, an amazingly gifted football player, an inspiration to his team and the possessor of intense determination and strategy to bring any team to victory — no matter what the odds. One can improve technique, but leadership is innate. That is why I believe that Tebow could be a superstar and legend in the NFL.

Apparently, Norris adores Tebow partly because he sees a little of himself, too. No, this is not a joke. The great Chuck Norris just put Tebow on the same level of himself.

Tebow is a player who rises to the occasion and delivers big in critical moments. He reminds me of myself when I used to compete in martial arts. I would spar with my black belts in class, and sometimes they would outscore me. Yet in the tournaments, I would defeat them. My students used to ask me, "Why is it that we can contend equally against you in class but can't beat you in the tournaments?" My answer was always the same: "When it counts, I rise to the occasion."

Clearly Norris is a man who the Jaguars shouldn't doubt. Team owner Shad Khan and general manager David Caldwell should take his advice and act swifty. If not, they could both end up with a roundhouse kick to the face.

Via The Big Lead

64 comments:

  1. chuck norris is insane.. Hardcore religious nut.

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    1. chuck is right on!

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    2. smart ass: eat sh&t (excrement) and die

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    3. Chuck knows what he is talking about and any team that gets Tim will be a winner....ANY TEAM

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    4. I agree, old chucky has had too many kicks to his fat head.

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    5. If the Jags sign Teblow they will be doomed to 10,000 years of darkness. Jacksonville knows that Tebum is a horrible Pro QB and would only deliver pain and misery to Jag fans.

      To be fair, he would deliver Coach and GM firings in a couple of years. You can make that bet all day! Sorry for the reality check Chuck the nut and his crazy followers.
      Come towards the light my deluded friends!

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  2. Chuck knows where you are.

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  3. Chuck is spot on. If you disagree, I feel sorry for the pain you'll receive!!!

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  4. What Mr. Norris said is EXACTLY why Tebow should be an NFL quarterback. He definitely isn't the most polished or talented, but he has that certain something, the "it" factor, that many don't have. That's why time after time he came through in the clutch.

    YOU CANNOT HONESTLY DISAGREE WITH THE POINTS I AND MR NORRIS HAVE MADE. YOU MUST CONCEDE !!!

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  5. Right. That explains why he was so good that NY had no problem making him the starting QB this season, why the Broncos kept him in Denver, why Denver barely one every game when he was a QB there and not because of the defense and special teams. That "It" factor really makes legends, not talent.

    Chuck is an ignorant, conservative, religious nut. Who the hell started those stupid Chuck jokes anyways? He was the most stiffest and lamest martial artist in movie history. The only reason he became a star was because he was white. America was not going to make talented Asian martial artists be stars at that time.

    The only reason I would want to see Tebow play again is to prove that QBs who run should not be drafted by the NFL. That is the RB's job. I want to see him run his a$$ around the field and get knocked the f*** out. I always thought Tebow was overrated and that the Denver defensive and special teams was not getting any credit, but I did not knock on Tebow because the media was to blame for the exaggerated press. Then, he posed like Jesus in that magazine shoot. That put him on my douche list.

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    1. You need to do some homework. TV and movies aside, Mr. Norris was a multi-time world champion in martial arts. Some of the names of those he defeated in the 70's would blow your mind - if you know anything about real martial arts. Mr. Norris was one "bad-ass dude" in competitive martial arts.

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    2. Wow, you really have no clue about Martial Arts, do you, dude. If you did, you would know who Chuck Norris was...Bruce Lee did...or do you think Bruce Lee was a hack too?

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    3. I don't think you know much about reality...the Jets are a joke, had no plan to really use Tebow(plus he was injured part of the time). He would've helped the Jets.

      You sarcastically talk about his time with Denver, but he was only traded because they picked up Manning. Who wouldn't go for THE Peyton Manning? Tebow did a good job in Denver, who, ALONG WITH THE REST OF THE TEAM, went from 1-4 to a winning record, playoff birth, and upsetting the Steelers.

      You sir(or ma'am) are clueless when it comes to football. I see the others have already set you straight about Mr. Norris

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    4. Sir; You didn't need to be so "hurtful". As far as knocking Tebow out: THAT, my man, would take a perfect blow to the helmet. You are dead wrong that "only running backs should run" why was the wildcat so effective at one time: Nobody expected the QB to run; the defense was caught off guard. They were defending 10 guys but the 11th guy (QB) ran away from the linebackers and into the secondary. I believe that the run & shoot, no huddle, spread formation, read-option is IS the future of the NFL. So quit being nasty. I'm slightly shorter than 6' but I weigh in at 300# and you would NOT be talking that sh*t at me face to face. So, "do you feel lucky, punk? Well DO YA,punk?"

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    5. You are an ignorant asshole. research your topics before you talk dirt...Tim Tebow is one of the best athletes ever. And for your comments on Mr. Morris, it has nothing to do with color. It has to do with talent....

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    6. I think that the critics of Tim Tebow are bowing to the news medias attempt to black ball him because of his Christian values. It seem that people today are being too "politically correct" and are trying to deminish these values. Boy do they have a rude awaking coming to them.
      May GOD save us from these idiots.

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    7. Haha. I know about Chuck. He was good at karate, but one stiff mofo and really bad actor. If you guys know anything about race and martial arts, race had a lot to do with who was in the spotlight at the time. Even his cameo in Expendables 2 was lame. Let's not get into his ridiculous political views.

      How much of a tool do you have to be to try to intimidate someone with your size over the internet. I'm talking to you Captain Stillmunks. I like the Dirty Harry reference though. Also, you talk about perfect blows to knock him out. I see a lot of those on quarterbacks. Remember RGIII last season. Apparently perfection seems to happen often. RGIII is a good quarterback without running. He really needs to think about the longevity of his career.

      For all you Tebow lovers, I don't need to do research. He is not a high caliber quarterback. Without the Denver defense and special teams, they would have lost every game. The defense and special teams stopped the opponent and scored points. Tebow scores one time and he gets credit for the whole game. Also, come up with better arguments than "research your topics before you talk dirt...Tim Tebow is one of the best athletes ever." Your opinion doesn't count and is complete B.S. He is an athlete, but he is not one of the best ever. If he was, he wouldn't be having a hard time finding a job. I appreciate the facts that everyone else is throwing out there, but if the guy is having a hard time finding a job when the media practically had his balls in their mouths for so long and fans like you are crying, it seems pretty clear that he is not that good.

      I wipe my a$$ with the wild cat. People figure it out if you use it often and you're done. Leave that in college or use it once a season. Tell me how many time hall of fame QBs used the wild cat.

      To the religious guy who wrote the last reply, I'm surprised you're not offended by the photo of him posing as Jesus. Take that "rude awaking" crap and shove up your a$$. If God is going to condemn us for something as petty as having an opinion in sports, then I can guarantee that you are going to hell too. No one is perfect. Everyone has sinned.

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    8. I have one last thing to add. I don't wish wrong on Tebow. As a matter of fact, I regret saying that I hope to see him get knocked out. I'm sick of the media being all over the nuts of a QB that is mediocre. The Jags probably don't have anything to lose by signing him, but he better earn all the media attention if he does by playing good football. It's just like sponsors like Nike who are all over the nuts of rookie QBs before they prove themselves and ultimately end up being a bust.

      By the way, I'm still not over the tool how described his size to try to intimidate me over the internet. That is one of the dumbest things I've ever seen. His entire argument went out the window when he resorted to that crap.

      Alright people, lay it on me.

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  6. sign him or I'll kick your ass. -Chuck

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  7. Sign him of I'll make you kick your own ass.
    -Steven Seagal

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  8. Sign him or I'll kick your ass with a smile.
    -Jackie Chan

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  9. Sign him or I will try and kick your ass.
    - The Karate Kid

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  10. Sign him and I will kick Chuck's ass
    - Bruce Lee

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  11. What can the Jaguars lose by hiring Tebow as their QB. They don't have anyone else. If their smart, they get him before the Seahawks sign him.

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  12. odim26@yahoo.comMay 23, 2013 at 8:28 AM

    Chuck Norris, Just spoke his mind but Tin Tebow will be a big blessing to any team that will sign him on. It will be a super ball winning team take it or leave, it has been spoken period.

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  13. and very eloquently I must add

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  14. Chuck's assessment of Tebow is accurate. Think about it; had Denver not been able to sign Manning, then Tebow would have taken the reins and when given the chance he would have succeeded. There are not many worse coaches than of the Jets. He simply has no idea. A mediocre team like the Jags, ought to take the chance. What do they have to lose, except for their mediocrity? Give him some receivers who can actually run patterns and who understand football, not simply act like robots and Tim will connect with them. Of course most people want Tim to fail because they can't stand the fact that he's not only a great athlete but has no use for the subculture of pro sports and the antics that go on in it. A good man and a good qb, so if the Jags want to rise above their current standing, then they know where to go for a qb.

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  15. I think Tebow is fake just like all them preachers that get busted down the line. all that religious stuff is a cover for something much more sinister about him. You can let your light shine without getting on a soap box or using your sport to promote your religion. This is whats killing him, not his throwing motion or his mechanics. NFL owners want to sell tickets to a football game not a prayer vigual or a tent revival. There is much more to Tebow than what is being told. This dude could easily be the next David Koresh!!! i think if he stops TEBOWING, shuts his mouth about his religious beliefs and just play damn football he would easily get on a team.

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  16. Think it's a good idea.

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  17. Sad thing is the only one making it about religion is you guys talking about it. Whats up? Your soul feel in jeopardy. You really think he was worse than Sanchez. Lose the hate before it get to late.

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  18. Funny thing is...Tebow doesn't force his beliefs on anyone. But neither does he let anyone take them away from him. The media has always been the one to make his career all about his religion. Seems like some NFL owner out there would see that Tebow is exactly what Chuck says he is, a natural leader and a polarizing force. Struggling teams need to take a serious look at this guy.

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    1. Teams have not given Tebow a chance. Leave him in the games and let him do his thing. They put him in then take him out. No quarterback will do any good if they are not given time to develope their skills. They have got to leave him in the game and let him get playing time. No quarterback is going to win every game!!!!!!!!

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    2. Polarizing, yes. Leader, NO. I'm just not part of the Tebow band wagon. Lots of second stringers get a chance and ultimately end up become starters because they actually played well. There were too many other factors to consider in Denver. Defense and special teams did most of the work. If Tebow was truly good, Denver would have blown out every team out of the water with the combination of defense, special teams, and a high scoring QB. That was not the case though. He barely won games, which he got credit for in the eyes of the media when the defense and special teams should have. The team made him look good. You have douches like Trent Dilfer overlooking that and saying that there is something special and unexplainable about Tebow, when all there wasn't anything there at all.

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    3. Hmmm did Denver blow every team out of the water last season with Manning? I can't seem to remember.

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  19. Listen to Chuck...

    Take it from the man who inspired the saying...

    "Chuck Norris does not do push-ups...he merely lies down and pushes...and the earth moves"

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  20. This may very well be the first thing I've agreed with Chuck Norris about. Tebow is the kind of player that somehow manages to make everyone else around play a little better and, in a highly competitive environment like the NFL, that's often all you need.

    Still, I can understand why NFL teams are hesitant to sign him. He's a distraction and he attracts a circus atmosphere that can be difficult to manage.

    I thought Jacksonville was the spot for him last year and I still think they should seriously consider it. If nothing else it would fill the seats.

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    1. I completely disagree with him making people play better. You are disrespecting the Denver defensive and special teams by saying that.

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  21. Say what you will about Tebow, but how many QB's can claim the following quote?

    "A rejuvenated Tebow connected with Demaryius Thomas on an electrifying 80-yard touchdown pass on the first play of overtime and the Broncos defeated the stunned Pittsburgh Steelers 29-23 in the AFC wild-card game on Sunday.

    Wild doesn't begin to describe it. The play took 11 seconds and was the quickest ending to an overtime in NFL history.

    Thomas hauled in a high play-action pass at the Denver 38, stiff-armed Ike Taylor and then outraced backup safety Ryan Mundy to the end zone."

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  22. STEVEN SEGAL WOULD MAKE MINCE MEAt out of that idiot CHUCK NORRIS'ALL HE IS,is a washed up jock strap grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr , conservative ass hole

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    1. Chuck norris would destroy Steven Segal, you are the idiot.

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  23. I didn't know Chuck was the new coach of the Jaguars. If he wants Tim to play on a team then learn about NFL coaching, become an assistant, work his behind until a GM thinks he is ready and then get Tebow that is if the GM agrees. 'IT' does not win consistently. Prime Time Deon Sanders, Ray Lewis, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, all have that 'IT' factor. The difference is they have proper skillsets for their positions along with the 'IT'. Tebow is out of his league, improperly suited for an NFL QB and his 'IT' factor is a train wreck in the making. Bouncing passes, over throwing receivers, throwing behind receivers, and leading too far ahead of receivers all great disaterous skillsets to lead a team. Tebow's 'IT' factor is a mis-spelled. It should be call something other than 'IT' factor.

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  24. This is the same Chuck that said if we vote President Obama then life and freedom as we know of will come to an end. Socialism, breakdown of the fabrics of society would cease. We must not let Obama win, vote for Romney.

    Now he is an authority on NFL player selections. What I think is that if a team brings Tim Tebow and put him on their roster, life on that team as their fans knew will come to an end. Chaos, disarray, media frenzy, and complete breakdown of team cohesiveness win end that team's chances of winning as they knew it.

    I bet my prediction has a better chance than Chuck's prediction about President Obama.

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  25. You all said it right.....Chuck Norris was a great martial artist....NOT an NFL coach or GM. So Mr. Norris, pleaser stick to evaluating talent in that area which you are an expert in....martial arts. Leave football to the "football" people. And Jesus...as great a HUMAN being that he was has absolutely nothing to do with this.

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  26. Tebow can win games, Chuck can kick ass. Neither has any affect on the other. Tebow is just like Flutie in that it is a chance that you take if you sign him as a coach and if he fails you will be out of a job. His mechanics look bad but he can play at a high level and gets better as he goes along in a game and season. His Florida career should warrant a 2 year job in the NFL based on the outrgeous success he had winning games and the way FL stopped winning when he left. As far as religion LeBron points to God every chance he gets, how is Tebowing any different?

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  27. norris is a religous kook and big mouth infomercial shyster , if he thinks Tebow is so great, pay his salary.

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    1. It's not about money, it's about opportunity. Obviously, the Jags will make money by signing him. I do think a lot of teams just don't want the media circus that goes with Tebow nor the fan base going overboard if he's on the bench. I think he's good enough to start for someone, just look how well he did for the Broncos,

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  28. Tebow hasn't won any games....The Denver Broncos won those games. He helped win games in Florida...and that team is has not been as good since he left....but he wasn't the only player to graduate and leave that winning team. I was and still am a fan of Tim Tebow....but since seeing him play in the big leagues, it is evident that he's not an NFL calibre player. He's a great kid....worthy of respect, but not due to his football abilities. He will succeed...but in what capacity is yet to be realized.

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  29. Good idea. At least it would put some fans in the stands

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  30. All of these f%&# aholes who are making their silly comments on what Chuck said and about Tim Tebow, should shut the hell up!!!

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    1. You should shut your pie hole.

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    2. love tou chuck but b lee would crush you as you get older you build a following than you think you are a god and people should listen to you you say tb is like you no he not he doesnt clorified war blood and guts he be protesting you many others qb dont make it either after the first year manning took the bronco far with talent still would be a guess with tb please dont put tb in a class like manning color has non thing to do this one of the first post should be deleted for trying to bring race in pointing to the heavens be serious god at that moment did not say i well help you you get your talents from hard work didication and the right choices they much better atheletes out their thank could spread some stars talent like butter on the fb field and b court sports dont want baggage no matter what it might be so chuck keep moving the earth i would of payed anything to see the fight between you and b lee in your prime keep fighting bad guys god bless the world not just the few tb build your talent first like chuck then they will come

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    3. love you chuck but b lee would crush you.... as you get older you build afollowing ....than you think special a god and people should listen you ...you say tb is like you... no he not he doesnt grorified war blood and guts ...you would of protested you...many other qb dont make it after their first years ...manning took the broncos far with talent .. still would be aguess wiyh tb...please dont pu tb in a class like manning...color has nonthing to do with this..one of yhe first post shuold deleted for bringing race in... pointing to heavens be serious ... god at that moment did not say iwell help you... you get talents from hard work didication and the right choices you make in your life...they are much better atheletes out their that could spread the talents of stars like butter on fb field and b court ...sports dont want the baggsge no matter what it might be... so chuch keep moving the earth ...keep fighting the bad guys...i would payed anything to see the fight betwween you b lee in your primes...god bless the world not just the few...tb build your talents first like chuck then they will come...(first post didnt have spaces)ps if i was a star i would point at my parents in the stands our the camera because i would not be here with out them... yeh thank god

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  31. Unfortunatly we have reached a point in our society those who are anti christian deliver their comments with fire and rudeness look at these examples "norris is a religous kook and big mouth infomercial shyster".."conservative ass hole".."chuck norris is insane.. Hardcore religious nut" Now look at the others how they express their opinion with care and respect.

    I have a challenge for you Christian bashers, Norris and Tebow haters, just go somewhere raise both your middle fingers in the air, look up toward the sky and just curse God as hard as you can, call him every profane name you can thank of, challenge him to a duel you are will to sacrifice your life to prove he doesn't exist, if there is a real God up there and if there is any credibility to Christianity then strike me dead because I thank you and these Christians are nothing but ......

    Let us know how that goes,

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    1. I just did it and nothing happened. Is that your way of proving there is a god? I don't think people here are bashing on God and Christianity. They are bashing the fundamentalists who make religious people look bad.

      We're simply stating opinions on here in a modern world, using modern technology, and modern vocabulary. You seem to be condemning us to hell. I think our opinion on something as petty as sports is harmless, but because you are use an eloquent religious way of saying "die" you think it's okay? You better check your moral compass. Last time I checked, when a guy wishes death on someone, they end up in hell.

      I'm atheist and have a better moral compass than YOU.

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  32. Backup Tebow did what Starter Orton would have not been able to do in Denver after 1 - 4 start: A Playoff Spot and a Victory over the Steelers in that first round....But no one cares to mention that.

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  33. Bobby SummertimeMay 23, 2013 at 9:54 PM

    Listen Up my Friends

    What Tim Tebow has is Killer Instinct. I have seen it in his eyes and have seen him use it on the field when it counts. Those of you who have it know what I am talking about.
    Trouble is Tim doesn't know this yet because he has been too busy dodging the All Powerful Media.
    Let this kid play....And when he does and finds his secret instinct he will make us all proud.

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  34. I'm happy he's my brother in Christ. I was on the edge of my seat every time he played. I officiated high school football for 20 years and I've never been as excited about a game as I was when Tim played. He's bigger than football. He's a God Fearing Man. Not enough of them around. Some of you will wake up someday this I pray!

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    1. Please don't pray for me. I don't need that. I could sleep at night just fine after simply stating an opinion on something as petty as football. Stop being a fundamentalist.

      I never liked the saying "god fearing man". Why should we fear him?

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  35. If Chuck Norris were a carpenter...and you were a douche bag

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    1. do you feel better now? Jesus was a carpenter!

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