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Tim Tebow is out as the starting quarterback in Denver, as the Broncos are on the verge of inking Peyton Manning to a contract.

The former Heisman Trophy winner may soon be sent to Jacksonville, but Jockey wants Tebow to know he'll always have a job as a model, even if he fails as a successful signal caller.

Tim Tebow Jockey Ad

Despite the uncertain status of its most famous client, the clothing company has issued the following statement:

"Jockey brought Tim Tebow on as a spokesperson before he took his first professional snap and even before he finalized his contract with an NFL team. Jockey supports him 100% and we look forward to continuing our great relationship with Tim."

What do you think the Broncos should do?

 

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NFL free agent quarterback Peyton Manning will play for the Denver Broncos next season, he announced today, instructing his agent to finalize a deal with the team.

That news left the Titans, 49ers and Tim Tebow as disappointed bystanders.

Manning’s move from Indianapolis to Denver could make the Broncos the team to beat in the AFC West, assuming Manning returns to full health in 2012.

Denver is willing to take the risk, despite Manning missing the entire 2011 season, in which Tebow emerged as a breakout star of sorts for the Broncos.

Manning and Tebow

Manning’s deal is huge for a 36-year-old - it's expected to be worth $90 million over five seasons, according to a report by Mike Klis of The Denver Post.

His signing likely means the end of the road in Denver for Tebow, who led the team to the playoffs and was assumed to be the Broncos’ No. 1 QB in '12.

Manning’s arrival obviously changes all that. Denver now appears set to try to trade Tebow (if anyone has interest in the bad, yet exciting quarterback).

Team President and Broncos great John Elway backed Tebow late last year and into the start of this offseason, but still sought a veteran QB to push him.

Instead, the veteran QB they signed is possibly the best to ever play the position, so it will likely push the popular Tebow right out of the Mile High City.

It's a tough situation, but as problems go, having to deal Tebow is a good one to have. Today, “Manning Watch” is over. “Tebow Watch” has just begun.

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Tim Tebow as The Bachelor?

It's been talked about, by host Chris Harrison no less. This week, Chris asked the Denver Broncos star whether he would be interested in being the star of the show.

"They always say yes, but it never happens," Harrison said. "He did say yes ... but he would never do it. He has a little job called quarterback for at least another year."

Tim Tebow Pic

Tebow said he'll pass, so to speak, via Twitter: "Haha rumors can be crazy! Even though I've watched the show before, I'm definitely not gonna be on the Bachelor."

Could you imagine if Tim Tebow were The Bachelor, though?

The dates he would take the women on would be amazing:

  • Listening to Taylor Swift and sipping water at home
  • Tebowing at various national landmarks
  • Hanging out with his family
  • Playing board games
  • Watching game film

NOTE: For the latest developments on the wild, crazy current season, which Tebow most definitely would not approve of, follow this link for The Bachelor spoilers.

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This pairing almost makes too much sense, doesn't it?

Witnesses tell The New York Post that Tim Tebow and Taylor Swift struck up a conversation at a pre-Academy Awards party on Friday night, following it up with dinner two evenings later at at Toscanova Italian restaurant in Century City.

"After dinner, he walked her out," a source says. "Then he walked back in to join two other people. I think they may both have been with their agents."

  • Taylor Swift at Lorax Premiere
  • Tim Tebow Photograph

Granted, the meal doesn't sound too romantic, but Taylor has been burned by so many men in her past. Tebow is a virgin, had the good sense to reject Kim Kardashian and might be the son of God.

This couple has to happen.

[Photos: WENN.com]

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According to a new report, Tim Tebow recently used his stiff arm for something other than a quarterback keeper.

The latest issue of The National Enquirer quotes an insider who claims Kim Kardashian has a "big crush on Tim,” finding him both "handsome" and to be someone that possesses "really strong values."

  • Kim Kardashian for Haiti
  • Tim Tebow at the ESPYs

Moreover, the reality star's PR team is aware “Kim needs to rehab her image" and "dating someone like Tim Tebow would certainly do the trick.”

So, when will see these two out on the town? When should we start considering a nickname of Tardashian or Kebow for the couple? A quarter to never, according to another source.

“Although flattered, he’s not interested,” this mole says, citing the fact that Kim has had sex on camera more often than Tim has sex in his life as an example of the twosome's contrasting values.

Tebow, whose Broncos were eliminated by the Patriots in the second round of the NFL playoffs, has also been linked with Lindsey Vonn.

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John Parr, whose "St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion)" became an international rock smash in the 1980s, has reworked its lyrics in honor of Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow.

Seriously. Parr personally recorded "Tim Tebow's Fire" (below).

"I was inspired by Tim Tebow, so I wanted to modify the lyrics … in his honor of the way he lives his life as being a great example," Parr told FOX31 Denver.

Words fail us, but fortunately Parr has us covered. Listen:

The great thing about this "St. Elmo's Fire" cover is that it's not really a cover. It sounds just like Parr's title track to the 1985 Demi Moore-Rob Lowe film.

In "Tim Tebow's Fire," he sings, "I can see a new horizon underneath the blazin' sky. I'll be where the eagle's flyin' higher and higher. Gonna be your man in motion, all I need's my Broncos team. Take me where my future's lyin,' Tim Tebow's Fire."

They're still going to be demolished by New England, but amen.

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If betting on sports were legal, the THG staff would be a rich group. We went 3-0-1 in opening round NFL playoff predictions last weekend, even correctly forecasting Denver's upset over Pittsburgh.

Stick with us, readers. We know what really counts in these matchups.

Now we're back to tell you which teams will advance to their respective conference championship games. First up: Five key comparisons between the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos, who square off Saturday night at 8 p.m.

Pats vs. Broncos

NUMBER OF TIMES QB HAS GOTTEN LAID:
Patriots: At least two
Broncos: None
Edge: Patriots

QUARTERBACK-BASED PROOF THAT GOD EXITS:
Patriots: This wife
Broncos: This play
Edge: Patriots

EXPERIENCE WITH CHAD OCHOCINCO:
Patriots: Disappointing free agent pickup
Broncos: None
Edge: Broncos

STAR PLAYER'S GOD-GIVEN ABILITY:
Patriots: Dancing
Broncos: Everything
Edge: Broncos

POSSIBLE ACHILLIES HEEL:
Patriots: Pass defense, running game, overconfidence
Broncos: Satan
Edge: Patriots

THE VERDICT: It will be closer than people expect, but the Patriots take it. Seriously, if Tebow is tight with the son of God, Brady must at least be BFFs with His nephew. The Golden Boy has a huge day.

WHO DO YOU THINK WILL WIN?

 

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Simply put: we told you.

Our exhaustive, in-depth analysis of the Steelers/Broncos first round playoff matchup revealed that Tim Tebow would lead Denver to an upset, despite the seemingly long odds against this man of God and his hilariously low completion percentage.

We believed, and Tebow proved us correct, finishing his best day as a professional by becoming just the third quarterback in NFL history to finish his postseason debut with over 300 yards passing, and at least one touchdown passing and rushing. His final throw was an 80-yard touchdown to Demaryius Thomas in overtime, which clinched a 29-23 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Watch the final play below and just have faith*, football fans.

* Until next Saturday night, that is. Tebow and the Broncos will get CRUSHED by the Patriots. You can mark it down now.

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The Denver Broncos take on the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday in an AFC Divisional Round Playoff game that, by our unique metrics, ought to be narrowly won by Denver.

If that happens, and if the Bengals knock off the Texans on Saturday, Tim Tebow will take his team to Baltimore to face the Ravens - and defensive standout Terrell Suggs is already getting the trash talk started in anticipation of such a matchup.

Appearing yesterday on ESPN's First Take, Suggs referenced Denver's 7-3 loss to close the season, along with the perception that Tebow's religion conviction actually helps Denver pull out victories.

“With all do respect, we dont pray on sidelines”, the linebacker said. “Once again God had to save Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos... [He] couldn't even give them two drives? 7 to 3?"

Suggs, a leading candidate for Defensive Player of the Year, added that he doesn't "feel comfortable" praying every fourth quarter and would never ask God to "come save me again."

That's fair, but we wonder if the Baltimore star would have a different viewpoint if the Ravens didn't have Ray Rice in the backfield. That guy is awesome.

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The most-well known atheist in Hollywood is at it again.

Following Tim Tebow's worst performance of the season - four interceptions thrown in a 40-14 drubbing at the hands of the lowly Bills - Bill Maher Tweeted about the faithful quarterback:

Wow, Jesus just f—d #TimTebow bad! And on Xmas Eve! Somewhere in hell Satan is tebowing, saying to Hitler “Hey, Buffalo’s killing them."

  • Bill Maher Photograph
  • Tim Tebow Pic

The Tweet enraged many online, including Fox News' Eric Boiling, who replied: Bill Maher is disgusting vile trash. I can’t even repeat what he just tweeted about Tebow..on Christmas Eve. #straighttohellBill

Not surprisingly, Tebow - who was warned by a fake JC Himself that upcoming games would be difficult - didn't address Maher's Tweet, simply writing after his poor showing Saturday:

Tough game today but what’s most important is being able to celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Merry Christmas everyone GB².

What do you think of Maher's message? Did it go too far?

 

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