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At last night's Republican presidential debate, Rick Perry sought to reignite his maligned candidacy by likening himself to a beloved, American underdog figure.

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow.

Asked point blank about his awful debating skills and whether he could take on President Obama, Perry likened himself to the former University of Florida standout, who was told repeatedly he could never succeed in the NFL due to his unorthodox style.

Touting himself as the "national champion of job creation," Perry said that when Iowa votes in the first-in-the-nation caucuses January 3, he hopes to make like Tebow:

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Lindsey Vonn will not be sacking Tim Tebow. Literally or otherwise.

The Olympic skier and the Denver Broncos quarterback have been linked together recently, after she was spotted in the Tebow family box at Sunday's game.

Tebow and Vonn have also been seeing hanging out at the ESPYs and at ski races, and she has even been "Tebowing" - assuming the QB's pre-game pose / prayer - in recent weeks. So it's not like these rumors came completely out of nowhere.

That doesn't mean they're true, though. Sadly.

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"Lindsey is just friends with the Tebow family. Anyone who is trying to suggest any more to their relationship is wrong," Vonn's rep told New York Post's Page Six.

Added the 27-year-old gold medalist herself on Twitter: "Hearing a lot of crazy rumors but rest assured I am not dating Tim Tebow (or anyone else)."

"This is an extremely difficult time in my personal life and I hope the media and my fans can respect my need for privacy on this matter," Lindsey added.

Late last month, Vonn announced her divorce from her husband Thomas, who had served as her adviser and scheduler, after four years of marriage.

She and Tebow, who is "saving himself for marriage," would instantly form one of the sexiest couples in sports, but alas. For now, all he does is win!

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Tim Tebow may not be able to throw a football to save his life, but he gets the job done. Now the Broncos quarterback's greatness has been immortalized in a song.

The former University of Florida star and son of Christian missionaries has become a phenomenon in the NFL this year after a string of incredible, last-second wins.

In the face of unorthodox mechanics and Satan-worshiping haters, he's got 8-5 Denver eyeing the playoffs. More importantly, he's a meme-producing pop culture all-star!

DJ Steve Porter mashes up ESPN peeps, NFL great (and Tim's boss) John Elway, Lil Wayne and others to create the ultimate Tim Tebow tribute, "All He Does Is Win":

Follow the jump for another Tebow tribute tune, called "Super Fans" ...

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God is most definitely NOT a Broncos fan and is NOT helping Tim Tebow engineer fourth quarter comebacks for Denver, according to a rep for The Church of Satan.

Magus Peter H. Gilmore, a high priest in the Church, says if God helps Tim win games, He would be actively making others lose, which makes absolutely no sense.

That being said, the Satanists acknowledge that the extremely religious quarterback may benefit from his faith, which he demonstrates often, in less overt ways.

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"Those who have a winning attitude tend to do better," Gilmore concedes.

"Whatever fuels that kind of team spirit, be it religious fervor or simply an overwhelming desire to succeed, that is the real source for success."

Now 6-1 as an NFL starter, the 24-year-old sure has that going for him.

On the flip side, they refute any notion that God is helping the Broncos win: "Satanists are atheists, and we consider any triumph to rely on a combination of skill and luck - most certainly not in any form of supernatural intervention from either Heaven or Hell."

Your take: Is God a Broncos fan?

 

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With Tim Tebow as their starting quarterback this season, the Denver Broncos are 7-1, sitting in first place despite their signal caller's throwing motion looking uglier than this photo of Kim Zolciak giving birth.

So, what is accounting for the team's success? A stout defense? Matt Prater nailing two 50-yard-plus field goals at the conclusion of yesterday's 13-10 victory? Will McGahee running for nearly 100 yards every Sunday? No, no and no, says Wayne Hanson, one of Tebow's pastors in Colorado.

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"It's not luck. Luck isn't winning 6 games in a row. It's favor. God's favor," Hanson tells TMZ, adding "God has blessed his hard work" and saying there's no way Denver would be winning games if Tebow were not such a religious man.

(Sorry, John Fox. You apparently aren't the higher power responsible for W after W.)

What do you think readers? Is God rooting for the Broncos this season?

 

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