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Your Moment of Tebowness: Tebow's "rookie haircut," Plus Will Leitch professes his manlove for His

(Your Moment of Tebowness is SWRT's recurring feature on the cultural phenomenon that is His Tebowness. Everyone else is doing it, so why can't I?)

Yeah,  I know.  Tebow got a haircut in training camp.


(via  Shutdown Corner)



Interesting note: The Broncos canceled practice Sunday. Possibly so Tebow could get time to find a Great Clips that could handle his "haircut malfunction."And so Josh McDaniel and the Denver Broncos front office could handle angry calls from Nike and Jockey. (via Denver Post)

Your Tebow quote of the day. Remember a few weeks ago when I mentioned this ESPN quote about Tebow?

"ESPN has a half-serious comparison between Tebow and Washington Nationals wunderkind Stephen Strausberg. In comparing the rookies' eye color (both blue), Tebow gets the advantage because "Tebow's eyes appear blue in photographs, but in person you see whatever color you want, much like looking through a prism or into a waterfall." This may be the weirdest or most disturbing Tebowism ever. (ESPN)"

Well along comes Will Leitch, writing for the Denver magazine 5280, with may just top it.


"Look at Tim Tebow. Look at all of his 6-foot-3-inch, 245-pound All-American frame, his cropped hair tousled just so, his Roman nose, his eyes. Yes, those eyes, the ones that so famously sit atop the eye black emblazoned with scripture. Look at Tim Tebow, arguably the best college football player of all time, the man who now wears number 15 for the Broncos (which just happens to be the fastest-selling rookie NFL jersey ever), and ask yourself this: What does this guy know that we don’t?"

 Just by reading it you can hear Leitch quietly working his challenge to Dan Shanoff for a cage fight  to the death for the rights to owning the number one mancrush  on His Tebowness.

(via 5280)


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(Your Moment of Tebowness is SWRT's recurring feature on the cultural phenomenon that is His Tebowness. Everyone else is doing it, so why can't I?)

Yeah,  I know.  Tebow got a haircut in training camp.


(via  Shutdown Corner)



Interesting note: The Broncos canceled practice Sunday. Possibly so Tebow could get time to find a Great Clips that could handle his "haircut malfunction."And so Josh McDaniel and the Denver Broncos front office could handle angry calls from Nike and Jockey. (via Denver Post)

Your Tebow quote of the day. Remember a few weeks ago when I mentioned this ESPN quote about Tebow?

"ESPN has a half-serious comparison between Tebow and Washington Nationals wunderkind Stephen Strausberg. In comparing the rookies' eye color (both blue), Tebow gets the advantage because "Tebow's eyes appear blue in photographs, but in person you see whatever color you want, much like looking through a prism or into a waterfall." This may be the weirdest or most disturbing Tebowism ever. (ESPN)"

Well along comes Will Leitch, writing for the Denver magazine 5280, with may just top it.


"Look at Tim Tebow. Look at all of his 6-foot-3-inch, 245-pound All-American frame, his cropped hair tousled just so, his Roman nose, his eyes. Yes, those eyes, the ones that so famously sit atop the eye black emblazoned with scripture. Look at Tim Tebow, arguably the best college football player of all time, the man who now wears number 15 for the Broncos (which just happens to be the fastest-selling rookie NFL jersey ever), and ask yourself this: What does this guy know that we don’t?"

 Just by reading it you can hear Leitch quietly working his challenge to Dan Shanoff for a cage fight  to the death for the rights to owning the number one mancrush  on His Tebowness.

(via 5280)


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