Thank Tebow – Broncos Now God’s Team.

By Desi Cortez BASN Columnist
Updated: December 2, 2011
DENVER, CO–(BASN) Go tell it on the mountain,
Over the hills and everywhere,
Go tell it on the mountain,
Our Jesus Christ is born.

I'm just tossing them out Roland . . .

I'm just tossing them out Roland . . .

Thanks to Tim Tebow, The Chosen One, The Denver Bronco’s are now God’s Team. Tim Tebow, considering his current string of victories, must have a satellite-phone ‘hot-line” directly to the “Big Three” – the father, son, and the holy Ghost (don’t confuse the last with the Galloping Ghost,) and they’ve all smiled-upon him, blessed his merry-band of Black hearted/Black skinned heathens and unenlightened, ungodly Pagan White Trash teammates . . . empowered them with heavenly pigskin-powers to prevail against all the other primitive, barbarian-infested NFL gangs. The Christan soldier is about to make it rain up-n’ here . . . and it’s ski season. Dramatic? Yes – What you hear on 770- KGOD, on AM Hate Radio stations and in little White steepled churches from Alaska to Nebraska, Fargo to Key Largo? Yes. The Mile-Hi Metropolis has that feel of living at ‘ground zero,” call it the epi-center of not merely the coming-out coronation of an evangelistic messiah, but more-so living in a city which is now the Hi-Holy-land, a town caught-up in an cultural battle which seems to be griping the entire nation. Granted this divide is hastily summed-up into a conflict between “good” and “evil,” a battle twangiest “Black” and “white,” and tragically it’s not really anymore complicated then that. Toss in the “Land lords” against the “Landless,” the “haves” against the “have-nots” and its a wrap, end -of-paragraph. Here we are going into the 12th week of the NFL season, and the belief here in Bronco-land is Tebow can lead his 21 disciples to the Promise-land of Indiana, and in the process be crowned the NFL’s MVP, Most Valuable Prophet, pardon me, player. That be a crown of thorns of course. The non-sportsfans who’re flocking to Tebow’s flock, they’ve no real clue what they’re doing, the titanium-plated double-bolted door they’re opening by allowing a athletic/mobile quarterback to assume some mythical stature is detrimental to the exclusionary NFL company-line, the very limited job-description crafted for the ‘alpha-male” position which starts with Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, goes through Drew Bress and Arron Rogers and ends with Joe Flacco and Matty Ice – if you don’t look and aspire to play like one of these Golden Boys those no success, no place for you in the league, go to Canada. Tebow’s success, his winning ugly will have an impact which is not quite understood right now. It’ll help usher-in the end-of an era of the deliberate exclusion of mobile quarterbacks; the end of immobile stature-type Signal Callers being considered as the quintessential illustration of an NFL Quarterback – and the rise of the athletic QB, i.e., the emergence of athletic/Black field generals . . . because the vast, over-whelming majority of athletic QB’s in high school and college . . . are Black, and that ain’t gonna change. Tebow’s uniqueness, his rare ability to move the ball with his legs, it’s like”Elvis” or “Josh Stone” – someone White with “soul”. . . . This societal oddity, Teabow, is helping bring about a change the NFL has strived to avoid for half-a-century The consequences and repercussions created by Tebow’s success are obvious. Tebow being applauded for going 2 of 8 , rumblin’/stumblin’/ n’ tumblin for 75 yards, not with a cross on his back, but a 327 pound savage hangin’ on for dear life, if that garners standing ovations, then gee, I’d venture to say there’s a new appreciation for athletic QB which has to apply to Black QBs. It’ll have to, right? And here’s one to ponder; Common sense dictates, as Philadelphia has Vince Young to back up Mike Vick – an athletic QB backing up an athletic QB; the Broncos should have an athletic QB to back up Tebow and carry out a playbook and lead a team strategically designed for a mobile QB. . . . Translation, the Broncos will have little choice but to hire a brother to back the Messiah. I can’t say the fanatical Bronco fan base will embrace a Black QB in the pivotal position of backing-up number 15, Jesus. This shows it’s not about the style of play, but the player. The folks who’re hoisting Tebow up on a mountain-top – they tain’t doing it solely because of his style of play, its got much-more to do with his religious beliefs – an Evangelistic Christian, i.e., a fanatic who’s apart of a coalition which sees itself as the personification, the embodiment of the Moral Majority. In other words they’re politically to the “Right” of Ronald Reagen, the Bush crime family; Tebow politically, socially stands with Sarah Palin, “Tricky” Ricky Perry and Michelle Bachman . . . They’re all anti-Black, anti-Brown, anti Worker Anti-UN, go down the list, nobody measures up. If Tebow’s backup is Black, and goes to church 3 times-a-week, doesn’t smoke, chew or go out with girls who do – runs for as many yards as Tebow, and easily throws for more yards then Tebow – the fan-base will tolerate him but never embrace him like they do Tebow. It’s all about who this kid represents, who he reflects, the lifestyle, morals and values he amplifies every single time a mic is thrust into his face. What’s most interesting is “who n how” this progression is occurring – because of a White QB who happens to be able to actually run, we’ve got sports wordsmith like the Denver Post/ESPN’s Woody Paige rationalizing, and justifying Tebow’s on-field exploits; check this out I present my expert witness. Tebow belongs in the mix if players and coaches contemplate the line of reasoning first advanced by Chase Stuart, a creative contributor to several football websites. Stuart’s offering in The New York Times Fifth Down prior to the Jets game stated that Tebow’s runs ought to be comparable to completed throws (to himself) and included in his passing stats. When I mentioned Stuart’s logic to Broncos coach John Fox, he agreed. If Tebow’s 78 runs were added to his 65 pass completions, he’d be 143-of-221, or 64.7 percent — fourth in the NFL. Ain’t it funky up-in-here? I’ve never heard nor seen this extremely logical formula applied to Mike Vick, Donny McNabb or Vince Young? Matter-of-factly if nothing else, their magical runs are minimized, slighted and belittled as nothing more then examples of them not being able to decipher complicated NFL defenses and being far too quick to simply “take off.” Rushing TD’s are pooh-pooed compare to 7-yard TD screen passes. It leaves me to ponder if America’s sportswriters are enabling, facilitating the rise of Tebow from his single-wing, Wing-T gridiron grave? A QB who can run n’ throw is now appreciated and valued in the NFL? How can that be? What, or rather who could bring about this type of monumental mind-shift? I’ll tell you who, Tim Tebow. How funky is it up in here?