I think this is the first time I’ve posted about football. But I’ve heard about this upcoming Tim Tebow ad in the Super Bowl about 1800 times, so at this point, I’m kind of looking forward to seeing it.
This *may* even mean I watch the game. I won’t have a sweet clue what is going on, but I may watch it.
What I heard from Tebow was the voice of a kid with convictions, who doesn’t shrink from what he believes — even if it might hurt his draft prospects. “That’s always going to be a part of who I am, and I won’t try to hide it,” Tebow told me from Nashville, where he was working out with Bratkowski, the former Packer quarterback and longtime NFL assistant coach. “A team that doesn’t want that shouldn’t take me. Pro-life is very important to me. My mother listened to God late in her pregnancy, and if she had listened to others and terminated me, obviously I wouldn’t be here. If others don’t have the same belief, it’s OK. I understand. But I hope they respect that at least I have the courage to stand up for what I believe in.”