Tim Tebow News: See Denver Broncos Mock Jets' QB And Former Teammate
The Denver Broncos led by new quarterback Peyton Manning may be a much better team than they were last year with Tim Tebow, but they certainly are not any classier. During the Broncos Sunday Night Football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, linebacker Von Miller was lucky enough to get a huge sack on Ben Roethlisberger in the final moments of his team's win. Instead of celebrating with his teammates, Miller decided to mock current New York Jets' quarterback Tim Tebow by "Tebowing."
Certainly Von Miller could have come up with his own celebration, right? Why mock your former quarterback who, despite what you think of his passing ability, is a great person and a wonderful role model? Tim Tebow did not want to leave the Denver Broncos, John Elway traded him away. Not once did you hear him say anything negative about his former teammates. In fact, his former Broncos' teammates were the ones saying negative things about him.
There is absolutely no reason for Von Miller or any of the Denver Broncos to mock their former QB Tim Tebow. After all, he did lead them to a playoff win last season.
Besides, why are the Denver Broncos even thinking about Tim Tebow anymore? They have a much better quarterback and future hall of famer this season in Peyton Manning. If Sunday Night's win over the Steelers was any indication, they will be a force to be reckoned with come playoff time and have the ability to make a Super Bowl run this winter.
It is time for the Denver Broncos to let bygones be bygones, forget about Tim Tebow and create their own celebrations. Leave Tebowing to Tim Tebow and the New York Jets.
Von Miller is one of the most talented defensive players in all of football. Now it is time for him to grow up and be happy with his current team.
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