Baltimore Ravens Tell Tebow That They ‘Don’t Need God On Their Sidelines’
Terrell Suggs goes out of his way to bash Tim Tebow
The Baltimore Ravens have a playoff bye this week. Don’t think that means Terrell Suggs’ mouth will be taking it easy. The linebacker took a mostly unprovoked shot at Tim Tebow during a Tuesday appearance on ESPN’s “First Take.”
“With all due respect we don’t need God on our sidelines,” Suggs said. “Once again God had to save Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos. He couldn’t even give them two drives? Seven to three? [Referring to the score Denver lost by on Sunday.]”
Technically, it was the San Diego Chargers that saved Tebow and the Broncos. Without the Bolts’ win over Oakland, Tebow would be sitting in a pew Sunday instead of the locker room. Is Suggs trying to say that Norv Turner is some sort of deity?
Never mind that. For now, let’s point out that ripping on Tebow is the equivalent of shooting a dead fish in a small barrel. Pick a better target, T-Sizzle.
It also bears noting that while Baltimore and Denver could meet up in the divisional playoffs, it would take a Cincinnati upset of Houston (possible) and a Broncos victory over Pittsburgh (nope) for it to happen. In all likelihood, Suggs won’t be blitzing Tebow anytime soon.
And that right there is why you spend four years hitting the books at Ball So Hard University. Where else would you learn that true artists don’t need to be playing against an opponent to engage in some trash talking? source – Yahoo Sports
All I can say to that is, GO STEELERS!
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