I'm no Tim Tebow fan - I was a Chris Leak fan though.
But if Tim is more of a motivational leader than he is a stereotypical NFL quarterback - so what?
Tebow may loft floating ducks instead of launching tight spirals - but the guy wins games.
Dan Marino could light up the box-scores but he failed to win a single Superbowl in seventeen seasons - and in the NFL, winning is everything.
The NFL is thought of as being a league of sinners not
Prayer by entertainers is nothing new.
Watch any awards show and one will see more winners thanking God than he will see them thanking spouses.
Lolo Jones Tweeted, "How To PRAY; P-raise God for what He has done. R-equest what you need. A-sk Him for forgiveness. Y-ield your life to his plan."
Athletes pray all the time.
Does God care whether you make a deadline at your job, whether you get to work on time, whether you get a promotion, or whether you even get the job to begin with?
Yet many people pray for these things all the time and most have no problem expecting God to answer them..
a) High on Steroids?
b) Looking at the Top of the Golden Gate Bridge?
c) Thanking God?
While both have their potential as long-term NFL quarterbacks questioned because each is just as likely to run as he is to pass - only one is seen as marketable.
If one wishes to put horns on Vick, he is just as likely to place a nimbus around the head of Tebow.