Peyton Manning has selected the Broncos as his next team..contract details are still being finalized.. supposedly $90 million dollars?
Denver will be his new home..
Tim Tebow is now on the trading block..
with some saying he has little if no value..
I for one have mixed emotions..
seems not so long ago Tim Tebow..
— people either love him or hate him. Son of missionaries who worked in the Philippines, Tim Tebow speaks loud and clear of his faith. Whether it be after games or on late-night TV interviews, Tim Tebow professes his belief in Jesus Christ.
..was being heralded as the next best thing to restore health and wealth to the ailing Broncos.. (who were then DEAD LAST in the NFL)..which he did ..after finally being allowed off the bench to prove himself...bringing them to playoff position for the Superbowl..
with this action, Denver fans flocked to the games, supported him in every way possible..even while his faith was being mocked by the "Tebow/praying" after every game..
Manning brings with him his legendary feats of football skills.
"Despite his loss to the Saints in the 2010 Super Bowl, we are going to stick our necks out here just a bit and pick Peyton Manning as the best all-time football player. There are many you could pick of course. We select Manning largely because even if he’s not the best ever right at the moment; he is still in the prime of his career and we are confident that when all is said and done – everyone will recognize Peyton Manning as the greatest player in football history. And, we don’t want to re-write this article then."Read more: http://www.best-all-time.com/best-all-time-professional-football-player.html#ixzz1pacrVpKn
Also, he brings with him an old injury which has been ruled out as a detractor to his ability to perform.
so here we have the classic battle between two (gentlemanly) stars,
both with every right in their own to shine, but room for only one in the galaxy dominated and ruled by the almighty..
the dollar sign..
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