Is that actually possible? Sure, Tim Tebow will still hit the news wires every now and then, and nobody would be surprised if he showed up on Huckabee or something awesome like that. But really, as far as Tebowmania as we know it, the story that wouldn’t leave you alone as you tried to just watch Sportscenter in peace, we might have finally reached the end.
If ever there was a sign that Tebowmania, as an NFL story, has reached its end, it is the so-called “Tebow rally” that took place in Jacksonville today.
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Here’s a look at players and teams on the rise after Week 2 of the 2013 NFL season, with minimal overreactions about long-term implications guaranteed or your money back.
It’s stupid to try and factor these games into Tom Brady’s “legacy,” OK?
Can we just agree on this now? The romanticized notion that players like Kenbrell Thompkins, Julian Edelman, and Aaron Dobson should somehow transform from mediocre to good football players just because they play with Brady is flawed. The notion that Brady’s inability to turn them into the next batch of stars should somehow reflect on his greatness is downright absurd.
Perhaps allowing enough time for everybody to overreact, think on it, and then overreact less (or more?), here’s a look at the story-lines from Week One of the 2013 NFL season that matter.
The New Patriots and their lack of weapons
This division has the Denver Broncos and three other teams. OK fine, there is some intrigue about the Kansas City Chiefs. Let’s just get to the questions.
1. Are we still talking about Alex Smith and Andy Reid?
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