As perhaps the second biggest subplot of the 2011 NFL season (next to “Will Green Bay go undefeated?”), the Tebow legend has come to an end (for now) with Denver’s wipeout in New England. During Denver’s winning streak, since he became the starter, he became more noted and photographed or videoed in his prayer position, down on one knee holding his chin with one hand, and this came to be called “Tebowing.” While Tebow overtly give his thanks to Jesus, he has also said he does not think Jesus intervenes and gives his team a win; he just wants to thank the Lord for allowing him to use an ability he has been given—or allowed to have; I’m not sure I have heard his exact choice of words- to be successful, which leads to more opportunities to accomplish more things. But quite expectedly, while many people admire him for what he has done and the faith he wears so visibly, many also mock or condemn, or both, his quarterbacking or his shows of faith, or both. The social media has sprung up “I Hate Tim Tebow” pages and similar titles, with posters saying “Jesus lost on Saturday” and such things. It seems he has made himself one whom no one views objectively; on the brink of such a position of: if you like his shows of faith, you like his quarterbacking; if you can’t stand his shows of faith, he’s a terrible quarterback. It may not be really that simple, but the nonobjectivity angle is valid. Does he harm or help the cause of Christ? Is he, or can he be, a great NFL quarterback? How do those 2 topics mesh? Can he avoid the temptations that come with such celebrity recognition and people "throwing themselves" at him? So, which of these poll statements regarding the situation do you agree with?