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Blame Media, Fans for NFL Running Tebow Out

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Ding-dong, the witch is dead. Which old witch? The Tebow witch.

 

Tim Tebow's career. It seems to be over.

 

And you're loving it -- well, those of you who aren't hating it. And some of you are hating it, as well you should be. If you're a fan of Tim Tebow, he's the best thing to hit the NFL since, well, the NFL. For those of you who love Tebow, who love his religion or his innocence or just his story, you hate what's happening right now. Your guy is being run out of the league at this very moment, and there's nothing you can do to stop it. His career is a car going the wrong way on the interstate -- the crash is coming, it's coming, it's coming ...

 

And you're watching as it happens. Cringing. Nauseated. Unable to stop it,...

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