People by nature are a jealous, miserable lot. Faced with the opportunity to watch a documentary on Mother Theresa or the latest episode of Housewives of Hateville, they'll almost unanimously choose to feed their greedy, malnourished, melodramatic and discontented brains.
I don't like that Tim Tebow went to Gainesville to matriculate. The young man however I have no issue with. Now, while wearing the scripted helmet, I don't like that after each play he celebrated so excessively. But with his athleticism and talents I have no complaint. I really don't like the fact that the media seems constantly obsessed with him. But that's not really his fault.
So I enjoyed this satirical piece on Tebow's recent success as a Denver Bronco. True, most of the reason Tebow is 5-1 as a starter is due to the defense and some good fortune. But when you finish reading Jason Gay's piece you can't help but chuckle at the sports fan/media's absurd preoccupation over what Tim Tebow isn't able to do, as well as the fact that he's doing the only thing that matters.