Rick Perry to be the Tim Tebow of the Iowa Caucus?

Well, I knew that this was coming, but I would have never guessed where it’s coming from. … I’m not disappointed that it’s coming from where it’s coming from. I’m just a little surprised. I knew it was coming. Jealousy of Tim Tebow has surfaced in the National Football League. Brian, you’re a big football aficionado. Tell me which quarterback has just expressed frustration and jealousy. You don’t know yet, do you? So take a wild guess. Which quarterback has expressed frustration and jealousy over the coverage that Tebow is getting? (interruption) No. Not Aaron Rodgers. Not Tony Romo. (Don’t worry, Snerdley.) Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens — and, frankly, as a Steelers fan, this is not disappointing to me.

“[A] Tebow backlash has emerged.” This is Mike Florio from his blog, pro football talk at NBC. “‘I mean, look at Tim Tebow,’ Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco told [a radio station] in Baltimore, via NFL.com. ‘I like Tim, but you have a tendency to want to — I don’t want to see Tim do bad — but look what happens after he wins a football game. If you watched SportsCenter today, it was Tim Tebow then something else, Tim Tebow then something else, and Tim Tebow then something else. When we beat the Steelers, were we on TV? No. I couldn’t even find a Baltimore Ravens highlight. I think that’s kinda the way it is around Baltimore. We don’t always get our respect but you gotta deal with it and go out there every week and just win football games.’



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