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Tim Tebow’s lawyers go after makers of “My Jesus” shirts

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A company that has made T-shirts printed with the words “My Jesus” in a design that looks like the “NY Jets” logo of Tim Tebow’s team is feeling the wrath of Tebow’s lawyers.

The shirt doesn’t have Tebow’s name or likeness on it, but the company, CubbyTees.com, refers to the design as a “Tim Tebow New York Jets T Shirt” on its website (which was down this morning). TMZ obtained the cease and desist letter Tebow’s attorneys sent to CubbyTees.com, which says, “The Merchandise makes it appear as if Mr. Tebow actually endorses Cubby Tees and its products.”

On its website , the shirt company said, “This fun design is not officially endorsed by New York’s backup quarterback or the Son of God, but plays off the themes of Tebow’s faith and his new team.”

Tebow’s attorneys have already successfully convinced eBay not to sell the shirts, but CubbyTees.com told TMZ it plans to continue selling the shirts.

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  1. pooflingingmonkey says: May 17, 2012 10:46 AM

    Of course, because as all of us religious scholars know, Jesus was litigious.

  2. theralph2012 says: May 17, 2012 10:47 AM

    Another non-football Jets story, this franchise is a joke, have fun in the cellar of the AFC east.

  3. bearsrulepackdrool says: May 17, 2012 10:50 AM

    People will not let “Tebowmania” just die.

  4. lolb23 says: May 17, 2012 10:50 AM

    “You stole my Jesus fish”

  5. bearsrulepackdrool says: May 17, 2012 10:51 AM

    Why aren’t the Jets suing the pants off these guys? They’re illegally rebranding their logo.

  6. jrock3x8 says: May 17, 2012 10:53 AM

    who would be tacky enough to actually wear that?

  7. maryannwiththeshakyhands says: May 17, 2012 10:54 AM

    So let me get this straight, Tim wants to spread the word of the Lord but only if he legally endorses it and obviously profits from it? This shirt will have people thinking and talking Jesus and he doesn’t want this?
    So confused!!

  8. yankeemofo says: May 17, 2012 10:55 AM

    Streisand Effect coming up.

  9. boobsmcgoo says: May 17, 2012 10:55 AM

    “Don’t F with the Jesus!

  10. christiandrew25 says: May 17, 2012 10:55 AM

    ive been waiting for people to actually call this guy “jesus” or “second coming”.

    hes just a home schooled kid who never got the social norm put in his head, come on.

  11. cuda1234 says: May 17, 2012 10:56 AM

    Josh McDaniels wouldn’t play Tebow and got fired. Kyle Orton was in Tebow’s way and got fired. Brandon Lloyd was not 100% supportive of Tebow and got traded. Tebow going to NYJ knocked Mark Brunell out of the league. Etc., etc., etc.

    No one crosses Tebow without paying the price so this could get interesting.

  12. hulkhogansays says: May 17, 2012 10:57 AM

    That’s a pretty clever Tshirt brother.

  13. azwildcats96 says: May 17, 2012 10:57 AM

    Everyone knows The Son of God only endorses Nike.

  14. thegreatgabbert says: May 17, 2012 10:59 AM

    Tebow is suing because it’s actually HIS Jesus.

  15. rajbais says: May 17, 2012 10:59 AM

    I don’t care what religious faith you are a part of, but that’s a cheesy shirt.

  16. thegreatgabbert says: May 17, 2012 11:01 AM

    Just wait till he starts going after all the people using the expression “Oh My God”.

  17. brenenostler says: May 17, 2012 11:02 AM

    Surprised something like this would bother him. Would God make the company stop selling those Tim?

  18. danbo3330 says: May 17, 2012 11:04 AM

    So, it’s not just the fans, but Tebow himself that thinks he’s Jesus?

  19. dryzzt23 says: May 17, 2012 11:04 AM

    Come on, the secular left just will not rest until they kill Tebowmania.

    There are no negatives in Tebowmania, and the liberal media just loathes anything that will get conservatives excited.

    They would rather we wallow in how much our life sucks, then ask the government to fix all the problems, which is what liberals do.

  20. citizenstrange says: May 17, 2012 11:07 AM

    Why is there any need for lawyers when you have the power of prayer?

  21. cali49er707 says: May 17, 2012 11:11 AM

    whatever happened to ” forgive us for our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us” i guess money changes all that right tim????? yea keep drinking tim’s kool-aid as long as you put money in tim’s pocket!!! WHAT A JOKE

  22. bduncanscott says: May 17, 2012 11:12 AM

    Well I suppose if Tebow were the “true man of faith” he likes to portray himself as he’d have just prayed and let God handle it but looks like he feels Lawyers have more power make things on earth happen.. ahhhh Faith…

  23. tombrookshire says: May 17, 2012 11:13 AM

    Have the Son of God’s attorneys weighed in at this point?

  24. patsfan says: May 17, 2012 11:17 AM

    Rumors that Tebow has trademarked the name “Jesus” could not be confirmed.

  25. garryfish says: May 17, 2012 11:19 AM

    It’s just a t-shirt

  26. hockeyflow33 says: May 17, 2012 11:21 AM

    Depends on how good the lawyering is but it seems like it would be allowable as a parody

  27. iknowurider72 says: May 17, 2012 11:22 AM

    Ego… I didn’t realize you could trademark Jesus.

    Maybe the Jets/football are their religion? Personally, I spend way more time watching football than I do listening to 2000 year old fables/lies/bs/etc. Therefore football could easily be my religion.

    Settle down “football Jesus” its not all about you!

  28. nyfcat says: May 17, 2012 11:24 AM

    We’ve literally reached the point where Tebow is suing people for infringement rights for using the name “Jesus” on a shirt.

  29. j0esixpack says: May 17, 2012 11:28 AM

    It’s always important that we ask ourselves in these situations “What Would Jesus Do?”

    (“My”Jesus of course being the Hispanic deli guy at the corner store who is always a wealth of good advice!)

  30. mikebrownistheworstownerinprosports says: May 17, 2012 11:30 AM

    Andrew Luck sues a trading card company and all is good. Tim Tebow sues a company using his name to sell sacriligeous t-shirts and everyone is just happy to have an excuse to bash Tebow.

  31. bass1717 says: May 17, 2012 11:31 AM

    Tebow is so phony, all he does is seek out attention…..he has been hanging around in Hollywood during the offseason, TURNED DOWN an offer to play in front of his hometown in order to play on THE BIGGEST stage in the world (NY City)…..plus he sucks as a QB, and don’t tell me he just wins…..they played bad teams and had Marion Barber not run out of bounds, Denver would have been home for the playoffs, simple as that…..can’t wait til he sucks it up on what he asked for, the worlds biggest stage…..CAN’T WAIT!!!

  32. alaricsrevenge says: May 17, 2012 11:35 AM

    jrock3x8 says:
    May 17, 2012 10:53 AM
    who would be tacky enough to actually wear that?

    —————————————

    That would be Skip Bayless sir.

  33. alaricsrevenge says: May 17, 2012 11:38 AM

    And Drew Brees wants an explination.

  34. gpclaw says: May 17, 2012 11:39 AM

    maryannwiththeshakyhands says:
    May 17, 2012 10:54 AM
    So let me get this straight, Tim wants to spread the word of the Lord but only if he legally endorses it and obviously profits from it?
    ———————————

    A lot of Tebow’s endorsement money goes to charities. I think it is more an issue of someone else profiting off his name, without any commitment for a share of that money going to one of Tebow’s causes.

  35. realnflmaster says: May 17, 2012 11:45 AM

    theralph2012 says: May 17, 2012 10:47 AM

    Who cares what he says. When’s the last time the jills were relevant? Oh right, they were only relevant because they lost. And kept losing. Four times in a row.

    Enjoy 100 million for 9 sacks a season. Ahaha.

  36. rpiotr01 says: May 17, 2012 11:45 AM

    Well someone has quite the ego, doesn’t he…

  37. herkulease says: May 17, 2012 11:45 AM

    mikebrownistheworstownerinprosports says: May 17, 2012 11:30 AM

    Andrew Luck sues a trading card company and all is good. Tim Tebow sues a company using his name to sell sacriligeous t-shirts and everyone is just happy to have an excuse to bash Tebow.
    ————————————————————-

    Luck suing had at least some merit it was his picture on the cards.

    Tebow suing this company is just ridiculous unless Tebow really thinks he is Jesus.

  38. usmutts says: May 17, 2012 11:47 AM

    They got the fish all wrong anyway. Everyone knows that the fish should have little legs while walking out of the water onto dry land.

  39. londonfletcher says: May 17, 2012 11:51 AM

    Drew Brees doesn’t really care about this one…

  40. bingobrown12 says: May 17, 2012 11:55 AM

    Mr.Tebow,you’ll be hearing from my lawyer.As of
    right now I want you to cease and desist impersonating an NFL quarterback.

  41. pixelito says: May 17, 2012 11:59 AM

    Awesome! Cant’ wait to score one of these.

  42. bigjdve says: May 17, 2012 11:59 AM

    1. I think the Jets aren’t suing because for them right now, any attention is good attention.

    2. I think Tebow is upset because if he is as Christian as he says then the shirt would be taking honor from his god, thus that would make him angry. If you read what his rep said, they didn’t say they were looking for royalties, they were saying that they didn’t want it to look like he was endorsing someone doing something like that to god.

  43. valentino8100 says: May 17, 2012 12:00 PM

    Maw and paw have turned little timmy into the pretentious , hypocritical, pile of trash prevalent in the bible belt. I love Jesus, but you don’t speak for me tummy, so get your head out of your butt, shut your mouth, and learn how to play special teams.

  44. beavertonsteve says: May 17, 2012 12:00 PM

    As the bible says… “Render unto Tebow..”

  45. kate773 says: May 17, 2012 12:02 PM

    Um, the problem isn’t that the word “Jesus” is on the shirt. No one, not even Tim Tebow has exclusive rights to that name.

    The problem is the fact that they’re using his name to sell the shirt. i.e.: “Tim Tebow New York Jets T Shirt”. You can’t slap someone’s name on something without their permission. Its not about Tebow making money, its about this company using his name in the marketing of this T-shirt. You can’t do that. It might sound silly to get litigious over a harmless Jesus fish, but what if they had put “I love cocaine”?

    The bottom line is you can’t let someone use your name to market a product without your permission. I’m a Pats fan so believe me, I’m loving the circus atmosphere on the Jets, but I don’t see a thing wrong with what Tebow, or his people, did here.

  46. geo1113 says: May 17, 2012 12:04 PM

    nyfcat says:
    May 17, 2012 11:24 AM
    We’ve literally reached the point where Tebow is suing people for infringement rights for using the name “Jesus” on a shirt.

    —————–

    Wrong. His attorneys sent a cease and desist letter to tell them to stop using his name in their promotion of the shirt. One does have to obtain permission to use someone’s name in commericla endeavors. If Cubby Tees did not refer to Tebow or the Jets, no one could say a word.

  47. lolb23 says: May 17, 2012 12:06 PM

    I spend way more time watching football than I do listening to 2000 year old fables/lies/bs/etc.
    ___________________________________

    So 2,000 years from now, all the history books we have now, will then be considered fables, lies and bs?

  48. hedleykow says: May 17, 2012 12:08 PM

    The t-shirts were supposed to be unveiled on the same day the goal posts at MetLife Stadium are switched out for crosses. This spoils everything.

  49. johnnyjagfan says: May 17, 2012 12:08 PM

    @ maryannwiththeshakyhands:

    Tebow didn’t ask them for any money.

  50. broncos81 says: May 17, 2012 12:14 PM

    Most of you are so blinded by hatred and want to believe Tebow is a liar, that you just sound stupid.

    1) Maybe Tebow feels the T-shirt is sacreligious

    2) If you have seen any of that sites shirts you would know a lot of them contain profanity and sexual content.

    Could it be maybe he just doesn’t want to be associated with them? But then again that wouldn’t support your agenda now would it?

  51. shackdelrio says: May 17, 2012 12:17 PM

    CubbyTees.com will soon learn that only Tebow’s parents, the NFL and ESPN are allowed to capitalize off Timmy.

  52. broncos81 says: May 17, 2012 12:23 PM

    valentino8100 says:
    May 17, 2012 12:00 PM
    Maw and paw have turned little timmy into the pretentious , hypocritical, pile of trash prevalent in the bible belt. I love Jesus, but you don’t speak for me tummy, so get your head out of your butt, shut your mouth, and learn how to play special teams.

    ———————————————–

    So by Tebow telling a company, that is using his name in the description of a shirt he may feel is blasphemous, he is speaking for you? How exactly does that make sense? I am not bringing up your first comment because it is just classless.

  53. geo1113 says: May 17, 2012 12:26 PM

    iknowurider72 says:
    May 17, 2012 11:22 AM

    Maybe the Jets/football are their religion? Personally, I spend way more time watching football than I do listening to 2000 year old fables/lies/bs/etc. Therefore football could easily be my religion.

    ———————–

    That is your right. But remember the NFL is less than 100 years old and there are stories out there that are fables/lies/bs/etc.

  54. dempsey63 says: May 17, 2012 12:27 PM

    “Tebow didn’t ask them for any money.”

    True, but Tebow DID request their souls.

  55. mullman7675 says: May 17, 2012 12:28 PM

    @gpclaw: A problem that can be easily worked through without litigation.
    If Tebow is the person everyone claims him to be he will call off the dogs. He has the power to do so, do it.
    Keep making the shirts- rip 10% off the top and send it to whatever cause the kid wants- easy.

  56. ravenator says: May 17, 2012 12:34 PM

    Take any NYJ reference / Tebow description off the item description and I really don’t see how these scumbag lawyers have a case. Power to the people! Attorneys suck.

  57. trollhammer20 says: May 17, 2012 12:50 PM

    lolb23 says:May 17, 2012 12:06 PM

    I spend way more time watching football than I do listening to 2000 year old fables/lies/bs/etc.
    ___________________________________

    So 2,000 years from now, all the history books we have now, will then be considered fables, lies and bs?
    __________________________________

    2000 years from now, they’ll have archives of video, audio, and other electronic media to use to investigate the history of the times, and won’t have to rely on a 2000 year old document that’s been translated numerous times by different people with different agendas (see how the “King James” version neatly eliminated sections that questioned the authority of monarchs).

    Then again, given they’ll have access to complete archives of FOX and MS-NBC, maybe it WILL all be considered fables, lies, and BS…..

  58. mullman7675 says: May 17, 2012 12:51 PM

    dryzzt23: “The secular left”?? Are you serious? Read your post again, your position is unclear. It just seems like you make up words to make yourself feel better. Stop blaming liberals/conservatives/moderates. If you don’t like media, which you claim to be liberal then just watch Fox News- there you will find a wealth of conservatively slanted misinformation. Perfect for Tebow lunatics- err, I mean fanatics.

  59. jwreck says: May 17, 2012 12:53 PM

    bearsrulepackdrool says: May 17, 2012 10:50 AM

    People will not let “Tebowmania” just die.
    __________________

    First off, I am by no means I Tebowmaniac, I enjoyed watching him in college and have nothing against the guy, but I don’t think he has the tools to succeed as an NFL quarterback. The thing Tebow haters just don’t seem to understand is that they are the fuel on the Tebowmania fire. Comments like this are why Tebowmania persists.

    An obsession, trend, craze, or whatever you want to call it, only goes on as long as there’s something to fight against. Sure, Tebow will always have a large fan base with a unconditional crush on him, probably for the rest of his life. But the obsessive, heated arguments about the guy are largely a reaction to the push-back against Tebowmania. If comments like this would cease and Tebow-lovers were allowed to worship their idol (no religious pun intended) in peace, the mania would subside and the constant Tebow discussions would stall and eventually drop off completely.

    Analogously, I think if/when Romney wins in November we will see the more rabid, extreme, and outspoken members of the tea party trickle away as the realize they no longer have anyone to rage against.

  60. mikeyfresh25 says: May 17, 2012 1:01 PM

    Not even going bother turning on ESPN this season because all they are going to talk about (as if they didn’t do it enough already) are the Jets, and Tebow.

  61. noahbird says: May 17, 2012 1:01 PM

    Something about a rich man asking Jesus how to get to heaven even though the rich man never sinned. Jesus was like, “sell your stuff, dude.” Something about a rich man getting to heaven is harder the a camel passing through the eye of a needle (I hear that is referring to a small entrance).

  62. jharmon64 says: May 17, 2012 1:07 PM

    They should be allowed to sell the shirts, period.

  63. bluestree says: May 17, 2012 1:08 PM

    “In the matter of the Son of God v. CubbyTees, who represents the plaintiff?”

    Slowly the double doors at the back of the courtroom open, and there appears the ghost of Raymond Burr.

  64. sabatimus says: May 17, 2012 1:12 PM

    The only problem was the initial website statement that named Tebow and the Jets. At that point it became a copyright violation, and Tebow has the right to sue them for the proceeds that were made during that time period where the shirt was referred as such.

    After that, I’m not sure. I have a “Save by Thomas” shirt, with a goalie silhouette and Bruins colors (but no logos and no first name), sold and purchased legally because there’s no copyright infringement.

  65. gergie1957 says: May 17, 2012 1:16 PM

    hey Tim, WWJD

  66. squared80 says: May 17, 2012 1:18 PM

    Tebow is a contradiction. Talks the talk, and very loudly and in your face, but under the surface is just a promotional, money-making machine. Seems sacreligious.

    I prefer the athlete who does more faith-based things than Tebow will ever due, but DOESN’T USE IT FOR POPULARITY OR PROFIT.

  67. wittersworld says: May 17, 2012 1:20 PM

    ravenator says: May 17, 2012 12:34 PM

    Take any NYJ reference / Tebow description off the item description and I really don’t see how these scumbag lawyers have a case. Power to the people! Attorneys suck.
    ——————————————–

    THAT IS EXACTLY WHY THEY HAVE A CASE! You cannot use a celebrity’s name in such a way as to imply they endorse the product without their permission (and most likely compensation). The shirt, the logo, the Jets, Jesus….none of that is at issue. It’s the use of Tebow’s name in the description which crosses the line and draws the ire of lawyers.

  68. spawn201 says: May 17, 2012 1:23 PM

    I find that it is always good for a laugh when conservatives start ranting and raving about the “liberal media”

  69. moagecu says: May 17, 2012 1:36 PM

    lolb23 says:
    May 17, 2012 12:06 PM
    I spend way more time watching football than I do listening to 2000 year old fables/lies/bs/etc.
    ___________________________________

    So 2,000 years from now, all the history books we have now, will then be considered fables, lies and bs?
    ____

    So you’re saying the story of Noah’s Ark is true? A 400 year old man built a giant boat? ALL the animals in the world showed up in pairs of two (also forgot that they eat each other) and just decided to get on this boat?

    I’m with the first guy.

  70. baddegg says: May 17, 2012 1:39 PM

    maryannwiththeshakyhands says:May 17, 2012 10:54 AM

    So let me get this straight, Tim wants to spread the word of the Lord but only if he legally endorses it and obviously profits from it? This shirt will have people thinking and talking Jesus and he doesn’t want this?
    So confused!!
    ————
    Are you kidding me? Just because he wants to spread the word does NOT mean he has to let everyone use his name and profit from it! There is nothing wrong with him wanting to pick the organization that will use his name…that organiztion could be a non profit or some other company he believes in. He doesn’t know that this company is ethical, or reputable, or anything…and yet he needs to just let them use his name?

    It’s crazy to think that just because you are religious you have to let other people exploit your name…

  71. broncos81 says: May 17, 2012 1:40 PM

    squared80 says:
    May 17, 2012 1:18 PM
    Tebow is a contradiction. Talks the talk, and very loudly and in your face, but under the surface is just a promotional, money-making machine. Seems sacreligious.

    I prefer the athlete who does more faith-based things than Tebow will ever due, but DOESN’T USE IT FOR POPULARITY OR PROFIT.

    ———————————————-
    You mean like building a childrens hospital? Starting a foundation? Using hours and hours of his time to spend with children? Spending his own money to fly children and their families to football games? Spending his college spring breaks circumsizing children in 3rd world countries? Faith-based things like that? How exactly is that a contradiction? He isn’t asking for money, he wants them to not use his name. The travesty!

  72. baddegg says: May 17, 2012 1:46 PM

    lolb23 says:May 17, 2012 12:06 PM

    I spend way more time watching football than I do listening to 2000 year old fables/lies/bs/etc.
    ___________________________________

    So 2,000 years from now, all the history books we have now, will then be considered fables, lies and bs?

    ——————–
    Dude, did you know that a lot of what is in history books actually IS disputed…based on the fact that human beings decided how to select facts and re-tell what happened in the past. It’s quite common actually.

    The truth is — and no one will admit it — we all came from aliens anyway. :-)

  73. cmdrsmooth says: May 17, 2012 1:55 PM

    Sure T-shirt is not referring to Revis? Why else would he restructure his contract every year?

    How about a Te-EGO T-Shirt?

  74. joehova says: May 17, 2012 2:02 PM

    Who Would Jesus Sue?

  75. geo1113 says: May 17, 2012 2:04 PM

    baddegg says:
    May 17, 2012 1:46 PM
    The truth is — and no one will admit it — we all came from aliens anyway.
    ——————

    Mork calling Orson!

  76. Kaz says: May 17, 2012 2:08 PM

    What is a punt protector doing with lawyers… Who does he think he is? Someone of importance. Quick, name another punt protector? Exactly. If I was one I’d be happy someone even knew me and wanted to use my name.

  77. valentino8100 says: May 17, 2012 2:12 PM

    @broncos81 — Tebow and his religion represent a portion of a sect of a social institution in 2012 America masquerading as “Jesus”. As Tony Dungy once said, “I don’t think God cares a whole lot about football”. Timmy boy likes to use his exposure in national media fueled by a particular sect of people to forward his own religious agenda and call it “Jesus”. As a professing Christian, yes, he’s signing my name to his own ridiculous notion of religion.

  78. adamc0nley says: May 17, 2012 2:38 PM

    Well for once, I have to agree with Tim here.

    Being a devout Christian (which I am not, by any means), I’m sure his faith has more to do with this than anything. No worshipping o false idols, dude doesn’t want to piss the Bug Guy off.

  79. holeinone09 says: May 17, 2012 2:42 PM

    Seems like the thing they did wrong was referring to it as a “Tim Tebow New York Jets T Shirt” on their web site. Other than that, I don’t see what the Jets or Tebow could do about this. Who cares if people think it looks like the Jets logo?

    But the referral to Tebow and Jets can’t easily be taken back I assume. You just can’t profit from using someone else’s name if you don’t have the right to use it. In this case it happens to be Tebow and the Jets, so they should have the right to take action since apparently they didn’t agree to the web site disclosure. I don’t see anything wrong with that, from the legal perspective.

  80. all32 says: May 17, 2012 2:48 PM

    Jesus just got T-Boned!

  81. scomibord says: May 17, 2012 2:49 PM

    why tebows lawyers and not goodells henchmen???

  82. 3ghostninja says: May 17, 2012 2:57 PM

    “Seems like the thing they did wrong was referring to it as a “Tim Tebow New York Jets T Shirt” on their web site. Other than that, I don’t see what the Jets or Tebow could do about this. Who cares if people think it looks like the Jets logo”

    100% correct. I wouldn’t have a problem with it were it not posted on the website with a specific name tied to it.

  83. keepounding1234 says: May 17, 2012 2:58 PM

    Please. Someone with graphics skills make a Patriots logo Darwin fish wearing high heels.

  84. blackdonnelly says: May 17, 2012 3:02 PM

    I refuse to defend Tim Tebow – as a lucky survivor of the 1st wave of “Tebowmania” (yes – I live in Denver) I’m not going to defend him now either. But what I will say is this “Tshirt” is obviously a pretty lame and crass attempt to cash in on what may or may not be – if anything the Nyets should sue just because this thing involves THEIR team logo and so forth. Tebow’s involvement in all this really doesn’t matter and simply appears to me to be an ego play on Tebow’s part (c’mon – does he really think he’s the “Anointed One?”) Aside from the Jeezus fish (someone here made a classic Seinfeld reference to that – nice move) I see no reference to Tebow – just a cheesey reference to a football team that has scored one championship in 44 years.

  85. thegreatgabbert says: May 17, 2012 3:06 PM

    The new parable speaks of Loafing around in a Fish shirt.

  86. wetpaperbag3 says: May 17, 2012 3:08 PM

    I can’t help but to wonder what Reggie White’s opinion of all this “Tebowmania.”

  87. alaricsrevenge says: May 17, 2012 3:08 PM

    gergie1957 says:
    May 17, 2012 1:16 PM
    hey Tim, WWJD

    ——————————

    Who Wants Jelly Doughnuts?

  88. christiansagainstnike says: May 17, 2012 3:15 PM

    Find out what God has to say about this…

    Tebow doesn’t want to appear to be endorsing a shirt with MY JESUS on it… but Tebow is proud to endorse the company honoring the PAGAN goddess Nike for victory!

    God doesn’t like that… God hates that!

    The Tebows had a guy threaten legal action against me too! Once he did… Tebow’s play went spiraling down!!!

    http://www.christiansagainstnike.com/

  89. blackbug99 says: May 17, 2012 3:18 PM

    I heard the “Holy Ghost” will be the #1 receiver this year! You have to admit that, even when they suck, the Jets do find a way to get in the news. Of course most of the east coast news is based out of there. Go figure!

  90. broncos81 says: May 17, 2012 4:11 PM

    valentino8100 says:
    May 17, 2012 2:12 PM
    @broncos81 — Tebow and his religion represent a portion of a sect of a social institution in 2012 America masquerading as “Jesus”. As Tony Dungy once said, “I don’t think God cares a whole lot about football”. Timmy boy likes to use his exposure in national media fueled by a particular sect of people to forward his own religious agenda and call it “Jesus”. As a professing Christian, yes, he’s signing my name to his own ridiculous notion of religion.
    ———————————————
    So you are a professing Christian and judging Tebow, by thinking to know what he believes in his heart. God may or may not care about football. He may love it or loathe it. Who are we to think we know what God hasn’t told us to know. If you think building hospitals, donating to charity, creating his own charity, helping kids and saying “I would like to thank my Lord and saviour” is forwarding his own religious agenda then I truly feel sorry for you. He isn’t out condeming people or judging them, he just appears to be trying to make peoples lives better. It appears his ridiculous notion of religion is that of love and compassion, I am trying to grasp what yours is.

  91. valentino8100 says: May 17, 2012 5:28 PM

    Some of the most compassionate philanthropists in the world are some of most spritually bankrupt. Are they great people, maybe so, the difference being what they lay claim to.

  92. nucealius says: May 17, 2012 7:48 PM

    “And the Lord said unto him, ‘spread the word, but also, make as much money as you can.'”

    Good move, Timmy.

    And again I say unto you, It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.

    Matthew 19:24

  93. vader7176 says: May 18, 2012 12:01 AM

    So what’s next, Tebow gets a cut of all the WWJD wrist bands? I’m sorry but who does Tebow think he is? Obviously he’s the son of God. WHAT NERVE!

  94. detroitloves says: May 19, 2012 8:02 PM

    Other companies do this.
    Fuzzycross sells what looks like a Kobe Bryant cross at their website. It doesn’t mention Kobe, The NBA, Lakers, or even basketball but it’s gold/purple with #24 on it. And it’s fuzzy.

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