Pat Robertson: A Manning injury would serve the Broncos right

Television evangelist Pat Robertson says the Denver Broncos didn’t show enough loyalty to Tim Tebow, and they may pay for it this season.

After the Broncos signed Peyton Manning and traded Tebow to the Jets, Robertson said he thinks it demonstrates that Tebow isn’t appreciated. And he said that if Manning’s neck injury keeps him off the field, the Broncos will be sorry.

I think the Denver Broncos treated him shabbily,” Robertson said, via “He won seven games, he brought them into the playoffs, for heaven sakes. I mean, they were a nothing team. He rallied them together with spectacular last-minute passes and, you know, when they beat Buffalo — I mean, Pittsburgh, excuse me — it was a tremendous victory. And you just ask yourself, OK, so Peyton Manning was a tremendous MVP quarterback, but he’s been injured. If that injury comes back, Denver will find itself without a quarterback. And in my opinion, it would serve them right.”

It’s not often that we turn to Pat Robertson for football opinions, but hearing an odd opinion from an odd source feels like par for the course in this craziest of NFL offseasons.

3 responses to “Pat Robertson: A Manning injury would serve the Broncos right

  1. I dunno about you guys but I think P.R. might be off on this one. Broncos are land-bound creatures, but Jets are machines of the sky and thus closer to the Almighty.

  2. I love Tim Tebow and think regardless of what the “experts” say…He is a winner. But in all fairness, Pat Shut the HECK up. To many times you make statements as if your word alone influences Gods decisions for everyone. I know your a big shot, but nobody is as important to God as you seem to think you are.

  3. Pat Robertson would have had nothing to say if Tebow weren’t Christian. I doubt more and more every time that I hear Robertson open his shaky mouth that HE is even a Christian.

    Is Gregg Williams his son or something? Spewing this anti-Christian nonsense.

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