With the Denver Broncos having backed their was into the postseason despite a 7-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in week 17, it’s nearly impossible not to talk about the legend that has become Broncos starting quarterback Tim Tebow.
And that’s just what Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs did on Tuesday.
Suggs joined in the Tebow debate with the pompous Skip Bayless on ESPN’s “First Take” and took a few jabs at the polarizing quarterback.
“With all due respect, we don’t need God on our sidelines,” Suggs said. “Once again, God had to save Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos. He (Tebow) couldn’t even give them two drives? 7 to 3.”
Referring to Denver’s lackluster showing in their regular-season finale, Suggs doesn’t seem worried that the Ravens will be phased by a team that needed the San Diego Chargers to beat the Oakland Raiders just to sneak into the playoffs.
Now, with Tebow having gone a dismal 19 of 52 for 245 yards, throwing one touchdown compared to four interceptions in the Broncos’ past two games combined, can you really blame Suggs for his outlandish remarks?