A Tale of Two Quarterbacks

by Datechguy | January 13th, 2013

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A Tale of Two Quarterbacks

One upon a time there was a team that hadn’t won a cham­pi­onship in a long time.

That team acquired a quar­ter­back, a quar­ter­back who had led his pre­vi­ous team to a National title.

The quar­ter­back led team to win after win, he was much beloved by the fans of the team.

But all was not well, Despite his suc­cess the quar­ter­back on the field, he was derided by mem­bers of the media and the elites who down­played his skills con­sid­ered his victory’s flukes and mocked his behav­ior on and off the field and con­fi­dently pre­dicted his failure.

The cries did not les­son when his team won the divi­sion. The cri­tiques screamed all the louder and hoped for his fail­ure. Even as the team won the wild card game they con­fi­dently pre­dicted his fail­ure as he headed to the 2nd round of the playoffs

They were rewarded his team was unable to win the divi­sional game. They urged his team to cut loose the quar­ter­back and replace him. Despite his suc­cess man­age­ment didn’t think highly of the quar­ter­back sought a new one trad­ing the first quar­ter­back to another team.

The team signed a dif­fer­ent quar­ter­back who had a team to a National title for 18 mil­lion dol­lars.

The dif­fer­ent quar­ter­back lead his new team to win after win, he was much beloved by the fans of the team.

Unlike the first quar­ter­back the sec­ond quar­ter­back was treated dif­fer­ently. His suc­cess on the field and behav­ior off it, was cel­e­brated by the mem­bers of the media. The elites praised his con­sid­er­able sills, attrib­uted the victory’s to him and con­fi­dently pre­dicted his con­tin­ued success

Mean­while the elite’s hatred of the first quar­ter­back still burned. That laughed as his new team refused to start him. When their start­ing QB replaced due to fail­ure they pro­moted the 3rd string QB over him. When the 3rd string QB went down with an injury before the last day game of the sea­son his new team refused to start him and fin­ished the sea­son tied for last place with the first quar­ter­back on the bench with­out start­ing a sin­gle game.

But as far as his old fran­chise was con­cerned the first quar­ter­back was old news. The new quar­ter­back con­tin­ued to win and the praise of all only con­tin­ued when his team won the divi­sion and the acco­lades came all the louder as the team secured a first round bye. They antic­i­pated his suc­cess as his team headed into the 2nd round of the play­offs with a bye.

And then with the game on the line, the quar­ter­back that was con­sid­ered a can­di­date for MVP. The quar­ter­back that they paid more than 11 times more than the first quar­ter­back threw a key inter­cep­tion and lost in the playoffs.

The extra 16.89 mil­lion dol­lars the team paid bought them one less play­off vic­tory than the year before.

The two quar­ter­backs if you haven’t fig­ured it out by now are Tim Tebow & Pey­ton Man­ning the team is the Den­ver Broncos.

Both Quar­ter­backs played hard, they con­ducted them­selves pro­fes­sion­ally and hon­or­ably on and off the field but one was loved by the elites and one was not. Why?

The elite cul­ture can abide almost any­thing, even belief and faith in Christ as long as it is not pub­lic and unafraid. Tim Tebow not only loves Jesus Christ and tries his best to walk in his ways but he loves Christ instead of the cul­ture that the media and the elites rule and feed off and does so pub­licly and unafraid.

That’s a crime they will never forgive.

I’ll give the last word to Den­ver fans via twitter:

One upon a time there was a team that hadn’t won a championship in a long time.

That team acquired a quarterback, a quarterback who had led his previous team to a National title.

The quarterback led team to win after win, he was much beloved by the fans of the team.

But all was not well, Despite his success the quarterback on the field, he was derided by members of the media and the elites who downplayed his skills considered his victory’s flukes and mocked his behavior on and off the field and confidently predicted his failure.

The cries did not lesson when his team won the division. The critiques screamed all the louder and hoped for his failure. Even as the team won the wild card game they confidently predicted his failure as he headed to the 2nd round of the playoffs

They were rewarded his team was unable to win the divisional game. They urged his team to cut loose the quarterback and replace him. Despite his success management didn’t think highly of the quarterback sought a new one trading the first quarterback to another team.

The team signed a different quarterback who had a team to a National title for 18 million dollars.

The different quarterback lead his new team to win after win, he was much beloved by the fans of the team.

Unlike the first quarterback the second quarterback was treated differently. His success on the field and behavior off it, was celebrated by the members of the media. The elites praised his considerable sills, attributed the victory’s to him and confidently predicted his continued success

Meanwhile the elite’s hatred of the first quarterback still burned. That laughed as his new team refused to start him. When their starting QB replaced due to failure they promoted the 3rd string QB over him. When the 3rd string QB went down with an injury before the last day game of the season his new team refused to start him and finished the season tied for last place with the first quarterback on the bench without starting a single game.

But as far as his old franchise was concerned the first quarterback was old news. The new quarterback continued to win and the praise of all only continued when his team won the division and the accolades came all the louder as the team secured a first round bye. They anticipated his success as his team headed into the 2nd round of the playoffs with a bye.

And then with the game on the line, the quarterback that was considered a candidate for MVP. The quarterback that they paid more than 11 times more than the first quarterback threw a key interception and lost in the playoffs.

The extra 16.89 million dollars the team paid bought them one less playoff victory than the year before.

The two quarterbacks if you haven’t figured it out by now are Tim Tebow & Peyton Manning the team is the Denver Broncos.

Both Quarterbacks played hard, they conducted themselves professionally and honorably on and off the field but one was loved by the elites and one was not. Why?

The elite culture can abide almost anything, even belief and faith in Christ as long as it is not public and unafraid. Tim Tebow not only loves Jesus Christ and tries his best to walk in his ways but he loves Christ instead of the culture that the media and the elites rule and feed off and does so publicly and unafraid.

That’s a crime they will never forgive.

I’ll give the last word to Denver fans via twitter:

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