During Monday night’s game, the Kansas City safety, who is Muslim, was penalized for “unsportsmanlike behavior” when he prayed to celebrate his touchdown. An NFL spokesman said Tuesday that he should not have been penalized.
This week for BuzzReads, Kathleen McLaughlin profiles an elderly activist who battled the Chinese government to expose the truth behind one of the country’s largest AIDS outbreaks. Read that, and these other great stories from around BuzzFeed and the web.
A Russian football team is holding out hope. But Tebow’s agency calls reports of a $1 million offer to play for Moscow-based team “ridiculous.”
There’s nothing quite like a kid at a game.
What is going on in the NFL?
Yep, you read that correctly.
Bob Ley throwing some punches here.
Not that there were any highlights.
“Unfortunately, things did not work out the way we all had hoped.”
When the backup quarterback’s plane took a pit stop in Wichita, he swung by the Wichita State team bus and gave them an inspiring speech.
The New York Jets’ official Twitter account asked what the team should prioritize during free agency. Twitter had some great ideas.
A Tebowcoaster of Temotions.
Per yard, per carry, per pass — no matter how you look at it, Tim Tebow was not an efficient use of the New York Jets’ money.
Could’ve gone better. All of it.
For some reason, the Jets decided to give Tebow his own drive in a game crucial to their playoff chances. He did not disappoint, if you’re a Titans fan.
These totally real, not-at-all-fake drawings and musings were discovered in a trash can outside of Rex Ryan’s office this weekend.
Don’t know anything about football? No problem! Here are some helpful pointers to get you through the Thanksgiving stretch of games.
Yesterday the Pittsburgh Steelers lost on Sunday Night Football to the Ravens behind the quarterback stylings of Byron Leftwich. Many Steelers fans took to Twitter to call for a solution: the disaster that is Timothy Tebow.
“Most teams think if they win the next one or two games they’re still in it.”
The Jets need an exorcism.
If anyone can protect us from Satan, it’s Timothy Richard Tebow.
Plus he says he knows nothing about football, and the anchor still asks him about Tim Tebow. We get it, ESPN. You love Tim Tebow.
For the New York Jets, the most embarrassing part of their disastrous loss to San Francisco wasn’t the 34-0 score. It was how Jim Harbaugh took the Jets’ strategy and improved on it in every way.
Warning: contains dildo flowers and other pieces of erotic art.
Because he’s allegedly never had sex! Get it? Get it?