Is Tim Tebow Actually Just Bo Jackson?
As we all know, the higher being that is Timothy Tebow has now been signed by the New York Mets (why?). After Tim worked out with several teams, the Mets decided he had potential for the developmental leagues down in Port St. Lucie. Mets' GM says Tebow will still be able to work with ESPN and the SEC Network as an analyst during the college football season. He will officially make his way down to Florida on September 18. Now, these are all the things we know about Tim Tebow. But I think there are some things we don't know about him. One of these things is that Tim Tebow is actually just Bo Jackson.
This argument may see a bit out there but I'm telling you, just hear me out for one second. First, the obvious rebut against my argument would be Tebow is a white dude while Jackson is a black guy. And to that I say: shame on you. This is 2016 and Tim will identify however he wants to identify. Also, anything is possible with the power of Tebow and Jesus, so don't come at me with this weak argument. Do some research, read a book, then talk to me. Now that that is out of the way, I can break down this scientific theory (that will soon become a scientific law.)
Timothy Richard Tebow was born in the Philippines, while Bo Jackson was born in Alabama. But, we all know that Bo Jackson is not actually human and was handed down to us by the aliens. So that makes both Tebow and Jackson foreign to the United States. Coincidence? I think not. Next: As we all know, Timmy is very religious. But what many do not know is that Bo Jackson is also very religious, another "coincidence" that cannot be explained. Both men are works of nature that cannot be duplicated by the God they so heavily worship. Even with the power of God, there is no way these two men can share the same Earth, therefore they are both just one person. Tim Tebow is simply just a pseudonym.
Now we all remember these incredible plays whether we were alive to see them happen or just watched them on YouTube. Jackson's athletic ability is incredible and surely can't be duplicated. Or can it? Let me bring you back to the 2009 National Championship game. The University of Florida is beating the Oklahoma Sooners by just a field goal. Enter Timmy Tebow and the breathtaking time warp that is "Tebow Time." Lets take a look:
The Jump Pass. Tebow virtually recreates two of Bo Jackson's greatest moments in one play. The leap. The flawless throw. It's almost as if someone put a mirror to Jackson's plays. With all of this undeniable evidence, it's clear to me (and should now be clear to you) that Tim Tebow is actually just Bo Jackson. And to further my point, I will GUARANTEE that Tim Tebow has just as an illustrious career as Bo Jackson.