It doesn't matter who is being interviewed, if it's a football-related person, ESPN is going to ask him about Tim Tebow, even when that person's team isn't facing Tebow. Such was the case when Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs went on First Take Tuesday, and, when asked about Tim Tebow, took probably the sharpest shots at Tebow's religion of anyone so far:
"With all due respect, we don't need God on our sidelines. Once again God had to save Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos. He couldn't even give them two drives. Seven to three?"
Suggs was referencing the Denver Broncos' offense's impotence against the Kansas City Chiefs, of course, but Skip Bayless, Tebow's most prominent apologist and the man interviewing Suggs, decided that he would go, for some reason, a step further and ask Suggs if he would rather play for Tebow or Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Suggs' response:
"Are you kidding me? Why don't you like my quarterback, Skip? Is it his mustache? Is it his eyebrows? Is it because Tim Tebow is prettier? I understand you have your man crush but you can't force that on the rest of us."
Amen, Mr. Suggs. Though that thing about the eyebrows? True, unfortunately for Flacco.
For more on Tebow and the Broncos, visit Mile High Report. For updates on the Broncos' opponent, visit Steelers blog Behind The Steel Curtain. To see Ravens' fans reactions to Suggs' comments, visit Baltimore Beat Down.