Tim Tebow Twitter explodes after Broncos loss

Jim Rogash

Following a Denver Broncos loss in the playoffs, Twitter once again became the outlet for frustrated Tim Tebow fans to hype up the quarterback's obvious greatness.

On Saturday, the Baltimore Ravens pulled off a double-overtime upset over the Denver Broncos to advance to the AFC Championship Game. The game didn't need a Peyton Manning interception in overtime for fans to unnecessarily make Tim Tebow comparisons, but hey, it certainly didn't hurt.


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These "comparisons" break down to the simple truth that the Broncos won a playoff game that Tebow happened to play quarterback in, while the Broncos are now 0-1 in playoff games that Manning is playing in. These are facts.


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They're also useless facts, given that any comparison between the two quarterbacks is terribly asinine. Which means Twitter ate it up. Here's some gems and no, you will not find any Skip Bayless tweets in here. Sorry (but not sorry).

First up, we've got Boatie Pearland, whoever that is (this person is followed by San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis, for some reason). A pretty standard Tebow tweet, this one.

Then of course, we have this one, because Tebow has been known as the vindictive type in the past, ya know?

This user asks if Tebow would have attempted the ill-fated throw that led to an interception. Smart money is on no.

Now, as to this tweet below, I'm not sure if you can see what the character is at the end of this tweet, because I can't, but smart money is on a cross of some sort.

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