Tim Tebow enters Patriots-Eagles game

Tebow Time is officially underway -- he's entered the game for the New England Patriots.

There's been a Tim Tebow sighting in the NFL on Friday night. The New England Patriots are taking on the Philadelphia Eagles, and with a 10-point lead in hand, Ryan Mallett left the game to kick-start Tebow Time proper.

With 1:22 remaining in the first half, Tebow fired off an incomplete pass to his receiver on the left side. On second down, Tebow threw a deep pass over the middle ... which also went incomplete. On the third try, Tebow was the victim of a 10-yard sack, forcing a punt on fourth down.

So that happened. If you were expecting anything less, then you were probably being a bit unfair. If you were expecting anything more, then you were probably being a little bit delusional. It's unclear if he'll come back out and start the second half at this point.

We've got some gifs of Tebow doing what Tebow does best below:

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Aaaand the legend gets off to a rocky start:

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