And after the 3rd quarter, Tim Tebow rose from the dead and saved all the sinners in the Denver area.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) October 27, 2011
TSB (The Sports Bar), a company producing sports podcasts from the fan's perspective located at http://tsbsports.net, has had a lot to say about Tim Tebow over the last two weeks. His comeback win over the Miami Dolphins sparked yet another hot debate on TSB's “Happy Hour” sports podcast this Wednesday. The guys at TSB never hold back and that stays true with their analysis of Tebow and the Denver Broncos. They also take notice of John Fox's lack of enthusiasm, walking off the field, after an exciting comeback victory on Sunday.
Starting quarterback of the Denver Broncos, Tim Tebow, surmounted a near impossible comeback on Sunday in front of the sell-out crowd of Dolphins, Gators, and Broncos fans at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Down 15-0 with 5:23 left in the game, Tebow ran the no huddle to near-perfection, getting the ball out of his hand quickly and running when he deemed necessary. With the aid of an onside kick, he marched his team down the field twice in that time, throwing 2 touchdowns and running in a 2-point conversion to tie the game at 15. Matt Prater overcame his previous two misses to kick the game-winning field goal in overtime.
Rollin Yeatts, the producer and one of the sportscasters at TSB, is the lone wolf in supporting Tim Tebow. Fellow TSB sportscasters, Adam Cavallini and Allen Miller, pointed out that Tebow was only effective in the last 5 minutes and played horribly for the other 55. Rollin came to Tebow's defense, saying, “They went to the no-huddle. That is where Tim Tebow has always been more effective. Put him in the no-huddle. Put him in the shotgun. Let him audible out to run the ball, like he did in the 2-point conversion.” Allen and Rollin continue to debate his performance until Adam moves the topic to why John fox didn't look happy after the win. Allen and Rollin finally reach an agreement on what Denver should do to give them the best chance to win. Allen states, “They said they weren't gonna change the system, and that's just dumb when you're switching from Kyle Orton to Tim Tebow.” He continues, “Just let him go out there and call the plays. That's what I would do. He's not the best reader of defenses, but you know, he's gonna make some big plays for you.”
The guys at TSB covered many other topics in this podcast, including T.O.'s comeback, Terrelle Pryor, CFB and NFL game predictions and more. In the final segment of their show, Rollin decided to bring the topic back one more time by naming Tim Tebow Baller of the Week, “...just to [make everyone mad].” “We're always saying it's the win that counts and guess what – he got Denver the win,” Rollin says. With that, Adam interjects his humor, poking at Tebow's well-publicized Christianity saying, “And after the 3rd quarter, Tim Tebow rose from the dead and saved all the sinners in the Denver area.” “The Tim Tebow Thing” will always be a topic of debate and the guys at TSB will surely continue to go at war with each other in the future, as they did in this week's edition of “Happy Hour”.
TSB produces sports podcasts from the fan's perspective, as their slogan is “For Fans. By Fans”. They love making jokes and don't hesitate to bash athletes, or each other, if they feel that person deserve it. They also provide music in the background to give their podcast “The Sports Bar” atmosphere. They have two weekly shows. “Happy Hour” is their sports news debates and game predictions, available every Wednesday and they also have an NFL Fantasy Football show, called “Fantasy Forecast”, that is made available on Fridays. On “Fantasy Forecast”, they get the audience involved, answering fantasy questions that have been e-mailed in. Their shows can be downloaded or streamed at http://tsbsports.net or on iTunes. They also stream their show live on Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:15 AM EST on USTREAM.