Packers are America’s team, but Tebow is America’s QB

Packers are the real America's team

22% of voters say the Packers are their favorite team in the NFL to 11% for the Cowboys, 8% for the Bears, Giants, and Steelers, 7% for the Saints, 6% for the Patriots, 4% for the Redskins, and 2% for the Jets. 24% say someone else is their favorite team or that they don’t have a favorite.  Tim Tebow, as expected, edged out Eli Manning (12 percent) and his brother Peyton (10 percent) for the title of America’s most popular quarterback. Tom Brady, Drew Brees and MVP favorite Aaron Rodgers finished next, with 6 percent of the vote.

I'm filing this under "Another reason John Elway should give Tebow more time." Put aside wins and losses (I know it's hard) and put aside what you think might happen at quarterback.  Simply imagine you are Joe Ellis. Imagine you're concerned about the short-term (3-5 years) monetary situation of the Denver Broncos. Imagine your market research tells you that you've got the most popular quarterback in America--so popular in fact, the entire state of Florida liked you on Facebook, DJs on Air 1 Radio (yeah, I listen, I'll admit it) are converting thousands each day to the orange and predominantly blue, and even Randall Cunningham is--as we speak--telling everyone in the Greater Las Vegas area to pray for Tebow. What are you going to do?

Wins? Losses? Tebow's the guy with the gun audience. He's a 240-pound mint. I'd be inclined to have a sitdown with John Elway and give him some lessons in the time value of money.  

I’m glad we had this talk.  Now, vaya con Dios, Brah.

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