Not since Sandy Koufax refused to play on Yom Kippur, has a professional sports player worn his religion on his sleeve so prominently.
Tim Tebow, Quarterback/Runningback for the NFL Denver Broncos has quite a few accomplishments under his belt.
He was the first college football player ever to score 20 rushing touchdowns and 20 passing touchdowns the same year.
He was the first college football player to win the Heisman Trophy in only his Sophomore year. He is also the only home-schooled player ever to receive this honor.
He owned the NFL record for Jersey Sales even before he played his first professional game.
He has engineered some spectacular fourth-quarter-comebacks this season.
Yet what I consider to be his greatest accomplishment is his unabashed thanks that he shows on the field - as he prays publicly.
He should serve as an example to all of us not to be embarrassed to Daven to our creator - even in a public setting.
Yet what makes all of this more becoming, is the fact that doctors unsuccessfully tried to convince his mother to abort him. Thank G-d she refused.
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