When Tim Tebow was at Florida, I hated it when Georgia had to play him. He is one of the fiercest competitors on the planet. However, I have always admired him for his faith and religious stand. He not only talks his faith, but he "wears it on his sleeve" and lives it every day of his life. Now that he's a pro, I find myself wanting him to succeed. Not many of the so-called experts think he can, but he sure does and that might be all that matters. As for as the jersey is concerned, I think it's fine. Tebow knows he's not Jesus, but I'm sure he would be glad that others are caring enough about Jesus to put his name "out there".