By Bill Plaschke
I don’t want to face the truth that a quarterback can engineer four consecutive game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime and still get canned because he wasn’t pretty enough. I don’t want to believe that if this same quarterback makes religious gestures and references afterward, everyone forgets his victories and focuses on his beliefs.
The fact is, while Peyton Manning and John Elway may be a couple of the biggest names in the NFL, Tim Tebow unquestionably transcends pro football. I’d take that trade any day.