You don't have to be a football fan to know who Tim Tebow is. He's the current Denver Broncos quarterback and former University of Florida Heisman Trophy winner. He's also an ardent Christian who doesn't hide his faith, and he regularly -- before, during, and after games -- drops to one knee to thank the Lord. But his praying has become a worldwide internet sensation, with people from all over taking pictures of themselves "Tebowing" -- or dropping to one knee and pretending to pray. In fact, two of his opponents did it in celebration during this Sunday's blowout win over the Broncos.
So are you still confused as to what "Tebowing" is? How about some visuals from the site devoted to it. There's the original from Tebow himself:
There's Tebowing in Halloween costumes:
Tebowing in war:
At the altar:
And even kids are doing it:
But it was the Lions -- who played the Broncos in Denver on Sunday -- who grabbed the most headlines for "Tebowing" during the game. See, Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch sacked Tebow during the first quarter, and instead of gyrating or screaming or hovering over Tebow like an alien spaceship, Tulloch instead hit his knee and "Tebowed:"
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But the Lions weren't done. In the second quarter, former Bronco Tony Scheffler caught a touchdown pass and celebrated by doing some half-hearted Tebowing:
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So what do you think: Was it "low," or "whoa?"