Tim Tebow Has Arms Removed, Doesn’t Need Them to Win Games
He runs a 4.7 40-yard dash. While at the University of Florida, he broke the SEC record for most rushing touchdowns by a player at any position. He’s the first quarterback in NFL history to run for a touchdown in each of his first three career starts. He’s been labeled a “rushing quarterback” since he set foot on the field nearly 10 years ago. Now, he’ll have no choice but to run.
Following the Broncos’ latest come-from-behind miracle win, Tim Tebow had both of his arms surgically removed.
The lefty quarterback, apparently tired of his league-low passer rating and inability to complete a wide-open, four-yard pass, hopes this will finally silence his critics.
“Let’s be honest, it won’t affect the outcome of any game I play in,” the quarterback explained to OMGG.com. “The only arms I need to win are the ones God embraces me with.”
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