It was a business decision and absolutely NOTHING to do with religion. However, I guess blaming religion is dramatic and will allow people to yell and scream for a day or two. First of all, Tebow STILL does not have a Superbowl. Manning has at least a couple. Who would you take if you were an employer? A guy who has run his own business successfully for 15 years or a guy who just graduated from college? Every decision is about money!!!!
I understand that, but what I get from the article is the way that Brady did a reprehensible thing (according to decent people), and Ben was accused of assault (but never proved), and there was not much complaining by the public. Replacing Tebow with Manning has the anti-religious people in a tizzy. I think they're the ones that should be told that it's "strictly business".
absolutely NOTHING to do with religion.
Rightttt.. Lets go with that..
Yeah, *Eli* Manning.
(Peyton Manning is less than 50% (9-10) in the post-season. He's been to the Super Bowl twice, but you probably don't want to bring up the time he lost. It was pretty horrid. They're still laughing about it in New Orleans.)