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Jaguars fans to hold rally to encourage team to sign Tim Tebow

September 16, 2013|By Chuck Schilken
  • A group of Jacksonville Jaguars fans has organized a rally to persuade the team to bring in free-agent quarterback Tim Tebow.
A group of Jacksonville Jaguars fans has organized a rally to persuade the… (Jared Wickerham / Getty…)

Tim Tebow needs a job. He really wants to be a quarterback in the NFL. The Jacksonville Jaguars are 0-2 and appear to be going nowhere.

Tebow is still extremely popular in Florida, where he won two national championships and a Heisman Trophy. And the Jags are having a bit of trouble filling seats this season.

All right, look, do I really need to spell it out for you? Bring Tebow to Jacksonville already!

Look, I know everyone's real busy, but I have a plan. Let's have a rally!

A huge rally with signs, hats, T-shirts, music — anything to get people's attention. It will be amazing, the kind of mind-blowing event a guy like Tebow deserves (and it will drive all the haters out there nuts, which makes it even better)!

I know there's a few other things going on out there of national and maybe even international significance, but this is important! Seriously, can you imagine an entire NFL season without Tebow? I didn't think so. So get off your butts and let's rally.

Wait a minute. Turns out the folks at jags-tebow.com had the same idea.

They're having a rally in the Everbank Field stadium parking lot Monday afternoon, starting at 3:16 p.m. and lasting exactly three hours and 16 minutes (you know, for that scripture package our hero loves so much).

Like they say on their site, "DO YOUR PART TO BRING TEBOW TO JACKSONVILLE. PUT THE WORD OUT VIA FACEBOOK, TWITTER WHATEVER. THIS IS OUR TEAM. SHOW THE JAGS FRONT OFFICE WE WANT TEBOW!"

Amen! But, guys, don't you think you went a bit overboard using all caps?

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