Tim Tebow alerted all of his football fans that tonight’s “Monday Night Football” matchup game has the mark of the Beast as the 666 “Monday Night Football” game.
Tebow, a very vocal Protestant Christian, is using his Twitter account today to make sure anyone interested in being vigilant in watching for the antichrist or Devil’s presence is sure to know that the Beast has a hand in the forthcoming game.
“Looking forward to giving God all the glory in tonight’s 666th Monday Night Football Game. Romans 8:37-39,” he tweeted.
Either he is superstitious or just trying to rial up his fan base because if a game is number 666, it would be 666 for everyone there so neither team would have any disadvantage.
Would Satan’s energy really be concerned about a football game between the 4-0 Houston Texans and the 2-2 New York Jets?
Most celebrities at some point use marketing tactics to help keep them relevant in the public eye while being controversial and reemphasizing the traits they have that their fans like about them. People do not just like Tim Tebow’s athleticism. They like his vocal attitude about Christianity, Jesus, God and being a virgin.
He and his management team know what his most dedicated fans like about him and so he has to write, say and do things to keep these core fans happy while stirring up a little controversy.
An example of Tebow and his managers being very concerned with his public image is from several months ago when Tim Tebow posed for photos with actors from the Rock of Ages musical who were wearing their exotic dancer costumes for the play.
Later after one of the actresses posted the pictures on Twitter, she said that Tebow’s managers contacted her to ask her to remove the pictures because they were concerned the photos did not look good for his public image.
She reminded everyone that she and her coworkers were Broadway actresses – not hoochies – and refused to remove the photos.
Yahoo sports column Shutdown Corner pointed out this relevant information: “Had it been left up to me, I’d have never pondered the relevance, or even known about the involvement of the number 666 in Monday night’s game. It was Tebow who brought it to my attention. Maybe the subject would’ve held more interest for me if Tebow was likely to play very much, or if the sum of the numbers worn by the Texans defensive starters added up to 666.
“Unfortunately, they don’t. It’s very close, but they don’t. The sum of the numbers worn by the Texans starters on defense is 669. I can’t believe I bothered to check that, but I did.
“Now, if it were to happen that Shaun Cody couldn’t start (he’s listed as probable), and Earl Mitchell were to take his place, Cody’s 95 would be replaced by Mitchell’s 92, thus lowering the count by three and putting us right at 666. At which point everyone’s television would immediately burst into flame.
“Enjoy the game tonight. Hopefully ESPN can get the Pope in the booth to help break things down.”
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