In Bed With The Quarterback

[CDAN] It turns out this allegedly innocent NFL quarterback might not be so innocent after all. One of his admirers and fellow celebrity was overheard bragging the other day that she had no problems getting the quarterback into bed.

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98 comments to In Bed With The Quarterback

    • akajenb

      I was waiting for this blind

      who else but fake Tebow, i’m not buying that he hasn’t been with a

      • luvprue1

        Tebow said he was a virgin?? and expected people to really believe it? a quarterback over the age of 17 haven’t been with a women? right, next he going to try and sale us the Golden Gate bridge.

      • saucykitty

        Remember, in a lot of places, the younguns don’t count buttsehks as losing one’s virginity.

      • RedScience

        Buttsehks?! Great spelling! Thanks for the laugh!! Hahaha!

  • gypjet

    Everyone is going to guess Tebow, but I think it is sad how many people take pleasure trying to destroy the guy. Hating Tebow is like hating puppies. He has done nothing but bring good works and deeds to an industry full of millionaire wife beaters and dog killers.

    • amagod121

      I agree. I’m not into religion like he is but he seems to be a good, sincere guy. But believing in God seems to rack up mockery points, but being a guy who abuses dogs doesn’t. Or what about people who sing about murdering women and all kinds of violence? They’re loved and people who try to put across better stuff are mocked. I don’t get it.

      • LooLoo

        I don’t get it either. Judgmental people hate him for being religious? I just don’t see what there is to make fun of. Everyone has their own beliefs.

      • KWDragon

        It’s not hating him for being religious– it is disliking the showy nature of his faith. He makes a big deal of it. Often the sign of a serious hypocrite, everyone is just waiting for the other shoe to drop. I think this blind is doing it. It’s Tebow.

      • gumshoe

        Sorry, but what is the big deal about him showing his faith? How does he make a big deal of it? He’s not a hypocrite, just a man who loves God. Shame on you for trying to hate on him.

      • Sunflower

        Actually he’s not showy about his faith in action. He publicly acknowledges God – what’s wrong with that? He visits the sick, his foundation is building a children’s hospital in the Phillippines, he visits prison inmates – yes, he does, and he’s not who*ring and gambling and electrocuting dogs.

        I wouldn’t be surprised if this blind is a deliberate falsehood (not blaming Ace at all), just to destroy his reputation. Like the way the NFL didn’t have a problem with Reggie Bush & other players putting messages on their eye paint, but couldn’t stand that Tebow used scriptural messages, so they prohibited it.

        Funny how some people would be happier if Tebow was a liar & a hypocrite, than if he is the real deal.

      • gypjet

        Yeah, sure, you just don’t like his “showy” faith. Maybe you are different, but a lot of liberals who hate him because of his faith, don’t have a problem with Muslims praying in the streets and trying to turn the world into their religion.

      • wpolochick

        Soo then do you dislike the “showy nature” of Ricky Gervais’ atheism? Hmmm.

      • Stinkweed

        He’s just practicing his faith. The MEDIA is making it showy and shoving it down everyone’s throat.

      • KWDragon

        Whoa! Did I hit a nerve, folks? Calm down and breathe slowly into a paper bag…

      • Shouldbeworking

        I’m with KWDragon, and here’s why (it’s true, by the way, that a greater percentage of non-believers have read the bible in its entirety than believers):

        Matthew 6:1-6
        “Take heed that ye do not your almsgiving before men, to be seen by them; otherwise ye have no reward from your Father who is in Heaven.

        2Therefore when thou givest thine alms, do not sound a trumpet before thee, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have glory of men. Verily I say unto you, they have their reward.

        3But when thou givest alms, let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth,

        4that thine almsgiving may be in secret; and thy Father who seeth in secret, Himself shall reward thee openly.

        5″And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are. For they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the corners of the streets, that they may be seen by men. Verily I say unto you, they have their reward.

        6But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father who is in secret; and thy Father who seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.

      • Shouldbeworking

        Oh, and KWDragon is absolutely right about the loudest people being some of the biggest hypocrites: Jim Bakker, Jimmy Swaggart, Ted Haggard, aaaalllll those family-values Republicans who have been caught either gay or cheating. Nobody would be complaining about the dirt if the house were actually clean…

      • saucykitty

        OK, here’s my issue with him…

        The man prays for god to help him with his game. Surely if there is a god, he has better things to do than help out with a football game. Perhaps Tebow could pray for peace or an end to world hunger?

      • mar1ey

        @Shouldbeworking, perhaps you are just seeing what you want to see? There is difference between a person praying in public and a person giving thanks in public. Those distinctions are made in the New Testament. Jesus publicly gives his thanks to God…Mark 6:41: “And when he had taken the five loaves and the two fishes, he looked up to heaven, and blessed, and brake the loaves, and gave them to his disciples to set before them; and the two fishes divided he among them all.” Jesus again gives thanks to God in John 11:30-45.

        Speaking with God about our personal needs is one thing, and should be private. Thanking him for his gifts need not be private.

    • KingKatie

      I actually like him – as a person. I think he’s a great guy, or that’s what he appears to be, and does some amazing things in his free time. But as a quarterback? He’s pitiful. He has room to grow and I’m sure he’ll be a really good QB one day but he’s pretty overrated right now.

      • lolocolo

        Actually sportscasters love to talk about how much he sucks and how unbelievable it is that he can pull off those 4th quarter victories. Which is more or less true.

    • lookiehere

      I agree too. Why pick on someone who is good when there are so many better issues to go after?

    • ImThinking

      I totally agree with you. The guy has been picked on just because he is religious, what a shame!
      I am going to guess Kris Nathan Humphries.

    • thejadedentrepreneur

      And all that is canceled out if he turns out to be a normal 20 something guy who, like every other human on the planet, likes to have sex?

    • ShennanigansOHoolihan

      Loathe him. He has no rights to my uterus & his use of religion and faith during sports is ridiculous (if he wins, does that mean God hates the team/qb he’s playing?). There are bigger things to pray for Timmy. Hope it’s him but suspect Tony Romo.

      • GingieSnap

        He has no rights to your uterus? What does that have to do with the blind or anything that’s been said? Just curious. I agree the Tebow thing is a little ridiculous, but…

      • ShennanigansOHoolihan

        His anti-abortion stance makes me crazy (that was the uterus comment), and I added my guess to the Tebow-hate-rant in order to stay on topic.

    • hannavas

      I don’t get it either. Who is he hurting? With Michael Vick in the NFL they pick on this guy???

    • No Kidding

      Wow. Judgmental much… “to an industry full of millionaire wife beaters and dog killers.” Right, because Vicks is absolutely representative of the NFL. And, of course, no one else in the league does good work or is a devout Christian. Well, if one person can be representative of a league then maybe people don’t like Tebow because they’re sick and tired of NFLers trying to stuff a type of religion and their own moral values down people’s throats. Afterall, they’re being paid to play football not to sermonize. I mean, that’s your logic, right? Makes sense.

      Or, maybe people don’t like Tebow because there are in fact a lot of NFLers who can quietly and humbly go about their day-to-day business while being devout Christians and doing good work, while Tebow has to advertise that fact relentlessly. Tebow is as much a showman as Terrell Owens ever was. Tebow just wraps his showmanship in a Christian flag, and people forgive him for it.

      As for the blind, I think it’s obvious it’s supposed to be Tebow, especially considering the innocent part. I can see him living by the oral is moral code. Everything goes except the vajay.

      • ShennanigansOHoolihan

        Thank you for so eloquently and succinctly expressing the thoughts which I am unable to put into words without getting ragey.

      • Herkeda

        If liberal agnostics & atheists can go around proclaiming their lack of religious faith, then why can’t Tim Tebow go around proclaiming his belief in religious faith? There’s a double standard here.

        For the record, I’m an agnostic but I call it as I see it.

      • Tru Tru2

        Well put!!

    • lolocolo

      I agree that haters need to back off. The praise-the-lord thing is annoying, but this guy really walks the walk. He prioritizes using his role in football to improve people’s lives, both local folks who are undergoing serious health issues, as well as Filipinos. He’s freaking humble and is always giving credit to his teammates and opponents.

      Contrast that with the egotistical a$$holes that make up most of the NFL (and professional sports in general).

  • Rednfreckled

    Tebow and Katy Perry??? She has a thing for him.

  • RangerOne

    Wasn’t there a blind a couple days ago where a quarterback whose wife was expecting a baby slept with a Twilight star everyone guessed was Ashley Greene? Might this be the same blind?

  • katycat

    Being from Denver and having a friend who works for the Broncos, I know that Tebow isn’t as much of a saint as he pretends to be. As an example, he apparently refuses to sign autographs for fans because he wants to keep up their value. I absolutely do not believe that this hypocrite is a virgin.

    • LolaVee

      I don’t believe that. I have a picture, taken last year, of Tebow holding my twin girls (one in each arm). He couldn’t have been nicer.

      My cousin lives in Jacksonville and spotted him with his family at a restaurant last summer and said he talked to and signed autographs for anybody who approached him.

      Just more hearsay trying to tear a nice guy down!

    • Bill Simmons

      Thats just not true either.

    • jenniferah

      being from jacksonville and having also gone to UF he’s pretty nice. the only reason i know him is b/c we met through my boyfriend and he never seemed like a jerk when we would hangout. and a few years ago he was playing golf at our country club and took the time to take a picture and sign an autograph for my uncle and cousin, although that was before he signed to the broncos so i guess his attitude could have changed..

  • Bill Simmons

    enty got this one wrong. Tebow at UF had women throwing themselves at him left and right, and i was stunned when the 5-6 people i talked to all said they wanted it but he just gave them a kiss goodnight. His good image is real.

    • Zippity

      “Good” image or pretending to be *only* a “good guy” to hide the fact he’s really a young man who’s desperately trying to pray away the gay? He’s pinged my gaydar for years and every story about how he eschews all intimacy with women while spending all of his time surrounded by men in sweaty, manly endeavors and projecting a (quite possibly legitimate) virginial countenance has reminded me of my own attempts in my twenties to pretend I wasn’t really feeling what deep down I knew I was feeling because it would deeply upset my religious family. People used to say I seemed “asexual.” I wasn’t. But, nonetheless, I was “good.” And Tim could very well be “good”, too, but that doesn’t mean he can’t also be attracted to men and trying to conceal that fact.

      • bubbajane

        Have you seen that video clip from last week? Please. Girlfriend practically has flowers falling out of his mouth when he talks, and he keeps having to wave them away! Swish! Swish!

      • ninibee

        *having lunch and almost choked on my salad laughing at bubba*

      • LooLoo

        Why is it so hard to believe that he’s waiting for marriage? I live in the Bible Belt, and I’ve known a lot of people who have done that. That wasn’t my personal choice, but it isn’t unusual. Why does this have to be some big scandal in hiding or something?

      • Zippity

        I was raised in the Bible Belt, too. Smack-dab in the middle. What I found is most men who “wait” for marriage do so for reasons that have little to do with their faith and everything to do with hiding behind their faith as an excuse. I find the fact that, despite being a healthy, handsome, and (because it’s part of men’s biology at that age) horny young man he’s barely even trying to date the most telling clue of all. And, yep, bubbajane, I’ve seen the video. Anyone with a semblence of gaydar had to turn off the volume for all the pinging that was taking place.

      • smallbite

        Zippity u r 2 funny.

      • Herkeda


        How do you know that Tebow is “barely even trying to date”. Just because he’s not all up in the club making it rain on strippers doesn’t mean that he’s not dating. He could just be low-key with his dating, because the media (and we) are all up in his business.

      • dee123

        LOL! Good to see others aren’t so blinded.

      • smallbite

        I live in the Bible belt as well. If he is not being serviced, I bet that he is servicing himself. Is that allowed? Lol. Lol. Lol

      • Sunflower

        Wow …. I shouldn’t be surprised at all the “He must be gay” remarks – but really …. how silly.

        Because Tebow doesn’t act like a sex-crazed egomaniac, going to strip clubs & buying h**kers, that means he’s gay?

        Yes, there are genuinely good people in the world – some of them even choose to wait for sex until marriage. So what? Exactly why does that CHOICE get under the skin of so many here?

      • LooLoo

        I can’t figure that out. Not everyone is s*x crazed. I’ve known a LOT of people who waited, and only one of them was someone I suspected might be hiding behind beliefs. Why that choice should seem so sinister is something I just don’t get. I guess some people just assume that everyone thinks the way they do.

      • redstilettos

        I’ve known several people who waited for marriage. Just because someone is a professional athlete doesn’t mean that he can’t control himself. They make it sound like if you are a 20-something male athlete, you are led around by your penis & it causes the brain to take a break

      • Dont Know For Sure

        Let me get this straight, no pun intended. Some say if a famous man is dating/married to a womab he is using her as a beard. Now you’re saying since Tebow hasn’t been seen in the company of women he’s gay too. Also I’ve heard that if famous a man has children by different women (evidence of possible sex, LOL) he’s also gay but trying to trick prove to himself that he is straight. So basically most men in the public eye are gay no matter what they do, in some people’s mind.

  • Bill Simmons

    Oh and one more thing, if this actually happened with tebow it wouldn’t be a blind item. He is constantly in the spotlight since UF and no one has ever claimed to have had sex with him. In this obsession with 15 minutes of fame world we live in, wouldn’t somebody have come foward?

    • YesMaam

      I think the managers can and would easily pay off any trollop Tebow aka “Tebus Christ” went to bed with to continue to with the charade that he’s Mr. Purity, bumping bibles, not babes. XD
      The media attention brings in TONS of money and attention for the team, plus a SICK amount of endorsements for him, and, if you know anything about football managers, they’d give their underaged daughter’s virginity to an entire team if it meant a Championship or Super Bowl ring…

      • ThinkerBelle

        Yes Ma’am, YesMaam! Or not report the sexual abuse of children for 20 or so years. The public would be amazed at what people will “forget” when tons of money gets thrown around. Don’t they read Blind Gossip???
        As George Clooney has said, his dad gave him the best piece of advice, “You’re never as good as they say and you’re never as bad as they say.”

  • SiG621

    Why the bees in all the bonnets?? Nobody even said anything bad about him! To guess that he would do something HUMAN is not tearing him down. I think people want to know that he makes mistakes like everyone else… Ya ya ya he’s a great person and all that–not disagreeing.

    Anyway, I don’t think it’s him at all. I am going to guess Eli or Payton Manning. Wait no, Drew Brees!!

  • newbatgirl

    I agree that this is probably not Tebow. Probably one of the other QBs with a squeaky-clean image. Even in the NFL, there are quite a few to choose from.

  • BackinStOlaf

    This is why I do not like Tim Tebow. Some hate him, I don’t like him. When I see him publicly praying in his little pose combined with allowing himself to be marketed as a sob story because it makes a lot of people see past his mediocrity as a quarterback while other more talented and worthy athletes were passed up for Tebow…I just want to hurl. He showboats and plays on sympathy instead of earning a reputation as one of the best athletes in the world…which is what you have to be in order to be an NFL quarterback.

    Mark my words, Tim Tebow WILL have a Tiger Woods moment before his career is over.

  • awynhaus

    What about Rothelsberger? Doesn’t he say he is innocent of raping girls in like south carolina?

    • x0Beau

      Exactly, everyone always talks about Mike Vick and the dogs which yes was horrible, but he paid his debt to society. But for some reason everyone ignores the fact that Ben Rothelsberger has been accused of raping girls MULTIPLE times. I just think its odd that people tend to leave him out of the equation regarding files charged against him, regardless if they were dropped because he paid his victims off. Regarding Tebow I happen to like him and honestly who cares if he’s having sex but pretending to be a virgin.

    • hotpinkmomma

      Please, those girls followed them around all night. What do women think when they follow a pro athlete back to his hotel room or in BR’s, to a bathroom stall, that they want to talk about the weather? I know Mike Tyson went to prison for what he did to that beauty pageant princess, but really, what sensible girl would do something like that? That SC girl got her college paid for, and then some. Same with Kobe’s girl.

      • Shouldbeworking

        So celebrities are an entire group of people totally incapable of rape? I’m not buying that.

      • KingKatie

        Nice. Slut shaming.

      • hotpinkmomma

        It’s not like he pulled up next to them in a white panel van and threw a bag over their heads and took them to a dark alley. Big Ben wasn’t married at the time so the “victims” couldn’t threaten to tell his wife, they to accuse him of rape to get their payday. Real women don’t put themselves in compromising situations. I didn’t say anything about shaming, I think I was referring to opportunistic con artists that make all of us honest sluts look bad.

  • jokerjim65

    Wow, how disappointing to read all the replies. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but since there has not been a single piece of evidence contrary to how Tebow carries himself, it is so disheartening that people are so cynical and cheer for someone to be disingenuous.
    Let’s pretend this is about Tebow for a minute, of course if some celebutard is blabbing about it, it must be true. We all know how genuine and honest they are. Actually, if the person had ANY class, they would keep their mouth shut about who they are sleeping with. Blast Tebow and question his character for being religious, yet say nothing of the character of some floozy that yaps about who she is sleeping with.

  • alisons

    Teboner ; )

  • AuntieM

    Tebow & Lindsay Vonn

    • Mermaid

      ^^^^ Yes.

      Doesn’t LIndsay Vonn just seem like the biggest opportunist though? And heartless.

      Her daddy changed his life so she could train, then she ignored him and married her older husband who committed his life to her and trained her exclusively. Then when she achieved fame she dumped the husband and wants a bit of Tebow. She’s had a ton of advantages other skiers haven’t had and then, when she uses them for all they’ve got, she dumps them and moves on. Heartless.

      But it’s people like that who succeed in the world.

  • whattheheck

    “Allegedly innocent” makes me think of a crime, not Tebow. Have any QB’s been arrested and are waiting trial? Otherwise Roethlisberger is looking pretty good for this…

  • smallbite

    This does not sound like Big Ben. Ben likes to take it from women thereby creating a penalty. This girl in this blind was putting it on him and he was apparently receiving the pass and a touch down was made.

  • SayItAintSo

    I think it’s tony romo but maybe Tebow who does seem genuine should date one of the duggar girls. :)

    • justjinx

      Ha ha SayItAintSo! That is hilarious!!

      Seems like this blind is written to be Tebow. It would be hard to name someone in the public eye that doesn’t represent themselves to be a better person than they really are. I think that is human nature.

  • imlopez458

    going out on a limb here….. Drew Brees? doe sthe Nyquil commercial (in bed) and there’s a black helmet (Saints?)…. hope it’s not him though…..

  • Ginger

    I don’t care if he’s sleeping with anyone. Here’s an article about his good works:

    I don’t understand why everyone wants to vilify Tim Tebow.

    • ME AGAIN

      Think about it and I think you know why people wanna tear him down.

      Oh and big shout out to all the liberal atheists in the house. I’m sure God as well as BG, loves you all.

      • jokerjim65

        I am agnostic, what does his actions and hoping he is lying have to do with political beliefs or religious affiliations??
        The man does a lot of things for many people with NO fanfare and people want to say he is a liar or hope he gets caught having had pre-marital sex???
        It is a real shame and a huge character flaw in the people that want him to be two-faced and/or fail at his career. He did not ask for any of this and if he wants to exercise his 1st Amendment rights and discuss his religious beliefs, it is his business. I would like to see the masses rail out against him if he were to discuss Judaism or Muslim beliefs. That, of course, would never be tolerated.
        I do not align with a single secular belief system and do not personally believe in them. Funny, I don’t hear him bashing Tom Brady for “living in sin” with Gisele, he is not judging anyone. He just has a personal profound belief in something and trying to live the way he believes. Of course, the public and media will point fingers at him for verbalizing his beliefs and throw as much doubt as possible. My personal background is 180 degrees opposite of his, so I am not defending the guy based on my belief system. Just amazes me when someone is doing something good, that they are disbelieved for reason unjust and of personal convictions.

    • lolocolo

      Exactly. This is why I like the guy and respect his Christianity, even though I’m an atheist myself.

  • brrcam

    I like the Roethlisberger guess. “Innocent” is used–not “pure” or whatever you might associate with Tebow’s sexual stance. This screams innocent in a criminal sense. Plus, Roethlisberger just got married over the summer. If this is him, he still has a problem keeping his wandering eyes focused (as he was dating his now-wife when some of his other “issues”–for which he was “innocent”–occurred).

    Above all, CDAN has horrible diction when he writes these blinds–it’s often difficult to discern whether a word is a clue or an error.

  • JeanRalphio

    I don’t think this is Tebow. But I think it’s written to make us think it’s Tebow. Even if it is, he claimed to be a virgin in 2009 at a press conference after being asked the question directly. He said he was “saving himself” at that time but maybe things have changed. In any event, he does a lot of good and appears to actually enjoy being a role model. The cynical part of me thinks he’ll inevitably fall from grace, but I really hope that does not happen.

  • ninibee

    Geez, guys. Relax a little. Why does this have to be a religious and or liberal vs. conservative debate? Tebow is HUMAN and therefore it shouldn’t be that hard to believe that he COULD present a certain image, but is different in private. He certainly won’t be the first Christian man to do so. Think of all the pastors, relgious leaders, conservative leaders who have gone before him that have been exposed as liars and hypocrites. BUT on the other hand, if he IS sincere–then good for him. Either way, can’t we all just get along? :-) Guessing the blinds is supposed to be fun, people!!

    • Yes! I’m a newbie (but long time lurker) and I like this site because there isn’t a bunch of catscratching and such. I understand Tebow is THE Man to Love (or Loathe), but let’s all hug it out!

  • Herkeda

    Tim Tebow?! Say it ain’t so!

  • Tru Tru2

    I got a good lil giggle off of you guys today.

    we’re all still BG family!!

  • mar1ey

    Wow…clearly alluding to Tebow…and we know no one EVER lies about sex!! She said she had no problem getting him in bed…what was she, his NANNY??