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Tim Tebow

I would like to thank the editorial writers for their unbiased and on-point editorial about Tim Tebow ("Tebow wars: Give it a rest," Jan. 10). The editorial really focused on the fact that regardless of his faith, Tim Tebow goes on the field week after week like every other player and gives all that he can give to win a football game. Giving the glory for that win to God is his way of honoring his God and nothing more.

It is his freedom and right as an American to do that.

If my memory serves me correctly, the Ravens had a very young quarterback at one time who faced this very same kind of fame his first year out of the gate.

Best of luck to both teams as they continue in the playoffs.

Sharon Drell, Woodlawn

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