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SNL Wants Tim Tebow to Host Show?

Saturday Night Live reportedly wants Tim Tebow to host a show after his football season ends, Hollywood Life reports.

“SNL realizes it would be HUGE ratings and they are hoping he will say yes,” a Hollywood Life source says. “Tim just can’t and won’t be able to do it while the season is still in play.”

SNL aired a controversial sketch last weekend involving Tebow (watch it here). The sketch mocked Tebow’s Broncos and said Jesus had to constantly bail them out at the end of games. Unsurprisingly, the show was criticized by the Christian Right movement.

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We know that Tebow is a good sport with a friendly personality, so he probably would be willing to host the program. Just don’t expect him to do anything during the season — teammate Eric Decker says it’s nearly impossible to get him out.

Tebow would join Peyton Manning and Tom Brady as other star quarterbacks who have hosted the show.

Thanks to The Postgame for sharing the scoop.


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  • Anonymous

    I don’t know any NFLer who could top what Peyton did

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    Yeah, that was a strong effort.

  • http://www.facebook.com/w.louis.brecheen W. Louis Brecheen

    Don’t forget Fran Tarkenton back in the 70′s

  • Gunner McStabby

    No. No. NO! You can count on me not watching. This guy has as much appeal as Britney’s baby’s daddy. Unsurprisingly, the show will be criticized by the’ Say NO to Douchebag Quarterbacks That Only Win Because They’ve ONLY Played Mediocre Teams’ Movement. Hey Tebow, did you also thank Jesus, in Tebow manner, for the 2011 regular season schedule?? 

  • Anonymous

    This not about how Tebow plays football. The Broncos knew how he’s played since 7th grade junior varsity: pitching or running. It’s about what he does before and after the game. It makes people like Goober uncomfortable under their skin. No, he will probably be traded and after a while go inactive because of that. But at the end of the day, he will sleep better than his critics.