Plane flying ‘Tebow, Why Not’ banner over Jacksonville Jaguars game (Photo)


Sept. 16, 2012; Jacksonville FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars fans try to stay dry in the rain during the second quarter of their game against the Houston Texans at EverBank Field. The Texans won 27-7. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars, who are currently taking on the Indianapolis Colts started off their Week Four strong, but things quickly fell apart.

Much of the failures can be attributed to quarterback Blaine Gabbert, who continues to throw the ball to the wrong team.

As if the added pressure from the Indianapolis Colts front seven wasn’t enough, he’s probably not feeling so hot after seeing an airplane flying above EverBank Field that read ‘Tebow, Why Not?”.

The banner was spotted by a fan who saw the airplane taking off from a local Jacksonville airport this morning en route to the game, though, there’s been no word on who paid for the message or if the airplane was flown by a fan.

Of course, the airspace over any sporting event is restricted air space so the plane isn’t flying directly over the game, but plenty of people reported seeing the flying message as they drove to the game.

Also – has anybody seen Tim Tebow recently and does he have a pilots license by any chance?

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H/T @BransonSmith

Tags: Blaine Gabbert Jacksonville Jaguars Tim Tebow

  • Captn

    Tebow sucks too!

    • MedicineBowCO

      Here in Denver, he was great when someone game him a chance. He headed up the NFL’s top running game. He created the “Tebow Time” phenomenon. Whenever you read about his passing arm, you get wild negative exaggerations. Never has a QB been so mistreated in NFL history. I think that’s objectively demonstrable. In all these negative articles, you always read that he is “divisive” or teams don’t want the “media circus” that goes with him. THAT is the real issue. Why is he “divisive?” I’ll let NFL management explain that. I wish he were still here.

      • Captn

        You wish he was still there but not as your QB. That year Gabbert was the #31 rated QB in the league, guess who was #32? That’s right, Tebow.

        • MedicineBowCO

          Well, golly gee, Captn must know what he’s talking about….duh.