Another form of ‘Chuckstrong?’

Unlike YouWager’s NFL football bettors, Chuck Norris doesn’t read articles on football. According to the legend, he just stares them down until he gets the information he needs. Fans say Brett Favre can throw a football for more than 50 yards. But Chuck Norris can throw Brett Favre even farther.

While the sports betting public may be amused by the myth of Chuck Norris, he is a real person. And the real person is very conservative, politically. According to a YouWager news source, Norris regularly posts his thoughts on a website that also features work by outspoken critics of the American Republic like Ted Nugent and Ann Coulter. YouWager’s source reports that now Mr. Norris is concerned about NFL football, and the future of Tim Tebow.

Norris feels the league is wrong to waste the talents of the young quarterback.

He wrote, “America has the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championships) and the UCP (Ultimate Clutch Players). One is mixed martial artists, and the other is quarterbacks of the NFL. They all are athletic warriors who are extremely determined to win. My favorite in the UFC is Georges St. Pierre. My favorite UCP in the NFL is Tim Tebow.”

According to YouWager’s source, Norris says he has followed Tebow’s career since he was a hot college quarterback. Norris said, “I have been following Tim since he became a quarterback for the Florida Gators, and I have never seen a more determined and inspiring athlete play the game of football. And I’m not alone in that sports assessment.”

Like many YouWager bettors, Norris believes the Jacksonville Jaguars would be a perfect home for the young man. Norris sees more than a fan base in Florida. He thinks Tebow is a “miracle-worker” that could turn the mediocre Jaguars into NFL champions. Norris blames Tebow’s unemployment on the media circus that circles around the controversial Christian.

YouWager’s source says Norris put it on the line. He wrote, “Won’t some visionary team take a shot on this American hero? All that is needed now is an owner, manager and coach of a football team who have the vision and faith to watch Tebow turn around their team. I guarantee that they will see positive results. I have been an athlete all of my life, being a six-time undefeated world middle weight champion in the martial arts, and I know a winner when I see one.”

Coaches that did not want to release their names told a YouWager source recently that the real reason no one wanted Tebow was more about the media frenzy that surrounds the man. It’s very distracting for a team, they said. Now, there is another factor to deal with- Chuck Norris.

Does any coach want to have to answer to Chuck Norris?

Norris is convinced. According to YouWager’s source, Norris says, “Tebow is a player who rises to the occasion and delivers big in critical game moments.”