As I noted last Friday, the English language allows nouns, even proper ones, to double as verbs. Of course, anyone with Internet access can google Google, and when 3-D printers become advanced enough, it should be possible (and with Xerox's permission, legal) to xerox a Xerox.
Now we can add "Tebow" to this list. The Tebow-Fascist Zombie Brigades™ have declared that ostentatiously praying in public is "tebowing," because Tim Tebow has done it so often on the football field. As it turns out, ...
... it is possible to tebow Tebow. Somehow, I suspect that this amuses Tim Tebow more than it offends him. Whatever floats your boat.
And there I sat, hoping to get a decent wideout for Tebow: To be fair, Colo Colo had its toughest lineup of the year. Even with one good receiver, the Ghost-Grey Cats would have struggled to win. But I really needed a good game from Tim Tebow. Instead, his value went down, taking my hopes for a decent receiver with it. Despite getting Michael Vick and Antonio Gates back, the Kittehs' receiving woes continued, causing a 97-87 loss.
While the Cats fell to 4-4, the Fluttering Horde rose to the same level. Kevin Walter continued to solidly spell Andre Johnson, the Buffalo Bills' kicker and defense performed brilliantly as bye-week substitutes, and the rest of the Horde starters (and Ahmad Bradshaw) kept being bad-asses. Only Dwayne Bowe's strong effort for Flying Hawai'ian prevented the Horde from doubling up yet another opponent. Instead, I had to "settle" for a 115-63 win.
Both teams are sit at .500, but only the Horde is set for a playoff run. The Horde is a serious threat even with Andre Johnson on the mend.