When did it become a horrible thing to believe in God?

Baltimore Ravens linebacker, Terrell Suggs, took an unprovoked shot at Denver Broncos quarterback, Tim Tebow, earlier today. During an appearance on ESPN’s show, First Take, Suggs had this to say (via Yahoo! Sports):

“With all due respect we don’t need God on our sidelines,” Suggs said. “Once again God had to save Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos. He couldn’t even give them two drives? Seven to three?”[Referring to the score Denver lost by on Sunday.]

The trash-talking was seemingly unnecessary, as Suggs and the Ravens have a bye this week, and likely will not face the Broncos in the playoffs.

Suggs personal rant against Tebow didn’t stop there.  He went on to claim he could put up better numbers than Tebow at quarterback.

From the Bleacher Report:

Suggs was interviewed by notorious instigator Skip Bayless on ESPN’s First Take and told the television personality that he could put up similar numbers to his “man crush” Tim Tebow if he were playing quarterback in Denver.

From their, the religion mocking continued:

Not only did Suggs attack Tebow’s production and call the 8-8 Broncos “mediocre,” but he said he and the Ravens don’t need to pray on the sideline to win football games or be bailed out by a kicker.

“He’s alright. He’s alright. Let’s be honest, Skip, I can put up the numbers he was [putting up],” he said. “It’s all about numbers, baby. Give me a shot. Let’s see what we can do, create my own offense and hopefully my kicker can nail a 62-yarder to bail me out a few times, Jesus shows up. … That boy be praying on the sidelines, boy. I don’t feel comfortable [if] I’ve got to pray every fourth quarter like, ‘Oh my God, please come save me again.’”

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