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Tebow, Belichick Will Be a Heavenly Match

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The buzz sparked by the news that Tim Tebow would sign with the New England Patriots nearly broke the Internet on Monday afternoon. At least, it felt that way.

In March, I wrote an open letter to Tebow in which I begged him to sign with the Patriots. I'm an unabashed fan of both the "Patriot Way" and "Tebowmania," so I can't wait for this next chapter. This move makes a ton of sense for both the player and the team.

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