Irate Broncos Fan Didn’t Like Tim Tebow’s Backwards Hat, Wrote a Letter About It

Shocking I know, but it’s true—there exists a Denver Broncos fan who’s not totally enamored with quarterback Tim Tebow.  But this displeasure has nothing to do with Tebow’s arm strength, accuracy or leadership qualities.

No, this irate fan is upset with Tebow’s hat wearing abilities, specifically his practice of wearing his baseball cap backwards—a style popular among baseball catchers, skateboarders, and overhyped back-up QBs.

So how does this Denver supporter express his anger with Tebow’s questionable cap wearing choice?

By hand-written letter of course.  What, was a telegram service not available?

The most puzzling aspect of this whole thing is that the letter wasn’t sent to Saint Tebow himself, but rather newly acquired receiver David Anderson, who then posted his first piece of “fan mail” to Twitter.  Not exactly what you’d call an ego booster, eh David?

Here’s a copy of the single-page letter (plus Post-It and newspaper clipping) from Broncos fan/scribe/wearer of forward facing hats only, “John”…

Based solely on this letter, I think I know what kind of person this “John” guy is—considering he took the time to put pen to paper and write a letter, he’s an older gentleman who is probably a decent father/grandfather/provider who, when he’s not rooting for his beloved Broncos, likes to entertain the family with stories of the history of brimmed hats, how he used to wear onions on his belt (which was the style at the time), and recount fondly the days when spanking children was a way of life, including the time when President Truman spanked him on two, non-consecutive occasions.

Oh, and that “John” could probably stand to find a more constructive use of his time.

 

Source:  JeffG via The Last Angry Fan.

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