In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover NCAA '11?

January 28, 2010 -

Florida Gator All American quarterback Tim Tebow will appear in a pair of commercials airing during this year’s Super Bowl that were paid for by a conservative Christian group.

According to the Huffington Post, the 30-second spots will feature Tebow and his mother Pam attempting to convey their belief, in so many words, that abortion is wrong. It’s expected that the ads will tell the story of Pam falling ill during a missionary trip to the Philippines while pregnant. Ignoring the advice of doctors to abort her pregnancy, Mrs. Tebow eventually gave birth to her 5th child, the eventual 2007 Heisman Trophy winner, Tim.

Tebow on the ads:

I've always been very convicted of it (his views on abortion) because that's the reason I'm here, because my mom was a very courageous woman. So any way that I could help, I would do it.

Focus on the Family is the group paying for the commercials.

To be fair, Tebow has never tried to hide his religious beliefs and he has done an incredible amount of missionary work on behalf of the disadvantaged, much of it in the Philippines (where he was born).

How does this jibe with videogames? Tebow has been rumored to be in negotiations with Electronic Arts to become the cover athlete for NCAA Football 2011, a natural progression for perhaps college football’s most well-known current player.

The question for our readers is—do you think Tebow’s public anti-abortion stance should preclude EA from signing him as the poster boy for the next NCAA Football game? Or, is it not that big of a deal?


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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

It's not a big deal! :) He is standing up for his beliefs. Just like everyone else celebrity or not stands up for their beliefs.

 

 

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It's no big deal.

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If Tebow or any other athlete were to make a pro-abortion/pro-choice ad should that preclude them from being a EA cover athlete?  If your answer is no, then your answer for this post should be the same.

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Gutter journalism GP? Shame on you.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

This is the same issue I was having with Dennis's GP articles at the end.

Why the hell is this on GP? If you want to know what we think, or want to share your opinion, post it as a question to the readers of the Forums not as a news article.This is another knee jerking article that really should not be here. Now if it was brought up by another news outlet, then I could understand. But this is trying to invent a story out of BS.

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Everyone has the right to there opinion. He's fine.

"The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits." -Albert Einstein

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Yup, as long as the opinion is over there and not over here, it's fine. 

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If EA can stand by Tiger Woods because what he does outside of the game doesn't matter, then they should keep Tebow because what he does outside of the game doesn't matter.

 

Plus, all he's doing is offering an opinion, compared to Tiger fooling around on his wife.

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Does it matter to me? Not in the slightest.
Does it matter to EA? I'm sure there's a board meeting happening over just this question.

It's not that abortion is right or wrong to them: it's about the millions of people in this country who take very strong stances on either side of the issue. If EA keeps him as the cover boy for their upcoming game, someone's going to have a problem with it.

Don't believe me? I personally know people who choose not to eat at certain fast food chains simply because their corporate owners have made contributions to one political party or another in the past. Yes, these people exist.

I gaurantee that someone will try to organize a boycott of this game or EA's products in general just because of this man's beliefs. There's no telling how much steam it could actually get - probably very little - but it will happen, and it will affect EA's sales in some way.

That being said, we all know how much EA loves money. So, if they get the slightest idea that this issue will cause them to lose money, they'll pull the plug faster than Mass Effect 2's DLC got released.

Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

Lol, in fact, I KNOW of a few groups that are attempting to organize a boycott of the Super Bowl, due to this very issue. I think they are nuts, and you can count on me to be sitting my ass in front of the TV with a 12 pack of beer on one side and chips and salsa on the other. I personally have no preference on who wins, but football is football, and it's always fun to watch.

Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

Since the Saints won (by a field goal in overtime, just like the last NFC Championship game the Vikings went to, which I predicted would happen BECAUSE of the last NFC Championship game they went to), I don't care who wins, either.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

Actually, Jedi, the last time the Vikings were in the NFC Title game before last Sunday, they were shut out 41-0 by the Giants in the 2000 season.

Geaux Saints, Geaux Tigers, Geaux Hornets, Jack Thompson can geaux chase a chupacabra. "Pigs have flown! Hell has frozen over! The Saints are on their way to the Super Bowl!"

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

I have to say, though.. As a Green Bay fan, I wasn't exactly impressed with the Saint's blatantly obvious gameplan of "Try to injure Favre." Some of those hits were not only uncalled for, they were downright unsportsmanlike. I don't like watching dirty play, even if it's against a traitor.

Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

Do I think he should be blacklisted because he holds some opinion that has diddly squat to do with sports?  Ummm, no.

Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

So long as he doesn't try to have them make the game political, let the man on the box.

Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

But it's not him EA has to worry about making it political, it's the opponents who will, and that's something EA has to carefully consider.

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Yes, I think it should preclude him.

If I was EA I wouldn't use him because thats a business decision and it could turn off a lot of potential customers. If they drop him that will be why. I know I wouldn't buy the game with his face on the cover. 

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Yeah, because people are going to buy a sports game based solely on the political belief of the star on the cover, right?

If that's the case, Madden would have flopped a long time ago.  Hell, people don't like EA and they STILL sell a shit-ton of games.  Just because the guy on the cover goes on TV and says he doesn't like abortion and explains why, doesn't mean that the game is going to flop.  You're a fool if you think that people into college sports games are THAT deep.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

Why would him being on the cover even matter really? Does it make the game any less enjoyable? Does it change the game in someway if he's on the cover or not? Doess having his face on the cover of a game some how make you different then who you are? I honestly think it's kinda silly to make a choice to play a game or not simply because there's a guy on the cover that you dislike. It's just a picture...dun like it? Make your own and put it over it?

Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

But there are people who would "Vote with their wallets," essentially. Many people here would decide not to buy from EA based on the perception that EA is Anti-Choice, just like many people would decide not to buy if they were percieved as Pro-Choice. It's up to EA to decide what the relative risk is, and ultimately, whether to give him the job.

Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

The Pro-Abortion groups have been arguing that the ad on CBS is one-sided.  That their views are not being expressed in the ad.  And that is the problem with their stance.  As pointed out, and as Val pointed out to me earlier, CBS has that "No Advocacy Ad" Policy.  Had opponents of the ad merely stuck to arguing against the ad based solely on that policy, they more than likely would have found support from a great many directions.  But because the Choice being expressed in the ad isn't the Choice Pro-Abortionists want expressed, that's what they are arguing.

But the EA issue is seperate.  Remember, EA is backing Tiger Woods, despite HIS controversy, because they are focusing solely on Tiger's sporting ability.  Just as they should be doing with Tebow.  If, however, they had developed a policy that they won't do business with sport stars who have controversial lives... well... they'd be out of the sports gaming business.

Some are calling this a non-issue with EA.  But, I think in both cases (Tiger Woods AND Tebow), how the consumer population, and even the attempt to influence and manipulate the business by various organizations, might be interesting to keep a watch on.  In Tebow's and CBS's case, the organizations COULD have argued the issue of policy.  But what COULD they draw on in the case of EA?

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

"The Pro-Abortion"

It's 'pro-choice'. Yes, the distinction matters, or would you prefer to be called 'pro-control' rather than 'pro-life'?

Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

The specific issue of abortion is what is referred to.  Choice is a broad term covering a great many issues.  Just as the issue of Life is a broad term covering a great many issues.

So, yes, when dealing with the more specific issue of abortion, I will use the term "Pro-Abortion" and "Anti-Abortion".  If you want to throw a smoke screen over the issue by using broad terms, that's your problem.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

"If you want to throw a smoke screen over the issue by using broad terms, that's your problem."

My problem? You're the one changing the terms to whatever fits your narrow definition of the situtation. So, to use your logic, you are pro-force-a-woman-to-have-a-baby-even-if-she's-been-raped.

Deal with it and have a nice day.

 

And shouldn't the issue be why have Tebow on the next cover when he's graduated? I don't play the NCAA games, so is this a normal thing to do?

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Another lie and deceit to smoke screen the issue of abortion.  At no point was the very specific reason for abortion brought up.  So, at no point were very specific reasons for abortion discussed.

Therefore, your claim is false and fraudulent.  You've proven you have no facts to back up your stance, so you make false and fraudulent claims.  BTW, fraud includes lying and deceiving to deprive an individual of a Right.  Not just deprive an individual of property, financial or otherwise.

The issue was abortion.  The sides are Pro-Abortion and Anti-Abortion.  Now, YOU deal with it.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

I prefer "Anti-Choice" to describe the Anti-Abortion crowd. They are opposed to giving women the choice of what to do with their body. Rather, they'd prefer that all women suffer the "consequences" of pregnancy, whether or not the pregnancy would threaten the life or wellbeing of the woman in question.

It's a shame, since I don't hold a grudge against women who CHOOSE to have children. You'd think that they'd have the same respect, and not hold a grudge against women who CHOOSE not to have the child. But, no. Like I said, they are Anti-Choice.

Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

Vald, weren't you just complaining about people being preachy? The titles of the argument are based off of the beliefs of each group. The respectful and not annoying pro-life believers don't call you"anti-life". Why? Because it isn't a fair name, it doesn't represent what your side believes in, and, as a title, is a stupid one, as is the one you are giving to those just because you lack any ability to see there point of view. Funny, after all the complaints on preaching that you would start to annoyingly and offensively give out yours. Not that it surprises me really.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

See my other response regarding the broad terms of Choice and Life.  As you can see from your own comment, usage of the broad terms Choice and Life are nothing more than smoke screen deceptions to veer away from the facts (and yes, contrary to the arguments put forth by either side who fight on religious grounds, there ARE scientific facts that contradict the Pro-Abortion stances) of the more specific issue of abortion.

And, yes, before some twit trys to claim that logical arguments would exclude emotional ones in specific abotion situations, the fact is that logic and emotion CAN co-exist.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

Actually, CBS had said on Tuesday that they had changed their policy regarding advocacy ads, thus allowing the ad to air.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

Thanks.  Found this:

http://www.witn.com/sports/headlines/82708327.html

When I saw your reference, my initial thought was "convenent answer by CBS".  But, looking at the article, and knowing how TV has evolved over the decades (look as what is "acceptable" now versus what was just a couple of decades ago), it's possible.  The article points out even the UCC ad would be allowed today where it wasn't a few years ago.  Of course, we only have CBS's CLAIM that they would.

Of course, the last line was the most hilarious part of the article:

""An ad that uses sports to divide rather than to unite has no place in the biggest national sports event of the year - an event designed to bring Americans together," said Jehmu Greene, president of the media center."

Uh, sports DO divide... they divide the fans heavily.  Not to mention the teams aren't united.  That's the whole point to competition after all.  And get the right set of fans, and you'll have a riot before, during, or after the game.  Wouldn't be the first time criminal activity played a part with the fans of a sport.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

I think Jehmu's quote is more that sport at least brings people together for the purpose of watching it played out. People travel to other parts of a country they may not normally and may mingle with people they'd never usually meet.

Of course, that's not always the case with hooligans. I suppose there will always be divisions in any activity or pastime.

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To be honest, they could put Micheal Vick on the cover of Madden and I wouldn't care. They could put Bin Laden on the cover of NCAA 11 and I wouldn't notice. 

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As much as I hate Holier than thou Anti-Abortion zealots, I can't see why his political views should exclude him from the cover. I mean, It's kind of annoying and dishonest of CBS that as little as one or two years ago, they denied an ad for a Homosexual Friendly church, citing that they don't air "Advocasy Ads," and all of a sudden, this Anti-Abortion message comes along and they are all for it. But, hey, it's their right, and it's EA's right to put whoever they want on the cover. If he's excluded from the cover because of this, so be it, but it certainly wouldn't be a political move, it would be a profit based move.

So, yeah, as far as politics go, this is a non-issue.

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"As much as I hate Holier than thou Anti-Abortion zealots"

So there are pro-life people you don't think are holier-than-thou? Or are you just labeling all pro-choice people that?

"I mean, It's kind of annoying and dishonest of CBS that as little as one or two years ago, they denied an ad for a Homosexual Friendly church, citing that they don't air "Advocasy Ads," and all of a sudden, this Anti-Abortion message comes along and they are all for it."

I actually agree with you here. It does show a lack of integrity.

 

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"So there are pro-life people you don't think are holier-than-thou"

Yes. I've met a number of people who don't believe in Abortion, but are not annoying or preachy about it. This guy, however, has the clear goal of influencing politics through his appearance on a commercial during the Super Bowl to tell his story.

Now, let me be clear. It annoys me. I hate preachy evangelizing, ESPECIALLY if it happens to oppose my beliefs. However, his political beliefs shouldn't automatically disqualify him for the EA Cover Job. If EA decides it would be more profitable or less controversial to put someone else on their cover, so be it, it's their right. It would be hypocritical of me to say that someone can't hold a private sector job due to their political beliefs, though.

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"Yes. I've met a number of people who don't believe in Abortion, but are not annoying or preachy about it."

I'm sorry, but I still don't understand what separates "annoying or preachy" from those who express their beliefs without annoyance in your eyes. The same for "holier-than-thou", a phrase you annoyingly attached to me once. Just because he's spreading his belief, even in an a way that could debateably be called "annoying" doesn't make him "holier-than-thou". He isn't even trying to claim some sort of spiritual superiority, from what I have read.

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Wait, the moment someone expresses their beliefs, no matter what they are, they're preachy and annoying?

I believe a cheese sandwich to be superior to all other sandwiches.

How is that preachy?  I know it's annoying, yeah, but preachy?

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I have to agree. Im against people jumping in others faces and cramming their opinions in their face and forcing them to join, i think that people should simply have open discussions with those who are different and let them make their choice freely.

But it just seems that those who are religious cant even talk about their opinions without beeing called preachy. From what ive seen it sounds like people are saying that people can be free to talk about their beliefs openly, unless your part of a religion, then your not allowed because your telling us what we should do.

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IF ! He was in a comercial that was him saying that anyone who supports abortion is a serial killing monster that should be killed by an angry mob id be against it. But if this is simply him and his mom sitting there saying that they are against abortion because they think its wrong and she is glad she didnt get one, id be open, its their opinion. We need to realize that living in a contry where opinions are allowed were gonna hear ones we think are: wrong/ stupid/ etc... But we need to learn to deal with it, because someone could be thinking the same about you.

 

Although, honestly. Id prefer to watch the Superbowl without any of these Current Issue ads, i just want Football and scantidly clad women selling things that i have no interest in buying. I dont wanna think, its FOOTBALL !!!

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well remember, while WE don't see why it should exclude him from the cover, we also didn't see why sponsors should drop Wood's, but few of them did.

Now because EA stood by tiger, saying it doesn't affect his golfing, i imagine they'll take the same stance here.

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Do i think it should? no, but the question does raise some interesting issues that i think some of the above fail to see.

As with tiger woods, precendent does indeed exist that companies take public image and personal choice/action in to account when selecting their cover men/women, in theory are they related? no, in reality, as far as companies are concerned, they are.

Abortion is a really heated issue, and it's possible that EA may drop him, not because they are pro-life or pro-choice, but simply because they know somebody, somewhere, is going to make an issue out of this, trying to imply EA is attempting to spread a political messege, and EA may wish to opt for someone else just to prevent that possibility.

Not to mention that if this commercial aires, it's not longer just his personal belief, it becomes a part of his public image, therefore it isn't as seperate as some may believe.

Also, i don't think those who say no, myself included until now, may realize the consequences of such a hasty decision. By taking the stance that personal belief and actions should not hamper someone's ability to be chosen for such a publicity, we indirectly give our blessings to perhaps Micheal Vick to appear on the cover of madden, which i honestly would oppose given what he did.

By saying no, we give those who don't deserve the honor a undeserved second chance to become a public figure who little kids look up to.

By saying yes, we condemn someone to fall from greathood because of something we subjectively call a mistake.

Personally i see the former as the lesser evil to the latter, but then again i thought introducing my friend to video games was a good idea...and judging by her 2 year fail fest at FFX, i'm probably not the greatest authority on what constitues a great idea for all (ie: this is opinion, not fact, debate welcome, immature asses who flame are not.).

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If he was actively pro-choice, anti-abortion activists would be hounding EA to kick him off the cover.

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Pro-Abortion activists are trying to get the superbowl ad pulled. 

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Unfortunately as much as I want to say that it won't effect everything, that he has a right to his opinion, Pro-Choice groups are riding this ad hard. Which from everything I've been hearing on the news is just him and his mom recanting she made the choice to not kill him...which...is still technically pro-choice, and not really condeming anyone...I'll make a clear decission on the stupid thing when I see it.

 

That said, with the Pro-Choice groups trying to make a huge ass deal out of it...it really could affect EA's decission. I hope it doesn't because that's really stupid, but it would depend on how much of a frenzy the Pro-choice guys can whip up and how the ad is recieved when viewed.

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The pro choice groups are making a big deal out of it because CBS has a standing policy to no air controversial commercials.

Many people wonder if CBS would air a pro choice ad.

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"...do you think Tebow’s public anti-abortion stance should preclude EA from signing him as the poster boy for the next NCAA Football game?"

As one has nothing to do with the other, no I do not.  However, if EA for whatever reason believes his opinion is going to negatively impact game sales, then they should sign someone else.

 

Andrew Eisen

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It shouldn't preclude him appearing on the cover any more than it should a vocally pro-choice athlete.  Whether or not the ads should be shown during the Super Bowl (or the logical leap from "I chose not to get an abortion" to "nobody should be allowed to choose whether to have an abortion") is a separate debate.

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 How dare you try to make an issue out of this.

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Does his stance on abortion in anyway change the quality of his football playing?  If not, then I don't care what his stance is when he is doing something directly related to football. 

Now, if he shows up at my door with information pamphlets it might be a different story.

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Re: In Light of Looming Super Bowl Ad, Should Tebow Cover ...

Well, seeing how he's a pro-football player, I'm going to guess that anyone would take a pamphlet from him if he showed up at their door simply because their intimidated by his "too big to be allowed" size.

 
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Andrew EisenWell of course. Girls don't buy figurines and guys don't buy figurines of girls. And no, the girls that buy figurines and the guys that buy figurines of girls don't count. The money belongs on the table, thank you very much!10/21/2014 - 12:43pm
IanCI have 3 of the Disney Infinity figures even though i don't have the game (Rapunzel from Tangled, and Anna & Elsa from Frozen, purely because its the only way to get figures from those two films)10/21/2014 - 12:23pm
Andrew EisenGlad you said "Pokemon." That's the first time I've seen anyone use that abbreviation.10/21/2014 - 12:14pm
MaskedPixelanteGot my demo key for ORAS, hope I get some awesome Pokemon to bring over.10/21/2014 - 12:08pm
E. Zachary KnightNot owning a WiiU helps too.10/21/2014 - 11:39am
E. Zachary KnightI have avoided Skylanders and Disney Infinity so far, so I don't see how Amiibos will get me in their grasp.10/21/2014 - 11:39am
 

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