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Reader: Tim Tebow's incredible win streak like a pigskin version of Rosemary's Baby

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Our post about the Broncos' latest inexplicable Tim Tebow-led victory, this time over the Vikings, inspired one reader to wonder, tongue-in-cheek style, if there isn't something unholy about all the miracles.

Horror-movie buffs, take note.

Eric writes:

I've watched this for 8 weeks now and still can't figure out what I'm seeing.

The way everything goes down is almost creepy.

The only conclusion to be drawn is that this is the real life version of the 1968 movie "Rosemary's Baby," with Timmy in the role John Cassavetes played, and the roles originally played by Ralph Bellamy, Ruth Gordon, and Sydney Blackmer are now most capably held down by Dan Caplis and the Focus on the Family cultists.

Talk about "pre-ordained"!

For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.

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