Tim Tebow Didn't Make the All-Star Team Despite Being Only Actual Star

Stephen Douglas

Arizona Fall League Fall Star rosters were announced on Monday and Tim Tebow’s name was nowhere to be seen. That’s right, the biggest name in Arizona Fall League history is not a Fall Star. Not that he would be able to play anyway because of injury, but seriously, how many lives does a guy have to save to get recognized in this league?

This obviously means that there are no fan ballots for the Fall Star Game because the dozen people who would have filled one out obviously would have written-in Tebow. The good news is that brand awareness for the Arizona Fall League Fall Star Game will see a 1000% uptick after this post. Now for some leftover jokes.

Tebow was the leading vote-getter for the Fail-Star Team.

More like No-Star Game.

Fall Star Game ratings hit new low, retain less than 25% of audience who watched lead-in, 9-year old Jennifer Garner film.

The Arizona Fall League All Fall-Star ballot was filled out by a record 2 people this year.

Should Tebow contest these results? That’s not really a joke. Just a topical, political reference.

Tebow will still have as many Fall Star Game hits as he would if he actually played in the Fall Star Game.

Well the votes don’t start coming and they still don’t start coming…