Planking was so last week; it's all about "Tebowing" these days.
There really is no way to stop the phenomenon of Tim Tebow. The Denver Broncos quarterback has inspired a new mania on the Web in only the past few hours.
It's called "Tebowing." It's the act of "getting down on one knee to start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different," according to the website Tebowing.com.
Tebow has been photographed many times kneeling down with his elbow on his knee and fist or forearm on the forehead. The act of Tebowing, similar to planking, involves someone taking your "action" photo and then posting it to Twitter or Facebook.
The new site shows people Tebowing at a chiropractor's office, in an operating room, at the U.S. Capitol and even in Korea.
While this figures to be a passing fancy, the site is trying to cash in by selling T-shirts and hats with a specially designed Tebowing logo.
Tebow's supernatural powers have helped the Broncos on the field. He already has two fourth-quarter game-winning 13-point comebacks in just four starts. John Elway, by comparison, had two in his Hall of Fame career.
The beloved Broncos quarterback will be under center this weekend as Denver plays host to the Detroit Lions.
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