Tim Tebow vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Reclamation of 3:16

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Tim Tebow vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Reclamation of 3:16

"If Tebow can throw for 316 yards again this weekend, then hell, he can have the numbers and I'll have no problem with it."

WWE legend Stone Cold Steve Austin laid down the gauntlet for Tim Tebow’s rematch against the Patriots, challenging the Broncos quarterback to repeat his 316 passing yards and NFL-record 31.6 yards/completion performance against the Steelers.

Austin is known for his "Austin 3:16" catchphrase turned merchandise-empire, having coined the term in 1996 in response to fellow wrestler Jake "The Snake" Roberts' bible-preaching character.

Tim Tebow is on the side of returning 3:16 to John, as shown on his eye black many times throughout his college career. Now with interfering NFL rules, the Christian Warrior has found a new way to get the message of the bible across.

As the largest culture icons attached to the 3:16 verse (sorry Rainbow Man), Tebow will attempt to surpass Austin's impact on 3:16, along with beating the Patriots this Saturday.

Here's a look at the two cultural icons in "The Reclamation of 3:16!"

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