By now you've probably heard about the Playboy.com pictures with one Erin Drewes, nude except for body-paint of the Florida No. 15 jersey, complete with "Tebow" on the back.
Drewes, of course, became Internet famous for the false rumor that she was Tim Tebow's girlfriend, after she showed up in a picture with Tebow.
Bloggers posted about it, and -- thanks to that -- she became the default result when the curious would type "Tebow girlfriend" into Google. Which happens a lot, apparently. (I am actually shocked that "Tebow girlfriend" or "Erin Drewes" weren't Top 100 on Google Trends today.)
Now consider the absurdity: A woman who isn't even Tim Tebow's girlfriend -- just someone mistaken for Tim Tebow's girlfriend -- lands a photo deal on Playboy.com.
And people still question whether a blog entirely dedicated to covering the Tebow phenomenon has enough material to support itself?