This past weekend’s NFL results were a mixed-bag for Jewdar. On the one hand, coming from Wisconsin (home to the new Miss America), Jewdar was disappointed by Green Bay’s loss to a team that calls itself the New York Giants but plays in New Jersey. (Let’s face it–the Giants and the Jets are like the Jews for Jesus of the NFL.) On the other hand, in what may have been the most important game of the millennium, the Patriots beat the Broncos. What made the stakes of this so high? Well, in the last few weeks, a whole lot of fans had envisioned that a Broncos victory would herald the Second Coming of Christ, and Jewdar can attest that not a few Jews were starting to have their own Second Thoughts. Not only has Tebow been crucified (well, maybe not crucified, but 45-10 is pretty damn close), but it was done by the Patriots, owned by Yiddishe macher Robert Kraft. Final Score: Jews 2, Jesus 0.