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BY GAWWW, he did it. Or maybe He did it. Because this was clearly a work of a higher power. That being DERPAXUS, the troll deity of all media. Even with the religious overtones present with every Tebow game, a lot of people attributed the comeback drive to magic. No matter that I’m pretty sure magic is a concept that Tim Tebow would find sacrilegious and grounds for death by burning.
For most of tonight, this was a game for quarterback atheism. So much of the coverage of football is fixated on the cult of the quarterback. Of course the position is important to a degree that we mistake it for almighty, but when you have a game that pits Mark Sanchez against Tim Tebow, that’s not the case at all. They’re both so very, very horrid. It’s like the quote from that self-loathing Cleveland fan video. Think of Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees. It’s like they’re not even playing the same sport as them. At least Tebow still has the excuse of relative inexperience as an NFL starter. Nacho, well…
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DENVER, CO -- Tim Tebow did it again. Backed up on their own five-yard line, Tebow marched down the field before scampering 20 yards for the go-ahead score with 56 seconds remaining in the game. That put the Denver Broncos up for good, 17-13, defeating the New York Jets on Thursday night.Tebow saw the Jets stack the box with nine defenders and man coverage on the edge. He rolled...
It’s official. Beating the Dolphins, the Raiders, and the Chiefs didn’t really count. Leading the Broncos from behind with a 95-yard drive against one of the best and proudest defenses in the NFL has taken Tebowmania to a new level. Tim Tebow and his Broncos, after a sluggish night through more than three quarters, put…
Tim Tebow is many things to many people. What he is not -- as far as we know -- is a hockey player. But people didn't think he was a quarterback either, and he's seemingly proved them wrong in his first five starts this season. Since it's fun to speculate about Tebow, NESN Nation's Dan Duquette asked our Twitter followers what position the Broncos' QB might best...
Tebow in actionWe don't think there has ever been a more polarizing figure in the history of the NFL then Tim Tebow. Criticism that he can't throw, experts saying he can't run a pro system, analysts saying there his mechanics are awful.But give the man this.He wins.The latest was a game winning 20-yard TD run with less than a minute to go and rallying his Denver Broncos...
Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan says watching his brother's team lose to Tim Tebow and the Broncos' college offense made him throw up.
Tim Tebow's 20-yard touchdown run with 58 seconds left capped a 95-yard drive and sent the Denver Broncos to a 17-13 victory over the stunned New York Jets on Thursday night.
Tim Tebow capped a 95-yard drive with a 20-yard touchdown run with 58 seconds to play, lifting the Broncos to a stunning 17-13 victory over the visiting Jets on Thursday night.
Darrelle Revis isn't concerned about Tim Tebow's arm and he's not concerned about Tim Tebow's legs. What is he concerned about it Tim Tebow's ability to lull him to sleep in the defensive backfield by orchestrating an offense that runs the ball 60 times per game.
"The biggest thing for the secondary is for us not to fall asleep,' Revis told reporters...
Florham Park, NJ -- Here we go again. It is said week in and week out but this is another big game for the New York Jets. Let's face it, every game from here on out is a big game for them, but that is beside the point. This week they have to focus on the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium, where the air is thin and the spirits are high from the semi-professional play of QB...
DENVER — As we’ve all come to know, Rex Ryan loves making guarantees as much as he loves eating Mexican food.
So in the spirit of Rex, here’s a guarantee: The 4-5 Broncos cannot and will not beat the 5-4 Jets with quarterback Tim Tebow throwing the ball eight...