Found October 23, 2011 on Shutdown Corner:
For 55 minutes of Sunday's game, Tim Tebow was more dud than savior. His Denver Broncos were down 15-0 to the winless Miami Dolphins and the quarterback's uneven play was a big reason why. And then he turned water into wine. Facing a 15-point deficit on the road with the ball on his own 20-yard line, Tebow orchestrated a stunning fourth-quarter comeback, capped by a two-point coversion run with 0:25 on the clock that tied the game and forced overtime. In the extra session, Tebow and the Broncos were aided by a Dolphins fumble that set up a game-winning 52-yard field goal by Matt Prater. For most of the game, it appeared Tebow's first start of 2011 would give his detractors ammunition for a week of anti-Tim rhetoric. He looked lost at times, turning his back to his receivers and fluttering passes all over the field. His legs saved him from trouble on a few occasions, but not enough to make up for erratic throws and panicked play. His team was equally inadequate, getting d...
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