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The Denver Broncos won their fifth straight game and tied the Oakland Raiders for the AFC West lead with their 35-32 win in Minnesota Sunday. It was another thrilling come-from-behind victory for Tim Tebow and company. BTer’s, let’s dish out game balls.
Replacing the injured Von Miller, Haggan did a great job filling a void on Denver’s defense. He didn’t provide a pass rush like only Miller can, but Haggan finished the day with 12 tackles (which was a team high) and recorded a 16-yard interception return for a touchdown giving the Broncos an early 7-3 lead. My game ball this week goes to Haggan. – Jon Heath
The Vikings, who may well be a better team than their record indicates, set out to make Tebow win the game with his arm. In the first half of the game, it really looked like this was a defensive strategy that was going to work. Then, after halftime, something funny happened. The offense went back to a mostly normal, pro-style offense. And Tim Tebow won...
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FOXBORO, Mass. -- Mike Shanahan has done as much for the Broncos' organization as just about anyone, save for quarterback John Elway, but he never sparked a Shanny-mania. Shanahan, the current Redskins head coach who led the Broncos to a pair of Super Bowl titles in 14 seasons, loves to see what quarterback Tim Tebow has done for the Denver organization. Tebow has sparked a tremendous...
Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow did it again. Tebow led another late rally to help the Denver Broncos beat the Minnesota Vikings 35-32 at the Metrodome on Sunday afternoon. Tebow passed for a season-high 202 yards and scored two third-quarter touchdowns to lead the Broncos to their fifth straight win. And once again the pro-Tebow fans...Read the Rest...
Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow led a fourth-quarter comeback to defeat the Vikings 35-32 at Mall of America Field.
Tim Tebow led yet another late rally, passing for a season-best 202 yards and two third-quarter touchdowns to help the Denver Broncos win their fifth straight game with a 35-32 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
Tim Tebow and the Broncos may be headed to prime time again, but not if CBS gets its way.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller will miss Sunday's game at Minnesota because of the right thumb he had recently had surgery on.
The rookie practiced Friday with a hard cast but was listed as questionable on the injury report. Miller is third in the league with 10 1/2 sacks. He will be replaced by Mario Haggan.
Miller, the second overall pick in this year's draft, tore...
The NFL Most Valuable Player award is given annually to the player who is deemed to be the most valuable in the league throughout the course of the season. Legendary gridiron warriors like Jim Brown, Johnny Unitas, and Joe Montana have all received MVP honors at one time or another. Modern day heroes such as Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and the on again off again Brett Favre are multiple...
It was a familiar ending for the Broncos. But how they got there? Not at all, as Tim Tebow's best pro passing day furthered Denver's storybook season. Peter King surveys Week 13.
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Chicago Bears vs Denver Broncos Odds
Can Tim Tebow continue to weave his strange magic this week as the Denver Broncos host the Chicago Bears?
The Bears are 6-1-1 ATS in their past 8 games with the Broncos since 1981, but they scored just 3 points last week and still don't have a QB with...
With the Jets win yesterday, it’s kept them in the hunt for the wildcard. While the Jets won and the Bengals loss were good things, the upheaval in the AFC West has brought some more party crashers. Here’s some of the other teams who are vying for contention of the AFC playoff berths to keep an eye on.
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