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Tim Tebow and the trend of Tebowing is going world wide. You knew it was only a matter of time until the Taiwanese animators we all know and love made their spin on it.
Tebow is one of the NFL’s most polarizing players, and his signature prayer-celebration, referred to as Tebowing, has replaced planking as a national fad. The Broncos have gone 3-1 (the one a 45-10 drubbing by the Detroit Lions) since he replaced former Boilermakers and Chicago Bears star Kyle Orton as starting quarterback.
Tebow doesn’t actually throw well, take a look at his passing stats, and his ugly mechanics but Denver has played some zone read-option in their offense; similar to what Tebow did for the Florida Gators in college.
Therefore, Tebow is kind of becoming a NFL version of a Taylor Martinez or Denard Robinson “single threat” QB who puts up great rushing numbers but can’t throw. “Jump pass anyone?”
The Broncos beat the Kansas City Chiefs 17-10 on Sunday after beating the Oakland Raiders 38-24 the week...
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The Tim Tebow Foundation and CURE International are teaming up to build a children's hospital in the Philippines, where the Denver Broncos quarterback was born.
The Tebow CURE Hospital in Davao City on the island of Mindanao, a particularly poor area of the Philippines, will be a 30-bed surgical facility focusing on orthopedics.
The groundbreaking will be held in January and...
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Broncos coach John Fox was trying to give his QB a compliment, but his words came off more like criticism.
Jeez, what can’t this guy do? Other than competently throw a football and run a pro-style offense, that is. Oh, and all that stuff the Bible instructs us not to do, too. Can’t forget about those things. I think they’re called sinful acts, but then again, I’m no theologian. Nor a moral person. Surprisingly, the [...]
As the Denver Broncos fine-tune the playbook to fit Tim Tebow's style, they have become increasingly reliant on the ground game.
PFT Live: The Broncos ofense is being more taliored to Tim Tebow, so the team is running, running and running the ball only. (NBC Sports)
Does New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis think the option offense can work in the NFL? Yes.Does he think Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow can be successful at it? That’s a negative.“Yeah [the option can work], if you have … [visit site to read more]Jets Revis doesn’t think highly of Tim Tebow - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs...
NFL head coaches do not specialize in being honest and forthcoming. Trying to get candor out of one of them is akin to trying to milk an anvil. This is why John Fox, head coach of the Denver Broncos, is today's hero.
The honesty that somehow shot forth from his mouth wasn't even anything we all didn't already know -- but it's so honest, and thus, so refreshing, that...
Tim Tebow only completed two passes against the Chiefs on Sunday.
It turned out one was all he really needed.
The former Heisman Trophy winner connected with Eric Decker on a 56-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, helping the Denver Broncos beat the Kansas City Chiefs 17-10 despite playing almost the entire game without their top two running backs.
Willis McGahee went down...
In his prime, Mark Brunell was one of the league's most mobile quarterbacks. Now the 41-year-old simply plays in practice, performing the Tim Tebow role in drills to help the Jets prepare for Thursday's showdown with the Broncos.