Found January 12, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
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In five of their eight regular season victories, the Broncos scored 18 or fewer points.  That means Tim Tebow and the Denver offense were able to do enough to win those games, but if not for their defense coming up with timely stops the Broncos would never have even made the playoffs.  Naturally, Tebow has received all the hype and credit.  As long as the team is winning, the lack of attention Denver’s defense has received is just fine with veteran corner Champ Bailey. “We don’t get the credit I think we deserve, but at the same time, we don’t care,” Bailey said this week on Rich Eisen’s podcast according to NFL.com. “We are winning games. That’s what it’s all about; it’s a team sport. Tebow, he’s getting a lot of attention, but the more people watch him, the more people watch us. He’s one of our brothers, so we cheer for him. We want him to get that attention. He handles it well, which makes it even easier for us to like him.” All is well when you’re awaiting a match-up with Ne
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