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How Tim Tebow fares as a passer against the Chiefs' secondary will determine how the day goes at Arrowhead Stadium for both he and the Broncos.
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The Broncos used an unorthodox approach to better utilize their unconventional quarterback, Tim Tebow, in last Sunday's win over the Raiders.
Tim Tebow is learning how quickly fortunes can change in the NFL.
Just one week after pundits pronounced Denver's hopes were finished and Tebow was incapable of playing quarterback in the NFL, he helped the Broncos get right back into the AFC West race.
Tebow threw two TD passes and ran for 117 yards, Willis McGahee added 163 yards rushing and two more scores and the Broncos...
The Broncos have decided to use Tim Tebow in an option look at times because of what coach John Fox calls Tebow's "unique skill set."
Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson spent the last couple of days studying video of the Denver Broncos offense and...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer Jerheme Urban hasn't been playing a whole lot of wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs lately. He has only one catch all season, and that was in the opener.
He might as well play quarterback for the Denver Broncos.
Or at least try to imitate it.
You see, Urban stands 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds, and he has some experience...
John Leyba, The Denver PostBroncos executive vice president of football operations John Elway.
Broncos executive John Elway said quarterback Tim Tebow showed improvement in Sunday’s 38-24 win over Oakland, but added that he needs to be better throwing the football.
Elway spent most of his half-hour segment answering questions about Tebow during his weekly radio show with Vic Lombardi...
After two weeks of prep time over the bye week, the Raiders were set to face the Broncos on Sunday. The Broncos field one of the more simple offenses in the NFL due in large part to their quarterback, Tim Tebow, who has a limited NFL skillset. But that didn't seem to matter against the Raiders as they were embarrassed by the Broncos 38-24.
It was the second shameful performance...
Broncos coach John Fox said Monday that Tim Tebow’s performance against the Raiders was his best outing of the year. We agree; it wasn’t even close. It was also necessary for Tebow to play better in order to keep his job. Broncos executive John Elway confirmed as much. “If we’d have seen what happened the…