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In his Snap Judments, Don Banks touches on the Broncos' latest dramatic win behind Tim Tebow, the job prospects for Tony Sparano and Raheem Morris, Houston's injury bug and more.
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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 and the Broncos may be headed to prime time again, but not if CBS gets its way.
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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.
Dec 11, 4:05 PM | Grass of Sports Authority Field at Mile High
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A day later, Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris stood behind his decision to send defensive tackle Brian Price to the locker room in the second half of Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers.
In a Dec. 4 story on the NFL game between Carolina and Tampa Bay, The Associated Press erroneously quoted Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris following a 38-19 loss. The coach, referring to what Morris described as poor play by his team, said: "I can take getting beat by a better football team, which they were." Morris did not say, "I wish they were."
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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