ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- It might be a tough economy but there's one product these days that has sales soaring.
No. 15 jerseys.
They were seen all over when Tim Tebow was a reserve quarterback for the Denver Broncos. Now that he's been named the starter, there's been even more of a run on them.
"It's going to be like another home game for us," Broncos defensive tackle Marcus Thomas, who played with Tebow at Florida in 2006, vowed about Denver's game Sunday at Miami, when the Dolphins are honoring the Tebow-led 2008 national champion Gators. "Everybody wants to be out there just to see (Tebow). So you'll see a lot of Denver (No. 15) jerseys out there."
Well, there also will be plenty of Gators No. 15 jerseys, although those might look a bit more worn.
Since Tebow was named Denver's starter Oct. 11, the attendance-starved Dolphins have sold about 10,000 more tickets for Sunday. The game, which matches the 1-4 Broncos against 0-5 Miami, might even end up selling out.
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