Found December 26, 2011 on
Guess who’s 2-1 as an NFL owner and has home-field advantage throughout the playoffs? This guy. So good luck to the 49ers and Saints coming into ‘our’ turf in the middle of January. Suck it, Brees. Your morning front page of the Green Bay Gazette. What else is going on? Denver is freaking out with a beat Kyle Orton & we’re in scenario. Guess who Tebow thanked after getting his ass handed to him in Buffalo? Jesus. Read this – third graf. Let’s get rolling!
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There have been classic rematches. Highly anticipated rematches. And then there is the dreaded rematch: Kansas City's Kyle Orton vs. Denver's Tim Tebow.
The Chiefs saw the best and worst of quarterback Kyle Orton on Saturday. They saw him throw two critical interceptions, both in Oakland territory. They saw him called for intentional grounding twice in crucial situations. They saw some of the reasons two other teams have given up on him in the last four years.
It is tough to get a lot of smack talk out of Tim Tebow due to his belief system. While, he would never guarantee a victory, the quarterback has always been coy to never directly talk smack talk to another player, but he always focuses on his childhood dream of being a professional NFL player.
Of course, his childhood dream not only includes him playing for an NFL organization,...
He's revived a foundering franchise with last-minute magic and put the buzz back in the Broncos. Tim Tebow's next challenge is rebounding from the worst game of his career.
Tebow threw four interceptions in a 40-14 loss at Buffalo on Christmas Eve, two of which were returned for touchdowns in a 19-second span.
If Tebow was shaken by the first four-interception game of his...
The Denver Broncos' decision to put their season in the hands of the untested Tim Tebow rather than Kyle Orton might ultimately be judged by the outcome of next Sunday's game, when Orton returns to Denver with the Kansas City Chiefs. Tebow and Orton, who once vied for the starting quarterback spot in Denver's training camp, find themselves facing off again with significantly...
When the Broncos were in the midst of a six-game winning streak recently, John Fox seemed to find much humor in any questions involving a quarterback and the phrase, “best chance to win.”
You’ll probably remember that Fox frequently used those words to explain why Kyle Orton was named the starting quarterback in training camp and why he remained the starter through the first...
Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow hopes Sunday is the day he beats the guy he
couldn't beat out in training camp -- Kyle Orton, who brings the Kansas City
Chiefs (6-9) to Denver with a shot at spoiling the playoff hopes of a team that
shunted him aside.
Well the Chiefs’ playoff hopes went out the window this week. They got the help they needed around the league, but did not help themselves.
This was a sloppy game from both teams. Penalties were a big storyline; the NFL leading Oakland Raiders were penalized 15 times for 92 yards while Kansas City tallied 11 penalties for 88 yards. The Raiders had a touchdown brought back...