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About a month ago, I wrote a critical article about Denver quarterback Tim Tebow, declaring results won’t matter as much as his performance to secure the franchise quarterback role with the Broncos. His inability to pass accurately for a full game was the foundation of my argument.
Four weeks later, Tebow hasn’t lost a game. His winning streak is up to six games, and his record as Denver’s starting QB is almost perfect at 7-1.
I haven’t changed my opinion, even as Tebow continues to mock conventional wisdom.
I do celebrate Tebow’s success. He’s good for the league and he’s shutting up his detractors, to a degree (I guess that includes me for now). I haven’t heard ESPN’s Merril Hodge for over a month. Does it get much better than that?
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