(AP Photo/Joe Mahoney)
By: Toby Christie
One week after being the toast of the town in Denver, Colorado after leading a furocious comeback against the Miami Dolphins, Tim Tebow is now taking huge shots from the media.
Tebow lined up against a 5-2 Detroit Lions defense, which is anchored by Ndamukong Suh. Suh and the Lions were extremely focused after a couple of losses, so pretty much anybody in their path this weekend were going to be doomed.
Now I will admit that Tebow’s performance in a 45-10 loss was not stellar, but I would hardly say that the Tebow era is “over” or that he has no future as an NFL quarterback as ESPN.com’s Bill Williamson wants so badly to believe. Tebow’s boxscore Sunday read as: 18 of 39 passing for 172 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT. He also had six rushes for 63 yards. Like I said not stellar, but it’s also not bad considering the Broncos over the past few seasons have traded away every viable offensive target that they had.
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