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Joe Flacco isn’t the only NFL player upset about the coverage of Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. Packers tight end Jermichael Finley told Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that it is “kind of disturbing” to see the amount of time the media spends talking about Tebow. He thinks that more time should be spent on…
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Packers tight end Jermichael Finley says the amount of Tim Tebow coverage is disturbing, especially considering Green Bay's record.
The Tim Tebow show has arrived for Patriots fans. Cam Newton is having a great rookie season, much better than Tebow’s sophomore campaign. However, the difference is Denver has a very good defense compared to Carolina’s sorry bunch. The Broncos have two great edge rushers in Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil.
Though he’s getting up there in age, Champ Bailey still shuts down...
As Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow continues to take the NFL by storm this season, he’s slowly changed the minds of many of his naysayers. ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski was a guest on Mike and Mike in the Morning on ESPN Radio on Friday. Jaworski was asked by co-host Mike Golic if Tebow should [...]
It has been a hectic, Tim Tebow-filled week in Patriots land. Sure, sure, we discussed other things, but no one dominated the discussion like the Broncos quarterback. Before we ship out to Denver to get ready for Sunday’s matchup, colleague Karen Guregian and I broke down the week that was in our weekly video. Here it is, as edited by Bob Greim:
Behind Tim Tebow, the Denver Broncos on Sunday started in a shootout against the Patriots in the NFL's most-hyped game of the season.
By Jeremy Gottlieb, Patriots Daily Staff
It’s finally here. The Patriots trip to Denver comes in just two days and that means it’s time for them to get their taste of TEBOWMANIA! The Broncos QB is Tim Tebow, in case you haven’t heard of him, and at last look, he’s 7-1 as a starter, has his team in first place in its division and primed for the post-season and is able to leap...
The visitors tend to win ugly, but the home team has been downright ugly all year. However unpleasant in appearance at times, the Titans were most impressive in Week 2 with a 26-13 home victory over Baltimore. The rest of the time, well, they got blown out by Pittsburgh and Houston, almost beat New Orleans last Sunday (nice no calls on the final play when Saints defenders were knocking...