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Given half a day to reflect on his team's 17-13 win against the New York Jets, Broncos head coach John Fox said today that he doesn't care if the perception is that his team "won ugly."
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Earlier this week, John Fox made some headlines for an interview he gave about Tim Tebow’s ability to run a traditional NFL offense. Fox spoke with Jeff Darlington of NFL.com and said that “If we were trying to run a regular offense, he’d be screwed.” The comment was picked up far and wide and increased…
Calling himself Tim Tebow's biggest fan, Denver Broncos coach John Fox said he made a huge gaffe when speaking too candidly to an NFL.com reporter about his second-year quarterback.
In a recent interview, Fox admitted the team has tailored its offense around the strengths of Tebow, who has drawn widespread criticism for his shortcomings as a passer.
"If we were trying...
It was probably a little confusing for Tim Tebow in the team's short practice time this week, but he just has to believe in his coach, John Fox. We have learned that for the Denver Broncos' game Thursday night against the New York Jets, Fox told Tebow that he is to throw the ball right-handed.
It's genius, Fox told him. Defenses will be prepared for Tebow's usual...
Ian O’Connor writes this morning for ESPN.com: This is the same quarterback neither Elway nor the head coach, John Fox, seemed to want around. This is the same quarterback Fox said would be “screwed” if he had to run a conventional offense. How exactly does Tim Tebow go about his night after a 95-yard game-winning drive against the formidable Jets? Does he just go home &...
Almost anything said about Tim Tebow can instantly become controversial. You have coach John Fox who says Teebs would be screwed in a regular offense. Then you have Darrelle Revis worried he’s going to be bored facing Denver. But the most controversial Tebow issue this week was the customized Tim Tebow “Jesus” jersey. Some fans [...]
John Fox made a sprint from the Broncos' sideline to the south end zone Thursday night, moments after the New York Jets' final desperation pass fell incomplete, and as he crossed the goal line, he wrapped Champ Bailey into a massive hug.
Regrets? Broncos' coach John Fox has a big one right now, and it has to do with what he said this week about quarterback Tim Tebow.
It may only be mid-November, but it's never too early to talk NFL Draft.
If the season were to end this week and we went from records and tiebreakers alone, the 2012 NFL Draft order would be as found below. The Eagles would have the No. 8 overall pick, selecting before the Jaguars and Browns? The Chargers would have the first pick of all the AFC West teams? Umm, yes.
In lifting the Broncos from 1-4 to 5-5, Tim Tebow has reawakened Denver's once-lost season and made a believer out of John Fox, who believes the young man should be celebrated -- not scrutinized.
Mike Florio addresses trending topics around the NFL including Tim Tebow as a quarterback, the Bucs and Packers plus the possibility of in-season NFL coach firings. John Fox’s method of restructuring the Broncos’ offensive line around a running quarterback is analyzed and referred to as tentatively successful. The Bucs travel to Green Bay in an…