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Rahim Moore and Mario Haggan are largely special-teams players, with Haggan also filling in for Von Miller at strongside linebacker in some of the Broncos' looks to stop the run.
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Tim Tebow invented the move, but Nick Novak perfected it!
We all know what Tebowing is, but now let me introduce you to “Peebowing”. Peebowing is just like Tebowing except with two minor differences. First, you are going to need an additional person to hold up a towel for you, second you have to drop your pants and urinate while taking a knee. This new move was debuted by...
The move to Tim Tebow has dramatically improved Denver’s rushing and offense and thereby helped the defense, too. The Broncos are a ball-control team that thrives on low-scoring games, and the transition has been significant in the last six weeks.
The Vikings are next in line for a shot at derailing the freight train that is Tebowmania. The formula is actually pretty simple: Score enough points to force the Broncos into passing mode (cause Tebow can’t pass). The problem of course is the Broncos defense, which most of the time doesn’t give up a ton of points. The Broncos are all about keeping it close and letting Tim Tebow...
A student-run group at Harvard recently conducted a study attempting to figure how it's possible that Tim Tebow and the Broncos keep winning games. They call it a miracle.
By Dan Zeigarnik, Patriots Daily Staff
Considering that the mighty Curtis Painter has just been benched in favor of UConn’s very own Dan Orlovsky, and that Vegas has taken the already ridiculous 21 point line off the board and is no longer taking bets on the game, I will take a stab at the national conversation. Now, don’t get me wrong there is always trap games and the Pats...
Denver Broncos rookie pass-rusher Von Miller returned to practice Friday and is hoping he can play Sunday at Minnesota with a cumbersome cast protecting his surgically repaired right thumb.
As the Broncos have moved toward an option-based run game to help Tim Tebow adjust to his role as the team's starting quarterback, the play-to-play work of the wide receivers has changed some as well.
The first issue of the new NFL magazine was supposed to feature Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton, the frontrunner for Rookie of the Year, but the recent surge of the Denver Broncos helped Tim Tebow overtake him.
Tebow and Newton, both Heisman Trophy winners, were teammates once, before Newton transferred to Auburn.
The magazine comes out Dec. 13 with Tebow on the cover and the headline...