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This Given Sunday:
San Diego Chargers
A tale of two teams heading in opposite directions. The Chargers have lost five straight against the spread, while the Broncos have rattled off three in a row. This is the power of the almighty Tebow against a floundering Chargers attack that has been hanging on by a thread for years.
But yet somehow, despite the Chargers 4-6 record and recent run of awful play, they are a 6.5 favorite in this game. Their offensive line is a concussed mess, and the Broncos pass rush is turning into one of the most dangerous in the league. Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil is quickly becoming the most feared tandem of outside backers in the league, as they have been terrorizing quarterbacks across the league this year. Miller has ten sacks on the season, and has already wrapped up the defensive rookie of the years award.
Then there is that disaster that is San Diego’s offensive line. Pro Bowl left tackle Marcus McNeil is still out with a neck injury. Tyronn Green, who took over for Kris Dielman follo...
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Last week, former Denver Broncos QB Jake Plummer called out current Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow, saying he wanted him to lay off the religious references that Tebow makes during any camera time. That created a small firestorm of controversy which Tim Tebow responded to during the ESPN show “First Take”.
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SAN DIEGO -- Matt Prater kicked a 37-yard field goal with 29 seconds left in overtime to lift Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos to a 16-13 victory Sunday over the San Diego Chargers, who've lost six straight games for the first time in 10 years. The Broncos narrowly avoided the first NFL tie since Cincinnati and Philadelphia ended deadlocked at 13 on Nov. 16, 2008. Tebow, now...
Tim Tebow will be the obvious and repeated storyline this week as the Vikings prepare for the Broncos, but the Denver defense is what is driving their resurgence and playoff-hopeful thinking.
TeboWWWWW! The Broncos got their fifth "W" — four wins in a row, two in overtime, three on fourth- quarter comebacks, every one dramatic in the second half — since Tim Tebow became quarterback.
Tebow wasn't watching as San Diego's Nick Novak lined up to attempt a 53-yard field goal that would have given the Chargers an overtime victory over the Denver Broncos.
For the first time in his six starts this season, Tim Tebow on Sunday completed half of his passes in the Broncos' 16-13 victory against the Chargers, an indication to his bosses that Tebow is continuing to show improvement.
Football is intense. So intense and brutal and authentic that it feels like truth. For some us, the ones who truly love the game, the Broncos are something to believe in. Tim Tebow is something to believe in.
Matt Prater kicked a 37-yard field goal with 29 seconds left in overtime to lift Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos to a 16-13 victory Sunday over the San Diego Chargers, who've lost six straight games for the first time in 10 years. The Broncos narrowly avoided the first NFL tie since Cincinnati and Philadelphia ended deadlocked at 13 on Nov.
The end is near for the Chargers play-off hopes. The team lost its 6th in a row, thanks to Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos. Derek Togerson reports. Find out more at NFL.com and Chargers.com.
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