Originally written on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 10/23/11
Two weeks ago with the benching of Kyle Orton, Tim Tebow was finally given his license to run the Denver Broncos offense.   Making his first start of the 2011 NFL season this Sunday, all eyes were on the Tebow as critics said that he would fail while his faithful prayed for his success.  With the ball in his court it was his time to shine and if Week 7 was any insight as to the future of Tebow then he’s gonna be just fine. Tebow struggled more often than not Sunday afternoon as the Broncos fell behind early to a Dolphins team that entered the game at 0-5.  In the first half Tebow who prides himself on energy and drive more often than not looked dazed and confused.  And then it happened.   In the 4th quarter Tebow led the charge as he brought the Broncos back from 15 down throwing two late touchdown passes to send the game into overtime.  Although it’s still early in his young NFL career the intangibles that Tebow possesses appear to be enough to offset what he lacks in skill. Despite the come from behind victory the longevity of Tim Tebow as the Broncos quarterback will [...]
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