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The Bills' seven-game losing streak has overshadowed the presence of star quarterback Tim Tebow from a ticket-buying perspective.
The Bills announced Saturday's game against Tebow and the Broncos will be blacked out. There are roughly 24,000 tickets remaining. The game may see the lowest attendance at Ralph Wilson Stadium for the Bills since 2001 or 2002. The Bills drew 47,850 for a season-finale against Cincinnati in 2002. They drew 45,527 for a snowstorm game against the Pats in 2001.
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Tim Tebow and the Broncos may be momentarily down after Sunday's defeat, but they are still far from being out, writes Jeff Darlington. Denver's fate in the AFC West is very much in its hands.
—With the fan voting for the Pro Bowl having closed, Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow finished third place among AFC quarterbacks with 632,912 votes, well behind Tom Brady's 1,454,311 votes.
Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos runs the offense against the New England Patriots at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on December 18, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. The Patriots defeated the Broncos 41-23.
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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — A year ago, John Elway agreed to another comeback with his beloved...
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.—For all the buzz he's generated, Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow's presence couldn't prevent the Buffalo Bills home game against Denver on Saturday from being blacked out
For the first time this season, John Elway has publicly backed Tim Tebow ... sort of. In a wide-ranging interview with the Associated Press, the team's director of football operations offered his first true support of his popular, young quarterback, yet still stopped short of giving him any hardened vote of confidence.
On Tebow's status as a member of the Broncos:
John Elway's strong endorsement meant a lot to Broncos QB Tim Tebow, who's 7-2 as the starter and possibly undefeated in terms of attention lavished on him.
Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson was a Tim Tebow believer long before the Broncos comeback kid of a quarterback became a national phenomenon and, in the process, put Denver within reach of its first playoff berth in six years.