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Earlier today, the Broncos‘ 2013 opponents were announced by the team’s official website.
Among Denver’s home opponents are the Jacksonville Jaguars, which is significant considering that Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow is expected to land in Florida this offseason.
Tebow was traded out of Denver when the team brought in veteran Peyton Manning during the 2012 offseason. The move was great for Denver, as Manning has the team at 12-3 and competing for a first round bye in the playoffs.
For Tebow, things haven’t gone so well. The 6′-3″, 236-pound third year quarterback has only attempted eight passes and has averaged just 3.2 yards-per-carry during infrequent Wildcat snaps this season.
Returning to Denver in 2013 with a new team and possibly as a starter again, Tebow’s Return™ would be a network’s dream come true for ratings.
Among other notable match-ups the Broncos will have in 2013 are: Peyton vs. Eli (road), Manning vs. Brady (road), and Shanahan’s return (home).
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It's a been a difficult year in New York for Tim Tebow and the Jets, and in a recent interview with ESPN, the polarizing QB tried to set the record straight on a few things.
Tim Tebow did not ask out of the wildcat package last week. The backup quarterback for the Jets is upset that critics say he quit on the New York Jets.
“For people to not know the situation and start to bash your character and say you’re a phony, you’re a fake and you’re a hypocrite, I think that’s what’s disappointing and that’s what’s frustrating,” Tebow said...
It may seem a little disingenuous using a biblical reference to describe the latest situation surrounding New York Jets’ backup quarterback Tim Tebow but what would be the point in writing these things if you couldn’t have a little fun with it? Besides, it kind of fits in a way. Especially when you consider how Tebow’s football odyssey has gone so far.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE »
For sports fans tired of hearing the endless speculation about Tim Tebow’s future and Dwight Howard’s next team, be forewarned: 2013 could be just as bad.
Many of 2012’s major storylines will be laid to rest this week, with champions crowned and players settled into their new teams. But for some, like Tebow and Howard, 2012 only cracked the lid on what’s expected to be a...
In hour two of the Open Mike program from December 26, Michael Cohen welcomes in Mike Sanfilipo of Triple Coverage to get his take on the Giants collapse. The duo then talk about the Tim Tebow fiasco in New York, and whether the Jets should either fire or demote GM Mike Tannenbaum. That and the boys count down and look back at the year 2012.
Open Mike 12-26-12 pt2
Open Mike 12-26-pt2
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Here is a look at the complete roster for the AFC for the 2013 Pro-Bowl...
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