There was no Christmas Eve miracle for Tim Tebow, who instead found himself in a chilly hell in Buffalo on Sunday afternoon as his Denver Broncos got manhandled by the host Bills in a 40-14 loss.
For Tebow, who has risen to stardom via some some very mediocre passing performances, it was a showing that was even worse than usual. Completing 13 of 30 passes for 185 passing yards, his lowest output since Week 12.
Making matters worse, he had one passing touchdown but four interceptions — easily a career high. Tebow's previous career high for interceptions in a game was Week 17 last year at San Diego when he threw two picks. In fact in nine games in 2010, three as a starter, he had just three interceptions. This season, he was picked off just twice heading into the game against the Bills.
Saturday afternoon in Orchard Park, he looked confused and lost.
"You've got to give them a lot of credit, they played well, they executed and they came up with big plays," Tebow said...