Found November 07, 2011 on The Hair of the Dog Sports Blog:
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John Elway will be looking for a new QB in 2012. Getty Images Time is running out on Tim Tebow’s career as a Denver Bronco. The man who brought him in as a first round pick of the Broncos last year, Josh McDaniels is long gone. The man in his place, John Fox, and more importantly, the man making the decisions upstairs, John Elway, will look to trade Tebow in the off-season. This is all just my opinion, but Tebow doesn’t seem to be getting any thing close to a ringing endorsement from Fox or Elway. He was dropped to third string in the pre-season. Kyle Orton could not produce wins, and the public outcry for Tebow became so loud Fox and Elway couldn’t ignore it. What did they have to lose at that point. This is someone neither of them would’ve picked up in the first place. If he fails, bench him, and tell the public, “Hey, we gave him a shot.” If he plays well, his trade stock goes up. Now, after each game we hear things like, “Tim Tebow is our starting quarterback, for now” or we’re ...
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  • As much as Elway was touted, it was the improved talented team that finally gave him his super bowl wins. Elway forgets how much he really stunk up Mile High the first year he was in Denver. For whatever critics say about Tebow, he has that special gift of leadership and a drive to win. What I remember about Elway's early day's is his being a crybaby about his coach, Dan Reeves. Good leadership takes the team he has and by will and personality makes the team a winner. Tebow has a record of doing this in college. Tebow doesn't have the caliber team Elway had when he finally won his championship.

    Elway couldn't win a Superbowl without Terrell Davis, Shannon Sharpe, Rod Smith, Ed McCaffrey, Tom Nalen, Gary Zimmerman, etc. In addition go back and take a look at who Denver had for a defense at that time.

    Al Davis had it right when he said "Just win, baby." I adopted Denver when I lived there and am really starting to become sour on the team. "The Duke" has to put away his ego, keep his trap shut and back his quarterback. Let the kid play first, and then make a judgement and decision on his won/loss record.
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