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The improbable run of the Denver Broncos team continues with yet another fourth quarter comeback, but at some point you have to ask the question as to whether or not Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow will become responsible for revolutionizing offenses in the NFL moving forward. The NFL is known as a copycat league, and if the Denver Broncos continue to find their way into post-season play, you have to wonder if teams will tinker with running versions of the read-option offense. The Broncos are winning games with Tim Tebow completing two passes or games where he attempts on 15 passes, such as yesterday. So why wouldn’t more teams adopt this trend? Is the Broncos offense a passing fad such as the Run-and-Shoot offense, or the Wildcat, or are NFL fans starting to see a new trend in the NFL? I think it’s a valid question which needs to be asked. Tim Tebow is getting all the press right now with major media outlets, but after watching Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton destroy the T...

Tebow Time in Minnesota

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow did it again. Tebow led another late rally to help the Denver Broncos beat the Minnesota Vikings 35-32 at the Metrodome on Sunday afternoon. Tebow passed for a season-high 202 yards and scored two third-quarter touchdowns to lead the Broncos to their fifth straight win. And once again the pro-Tebow fans...Read the Rest...

Access Vikings: Tebow vs. Ponder

Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow led a fourth-quarter comeback to defeat the Vikings 35-32 at Mall of America Field.

Broncos, Tebow again provide drama in Minny win

Tim Tebow led yet another late rally, passing for a season-best 202 yards and two third-quarter touchdowns to help the Denver Broncos win their fifth straight game with a 35-32 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.

NBC, CBS fighting over Tim Tebow vs. Tom Brady

Tim Tebow and the Broncos may be headed to prime time again, but not if CBS gets its way.

Team Tebow moves toward AFC West lead

Yes, the Broncos still trail the Vikings in Minnesota.  But after opening the third quarter with Tim Tebow touchdown pass to cap a nine-play 78-yard drive. And now the Broncos have the ball back, thanks one-first-down-and-punt from the Vikings, whose starting quarterback is fighting through a hip injury. Yes, the Broncos had to punt the…

Ravens-Chargers to be flexed?

Sunday, Dec.18 game could be moved to afternoonThe Ravens may not face the Denver Broncos and their much-hyped quarterback Tim Tebow this season, but they could get overshadowed by him.

Peter King: Rodgers, Tebow respond with the pressure on in Week 13

It was a familiar ending for the Broncos. But how they got there? Not at all, as Tim Tebow's best pro passing day furthered Denver's storybook season. Peter King surveys Week 13.

Bears open as underdog vs Broncos

Dec 11, 4:05 PM | Grass of Sports Authority Field at Mile High Chicago Bears vs Denver Broncos Odds 7-5TEAM RECORD7-5 Can Tim Tebow continue to weave his strange magic this week as the Denver Broncos host the Chicago Bears? The Bears are 6-1-1 ATS in their past 8 games with the Broncos since 1981, but they scored just 3 points last week and still don't have a QB with...

Playoff Picture: Half Step Back to Move Forward

With the Jets win yesterday, it’s kept them in the hunt for the wildcard.  While the Jets won and the Bengals loss were good things, the upheaval in the AFC West has brought some more party crashers.  Here’s some of the other teams who are vying for contention of the AFC playoff berths to keep an eye on.   Add your thoughts in the comments! Seed Team Division Record 1...
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