Tebow Time for Broncos
Denver Broncos’ head coach, John Fox, decided it was time to name Tim Tebow their starting quarterback. After Kyle Norton struggled in the beginning of the season, with a 1-4 record to back his performance, it is Tebow Time in Denver.
It could be said that Tebow’s performance on Sunday helped concrete the decision to be the team’s new starter. He took over in the second half and almost completed a second half comeback against the San Diego Chargers.
With his team down 23-10, Tebow rushed and threw for a touchdown. The team lost but his four complete passes for 79 yards and a passing touchdown, plus a rushing touchdown seemed to have given the team a spark. It looked like the tides had turned. Unfortunately for Tebow and the Broncos they fell short and lost 29-24.
Fans last year saw a little of what Tebow is capable of in the National Football League. In his rookie campaign he played in nine games, completing 41 out of 82 passes totaling 654 yards while throwing six touchdowns and also rushing for six. This can be a small sample of what he is capable of doing. It at least proves he is lethal with his legs as well as his arm.
Tebow, who had an epic career for the Florida Gators, will get a chance to prove multiple doubters that he is the real deal. He will get this chance during Week 7, back in Florida, where the Broncos will face the Miami Dolphins.