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On Sunday, Tebow can save Elway

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One of the most intriguing games of Week 17 will be played in Denver, when the Prodigal Son returns from Kansas City.

But folks in Denver will neither be slaying a fatted calf nor growing any neckbeards to commemorate the occasion.  Instead, they’ll be worried that Chiefs quarterback Kyle Orton will topple the home team’s chances at what was once an unlikely postseason berth, thanks to the Broncos’ 1-4 start under Orton.

Thus, to avoid the embarrassment of having the man that the Broncos let walk away knock the Broncos out of the playoffs, V.P. of football operations John Elway suddenly needs the quarterback about whom Elway has been at times ambivalent to save his bacon.  Yes, Elway needs Tebow, more than ever.

Though Elway won’t be fired if Orton and the Chiefs knock off the Broncos, it will make for a long offseason of Broncos fans openly questioning whether Elway has the chops to run an NFL team.  They’ll say that Elway should have foreseen the possibility of Orton landing with the Chiefs, and that Elway should have politely (or, if necessary, rudely) explained to Orton that he won’t be set free simply because he wants his freedom.

And while Elway has recently embraced Tebow as the quarterback of the immediate future, the outcome of Sunday’s game undoubtedly will have an impact.  If Tebow wins, he’ll surely have all of 2012 to prove himself.  If Tebow loses, the leash likely will be shorter, and the Broncos could be more inclined to sign a veteran who could push and/or supplant Tebow if he plays in September and October the same way he played on Christmas Eve in Buffalo.

Either way, three hours of football on Sunday afternoon will have a huge impact on the next 12 months in Denver, and possibly beyond.

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  1. TheWizard says: Dec 30, 2011 12:01 PM

    If the Broncos miss the playoffs, it will be due to Orton’s inadequacies in the first quarter of the season more so than anything he does in Sunday’s game.

  2. joetoronto says: Dec 30, 2011 12:04 PM

    Here ye, here ye.

    The horse face will be saved on Sunday, come one, come all.

    Urgh.

  3. munchkin420 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:07 PM

    You have it wrong. If Tebow loses on Sunday he saves Elway and the organization from wasting more time attempting to rehabilitate a lost cause. Elway wants to move on and a loss Sunday will expedite the process.

  4. j0esixpack says: Dec 30, 2011 12:07 PM

    In Elway’s defense, it’s a difficult judgement call on holding a player hostage or letting him go where he has a better chance to earn playing time

    Decisions like that can impact whether future players are willing to play in Denver. But in this case the almost unthinkable is happening and it could come back to haunt them.

  5. rr2000k says: Dec 30, 2011 12:08 PM

    Oh how I hope Orton lights them up

  6. 1captain1 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:09 PM

    I see it as a win win for Elway. If Jesus wins then Elway looks good for 2012… If Jesus gets crucified then he can unload the savior a get a new QB with a lessened backlash from the faithful.

    Elway= Pontius Pilot not Judas in the scenario.

  7. seangifford says: Dec 30, 2011 12:10 PM

    I think you mis-interperate the fans’ perception of Elway in Denver right now. While I’ll agree that the decision to release KO for sake of saving a buck was questionable, Elway, Fox, and Xanders have this team heading in the right direction for the first time in years. They’re building around talented youth on both sides of the ball, and I think the future is looking more and more promising in Denver. A GM’s perspective needs to be that of a marathon and not a sprint, and Elway seems to have that mindset.

  8. roxtar10 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:11 PM

    Either way, regardless of the outcome of the game or the plays on the field, we’re due another media storm on Tebow next week.

    He’s either the Savior of Denver, or the goat.

    Must be nice to be a Bronco player this week. If you don’t wear the number 15, you’ve already been given a pre-emptive week off by the media — guaranteed. This game will apparently be won and lost by quarterback play.

  9. austrianpanther says: Dec 30, 2011 12:13 PM

    Thank The Lord!

    The Daily Tebow Post has arrived!

    My day is now complete!

  10. test2402 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:18 PM

    Timothy R. Tebow. The world is a better place with him on it.

  11. emmac13 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:21 PM

    I like Tebow and Romeo is a good guy. As a Browns fan, I hate the Broncos and that horse smiling ex QB. Go KC.

  12. fthrvic says: Dec 30, 2011 12:22 PM

    Tebow can save Elway anyday, today around 3:30, tomorrow morning…midnight on New Year’s Eve…anytime. As long as Elway is willing to give his heart and devote his life to Tebo….errr, Jesus.

  13. prunch88 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:22 PM

    Completely disagree. Elway has taken the 2nd worst team in football to middle of the pack in one season with no off-season to gel a young team. He drafted well, he picked up some good free agents at value …. this team was never going to contend for a super bowl but he now has them in the running for the payoffs with 1 game left in the regular season. A lot of GMs would love his problems.

    There will be idiot fans who flip out over the embarrassment of Orton possibly ruining our trip to a probable one and done in the playoffs but hey the man said its a three year plan …. he is ahead of schedule.

  14. eagleshavelanded says: Dec 30, 2011 12:24 PM

    If Elway is counting on Tebow to save him, you may want to throw him a life preserver because that ship is already sunk.

  15. justadude71 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:24 PM

    The addition of Miller and the two Safeties as well as OT Franklin, not to mention Bunkley, Mcgahee in FA have been quality decisions by Broncos management.
    Seems to me, that win or lose, Elway has done a good job in his first year. This does not a top tier NFL executive make, but then…

    remember when the Broncos were considered one of the worst teams in the league? Remember when everyone thought the Broncos had a shot at luck? Remember when the Broncos were 1-4? Remember how poorly this team has drafted in the past and how FA signings did not pan out?

    Even as a Broncos fan, I admit the Broncos are three or four bounces from 5-10 or 4-11. Chicago? San Diego? Even in Miami, the Broncos were lucky to walk away with a victory.

    The Broncos have a ways to go (0-3 against playoff teams so far) until they are really competitive.

  16. broncotony says: Dec 30, 2011 12:24 PM

    If the Denver Broncos miss the playoffs it will be because Kyle Orton ruined our season by losing three very close games. Tim Tebow wins the close ones. Perdsonally I think that Kyle Orton is going to fail horribly. He’s not clutch. They would have won last week if he could produce in the red zone, which he can’t. He threw an interception in a clutch moment. I think Tebow gets his first blowout Sunday.

  17. rtmus53 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:24 PM

    If Elway has nothing else, he certainly has the chops….oh, I thought you said choppers

  18. buckybadger says: Dec 30, 2011 12:25 PM

    Elway is safe either way. He had a very good draft and this is coming from someone who didn’t think he could do the job. So far he is proving me wrong.

    The Broncos did the right thing with Orton. Don’t think so short term. You don’t want to be one of those teams that is known for treating players unfairly and holding them hostage. Among players in the league the move is viewed as very favorable. It wasn’t TO or Palmer trying to force his way out. Denver didn’t want him and he wanted to get on the field to help with his free agency.

    Also I am with the people think Denver might not mind losing and being able to bring in a real QB next year. You can’t keep playing like this, defenses have them figured out and it won’t get any better.

    The Broncos are just a decent passer away from competing. I saw look for the situation in Indy as see what happens there. I think if Manning is leaving he would be very open to join a team with two good young WRs, good TEs and young defense that is always improving. Also has a run game to work with.

    Other options would be Shaun Hill or the draft.

  19. pftstory says: Dec 30, 2011 12:26 PM

    Really, releasing the guy who could not win when the starter and seeing him win one game against you is going to define if you are a good GM or not?
    Especially when they guy who replaced him was the change that made the 16th game matter?

  20. johnnyb216 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:26 PM

    Does anybody else think this billboard they’re slamming into our faces whenever we load up this site is completely obnoxious and unnecessary?

  21. thetooloftools says: Dec 30, 2011 12:28 PM

    Is that Elway’s silhouette on the side of the Bronco’s helmet?

  22. thetwilightsown says: Dec 30, 2011 12:28 PM

    St. Timothy and the Bronco “offense” will be exposed this weekend by a Chiefs team that thinks they have a real coach (as opposed to the other neckbeard in this story, the coach who was on the sidelines the first time the two teams played this year) – creating turmoil in both teams camps going into their offseasons.

    And Al Davis’ cackle will echo from the crypt…

  23. dcfan4life says: Dec 30, 2011 12:29 PM

    Nothing in this article mentions how Elway had inherited a team riddle with issues from his predecessor and Josh Mcdaniels. This article also fails to mention how Orton was booted out of his starting job and out of town by the pressure from the Fans. Elways in a tough position, but if those same Bronco fans blame Elway for getting rid of Orton who interns knocks them out of the playoffs just 3 months after literally forcing Elways and Fox to start Tebow, well then Denver becomes the US capital for hypocrits. Denver got what they asked for, Tebow, and no Orton. If it backfires then all offseason the only people the Denver fans should blame is themselves.

  24. metalhead65 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:30 PM

    did I miss the part where letting go a qb who was 1-5 this season and and 12-27 overall as a starter for the broncos was a bad decsion? how is it that Tebow ran off a winning streak with the same team orton could not make him a bad qb now that they have lost a couple in a row? why must he be perfect and win every game or he sucks? why does he get no time to devlop but almost every other young qb does? it all has to do with his beliefs whether you will admit it or not. as I have said before I could care less about the religion part but that is who he is and will not change get over it! no fans like me want to see him do well because “experts” like you here at pft deem him unfit to play no matter how many games he wins or how gets it done. according to you guys he gets none of the credit for the wins but all of the blame for the losses. it was his fault he gave the team a lead against the pats and the defense you bragged about during the winning streak could not hold it. they lost because the other teams made adjustments and the broncos did not.there comes a point where every young player makes mistakes while learning on the job but he is not allowed to. so will rg3 be given a grace period should his talents not translate into the nfl right away or will he be written of as a bust like you have done to tebow. be fair and hold everyone to the standards you hold him up to. according to you he should be able to come in and start and lead his team to the playoffs right away right? sorry I do not want to hear anything about being a rookie or a learning curve for him or anybody else coming in with the accolades he got in college. they should all be judged the same way you do tebow.

  25. bunjy96 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:31 PM

    I’ll be glad if the Chiefs win so we don’t have to hear about Tebow for 7 months!!!! Then it will start all over.

  26. rajbais says: Dec 30, 2011 12:36 PM

    No he doesn’t!!!

    Tebow needs to stop playing like crap and a better throwing motion!!!

  27. donz0 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:41 PM

    This game will be won by the Bronco defense and Matt Prater.

  28. randomguy9999 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:48 PM

    don’t agree with this article at all…

    Elway is solid and a capable NFL guy without question.

    He got rid of a guy who wasn’t working out, Orton…

    and he’s stuck with a guy who is not a QB (which is what he repeatedly hinted), Tebow… he had to give Tebow a shot… and he did… and obviously 128 yards and 1 TD a game doesn’t cut it…

    so win or lose, Elway did what he had to do, and now it’s find a QB time… again….

    the only guy on that team that’s sure to have a job is Elway….

  29. ebbycalvinlaloosh says: Dec 30, 2011 12:48 PM

    Win or lose the Elway and the Broncos will be drafting and/or signing a free agent QB. The string of wins that Tebow is so often credited for was the result of playing well enough on defense and special teams to successfully hide Tebow’s inadequacies in the passing game. Every time they march Tebow out there it’s like going into a heavyweight fight with one arm tied behind their back. No amount of leadership and running ability can make up for the complete lack of a real passing game, and Elway, Fox and Xanders know that Tebow will never improve enough to provide one. The only difference Sunday’s game will make is in the draft order, and in the perception of Broncos’ fans as to whether Tebow should remain the starter for the long term. It will make no difference whatsoever in the decision by Broncos’ brass to replace Tebow, because that decision has already been made and make no mistake – it is the correct decision.

  30. glac1 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:49 PM

    and if the Bronco’s do get in the playoffs… it’s one and done.

  31. iplaybad says: Dec 30, 2011 12:50 PM

    Many reports indicate that Elway is already a minority owner of the Broncos and will likely be the majority principal when Bowlen dies. Elway is not going anywhere.

    The Broncos organization is finally being run by adults and is trying to balance many considerations that sometimes collide (i.e. long term success vs. the fans’ short term frustrations). The Broncos Defense will improve again with a solid draft and value FA pickups. Tebow will have his chance to prove his mettle against a drafted QB and a veteran who’ll come in to back him up.

    IMHO, the book is out on Tebow. I’m sure Crennel will dial up a defensive game plan that will limit Tebow’s running ability and force him to make throws from the pocket.

    The miracle wins Tebow helped to generate have raised the bar for his progress. He has a much shorter leash for screw-ups.

  32. rj88888 says: Dec 30, 2011 12:59 PM

    Now that Tim Tebow is a Marvel Comics superhero he will enter the playoffs with a great game by running for a touchdown on the last play.

  33. rdrs68 says: Dec 30, 2011 1:06 PM

    What a load of crap Elway doesn’t need some guy he didn’t draft to save him. Stop listening to Woody and Skip and start thinking for yourselves.

  34. justsayin70 says: Dec 30, 2011 1:06 PM

    1. The Broncos attempted to accommodate Orton with a trade to Miami but his contract demands scuttled the deal.

    2. The Broncos were 1-4 with Orton – a change at QB was a strong possibility

    3. How many people would have bet Orton’s remaining salary ($2.6M) that he’d end up as a Chief and the Broncos would make an improbably climb to the top of the AFC West with Tim Tebow?

    It’s sure easy to condemn the move NOW – but how many people would have ever predicted all of this would have come to pass the way it did? Between “slim” and “none”.

  35. fngs1 says: Dec 30, 2011 1:12 PM

    Didn’t Orton want to go to the Bears? Since it was past the trade deadline wasn’t much Elway could do. Orton came out and said he only wanted to play for the Bears. Tebow fans wanted Orton gone, so why does it matter where he went.

  36. savagenation2011 says: Dec 30, 2011 1:22 PM

    The criticism of Tebow here is pathetic. When he leads a crappy team to a win, it’s the great defense or running game that is the reason. when they lose, it’s suddenly all Tebow’s fault.

    Put Rodgers, Brees or anyone on that team with no weapons and they still lose.

    It’s hard to take the haters posts seriously when every other one has to involve his Christian beliefs and nothing to do with football.

  37. marty2019 says: Dec 30, 2011 1:26 PM

    I am sincerely glad the Jaguars did not draft Tebow. This whole Tebow circus has the potential to set the Broncos franchise back several years. And if he fails, the fans will say he didn’t get a fair shot. Man, what a mess.

  38. rando74 says: Dec 30, 2011 1:27 PM

    Irony sucks. Orton helped put us in this position and now he can toss the dirt on our coffin. Super lame

  39. wardmanone says: Dec 30, 2011 1:28 PM

    Elway doesn’t lose either way check out who he reports to and he is John Elway.

  40. ditaksdika says: Dec 30, 2011 1:37 PM

    why would elway have to worry, its not like the fans in denver make the decisions….oh wait…..

  41. jbaxt says: Dec 30, 2011 1:41 PM

    I love how you say “Orton went 1-4″ while a QB who averages a 125 yards goes 7-2 and you act like he’s the difference. Do you really think those 125 yards a game is the difference in the donkeys? If the “team” plays like they should maybe Orton has them at 9-0?

    Just because the defense/TEAM wasn’t playing up to it’s expectations for 4 of it’s 1st 5 games doesn’t fall on Tebow or Orton.

    Elway has a pass, Tebow is playing for Tebow’s future this weekend. I hope both Oakland and KC win on Sunday, then the donkey trolls can still think they have something with an 8-8 “playoff” team, and in the mean time Hue DA Jackson traded the future of Oakland away and didn’t even make the playoffs.

  42. jpb12 says: Dec 30, 2011 1:43 PM

    … save Elway in Denver? Who writes this $h*t?

  43. realitypolice says: Dec 30, 2011 1:57 PM

    Am I the only person who’s noticed that Kyle Orton hasn’t actually had a neck beard since last season?

  44. autumnwind999 says: Dec 30, 2011 2:08 PM

    I think you mis-interperate the fans’ perception of Elway in Denver right now. While I’ll agree that the decision to release KO for sake of saving a buck was questionable, Elway, Fox, and Xanders have this team heading in the right direction for the first time in years. They’re building around talented youth on both sides of the ball, and I think the future is looking more and more promising in Denver. A GM’s perspective needs to be that of a marathon and not a sprint, and Elway seems to have that mindset.

    —————————————-

    Good post, but the decision to release KO was for the sake of saving about $2 million bucks rather than keep the guy locked to the bench. The release was made right after the Bears and Texans had lost their QBs and it seemed likely that one of those teams would be most likely to pick up Orton and that salary at that point.

    I think it was a little surprising to most to see KC make that move when its season was halfway down the drain, despite the fact they had their own QB issues to deal with.

  45. autumnwind999 says: Dec 30, 2011 2:12 PM

    I think Elway must also be shocked about where the Broncos stand since Orton’s release. No way Broncos management could have envisioned Denver getting this far behind a fullback masquerading as a quarterback who mostly throws groundballs.

  46. noquickreactionshere says: Dec 30, 2011 2:12 PM

    fngs1 says:
    Dec 30, 2011 1:12 PM
    Didn’t Orton want to go to the Bears? Since it was past the trade deadline wasn’t much Elway could do. Orton came out and said he only wanted to play for the Bears. Tebow fans wanted Orton gone, so why does it matter where he went.

    _____________________________

    Yea, Orton playing for the Chiefs is kind of like when Adam Banks had to go play for the Ducks, it wasn’t where he wanted to go, and all his little friends were Bears, but he just wants to play so he will suit up wherever.

  47. descendency says: Dec 30, 2011 2:19 PM

    The right move is to release Orton because it sends a very poor message to the rest of the league about your management’s decision making process.

    If I’m a free agent and you basically force Orton to sit on the bench or retire, I’m not going to ever considering signing with you unless you way overpay. I’m far more likely to take a discount for a team that treats their players professionally, even when the organization want to move on.

    If Orton wasn’t a QB, no one would even bother talking about him playing his old team, save a few beat writers and a small set of dedicated fans. (like how many stories are written about a Punter who switched teams coming back to beat his old team…)

    Tebow won’t be saving Elway this time. He may save him down the road by winning, but if you fire a GM for cutting a player that comes back to beat you once, then you’re an idiot of an owner.

  48. jimmysee says: Dec 30, 2011 2:22 PM

    May be embarassing, but not fatal, for Elway.

    He’s a home town hero.

  49. bubbybrister2 says: Dec 30, 2011 2:23 PM

    “Here ye, here ye. The horse face will be saved on Sunday, come one, come all. Urgh.”

    What does any of this have to do with Sarah Jessica Parker?

  50. polegojim says: Dec 30, 2011 2:36 PM

    The Wiz is right!!!

    It’s Orton that should be ashamed to come back to Denver, not Elway or Tebow. Orton was the first half season FLOP.

  51. gmen1987 says: Dec 30, 2011 2:41 PM

    Hey Mike, Been hitting the champagne early?

    How is Elway to blame if Tebow continues to fizzle and not sizzle? It was Coach McDumbass, not Elway that got Tim Tebow. Kyle Orton wanted to play for Chicago, not KC. KC got him off waivers because they had a worse record than Da Bears at the time.

  52. mrplow3 says: Dec 30, 2011 2:42 PM

    “Oh how I hope Orton lights them up”

    Why? What did Denver ever do to him?

    If Orton even played mediocre for them Tebow never would have stepped foot on the field this season. But now since Orton was so horrific and the Donks were 1-4 we have Tebowmania.

    Orton is responsible for all potential bones to pick you may have.

  53. autumnwind999 says: Dec 30, 2011 3:00 PM

    noquickreactionshere says:
    Dec 30, 2011 2:12 PM

    Yea, Orton playing for the Chiefs is kind of like when Adam Banks had to go play for the Ducks, it wasn’t where he wanted to go, and all his little friends were Bears, but he just wants to play so he will suit up wherever.

    ——————————–

    Emilio Estevez is flabbergasted.

  54. stopthehate15bowdown says: Dec 30, 2011 3:02 PM

    The only way Elway loses the Denver fan base is: 1. He hires Josh McDaniels as an assistant GM in charge of personnel decisions. 2. He cuts or trades Tebow before next season. Which he won’t because he’s already said “Tim Tebow is not going anywhere.”
    Which brings me to my last point…Haters get used to more Tebow in the next two weeks and next year!! He’s going to get a full year to keep making you look like idiots !

  55. granadafan says: Dec 30, 2011 3:25 PM

    “rj88888 says:
    Dec 30, 2011 12:59 PM
    Now that Tim Tebow is a Marvel Comics superhero he will enter the playoffs with a great game by running for a touchdown on the last play.”
    ========================================================

    Ugh, I would not be surprised whatsoever if some nutbag church drew a comic with Tebow leading the way.

    Onward Christian soldiers….

  56. scrotiemcb says: Dec 30, 2011 3:50 PM

    I supported Kyle Orton during his time in Denver. But lets be honest. If he’s the difference between Denver going to the playoffs and Denver not going to the playoffs, then the Broncos aren’t a worthy playoff team. Anybody with a football IQ higher that Gump range will understand that, even in increasingly loony Denver. All you all media folks will whip up the lunatic fringe, but the vast majority of the Bronco faithful wont be knashing their teeth and wringing their hands and burning Elway Dolls in effigy.

    …at least I hope not.

  57. TheWizard says: Dec 30, 2011 3:53 PM

    I am sincerely glad the Jaguars did not draft Tebow. This whole Tebow circus has the potential to set the Broncos franchise back several years

    He has the Broncos on the cusp of the playoffs.

    The only drama in Jacksonville is how long until your team leaves town.

  58. madcat593 says: Dec 30, 2011 4:12 PM

    savagenation2011 says:
    Dec 30, 2011 1:22 PM
    The criticism of Tebow here is pathetic. When he leads a crappy team to a win, it’s the great defense or running game that is the reason. when they lose, it’s suddenly all Tebow’s fault.

    Put Rodgers, Brees or anyone on that team with no weapons and they still lose.

    It’s hard to take the haters posts seriously when every other one has to involve his Christian beliefs and nothing to do with football.

    Seems like you are the only one who has brought religion into this.

  59. ahs2 says: Dec 30, 2011 7:34 PM

    randomguy9999 says:
    Dec 30, 2011 12:48 PM
    don’t agree with this article at all…Elway is solid and a capable NFL guy without question. He got rid of a guy who wasn’t working out, Orton…
    and he’s stuck with a guy who is not a QB (which is what he repeatedly hinted), Tebow… he had to give Tebow a shot… and he did… and obviously 128 yards and 1 TD a game doesn’t cut it…so win or lose, Elway did what he had to do, and now it’s find a QB time… again….the only guy on that team that’s sure to have a job is Elway….
    _______________________________

    This guy nailed it!!!!

  60. ahs2 says: Dec 30, 2011 7:36 PM

    A better title would be “On Sunday, Only Tebow Can Save His Fans”. They wanted Tebow, Orton had to go due to $$$. Now that Tebow is tanking, the fans look pretty silly as now they have nothing!

  61. openseason51 says: Dec 30, 2011 7:48 PM

    Let Tebow have his glory. Elway is in the driver’s seat and Tebow win or lose will be out. He should move to MLB or his day’s are numbered.

  62. 2muchtebow says: Dec 31, 2011 12:30 AM

    stopthehate15bowdown says:
    Dec 30, 2011 3:02 PM

    Which brings me to my last point…Haters get used to more Tebow in the next two weeks and next year!! He’s going to get a full year to keep making you look like idiots !
    ————————————————–

    …next two weeks? Sounds like you expect an early exit for Tebow in the playoffs. Ye of little faith. True Tebow supporters are making SB plans.

  63. christiansagainstnike says: Dec 31, 2011 4:02 AM

    I do believe there is a curse with NIKE… the company named in honor of the pagan goddess NIKE… the goddess that originated with Satan to take honor away from the Most High God.

    Just look at Tim Tebow… he promotes NIKE now.

    I rest my case.

  64. randomguy9999 says: Jan 1, 2012 12:33 PM

    TheWizard says:
    Dec 30, 2011 12:01 PM
    If the Broncos miss the playoffs, it will be due to Orton’s inadequacies in the first quarter of the season more so than anything he does in Sunday’s game.

    —————————————————————————

    ummmmm, nope…. it will be due to the poor passing effectiveness of Tebow…. 128yrds and 1TD per game doesn’t cut it…..

    all Orton has to do is put up 2TDs and there is 95% plus chance the Broncos will be out….. because there is no way Tebow can outscore even a moderate QB game in the air…..

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