The next leg of what can only be described as the Tim Tebow machine landed in New York City this weekend as the in contention Broncos QB obligingly dressed matchy, matchy to his Jockey billboards to view a fashion show in front of Macy’s.
NFL.com senior columnist Vic Carucci gets the sense that the Broncos should decide it’s Tim Tebow time.
Gil Brandt still believes in Tim Tebow as a viable NFL quarterback, but he does buy into the notion that John Elway and John Fox might not share his opinion — and that they very well could take a quarterback with the second overall pick in the draft.
One of the biggest questions facing Broncos coach John Fox is what to do at quarterback. Tim Tebow or Kyle Orton? NFL Network analyst Trent Green believes that Orton is the obvious choice because with the team’s struggles on defense, a veteran quarterback can add some stability.
Is there anything that Tim Tebow cannot do? National champion. Heisman Trophy winner. Mohle. Put him up against the IBM super computer on “Jeopardy!” and I am taking the lefty.
Turns out we can add golfing to the list of things that he excels at.
Broncos general manager Brian Xanders denied an NFL.com/NFL Network report that second-year quarterback Tim Tebow lacks support within the organization.
Broncos new head coach John Fox is a long ways off from chosing his starter for 2011.
The Broncos are not going to trade QB Tim Tebow.
It might be a good idea for the Broncos head coach candidates — Perry Fewell, Jim Harbaugh, Eric Studesville and Mike Mularkey — to have some type of blueprint for Project Tebow.
One of the best features of any fantasy game is the projections. Nothing gives you the instant validation that you are setting to proper lineup than to see your projected lineup is beating your opponent’s lineup. You already feel like a winner on Wednesday morning, like you just got a pep talk from legendary Packers coach Vince Lombardi.
There will be bumps on the road for Tim Tebow. So let’s kick back and hold back the reigns a bit to see where this young man takes us.
What an odd week for fantasy quarterbacks. Redskins QB Rex Grossman tosses four touchdown passes. Broncos QB Tim Tebow is proving to be a dual-threat. And Colts QB Peyton Manning managed to escape again without throwing an interception.
If you advanced to the fantasy playoffs with Broncos QB Kyle Orton leading your team, congratulations. Especially after yesterday’s disaster. What was that, two points from Orton?