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John Fox Monday Press Conference |
Head Coach John Fox talks about Sunday's loss to the Lions after watching game tape and meeting with the team.

NFL Videos: Teb-owned by the Lions
Tim Tebow showed his inexperience Sunday against the Lions. But Heath Evans still believes Tebow should be the Broncos' starter, despite two difficult starts in 2011.

Broncos’ Options Beyond Tebow Are Few -
Almost a week after Halloween, Dr. Frankenstein will come to the N.F.L., rolling out quarterback experiments in Oakland and in Denver that originated at opposite starting points but hoped to yield the same result: passing play effective enough to resuscitate a franchise.

Tim Tebow can’t rescue these Broncos; nobody can -
The Denver Broncos hit bottom 371 days ago. The Oakland Raiders rolled into town and smacked the Broncos upside the head, 59-14, in the worst afternoon ever for professional football on the Front Range.

Tim Tebow the Denver Broncos' starting QB "for this week," coach John Fox says - The Denver Post
Tim Tebow's NFL audition will continue, at least through Sunday's game at Oakland. "For this week, yes," Broncos coach John Fox said Monday, a day after his team's 45-10 home loss to Detroit.

After beating Patriots, Steelers look to be the best of the AFC - Peter King -
It doesn't look like Tim Tebow's good enough to prevent Denver from making Matt Barkley or Landry Jones its first pick next April. But he sure is a nice guy.

Denver Broncos News

Fox sticking with Tebow for now - Boulder Daily Camera
Tim Tebow wasn't sacked Monday. One day after giving his embattled young quarterback a less than ringing endorsement following a humiliating 45-10 loss at home to the Lions, Broncos coach John Fox said he's sticking with Tebow.

Broncos Mailbag: Only Tim Tebow can fix Tim Tebow - The Denver Post
The Posts Broncos reporter responds to your questions in Mike Klis Broncos Mailbag. In this weeks installment, Mike tackles nine Qs, including one wondering why the Broncos coaching staff isnt putting Tim Tebow in a position to succeed.

Krieger: Tebow blame game — Is it QB or play-caller? - The Denver Post
In todays episode of our nations favorite new soap opera, "As Tebow Turns," we present a debate between John Lynch and John Fox on this question: What comes first, the Tebow or the egg?

Denver Broncos tailback Willis McGahee willing to play against Raiders with broken hand - The Denver Post
There is puffiness on top of the right hand, but surgery to insert a plate and five pins will do that.

Analysis: No gray area in Detroit Lions' blueprint for beating Tim Tebow, Denver Broncos - The Denver Post
NFL reporter Jeff Legwold analyzes the Broncos 45-10 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday and looks ahead.

Broncos, at 2-5, have a lot of reasons to be concerned before Raiders game - The Denver Post
Few things in sports are as bad as an NFL season gone bad, and the Broncos are 2-5 after a 45-10 loss to Detroit in Denver.

Next up for Denver Broncos: Eye on Oakland Raiders - The Denver Post
Denver is 2-5, last place in the AFC West. Oakland is 4-3. The Raiders are tied for first place with Kansas City and San Diego.

Tim Tebow partly to blame for Broncos allowing so many sacks - The Denver Post
Tim Tebow has been sacked at least three times in three of his five starts for the Broncos. He has been sacked a total of 13 times in his last two starts.

Denver Broncos Blogs

Infection the Biggest Concern for McGahee’s Recovery |
It was bad enough that Willis McGahee broke the fourth metacarpal bone in his right hand when he grabbed the face mask of Sean Smith eight days ago.

What is it about Tim Tebow? - Guest Voices - The Washington Post
When I learned that Tim Tebow was going to get this first start of the season at quarterback for the Denver Broncos, I reached for the remote and programmed the DVR.

NFL cheerleaders - Photos
Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders perform during the team's Week 8 victory over the San Diego Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium.

Raiders coach Hue Jackson on Tim Tebow: "He's a winner" | First-and-Orange
The Raiders started their preparations for the Broncos today, holding their first post-bye-week practice, after which, head coach Hue Jackson met with reporters.

NFL News

NY Jets must get hot in cold climates against Buffalo Bills and Denver Broncos to win AFC East - NY Daily News
The weather forecast for Buffalo on Sunday is rain with 14-mph winds. It is not good, in other words, because the weather in Buffalo is never good.

Seahawks | Raiders to try out ex-Seahawk WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh | Seattle Times Newspaper
The Oakland Raiders on Tuesday will work out former Seahawks receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh, 34, who hasn't played this season after spending 2010 in Baltimore.

NFL Power Rankings, Week 9: Big Ben Making Some Noise - SB Nation Arizona
Week 9 of the NFL Power Rankings brings a little bit of a shakeup, but not a whole lot. Ben Roethlisberger and his Pittsburgh Steelers make a nice jump with a home win over the New England Patriots, while the New Orleans Saints blow a lot of their Week 8 goodwill with a loss to the lowly St. Louis Rams.

NFL column: Owner Ross has wrecked Dolphins |
You can make a strong argument for Daniel Snyder, or you can talk up Bill Bidwill. Mike Brown is usually in the conversation and William Clay Ford is always around if you want to kick a few tires.

Detroit Lions Branded "Bad Boys" of NFL: Fan Reaction - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Much like its hometown namesake, the Detroit Lions are quickly becoming a gritty, grinding, hard working franchise. Much of that development has been due to the revamped front office and their top-notch personnel picks.

Denver Broncos Fans

What's happening to Tebow is what's happened to Orton... - Mile High Report
And could that, my friends, be one Mike McCoy? Seriously, think about it for a minute. Like Orton or not, you have to admit he's a pretty darn good passer of the ball. But wow, what happened to Orton?

TeeSlice Tales: The Civil War and An NFL World Divided - Mile High Report
Well ladies and gentlemen the worst happen Sunday.  The Broncos were blown out by the Detroit Lions 45-10 at Mile High.  To make matters worst Tim Tebow played his second bad game.  At what cost do we as fans have to witness this horror.  This hurts bad.

Lions vs Broncos: The No Bull Review - Mile High Report
 I watched most of the game on fast forward.  Many of the readers on the site can't stomach close losses in the least...I'm the opposite.  I can't stand not being in a game at all.  If I didn't have a DVR, I would have walked away from the game for an hour or so towards the end of the 2nd Quarter.

I hope everyone has had time to digest that dis-heartening blowout yesterday.  I am sure glad that the pundits are objective and fair after a poor showing by Tim Tebow in only his 5th NFL start (sarcasm).

Logic - Mile High Report
This is not an Anti-Tebow post. This is not a Pro-Tebow post. This is not a Tebow post. This is a post that asks a few questions about you as a fan and your expectations. I want to know what you expect of your team...

Tebow's First Half Against Detroit - Mile High Report
I've mentioned this a couple of times in various comment threads and am mostly just getting mocked, so I figured I would put my notes here. I re-watched the first half of the Detroit game and honestly thought that Tebow showed more good than bad in the first half.

I loathe fans, I really do, and this probably includes you. - Mile High Report
There are few groups of people more fickle than sports fans.  One prominent member of MHR has a signature that reads something like: In today's generation, instant gratification is not fast enough.

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