Interesting how he is changing perspectives
I think, uh, Tim complements me. You know, because, they not only have to worry about me they have to worry about him too. So, you know, it’s actually taking pressure off of me. So, you know, it really works out and helps each other. It helps both of us…You know, Tim can have a great game, and you know, hopefully not out-rush me. You know, that’s my goal. When he gets up there in them yards, I have to work a little harder, because, you know, I can’t have a quarterback out-rush me. -- Willis McGahee confirming that his game is enhanced by Tebow's rushing tendencieshttp://prod.www.broncos.clubs.nfl.com/multimedia/videos/Week-14---Wednesday-Sounds/676f5352-7545-4cef-b0af-144fd75d84cf
Does not sound like a guy who is doubting his young QB!
By now, we've read all sorts of perspectives on how the Broncos are winning with Tim Tebow. I have to say that this article really nails the true reason: Tebow forces defenses to be disciplined in both the run and the pass.
Good locker room material. I hope we destroy them and serve them up some humble pie.
Question: Bill, what are your thoughts on the Cutler trade now ? Do you think it was a smart move that would be done again ? Bill Williamson: I think it was all generated by Josh McDaniels. I thionk Chicago won that deal. ....................... Gentlemen, I think Bill needs to hear from you. We got Kyle Orton, sure. But we also got two first-round picks and a third-round pick. They got Cutler who led Chicago's 31st ranked offense last year and then quit on the team in the playoffs. That team made the playoffs despite Cutler, not because of him. Chicago would never give up that trade again. Never. Never. Never. They would never do that deal if they had it to do over. They'd have used those three high draft picks to actually improve their offense and get them over the hump rather than ranking 31st last year. Bill needs to hear from you. He's already heard from me.
Tim gets better each week. He works harder than anybody I’ve ever really seen. Shoot, he was throwing today, on his day off. -- John Fox confirming that Tebow does work harder than other playershttp://www.nfl.com/videos/denver-broncos/09000d5d824cf0eb/Tebow-does-it-again?continuous=true
Neither the Broncos or Patriots wanted the move to PrimeTime
A look at the Bears offensive Tendencies
The incredible reach of "Tebowing" now has extended into the ranks of American Olympic heroes. Lindsey Vonn, a world-class skier who captured gold and bronze medals at the 2010 Vancouver Games, dropped to one knee after winning Wednesday's super-G in Beaver Creek, Colo. denverpost.