The Billboards Worked, Tim Tebow Played

09.19.11 7 years ago 2 Comments

The Denver Broncos have been the talk of the town throughout the first 2 weeks of the NFL season, but it’s not because they’re good or terrible or anything fundamental like that. It’s because fans have grown tiresome of perfectly able and average quarterback Kyle Orton and are demanding that new coach John Fox begin the Tim Tebow era immediately. Well the Tebow era has begun, friends, and all is glorious for Denver once again.

Oh, I should mention that the Tebow era has begun at wide receiver. I think that’s a pretty important tidbit. The Broncos’ receiving corp has more sore groins than a Kate Upton strip tease, after Brandon Lloyd was declared out for the game and Eddie Royal suffered a groin injury in the second quarter. That left sophomore Eric Decker as the go-to guy and it forced Fox to put Tebow into the lineup as a wideout. He ended with 0 receptions for 0 yards, and was clearly the guiding force in Denver’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals.

Meanwhile, the fans who claim to have raised $10,000 for two pro-Tebow billboards in downtown Denver can put their money to better use, like new crotches for Lloyd and Royal.

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