Tim Tebow Win
November 28, 2011 by staff
Still, there was Tim Tebow, doing enough to help lead the Denver Broncos to a 16-13 win over the staggering San Diego Chargers. After Nick Novak missed a 53-yard field goal, Denver’s Matt Prater kicked a 37-yarder with 29 seconds left, making Tebow 5-1 since he was elevated to starting quarterback.
Tebow wasn’t watching as Novak lined up to try the 53-yarder.
He was praying, of course.
Did Tebow ask for a miss?
“I might have said that. Or maybe a block. Maybe all of it,” the Denver quarterback said with a laugh.
Whatever, it worked.
Novak pushed his kick wide right. Tebow moved the Broncos down the field for the kick that sent the Chargers tumbling to their sixth straight loss.
With that kick, there now hasn’t been a tie in the NFL since Cincinnati and Philadelphia ended deadlocked at 13 on Nov. 16, 2008.
“This is a special team, a special team when you have a bunch of guys that when things aren’t going good we get closer instead of pulling apart,” said Tebow, who grates on some people because he’s openly religious. “The No. 1 reason we are like that is because we believe in each other, we believe in the coaching staff.”
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