Broncos Update Insider - 12/28
The rumble of the Invesco Field crowd in the fourth quarter harkened back to a 2008 thriller against San Diego, when Jay Cutler was the quarterback and Denver needed a touchdown and two-point conversion to prevail. The scene was completely different Sunday, with a Denver franchise long out of the playoff hunt, with a major to-do list this offseason, no coach or general manager in place and the Broncos holding a 3-11 record entering Sunday. But Tebow, for a day at least, made fans forget all the negativity. "I think all things considered, he had a great day, and you've got to look at it that way," Broncos chief operating officer Joe Ellis said. "It's a great start, and he'll learn more as he goes along. It's just an exciting day overall for him and everybody in the stands. It changes the feeling a little bit for people." There are still skeptics as to whether Tebow is the long-term answer at quarterback. The points are valid and will have to be sorted out by the...
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