Yesterday Tim Tebow completed 10 of 15 passes, which raised his career completion rate to 48.3%, up from 47.1% last week. Denver is now in first place in the AFC West at 7-5. Yet somehow for the season their opponents have outscored them by 36 points (in fact the AFC West team with the best point differential is in last place in the division, San Diego at -26). Of the Broncos’ 7 wins, 6 of them are by a touchdown or less. 5 of them are by 4 points or less. They have won two games in overtime (both times by 3), and three others by 2, 3, and 4 points respectively. The fact that they keep winning absolutely defies logic. And for somebody who has a pretty healthy respect for logic, it’s infuriating. I give up. I don’t know what else to say.
Mark your calenders: in two weeks the Denver Tebows host New England. Sunday, December 18th, 4:15 pm. The Armageddon of regular season NFL games.
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