The 13-10 victory marked the sixth straight win for the Broncos. They have now won seven of their last eight and Tebow continues to defy odds. Sundays game was just another in a growing list of Mile High Miracles Tebow has been in the middle of.
He would humbly tell you it isnt him. Its all the players around him doing all they can do to make it possible.
It comes as no surprise that Tebow saves his best for last. He leads all NFL quarterbacks in total yards during the fourth quarter.
You can say Tebow is lucky. You can say it is divine intervention. And you would be wrong on both counts.
No one works harder than Tebow. And hard work tends to make people lucky. Divine intervention?
I dont think for one second Tebows God cares one whit which team wins or loses a football game. In the meantime, Tebows public display of faith can be contagious.
When athletes talk about religion, it turns some people off. It inspires others to inquire more about their life after death. They could do worse than follow Tebows example of how to live their lives.
Tebow knows he has a lot to learn about playing his position in the NFL. It will be easier by virtue of his work ethic and a white-hot will to win.
I dont know how long these theatrics can go on. Just enjoy what you have seen and draw your own conclusions.
Its a Rocky Mountain high all right. Above all, believe it.
by Joe Biddle
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