Sunday, January 08, 2012

Tim Tebow to Demarius Thomas made for an exciting and shortest ever playoff overtime

in NFL history.  I'm happy for them, Coach Fox, GM John Elway and the rest of the team.

Trent Dilfer made a great point a few minutes ago.  He asked, "Who drafted these guys (meaning Thomas and Tebow)?"

Well, the answer is Josh McDaniels, who will be waiting for them on the opposite sidelines next Saturday night, as he is back with the New England Patriots.

Interesting times, indeed.

Photo links here and here.

UPDATE:  Had to add this cover:

UPDATE: Gets better, Tebow is quoted as saying:
I guess [Tom Brady]’s a prophet, I don’t know.

UPDATE: Jon Acuff weighs in with:
Tebow threw for 316 yards. Hellooooo John 3:16 comparisons.

UPDATE: Tony Massarotti says:
Say this for the irresistible Mr. Tebow: the Steelers dared him to beat them deep - and beat them he did. Prior to yesterday, the mighty Pittsburgh defense had surrendered two pass plays all season of at least 40 yards. Yesterday, the Steelers allowed four, culminating in an 80-yard strike from Tebow to Demaryius Thomas that ended Pittsburgh's season on the first play of overtime.

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