Tim Tebow: It’s Time for the Denver Broncos To Start Him

September 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After watching Kyle Orton win only three times in his last 13 starts, one thing has emerged as crystal clear as a cool rocky mountain stream: Orton is not a clutch QB.
Denver currently possesses the No. 1 passing offense in the league. 
This is the result of Orton's efficiency in-between the 20's while possessing one of the league's best wide receiving corps and schemes. 
Broncos have the league's No. 1 ranked passing offense. 4 WRs in the top 30 Yards per game average 3 WRs in top 26 Receptions 4 WRs in top 29 TDs Denver's issues are not in the WRs or scheme, it is in seeing the execution of this scheme in clutch situations by its QB. Be it third down conversions or red zone efficiency, Orton has been atrocious.
During the Colts game, the defense kept the Broncos in it, and Orton found a way to keep us out of it every time the team made it into the red zone.

Broncos were in Indy territory eight times, and came away with...

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