Tim Tebow’s “Cult of Personality:” Good or Bad for the Broncos?

February 5, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Unless they have been living under a rock for the past year-and-a-half, those that live in Bronco land (i.e Colorado and surrounding areas) know about the quarterback situation with the Denver Broncos.
Exhibit A is Kyle Orton, who was the Broncos' starting QB for 29 games from 2009-10. While he has his issues, he has proved to be an experienced QB for the Denver Broncos who has, for all intensive purposes, done all that was required of him.
Exhibit B is the young upstart by the name of Tim Tebow, who has been characterized by his drive, determination, work ethic and strong will to win. Although he has a lack of experience, for most people he is the hands-down favorite to be the starting QB for the Denver Broncos.
Due to Orton's injury, Tebow's last three games were as the starting QB for the Broncos, and during that time he generally played well, at least as well as could be expected of a rookie in the NFL.
Tebow's story, however, is interesting in that he has what ...

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