Tim Tebow: Next Chapter for Denver Broncos Begins vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday afternoon, Tim Tebow will take the field in front of over 76,000 fans at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Tebow will be looking to win the AFC West with a victory over former teammate, Kyle Orton, and the Chiefs.
A win by Denver or an Oakland loss, will clinch the division and send the Denver Broncos to the playoffs for the first time since 2005. With over 76,000 people in attendance, Tebow will feel some pressure, right?
It would only be natural for a quarterback in his 14th start to feel a bit of pressure. But Tim Tebow is not just another quarterback. He has shown that he does not panic when all seems lost. He stays composed and calm under pressure.
This has helped him to compile five fourth-quarter comebacks and compose game-winning drives since October 23. All of the comebacks and overtime wins has solidified his role as a playmaker, who is not afraid to carry a team on his back.
Tim Tebow undoubtedly inspires his teammates and motivates them to play at higher levels than they might have ever thought possible. It is important to understand the mental aspect of sports and to recognize that there is more than just practice and physical ability that goes into a teams performance.
We all have heard speculations of players "quitting" or a team that "chokes" in crucial moments. Tim Tebow virtually eliminates these thoughts when his team goes to the huddle before games on Sundays.
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He has earned the respect of his teammates by winning when his number was called. In doing so, he has given his teammates a reason to never quit and to play every snap, of every game, as if it were their last. He gives them a reason to believe that it is possible to win each game they play.
Tim Tebow will have the Broncos ready to play in this game. For many of these players, it will be the biggest game of their NFL careers. The Denver Broncos will be assured a home game next week in the playoffs should they win this week.
Although Tebow won two national championships at Florida, this will be the biggest game of his career.
A season filled with miraculous comebacks, constant criticism and borderline obnoxious media coverage, will become just another chapter in a story that has yet to reach its end.
If Tim Tebow can win again on Sunday afternoon, perhaps more skeptics will begin to believe in what Tebow can do both on and off the field. Perhaps the cynics will put aside Tebow's faith and begin to see what else he does that leads the Broncos to victory.
A win Sunday, and the postseason chapter of the Tebow story will begin for Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos.
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