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The Broncos journey to New England only if they beat the Steelers and the Texans defeat the Bengals.
Honey, that ain't happenin'.
But let's pretend it will.
Tebow, who is not pictured in order to give readers a break from "His Shining Image," has led his team to three straight losses, including a blowout by Buffalo, of all teams.
The team has to rely on its defense now more than ever, following a near-shutout dealt by Kansas City. Yet, when the week before, a team gives up 40 points and two pick sixes, things do not bode well.
Tebow the passer is a failed experiment. In Week 17, he threw 6-of-22 for 60 yards and one interception. Meanwhile, McGahee managed 145 yards, yet his longest run was for 15 yards, which means he couldn't make the big play.
If the Broncos want a rematch, they better fix up everything about themselves. They've regressed since the Pats crushed them three games ago, though, so I wouldn't count on a win.
I'll see you in the AFC Championship.