Tim Tebow has had a remarkable season, leading his team to a 7-4 record after a 1-4 start with Kyle Orton at quarterback. Here is a breakdown of what to expect from Tebow against the Steelers and their mighty defense.
Tebow's play has not been consistent by any means, but he seems to come up big when needed. His poor completion rate is due in large part to drops by receivers, but he has also thrown his share of poor passes.
Denver's offense has been very predictable with Tebow behind center, but when games were on the line, Tebow often got it done.
So what should we expect from his playoff debut at Mile High Stadium? Here are five things.