If you're looking for a quick look at how Tim Tebow dismantled the Pittsburgh secondary and put Denver into the next round of the 2011 NFL playoffs, here's a nice highlight reel for you to take a peak at.
Here's a look at what's inside this Tebowmania-pleasing video:
A 3rd and 12 completion to DeMaryius Thomas that set up the Bronco's first touchdown of the day by moving them from deep in their own territory and mired in an inability to move the ball all the way into Pittsburgh territory and ready to score.
A pass down the sideline to Eddie Royal for a 30-yard touchdown that put the Broncos up 7-6 (they wouldn't trail again in the game). Check out Royal's ability to stay in bounds while evading the tight coverage of corner William Gay of Pittsburgh.
A 58-yard bomb from Tebow to Thomas again, this time on 2nd and 7. This set up another score by Denver and is a great example of just how Tebow and Thomas managed to elude one of the NFL's best cover men in Ike Taylor.
A designed quarterback draw where the always-tough Tebow bulldozes through the middle of his line and the Pittsburgh defense and scores on an 8-yard touchdown run. Tebow's most important run of the day put the Broncos up 14-6 and had the Steelers completely flabbergasted.