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Sometimes it's better to not analyze Tim Tebow and the Broncos and just chalk it all up to the same Tim Tebow magic we have seen for nearly six years now since his stepped onto the campus at Florida University.
Some way, some how, the guy just finds a way to win games. Even Tim Tebow naysayers (and I've been one of them) had to give credit to Tebow's performance against the Steelers even though they were a bit banged up on defense.
No matter how injured they were, 30 yards per completion against Pittsburgh is nothing to sneeze at.
In the first ever NFL playoff game with the new overtime rules, Tebow set a record that can never be broken as he led his team to victory in a single play. It also marked his fourth overtime win this year.
There are many good NFL quarterbacks past and present that didn't have that many in their career!
Are the Broncos going to be an underdog in every game moving forward? Absolutely.
Do they have the weakest roster of every remaining playoff team? Probably.
Is Tim Tebow all of a sudden an elite quarterback? No way.
What Tebow does possess though is an ability to come through in the clutch and to rise up at the greatest times of adversity.
He's also a tremendous leader and after their win against the Steelers, the entire Broncos team is going to march into Foxboro Stadium believing they can take down a Patriots team that's dropped its last two home playoff games to quarterbacks named Joe Flacco and Mark Sanchez.
We have seen some incredible runs to the Super Bowl. Perhaps we're about to witness another one with Tim Tebow leading the way.