Just like that, the Tebow story begins a new chapter.
Tim Tebow's team trailed 6-0 after the first quarter, but Tebow brought the Denver Broncos back to take a 20-6 halftime lead. When a few controversial calls went against the Broncos, it looked as though the Pittsburgh Steelers were going to pull it off and end Tebow Mania.
But Tebow accepted the bad calls, which included a clear fumble that could not be challenged, because the referee blew his whistle. Immediately I thought, this is not how the Broncos should have their season come to an end.
Tebow did not allow his team to lose. He picked up his defense, which played incredibly intensely in the first half but allowed the Steelers another life in the second half.
Many thought that Tebow had lost his allure, until he had this great game on Sunday. He completed great long passes, including the game-winning 80-yard touchdown that sent the defending AFC champions packing.
These images from Sunday will stick with a lot of NFL fans for years to come when they recall what was simply an improbable game at Mile High Stadium.