Steelers vs. Broncos Video: Watch Tebow Star in Bizarre Recap of Playoff Win

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There have been a number of Tim Tebow parodies since the Denver quarterback took over as the starter in Week 7.

However, this one by the people at NMA TV takes the cake as the most bizarre and most creative out of them all. 

The first word that came to my mind after viewing this video was, “Wow.” 

I mean, they took this to a whole new level of comparing Tebow to his religious beliefs. It’s one thing to say that he is being helped by mystical beings, like Angels, but its another to literally show the QB actually being crucified by his detractors. 

However, the cartoon does bring up some of Tebow’s and the NFL on CBS’ coincidental stats from that game. Tebow did finish the game with 316 passing yards, averaging 31.6 yards per completion, while CBS’ highest rating for the game was 31.6.

This all ties into one of the most famous biblical passages, “John 3:16.” 

Tebow’s performance in his first-ever playoff game was indeed shocking, since he ended the regular season on such a poor note.

However, for as good as Tebow was, he still only completed 10 passes and was helped out by the Steelers safeties not offering any over-the-top protection.

For example, on the game-winning play in overtime, the Steelers emptied their secondary because on 23 of 24 first downs before that play, the Broncos ran a running play. However, Tebow and the Broncos exploited that hole in the middle of the field, and it resulted in the 80-yard game-winning touchdown. 

The video is right, though—as long as Tebow is winning, there will be people who profit from it. 

Even if Tebow and the Broncos lose on Saturday night to the New England Patriots, the phenomenon known as Tebow will find a way of continuing to dominate the NFL season. 

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