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The Broncos' stunning overtime victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers was the most surprising result of the postseason so far.
Many pundits blamed the Steelers' inexplicable defensive collapse on arrogance. Dick LeBeau and the Steelers' coaching staff didn't think Tim Tebow could beat them with his arm, so they gave his receivers too much room. By moving their safeties up to the box, they freed up Demaryius Thomas to run rampant down the field.
Tebow racked up 316 yards through the air against the vaunted Steelers' defense and outplayed the hobbled Ben Roethlisberger.
Although they were smashed in the divisional round by the New England Patriots, Tebow showed he could lead the Broncos effectively, despite his struggles with accuracy.