Denver Broncos

The Door for Josh McDaniels Has Been Closed, Will a New Door Open for Tim Tebow?

KANSAS CITY, MO - DECEMBER 05:  Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos stretches during warm-ups prior to the start of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs on December 5, 2010 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Trevor LowryContributor IDecember 7, 2010

The Denver Broncos have fired head coach Josh McDaniels before he even got comfortable with the team. Just in his second season, Josh McDaniels managed to compile a record of 11-17 with a little less than two years with the Denver Broncos. With the firing of Josh McDaniels maybe a new coach will step in and try something new, since what McDaniels did obviously did not work, unless if a team wants to be playoff-less. 

Whoever the new coach may be, the Denver Broncos might want to try something new to spark the team, like giving Tim Tebow a chance at starting quarterback. Kyle Orton, starting quarterback of the Denver Broncos, managed to complete 9-of-28 passes last Sunday vs. the Kansas City Chiefs. Sure, Kyle Orton is having a decent year, but the Broncos are not winning and the fingers are pointing at Kyle Orton.

Giving Tim Tebow the chance to start for the Denver Broncos or at least getting some more snaps in could be just the spark the Denver Broncos needed to get back on track.

Tim Tebow is one of the most motivated football players that the game has ever seen. Two national championships and one Heisman Trophy for the Florida Gators are proof for this. If anyone can give the Denver Broncos the spark they needed, it is Tim Tebow.

So whoever the new coach for the Denver Broncos may be, he may want to look on his roster and start Tim Tebow very soon if the Broncos plan on winning another game this season. 

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