Although most of us Broncos fans would agree that the QB play in Denver wasn't terrible, it did at times leave some things to be desired.
Orton was good, but he appeared to fold under pressure.
Enter Tim Tebow.
After 13 games as Orton's backup, he received his first NFL start against Oakland, and many thought he at least brought an excitement to the game that had been lacking. Tebow has lots of potential, but is very raw.
The question those in Dove Valley must ponder now is this: Should Tebow be the starting QB for the Broncos next year? Read on for an examination of the pluses and minuses of making the 2011 season the first year that Tebow is the full-time starter for the Broncos.