Denver Broncos: 4 Creative Ways John Fox Can Work Tim Tebow into the Offense

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Denver Broncos: 4 Creative Ways John Fox Can Work Tim Tebow into the Offense
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When a player wins a Heisman trophy in their sophomore season in the NCAA, the future seems pretty well mapped out. You finish your college career, enter the NFL draft, rake in the endorsement money, become a star and, if all goes according to plan, end your career as a legend. 

As the first sophomore winner in history, Tim Tebow, definitely looked to be on that path. Tebow has been more than hyped, creating a large NFL fanbase before he even took an NFL snap. After Denver traded three picks to grab Tebow, Broncos’ fans were hoping they had another Hall-of-Fame quarterback on their hands.

Unfortunately, Tebow seems to be a great example of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Despite earning two Rookie of the Week honors last season, Tebow could possibly end up as the third string quarterback for Denver, falling behind a steady quarterback in Kyle Orton and Brady Quinn, a young quarterback looking for another shot.

While it looks like the Denver coaching staff is no longer favoring Tebow, there are ways he can still be useful for the Broncos’ offense.

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