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Tim Tebow's relationship with the Denver Broncos has been the most interesting story this preseason, other than the crazy free agent signings.
The Broncos went from almost trading Kyle Orton and starting Tebow, to making Orton the starter and Tebow the third- or fourth-string quarterback.
Last week against the Buffalo Bills, Tebow only threw the ball two times. That is not enough time in a game to make drastic decisions about a first-round pick from a season ago. If the Broncos are smart, they will give Tebow way more than two pass plays.
Why? If Tebow looks terrible, they look smart. If Tebow looks great, they have more than solid trade bait. A lot of teams would trade for Tebow in a heartbeat. Denver's crazy quarterback situation has become a bit of a distraction.
Hopefully we get some sort of idea what's going on with Tebow after the game against the Seahawks.