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One of the biggest deficiencies of the Denver Broncos so far has been their inability to get touchdowns near the goal line.
Last week, it cost the Broncos the game against the Tennessee Titans.
A fourth down run to McGahee with a slim lead that couldn't yield one measly yard meant all the difference.
If the Broncos don't score touchdowns against the Packers, this game will get real ugly, real fast. For head coach John Fox, that might mean being unorthodox.
Tim Tebow has to be a factor near the end zone for the Broncos. He gives them the run-pass option to stretch defenses. He can pound the ball into the end zone or fake the run and pass for a touchdown.
Kyle Orton has been given hundreds of chances to show he can take over the game near the goal line but has consistently failed this season.
The Broncos have to put in some trick plays and different looks. Even if Tebow hands the ball off to McGahee or Moreno, the Broncos need him in the game.