Tim Tebow: Win in Miami Doesn't Mean He Is a Star

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Tim Tebow: Win in Miami Doesn't Mean He Is a Star
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Tim Tebow led the Denver Broncos to a comeback win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, but that doesn't mean Tebow is a star in the NFL.

Tebow is, arguably, the best college football player of all-time, but that talent doesn't always transfer from college to the pros.  JaMarcus Russell, who is no longer in the NFL, and Reggie Bush are prime examples of college stars who are considered "busts" in the NFL.

Kyle Orton was Denver's starting QB for the team's first five regular season games, leading them to a 1-4 record.  Tebow replaced Orton as QB in the middle of Denver's Week 5 matchup against the San Diego Chargers, and it seems as if Tebow will be Denver's starting QB until Broncos head coach John Fox decides otherwise.

According to Yahoo! Sports, Broncos fans campaigned for Tebow to start at QB, but are they still going to want that by season's end?

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