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Mr. Jeckyll, meet Mr. Hyde.
What a turnaround from one week to another.
Today the Tim Tebow that many fans expected showed up and showed some nifty playing. He had an efficient passing day, going 10-for-21 and 124 yards and two TDs. Not great stats, with just under a 50 percent completion average, but he also had zero interceptions and zero fumbles.
And then there was that additional 117 yards rushing on 12 carries. This was one area that the Raiders felt they could contain Tebow's feet and make him throw the ball. OUCH!
And this was the first time since the dark ages of Bronco football when the late QB Norris Weese had a 100 yards rushing as well as an RB, Otis Armstrong, I believe.
I think one of the things that made this happen today, in addition to the game plan changes and the offensive line, was that Tebow looked like he was having fun again.
And when he has fun, all us Bronco fans can have fun.