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It's hard to say enough good things about Tim Tebow.
A 6-1 record as a starter, unflinching in the face of scorching national criticism, motivating his teammates on offense and defense alike and taking the Broncos from the cellar to the top of the division in just seven weeks—it's almost unthinkable.
Add to the list the fact that he is improving as a quarterback. On Sunday, he stayed in the pocket more than he has all season. When he was flushed out, he extended plays but continued to look downfield to find open receivers (for touchdowns), rather than just "tucking it and running."
He threw for more passing yards Sunday than in any other game this season, finishing with an NFL QB passer rating of 149.3.
Additionally, when Minnesota put points on the board and the Broncos' offensive needed to respond, Tebow answered the bell. Sometimes it took just one play.
Ultimately, he lead the Broncos to victory—again—and is making believers out of even the staunchest of critics.