His favorite play is the Hail Mary. Superman wears his pajamas to bed. When he touches water, it turns into Gatorade.
Somehow, someway, this guy finds a way to pull a win out of the jaws of defeat every Sunday afternoon.
Tebow, of all active NFL quarterbacks right now, has the lowest interception rate and third-highest touchdown percentage. He is 6-1 this season and 7-3 career as a starter.
Football fans, not just those in Denver, love to support the creator of Tebow-ing. He has the sixth-best selling jersey between April and December 2011, behind only the ranks of Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews, Troy Polamalu, Tom Brady and Drew Brees.
With his unorthodox style of play and large amount of media attention because of his professed values, Tebow faces adversity every time he steps onto the football field.
But it’s not just the way he plays or what he does off the field. His dramatic late game performances week after week make him must-watch television.
In the first three quarters this season, Tebow is 39-92 (42.2 percent) for 475 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions for a 77.0 passer rating.
Just in fourth quarters this season, Tebow is 31-53 (58.5 percent) for 490 yards, four touchdowns and one interception for a 106.6 passer rating.
There’s quite a difference between his first half and second half performances.
It seems hard to believe but he is Captain Clutch.
How does he do it? How has he found a way to win six out of his seven starts this season?
Inside this article, we’ll go game by game and reflect on how he managed to pick up more than a handful of victories and, in doing so, has the Broncos in the driver’s seat of the AFC West.
Here’s a look back on all seven of Tebow’s 2011 starts: