Tim Tebow led the Denver Broncos to yet another remarkable comeback on the road last Sunday against an Adrian Peterson-less Minnesota Vikings team. Vikings rookie Christian Ponder looked good at times but bad when it mattered most, and Tebow did what Tebow does—he won.
I've written several times over the past few weeks about how Tebow doesn't have what it takes to be a long-term success in the NFL. I've blamed John Elway, John Fox and of course Timmy himself, but it's now become clear that I, in addition to almost every former doubter, was wrong.
The answer to this question of this article, without degrading the mildly impressive (at times) season Ponder is having, is Tebow. Tebow will have a better career simply because he is a winner. For as long as he has been a part of my sports life, he has done what DJ Khaled and company do, "win, win, win, no matter what."