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Tim Tebow only completed two passes against the Chiefs on Sunday.
Mark Sanchez was supposed to take the next step this year in his development as a quarterback. If he's done so, it's been a move laterally, if not backward.
One day after giving his embattled young quarterback a less than ringing endorsement following a 45-10 loss at home to the Detroit Lions, Broncos coach John Fox said he's sticking with Tim Tebow.
Although Tim Tebow's mechanics are far from polished and his passes far from pretty, his moxie appears to be in perfect working order.
Through six weeks, we've all made our share of roster moves. But whether we're winning, losing or treading water at .500, it's likely we've all got some relatively dead weight we're not sure what to do with.
Tim Tebow has lost his top target even before he makes his first start of the season.
Tim Tebow has lost his top target even before making his first start of the season.
Play a guy who's struggling, or try the guy you thought wasn't as good as the starter. That's been the quarterback quandary for plenty of coaches over the first part of the NFL season.
It's officially Tebow Time in Denver.