Broncos and Tebow Beat Up By Bills in 40-14 Route

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is sacked by Buffalo Bills' Arthur Moats (52) during the second half

A defense that played more like they were in the first few weeks of the season than the last, derailed Tim Tebow and the Broncos Saturday, putting them in a one and done position next week against former QB Kyle Orton and the Chiefs.

It was a nightmare day for Tebow, as safety Jairus Byrd and linebacker Spencer Johnson returned interceptions for touchdowns on consecutive plays from scrimmage in the fourth quarter to seal Buffalo’s 40-14 rout on Saturday.

The Bills snapped a seven-game skid and stalled the Broncos in their bid to secure their first playoff berth since 2005.

Tebow finished with a career-worst four interceptions as the Broncos (8-7) lost their second in a row and fell into a tie with Oakland for first place in the AFC West. The Broncos close the season at home against Kansas City next week, while Oakland hosts San Diego.

If the 8-7 Broncos beat Kansas City in the season finale on New Year’s Day, they will win the AFC West Division title on a tiebreaker against the 8-7 Oakland Raiders and, possibly, San Diego, depending on how the 7-7 Chargers fare later today at Detroit.


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2 Responses to “Broncos and Tebow Beat Up By Bills in 40-14 Route”

  1. Charles Hubbard says:

    Jesus would never promote or wear anything honoring the name of the pagan goddess NIKE.

    God had me share this with Tim Tebow… but from what I can tell… he decided he could profit by honoring both the Name of God and the name of the pagan goddess NIKE.

    So we get to see who is right… God or Tim Tebow.

    I’ll go with God on this one.

  2. Russ Loede says:

    Tebow wearing Nike…give me a break! That doesn’t negatively affect his testimony for Jesus Christ. Wearing a Nike hat means nothing. Charles, shame on you!