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It's Tebow Time...in Kansas City?

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It's Tebow Time...in Kansas City?

Post by Tony on Sat Jan 11, 2014 12:11 pm

No, not really, but watching the game and reflecting on the box score truly made it seem similar to something happening with Tebow. Less than a few years after Tebow Time took the Broncos on a wild ride through the playoffs a rendition of it came back to Mile High Stadium.

Let's recall the game that is what is immediately thought of upon the heels of this game we have just seen completed.

It's November 13th, 2011. Week 9 of the NFL season. Tebow has been the starter for 3 weeks after taking over Kyle Orton and the 1-4 Broncos. So far he is 2-1 and getting the Broncos on track. Up next for him is the Chiefs. The game will be not be a pretty one. There will be fewer than 200 yards passing between 3 Quarterbacks and just under 400 yards rushing among 11 ball carriers.

Tebow completes 2 of 8 passes for 69 yards and a single touchdown. He runs for a further 43 yards and a touchdown.

The rest of the Broncos running backs gather about 250 yards themselves.

The game ends with a score of 17-10 Broncos over the Chiefs.

Fast forward to the 2013 season and we find ourselves with another match-up between the Broncos and the Chiefs.

Kansas City quarterback Alex Smith, in a 24-3 win to bring the Chiefs record to 7-3, completed 2 passes out of two attempts in the game for 33 yards. Meanwhile Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis ran roughshod through the Bronco's defense for roughly 250 yards and 3 touchdowns.

It's quite the similar result involving the two teams, albeit with some obvious changes at the quarterback position and such. Might we see a yet another near repeat performance in the playoffs? Next year? Another few years from now? It'll be fun to wait and find out.

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