The NFL is working on a radical plan to try to change the way in which kickoffs are done. They are proposing a situation in which the team that has just scored would receive the football at their own 30 yard line with a 4th a 15 to go for the first down. The team would then have the option of either going for the first down or simply punting the ball off to the other team.
In order for the Broncos to win a Super Bowl Championship, they need a quarterback who has had success at the collegiate level and is able to motivate other high-paid athletes. There is no better candidate for these tasks than one of Denver’s favorite players, Mr. Tim Tebow. As Florida Gator fans found out when they jumped on the Tim Tebow bandwagon, anything can happen when you have the man, the myth and the legend as your quarterback. When it is Tebow Time, magical things happen that can make grown men and women cry like little babies.
Tebow is able
So you’re a Broncos fan and your love for the team will never die no matter what, but what do you do about the trouble with Tebow? You know what I’m talking about and thoughts of Tebow can often conjure up thoughts of the old adage “one bad apple spoils the bunch,” but what exactly is it about Tebow that seems to really be dragging down the Broncos season. That’s what we’re here to discuss, today.
Tim Tebow is somewhat of a difficult subject to broach when you talk Broncos football and much of the problem isn’t in the man himself so much as his actions. If you get your sports channels through services like Cannon Satellite then you know what I’m talking about. Tebow is a nice guy and admittedly it’s normal for someone like him to experience a rocky start when beginning with any new team, but the logistical failures from his more memorable games go beyond excusable. We’re talking crucial throws snubbed and catches botched.
While it is true that the Broncos recently enjoyed a victory against the Steelers courtesy of the sudden Tebow turnaround, the young Bronco still has much to make up for. Let’s just hope it’s not too little too late.
In the midst of rehabbing his torn ACL hurt during the offseason, Terrell Owens is biding his team as he hunts for a new team interested in his receiving services. It certainly won’t be easy as Owens will turn 38 in December and is known for disrupting locker rooms like it-s part of his contract. For those reasons, many teams may turn away from Owens when he is healthy enough to begin playing in the NFL this year.
Some teams willing to give the six-time Pro Bowler a chance are the New York Jets, Baltimore Ravens, New England
Indianapolis Colts without Peyton Manning, can they win it all? The problem with the Indianapolis Colts everything revolves around Peyton Manning. It is different in other organizations as using a back up can be done easier than in Indianapolis. Peyton Manning is more than just a quarterback he is like having another coach on the field. He is an extension of the head coach, which makes it much easier for the players and team to
The AFC West is more predictable than any other division in the league. This is because the talent level is way off-kilter. If the league only consisted of the AFC West, there would be no parity whatsoever. The most talented team in the division is the San Diego Chargers. That goes without saying. They win the division almost every year. Their only problem is that they can-t win the big game in the playoffs. Phillip Rivers is still young, but if he wants to
Week One of the NFL season was exciting. This should come as no surprise. While there was a lot of excitement around the league, nothing topped the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. This Tom Brady-led offense looked more like a machine than a football unit, executing with surgical precision on nearly every play. Brady threw for 517 yards, which is fifth most in NFL history. The nightcap for the Monday Night Football double header saw the Broncos fall to the Raiders, which somewhat