Sunday, November 27, 2011

Broncos Pray with Tebow After OT Win Over Chargers

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow prays with members of both teams after their overtime win against the San Diego Chargers in an NFL football game on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

Tebow led the Broncos to 16-13 OT win over Chargers. Tebow is 5-1 as a starter and people are starting to believe in him. Even the Bronocs are starting to believe in Tebow. After the OT win, the Broncos joined in prayer with Tebow. Whether skeptic or a believer in Christ, Tebow is making everybody aware he wears Christ on his sleeve. Prayer is good for moral. Let the atheist, the media, and the ACLU whine that a good Christian boy is playing professional football. Tebow is a good for the NFL.

(YAHOO) SAN DIEGO (AP) — Tebow Time had just seconds to spare in overtime before the Denver Broncos beat the staggering San Diego Chargers.

Tebow, now 5-1 as the Broncos' starter, led Denver from its 43 after San Diego's Nick Novak was wide right on a 53-yard field goal attempt with 2:31 left in overtime. Novak made a 53-yarder in the first quarter, a career-best, and was wide right on a 48-yard try early in the fourth quarter.

Tebow had a 12-yard gain and Willis McGahee ran 24 yards up the middle to set up Prater's winning kick, which was right down the middle.

The Broncos won it on their third possession in OT.

Tebow, the talk of the NFL because he runs the read option and often struggles while passing, carried 22 times for 67 yards — the most carries by a quarterback in a game since at 1950, according to STATS LLC. He also threw for one touchdown and finished with a better rating than Philip Rivers, 95.4 to 77.1. Rivers was pressured all day by Elvis Dumervil, who had two sacks, and rookie Von Miller, who had one.

Rivers was 19 of 36 for 188 yards. Tebow was 9 of 18 for 143 yards.