Tim Tebow has been under a lot of scrutiny. He doesn't have the best stats in the world, but this kid knows how to win. The second-year quarterback out of Florida has completed less than 30 passes these past few games, including two last week in a win over Kansas City.

No matter how bad it may look, this kid can win. And he can run. Tebow has been winning off big runs and crazy passes. Looking at his stat sheet and how he plays, it's like he's Mike Alstott with an arm.

But there's something interesting about this kid. He starts out the game just plain horrible, but gets things done with about two minutes left to give his team the victory. With the run game slow throughout the whole game, Tebow started going on a roll late in the fourth. He made huge runs and passes, driving 95 yards down the field, eventually scoring on a huge touchdown run to left Denver, 17-13, over the Jets.

Tebow has shown that he is a winner, and he is clutch. By far, he is turning into one of my favorite players now. Honestly, I can't understand why so many hate him. After this game, you just can't hate him.

Here's some proof: Kyle Orton, who is by far better at producing on the stat sheet than Tebow, was 1-4 to start off the year with Denver. Tebow comes in and the Broncos are 4-1 under him. Denver is now 5-5, and if the Raiders lose this Sunday, they'll be tied for first place in the AFC West division. There's a good chance Denver can make the playoffs.

I have been a Tebow believer since day one. I'm looking forward to see a lot more bandwagoners now.

Anyways, here's the video of the Jets getting Tebowed:


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