The Denver Broncos entered the 2012 NFL playoffs as a long shot, but Tim Tebow appears to be the real deal following a disastrous end of the regular season. Denver Broncos tickets are going to be in great demand as the football team tries to silence its doubters one round at a time.
Denver Broncos tickets are for sale for the franchise's new life in 2012 as the playoff team no one outside of the Rockies can quite believe in or outright dismiss. Why? Because Tim Tebow is a quarterback whose confounding style of play seems to deliver wins at just the right moments. TheSeats has the Denver Broncos playoff tickets for the next game on the schedule, the January 14, 2012 Divisional Playoff game at Gillette Stadium for the rematch with the New England Patriots.
After losing three straight to end the season, the Denver Broncos and Tim Tebow's postseason future was in doubt. Sure they were playing a Pittsburgh Steelers with a mountain of injuries, but still no one quite believed this team could overtake the Steelers defense. It turned out they could, winning on an 80-yard touchdown pass to start and finish overtime. Tebow impressed with a few long passes, putting to rest, at least temporarily, criticism of his passing ability. Now Broncos tickets are on the market for a Patriots team that dismantled Denver 41-23.
Tebow will need to throw over 300 yards again and Tebow and McGahee will have to keep the clock running by picking up chunks of yards on the ground. Of course, the early lines demonstrate little confidence in the Broncos. The Vegas Insider shows the Patriots favored by 13.5 points a game across the line. Despite the harsh line, it is not inconceivable for the Broncos to emerge victorious and enter the AFC Championship game. The Patriots pass defense is porous and the run defense is far from stellar. Also, given the confidence the Broncos must be feeling, it seems that giving the Patriots a nearly two touchdown line is a bit ridiculous.
The Denver Broncos were a franchise in search of a quarterback for its first 23 seasons. Broncos tickets seemed to feature a new starter every season, with 24 taking the field over that course in time. Then in 1983 a very special player ended that rotating door for the next 16 years. That player is John Elway. Elway had the arm strength, the recognition, and the ability to scramble to become a pro bowl quarterback.
It appeared he would enter the NFL Hall of Fame as a player without a Super Bowl for the longest time. He and either head coach Dan Reeves and Mike Shanahan won six AFC West titles in Elways time behind center, but three losses in the Super Bowl from the 1986 season until the 1989 left a certain ominous cloud over his career. Then, magically, in 1997 the Broncos featured a strong defense, great zone blocking, and a great runner in Terrell Davis and won the franchise's first Super Bowl, defeating the Packer 31-24 in Super Bowl XXXII. The team repeated the next season, Elway's last, and the Hall of Fame quarterback retired with a Super Bowl MVP to end his career.
The years since have been difficult as the Broncos have once again begun a search for the next great quarterback and Elway has rejoined the team as the Executive Vice President of Football Operations, though he may have found one in Tim Tebow. TheSeats has the Denver Broncos tickets to see if Tebow is in fact the answer.
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