Monday, January 9, 2012

Tim Tebow's "Immaculate Reception" in Overtime Against Steelers

Some still are skeptical about Tim Tebow's future as a star National Football League player. On the first play of overtime, with a new rule barring "sudden death" victories, Tebow took the first snap and did the only thing a team can do, on offense, to win a game "sudden death" style: score a touchdown.

He's got the problems many say he has. But he's clearly progressing fast. There's something else, though. The whole team plays better when he's on the field. It's a total team effort. It's an intangible, but it seems to be "real."

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