Denver Broncos

Tom Brady & Patriots Destroy Tebow, Broncos 45-10

I’ll begin this post with a text message I received during Saturday’s Broncos/Patriots playoff game:

Friend: “What works 30% of the time and you keep it?”

Me: “Tebow!”

Tebow Time will now be synonymous with Vacation Time after the New England Patriots tarred and feathered Denver 45-10 on Saturday night in the AFC Divisional playoffs.

Tom Brady set an NFL playoff record with five first-half touchdown passes to propel New England to a 35-7 halftime lead. Brady finished the game with a playoff record-tying six touchdown tosses.

Brady and Tim Tebow were stark contrasts on this evening. The two-time Super Bowl MVP was largely composed, throwing for 363 yards while completing 26 of 34 passes and even unleashed a 48-yard punt on a third down play; Tebow floundered in a sea of turmoil, getting sacked five times and losing a fumble.

Tebow went 9 of 26 for 136 yards and once again could not play catch up with one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history.

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The New England win ends a three-game losing streak in the playoffs and it marks their first postseason win since their ’07 AFC title game victory of the San Diego Chargers.

Up next, New England returns to the AFC Championship game next Sunday at 3 to host either Houston or Baltimore.

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