For the first three quarters, the Denver Broncos offense struggled. Trailing 15-0 heading into the fourth, it was Tim Tebow's time to go to work. The second year pro out of Florida, led the Broncos to 15 straight points to send the game into overtime, where they went on to win 18-15. The win was a milestone and the Tebow era has begun in Denver.
Tebow's numbers weren't overly impressive as he threw for 161 yards on 13-of-27 passing and two touchdowns. He ran eight times for 65 yards, including a crucial two-point conversion. He didn't turn the ball over and most importantly, he showed leadership as he orchestrated a memorable come from behind victory in his first start of the season.