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08:12 AM ET 01.12 | Tim Tebow gets nearly all the ink, but he isn't solely responsible for the Broncos' success. No way, no how is [Tebow] beating Tom Brady in the NFL playoffs. But Broncos running back Willis McGahee just might be tough enough to do the job. Impressed with New England? Not McGahee. "Another football team that's in our way, stopping us from where we want to go," McGahee said Thursday. "Just another football team." ... Here's what I like about the real offensive MVP of the Broncos. There's a chip as big as Mount Evans on the shoulder of McGahee. But the 30-year-old running back carries the chip as easily as he lugged the football for 1,119 yards this season, after Denver rescued McGahee.

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January 12, 2012  08:15 AM ET

Tebow certainly was the MVP last weekend

January 12, 2012  08:15 AM ET

How about a picture of McGahee? This is getting painful. This story is getting painful, too.

January 12, 2012  08:18 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

This story is getting painful, too.

After they get Tebowed out of Foxboro Saturday won't have to listen to this crap.

January 12, 2012  08:18 AM ET

its the guy Tebow prays to

January 12, 2012  08:19 AM ET

One or two of the guys on the other side of the ball might be worthy of being in this discussion...

January 12, 2012  08:21 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

After they get Tebowed out of Foxboro Saturday won't have to listen to this crap.

Sadly, I think they'll find a way to incorporate Tebow into any/every story they can.

January 12, 2012  08:21 AM ET

The best way to go unnoticed is to be on a team with Tim Tebow. The Gator defense never got enough credit and neither does the Broncos.

January 12, 2012  08:31 AM ET

Tebow = MVP- most valuable prayer

January 12, 2012  08:32 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

One or two of the guys on the other side of the ball might be worthy of being in this discussion...

This.

January 12, 2012  08:41 AM ET

Nothing wrong with the Tebow story. Here is a guy who went from greatest college player of this generation to a massive underdog. It's a good story. So the guy is a religious zealot. Some will make that the storyand that maifests itself into a whole side story, but it's not the story. Imagine if Scott Frost were a Heisman winner at Nebraska. He goes to the JEts and plays safety. Then O'Donnell or whoever was their qb gets hurt and Frost goes to QB and they make the playoffs. That would have been huge.

January 12, 2012  08:41 AM ET

He is the face of the Bronco's... for now.

January 12, 2012  08:42 AM ET

"just another football team" - that handed you your hat just a month ago!

January 12, 2012  08:46 AM ET

Jobu?

January 12, 2012  08:47 AM ET
QUOTE(#10):

Nothing wrong with the Tebow story. Here is a guy who went from greatest college player of this generation to a massive underdog. It's a good story. So the guy is a religious zealot. Some will make that the storyand that maifests itself into a whole side story, but it's not the story. Imagine if Scott Frost were a Heisman winner at Nebraska. He goes to the JEts and plays safety. Then O'Donnell or whoever was their qb gets hurt and Frost goes to QB and they make the playoffs. That would have been huge.

What the hell are you talking about?

January 12, 2012  09:02 AM ET
QUOTE(#13):

Jobu?

"Jobu no hit curve ball."

January 12, 2012  09:03 AM ET

Well luckily Timmy and the defense bailed you out Willie....because last week you would have the goat after that fumble

January 12, 2012  09:04 AM ET
QUOTE(#15):

"Jobu no hit curve ball."

But Jobu hit straight ball very much.

January 12, 2012  09:05 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

The best way to go unnoticed is to be on a team with Tim Tebow. The Gator defense never got enough credit and neither does the Broncos.

Very true. The Gators of that era beat you with D and special teams moreso than with offense.

January 12, 2012  09:10 AM ET
QUOTE(#18):

Very true. The Gators of that era beat you with D and special teams moreso than with offense.

And most of the offense came from Percy Harvin.

 
January 12, 2012  09:12 AM ET

Telling you guys now...if this kid (Tebow) can improve his throwing reads and mechanics, he will be a very good QB for a long time with the run/pass option...

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