It's hard to believe, but Tim Tebow was an alright fantasy football option in Week 10. The Broncos hardly threw the football and Tebow completed just two (!) passes. But one of those completions went 57 yards for a touchdown and Tebow also ran for another score in the Broncos 17-10 win against the Chiefs.
Tebow may be much-maligned as a quarterback because of his unorthodox throwing motion and inaccuracy, but he's been a decent fantasy option in part because of his legs. He's yet to complete more than 50% of his passes in a game in 2011, but has averaged almost 80 yards per game on the ground in his three starts. If your league values rushing yards, Tebow's not a terrible fall-back plan at quarterback.
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