Tim Tebow did not have a good day for the Denver Broncos by any stretch of the imagination. His fourth quarter stats were impressive and he helped his team mount a comeback against the Chicago Bears, but his first three quarters were so terrible that he probably didn't help your fantasy team. He was 21-40 for 236 yards. He also ran 12 times for 49 yards. Unfortunately, he also turned the ball over twice, throwing an interception and losing a fumble.
Tebow has certainly done his part this season for the Broncos, with the polarizing young lefty having thrown five of his 10 touchdown passes and producing an impressive 109.7 quarterback rating in the fourth quarter coming into Week 14. Of the season-high 202 passing yards he compiled against the Vikings, 94 of them came in the last 15 minutes.
Denver's turnaround has coincided with Tebow's insertion at quarterback in place of the since-released Kyle Orton, part of the blockbuster swap that sent Cutler to the Windy City. The Broncos are now 7-1 since the switch and drawn even with Oakland for first place in the division standings heading into this season's final four weeks.