VIDEO: Tim Tebow 9-Yard Rushing Touchdown Opens The Scoring In Denver

Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow decided not to wait until the fourth quarter to get on the scoreboard this week. That is probably a smart move considering Denver is playing host to the high-scoring New England Patriots. Tebow ran the ball nine yards for a touchdown, capping off a nine-play, 80-yard drive that opened the game.

Check out the video of Tebow’s touchdown right here.

Denver botched the extra point attempt after that, giving them just six points for their efforts. That is the kind of thing that could come back to haunt them, or at least make for yet another interesting fourth quarter for you know who.

New England Answered quickly. First, there was a non-touchdown. You can see the video of that play right here.

Then, after a 46-yard run by Aaron Hernandez, Tom Brady connected on a 33-yard touchdown pass to Chad Ochocinco, the antithesis of Tim Tebow.

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