If we didn't have nearly a full season of evidence to suggest otherwise, you'd be excused for thinking maybe today is not Tim Tebow's day. Leodis McKelvin just returned a punt 80 yards, with his tight-rope act along the sideline standing up against review, to give the Buffalo Bills a 10-7 lead over the Denver Broncos on Saturday. It was the first punt return for a touchdown the Bills have scored since 2009 when now injured Roscoe Parrish did the deed.
Just to pound home the "maybe this isn't Tebow's day" angle, Eddie Royal appeared to return the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown, but the play was called back for an illegal block. Since leading the Broncos to an touchdown on their first possession, Tebow has failed to pick up a first down on any of the Broncos' next five possessions.