Tim Tebow always seems to have another surprise up his sleeve, but you can forget about a Christmas Even miracle. The Denver Broncos quarterback was just intercepted on back-to-back passes, with both being returned for touchdowns by the Buffalo Bills.
The first one was returned 37 yards by Jairus Byrd. The ball was pretty badly under thrown and Byrd was able to work his way down the sideline for a touchdown.
If there was any hope for a comeback at that point, it quickly went away. On the very next play from scrimmage, Tebow was hit in the back while throwing and the ball ended up in the arms of Spencer Johnson. It probably could have been ruled a fumble, but it is being called an interception right now. That also makes for a slightly cleaner narrative.
Despite some highlights, this has been a largely forgettable day for Tebow. He had entered the game without a road interception this season and has now throw three. He has thrown a touchdown and run one in, though, for whatever that's worth. Right now, it's not worth much.