Champ Bailey Has The Final Word On Tim Tebow's 95-Yard Game-Winning Drive Against The Jets

Before the Denver Broncos can officially move on to next Sunday's matchup against the divisional rival Chargers, every single soul in Denver must be asked their opinion on the 95-yard game-winning drive led by Tim Tebow that fueled the Broncos to a 17-13 win over the Jets on Thursday. Today, veteran cornerback Champ Bailey joined 102.3 The Ticket in Denver to talk about how it felt to watch Tebow engineer the drive from the sidelines

"Look, I can remember standing there with Dawkins and I can’t remember who else was standing there on the sideline, and we were just like ‘we can drive this ball down, eat up all this clock and they won’t have any time.’ I mean, nobody doubted that he would take us down there and score. We just hoped he’d get us seven points instead of three points. So they did what they had to do and everything they did looked good up to that point, and that’s what makes it special."

Bailey also said that he would have Tebow as his quarterback for the next five years if he were running the team. The entire interview can be found at Sports Radio Interviews.

For more on this game, visit our Jets blog Gang Green Nation and our Broncos blog Mile High Report. Visit SB Nation NFL for more on Week 11's action.

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