Broncos Vs. Cardinals Update: Tim Tebow Enters Game, But Denver Down 23-0 As 4th Quarter Begins

The Denver Broncos haven't looked much different in the second half of their preseason finale with the Arizona Cardinals. The Broncos are still being shut out by the Cards, 23-0. Broncos kicker Matt Prater had a chance to put the team on board at the end of the third quarter with a 60-yard field goal. Prater had enough leg on the kick, but the ball started out right of the goal post and continued to stay wide.

The Cards added three more point with a 52-yard field goal. The Cards running game looked better this half, though William Powell has plugged away on 20 carries to pick up 44 yards.

Tim Tebow went under center for the Broncos at the start of the second half. He went 2-of-4 for 22 yards and rushed once for eight yards. Tebow has had issues examining the field, leading him to look for other non-throwing opportunities. He did wind up being sacked during the quarter.

For more on the Broncos, visit Mile High Report. Check out Revenge of the Birds and SB Nation Arizona for more on the Cardinals.

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