Tim Tebow not only threw passes of 30, 40, 51, 57 and the game-winning 80 yards, but he also did what no other quarterback was able to do this season against the Pittsburgh Steelers. As Bill Barnewll points out, Tebow shredded the Steelers' pass defense:
Tim Tebow just became the first quarterback this season to throw for more than 300 yards against the Steelers.— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) January 9, 2012
Tebow finished with 316 passing yards, well above his normal level of production. As it turned out, we never saw Brady Quinn in the game at all. Maybe the Steelers were expecting Tebow to falter and were just waiting for Quinn to enter the game.
Guess we shouldn't doubt what Tim Tebow can do.
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