When John Fox addresses the media on Monday afternoon, Tim Tebow is expected to remain the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback, reports the Denver Post's Mike Klis. Early indications after Sunday's game were that Fox was undecided on his starter, but he has usually been tight-lipped about most things. And let's remember that Fox has never unequivocally stated that Tebow was the starter for the rest of the season.
Speculation that Brady Quinn might become the starter in a few games is certainly valid, but all we know for certain right now (at least we think it is) is that Tebow will be the team's starter when they visit the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
Tebow made the first start of his career on Dec. 18, 2010, on the road against the Oakland Raiders. He was just 8-of-16 passing for 138 yards and a touchdown and had 78 rushing yards and a score in the loss.
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