No, Tim Tebow hasn't completed a pass yet. That hasn't happened since the 6:38 mark of the third quarter of last week's game against Oakland. Somehow, it simply hasn't mattered against the Kansas City Chiefs this week, though, as the Broncos hold a 10-0 lead going into halftime.
Tebow is currently 0-for-4 on passes against the Chiefs, but the Broncos have been unstoppable on the run despite the lack of balance. The Broncos led 7-0 after the first quarter and added some insurance points with a 38-yard field goal from Matt Prater midway through the second quarter. The team has 169 rushing yards in the first half, and the distribution is pretty even:
- Knowshon Moreno: 52 yards
- Lance Ball: 47 yards
- Tim Tebow: 24 yards
- Willis McGahee: 17 yards
- Eddie Royal: 17 yards
- Spencer Larsen: 12 yards
Nobody else has received a carry yet for Denver, but those six guys have essentially been the team's offense so far. Well, them and the offensive line, of course. McGahee, the team's starting running back, got injured early in the first quarter, and the team's responded by really sharing the load among the team's alternative options. If McGahee is out for a while, you have to take the team's success in the first half as a pretty positive sign.
The Broncos were dominant on defense, too, limiting the Chiefs to just 72 yards of total offense. Unlike the Broncos, the Chiefs couldn't really get much momentum going in the running game, and Matt Cassel has struggled so far, getting sacked three times and fumbling once.
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