Tim Tebow finally had a multi-interception game this season, throwing picks on back-to-back offensive plays for the Denver Broncos. The main problem with both of them is that they went for touchdowns, putting the game well out of reach for the Broncos. The Bills lead, 40-14, in the waning minutes of the game
On the first, Tebow looks for Eric Decker deep down the field, but Jairus Byrd jumps in front to make the pick before sending it back for 37 yards. The second is a bit odd. It appears that Tebow's arm is not going forward when the ball comes out, meaning a fumble recovery. However, it was ruled an interception. Spencer Johnson took the ball 17 yards for the score.
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