If you don't know the name "Tim Tebow" then I can save you some time and you can stop reading right now. You need to have at least a basic knowledge of football, the NFL, and the recent trend to pass-happy offenses that has been coming for well over 10 years now, otherwise this post will just not be of any value to you (kinda like most of my posts, but at least this time I'm telling you to skip it ahead of time).
AFC WEST W L T STRK
Denver 7 5 0 Won 5
Oakland 7 5 0 Lost 1
Kansas City 5 7 0 Won 1
San Diego 4 7 0 Lost 6
I believe each victory is truly a TEAM win. And that's why I'm rooting for Tebow and the 2011 Broncos. Each week you can see a different player take the lead in making "the big play(s)" that bring a W instead of an L. I'm a much bigger fan of a TEAM versus an individual who does most of the work and then is given (or claims) much of or all the credit. I am getting tired of hearing Tebow say the same things at each press conference ("I'm just going to get better each day. I'm going to do what they ask me to do. I have a lot to learn but I promise to work hard.") Blah, blah, blah. I know you're trying to keep humble and level-headed, etc. And I know the media isn't asking any "new" questions so you are justified in giving them the same answers. Honestly, I'll listen to that kind of talk all the way into the Playoffs and the Super Bowl if the miracle continues.
As a fan, I hate the close games, but since we (when WE win, then I am part of the team) keep coming out on top I am inclined to just expect a win each and every week. This year that's only logical for a Green Bay Packers fan. But week after week, the TEAM of Broncos finds a way to come together and win. I want to keep on believin' and just enjoy this ride (like the 2007 Colorado Rockies in MLB) but I know it will end in defeat at some point. It has to. Doesn't it?