Let’s face it, the Denver Broncos are not doing so hot. Right now they are stuck in last place in the American Football Conference West so a little change of pace would not hurt them.

Broncos’ head coach John Fox shares this feeling, as he has taken out starting quarterback Kyle Orton and put in fan favorite Tim Tebow.

Tebow has not had much of a chance to prove himself as an all-star QB yet, only throwing for 654 yards and five touchdowns but he did show he would last in the National Football League, as a scrambler running for over 220 yards and six touchdowns last season.

Even if he didn’t play a single down of football last year, the Heisman winner Tebow is a much better option than Orton. After three straight losses and Orton only throwing for 979 yards with eight touchdowns, Fox wants to see someone with potential lead his offense. This is a wise decision, the wisest from this coach this season.

Tebow’s first start will be against the struggling Miami Dolphins (0-4.) With Tebow’s athletic ability, however, the play style of the Broncos will have to change. Orton being more of a pocket passer versus Tebow’s ability to run the ball for big gains. Their adaptability will be the deciding factor in who keeps the starting spot.

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