Just like many expected, the New England Patriots defeated the Denver Broncos -- and of course, Tom Brady triumphed over Tim Tebow. While Tebow didn't win the game, he put together quite an impressive effort, completing 11-of-22 passes for 194 yards and rushing for 93 yards and two touchdowns in the Broncos' 41-23 loss to the Patriots on Sunday.
"We kept fighting for the entire day. That's something that I'm extremely proud of. We did have things going pretty well early, scored in our first three possessions, felt like we were moving the ball good," said Tebow. "Then we put it on the ground and that's something you can't do vs. a great team with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. Besides that, we were right there with them."
"There's a lot of great things we can take out of this game, try to improve and get better," said Tebow. "I think every time there's a setback it's just more of an opportunity to make a new step up and do something even bigger and better. We're going to be excited about this week, going to Buffalo. We'll be extremely motivated. And we'll have a good week of practice." (via WEEI)