Poor Pittsburgh Steelers. Not only did they have to travel to Denver for their Round 1 NFL playoff game despite having a better record than the Broncos, but they also had to face the mystifying Tim Tebow.

Despite widespread criticism and skepticism about his ability, the second-year quarterback turned in the most memorable performance of his young career Sunday, throwing for 316 yards and two touchdowns – including an 80-yard scored on the first snap of overtime that gave the Broncos a 29-23 victory.

Was Tebow’s performance proof he can be a star in the NFL and lead Denver far into the postseason? Or did he just take advantage of a questionable Steelers secondary that was missing Ryan Clark? Take the polls below, and then elaborate your opinions in the comments section.


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