There's very little I could add to the remarkable story of Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos that hasn't been said. It's controversial. It's unbelievable. It's a whole lot of fun.
The thing I appreciate most about the Broncos' inconceivable 7-1 run is this: In two years of living in New York City leading up to the Tebow takeover, I had been able to watch my hometown team on local TV exactly twice. In the last month, the Broncos have appeared on NYC airwaves every week for the past month. For the Broncos to accomplish that kind of attention in a city whose football interests rarely span farther than the two teams that play in New Jersey is remarkable.
It's a small thing, watching my hometown team play on local TV 1,700 miles away, but it means a lot to me. Thank you, Denver Broncos.