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Here's proof that Tim Tebow was blackballed.

Better stats than Elway or the Manning brothers in

their first 15 games. At the very least, he certainly warranted a longer look and at least a full
season to prove what he could or could not do.

* 100.5 QB rating is best ever for a Broncos QB in his first start.

* Longest TD run by a QB in Broncos history (40 yds).
* Longest TD run by a QB in his first start in NFL history (40 yds.)
* Third most passing yards in a game by a Bronco rookie QB. (308, in his 2nd start)
* First 15+ point comeback in the final 3 minutes of an NFL game since the merger.
* Longest TD run in the final minute of a game in NFL history.
* Most carries in a game by a QB (22) since 1950. (Vs Chargers)
* Most yards per completion (31.6) in NFL playoff history.
* Longest overtime postseason TD pass in NFL history.
* Most 30+ yard completions in one quarter in NFL postseason history.
* Passer rating of 125.6 is highest ever in Broncos postseason history.
* 7 come from behind 4th Q or overtime victories.

Tim Tebows NFL League Records

Most yards per completion in a playoff game: 31.6 against Pittsburgh in 2012.
Most 30+ yard passes in a playoff quarter: Tebow was the first NFL player ever to complete four
passes of 30 yards or more in a single quarter of an NFL playoff game, with 51, 30, 58, & 40. And
this was against the 2011-2012 Pittsburgh Steelers rated #1 in defense in the NFL in various,
especially relevant categories.
Fewest passes to 300+ yards in any NFL game: According to the authoritative Bleacher Report,
Tim Tebow is the only quarterback in the Super Bowl era to throw for 300+ yards in only ten
Only quarterback to throw three 50+ yard passes in a playoff game: since the NFL/AFL merger in
1970 according to Bleacher Report for 51, 58, & 80. Even outside of playoff games, this feat
happens only once in a blue moon, as throwing three 50+ yard passes hasn't been done in any NFL
game in over twenty years.
Longest touchdown pass in NFL playoff history in overtime: 80 yards, and in the shortest overtime
play, 11 seconds, almost a minute quicker than any previous NFL postseason overtime.
Fastest to six game-winning drives: Against the Chicago Bears, Tim Tebow earned a Super Bowlera NFL league record with his sixth game-winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime in just
his first eleven games!
13+ Point Fourth-Quarter Comebacks: By way of comparison, John Elway, two-time Super Bowl
winner, second "most-winningest" NFL quarterback ever, one of the NFL's all-time comeback
kings with a great combination of game winning drives and fourth-quarter comebacks who earned
his sixth fourth-quarter comeback after 29 games, had won after trailing in the fourth quarter by
13+ points twice in 16 seasons. For this amazing Tebow NFL record, he overcame a 13 or more
point deficit in the fourth quarter twice in his only first four games.
Most yards per attempt in a playoff game: Tebow threw for 15 yards per attempt against the
Best-selling NFL Jersey: Tebow's #15 became the best-selling NFL jersey when he was drafted,
the best-selling ever for a rookie, and has remained among the highest-selling jerseys and in
January 2012 is second only to Green Bay's 2011 super bowl winner Aaron Rodgers. [Other Very
UNRELATED Jersey Record: See below for $10,000 paid by Bob and Doug for two football
Tim Tebow's Denver Broncos Records
Most passing yards in a playoff debut: 316. (This media-dubbed playoff win of "biblical
proportions" led to the 3:16 quarterback getting around the NFL ban on eye-black messages with
the media spreading the word of the John 3:16 game with Tebow's 31.6 yards per completion for
coach John Fox and back office exec John Elway, and the last quarter Nielsen ratings were a
record-breaking 31.6 for a playoff game, with 42 million people watching the game, more than
doubling the NFL playoff average of 18 million viewers. Also, a million people now know the
NFL record for most yards per completion in a playoff game. How many people were aware of
this stat before Tebows win against the Steelers?)
Highest postseason rating: Tebows passer rating was 125.6, the highest in Broncos playoff history.

Tim Tebow's College Records

First College Player to Rush and Pass for 20 or More Touchdowns: with the University of Flordia
Gators in 2007.
Won the Heisman Trophy: in 2007.
First College Sophomore to Win the Heisman: in NCAA history in 2007.
MVP of a National Championship Game: in 2008.
Most Passing Yardage in a BCS Bowl Game: Tebow threw for 482 yards in the 2010 Sugar Bowl.
Bowl Championship Series Most Total Yards: Before the end of the third quarter on Jan. 1, 2010,
Tim Tebow beat the all-time BCS total yardage (of 467 earned by Vince Young in the Rose Bowl)
by rushing for 51 and passing for 482 for a total of 533 yards in the Sugar Bowl game!
Highest Completion Percentage in a BCS Game: Tebow connected .866 percent of the time to earn
the all-time completion percentage record connecting for 31 of 35 throws for this stat which
requires a minimum of 20 pass attempts.
Florida Gators Starting Quarterback for Two BCS National Championship Seasons: Tim Tebow
helped lead the Gators to BCS national championships in 2006 and 2008.
Highest rated QB by ESPN's formula: Tim Tebow scored a 97.3 out of 100 for a playoff game, the
highest ever recorded for the stat, which was introduced by the sports network in 2011 but has
been used to evaluate quarterbacks going back to 2008.