The Denver Broncos will be coming to Arrowhead Stadium Sunday to face the Kansas City Chiefs in a crucial divisional matchup. Arrowhead is traditionally a difficult place for opposing QBs to play* so Tim Tebow could have his hands full on Sunday.
*Unless of course you are Matt Moore and a winless Dolphins team. Still. Bitter.
Then again, as Kim Constantinesco from Predominately Orange, FanSided’s Denver Broncos site tells us in a recent article, Tebow has been solid on the road.
The Broncos’ offense is the hot topic of conversation lately. Something that isn’t quite at the forefront is Tebow’s ability to thrive on the road.
We all know that Tebow picks up the pace and his game as the clock winds down. He plays best with his back up against the wall. The fear and the hatred of losing trumps all in his book.
Perhaps that’s why Tebow plays so well in somebody else’s stadium. He has 7 career touchdowns and 0 turnovers in his 128 touches on the road.
Hopefully the Arrowhead crowd will be able to capture a little bit of their Halloween night swagger this weekend to make things more difficult on Tebow. The KC faithful appear to be up to the task when the team is playing in prime time but the Sunday to Sunday wall of sound seems to be a bit lacking.
What do you think, Addicts? Will the Chiefs snap Tebow’s streak of impressive road performances? Or will he stick a dagger into the heart of the Chiefs’ playoff hopes?