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Beware, Broncos: Magical Streaks Wear Off

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Tim Tebow is coming to town. He'll be making his reads and checking them twice, on those rare occasions when he doesn't lock onto a receiver or take off running. Tebow is, of course, the biggest sports story in the nation, the greatest thing to hit the NFL since the forward pass -- an invention our God-fearing hero has set back decades.

Most Bills fans won't be able to witness today's Bills-Broncos clash because of the NFL's silly, antiquated blackout rule. Evidently, a lot of fans decided there were better ways to spend Christmas Eve day than watching two quarterbacks fire passes behind receivers. I thought people might show up just to see if Tebow had a halo instead of a helmet.

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