On the surface this game looked to be a complete bore. But now the Jets are floundering at the bottom of the AFC wildcard pack and the Denver Broncos, led by the angelic Timothy Tebow, are running an offense that has not been seen consistently at the professional level since Yale's Walter Camp famously threw a forward pass to Oliver Thompson to beat Princeton in 1876. It is a fascinating football exercise, pitting a prehistoric scheme against one of the more complex defensive minds around. And I know I won't be the only one rooting for the fella from Florida to drop to one knee a few more times tonight.
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