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Willis McGahee and Knowshon Moreno Injured; Lance Ball is Your New Best Friend

If there's one running attack you want a piece, it's the Denver Broncos
<p> If there's one running attack you want a piece, it's the Denver Broncos</p>

When Knowshon Moreno went down with a knee and Willis McGahee left with a hamstring in the Broncos weird win over the Chiefs, there was only one running back left on the team (not named Tim Tebow) to carry the league's heaviest rushing load: Lance Ball.

You should get to know Lance Ball because if there's one rushing attack you probably want a piece of, it's the Denver Broncos.

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Tim Tebow: Two Completions, One Win

Tim Tebow defied the odds on Sunday and came away with a victory
<p> Tim Tebow defied the odds on Sunday and came away with a victory</p>

If you can't pass, you can't win. Right? Tell it to the Denver Broncos, whose ground-bound attack flies in the face of the prevailing notion that aerial bombardment is the only way to go in today's NFL. 

Tim Tebow Won't Be A Saviour In Denver

It looks like it's Tebow time in Denver. But is that a good thing?
<p> It looks like it's Tebow time in Denver. But is that a good thing?</p>

has a knack for not going away. With Kyle Orton continuing to struggle, and fans begging for Tebow Time to start in , head coach John Fox finally gave in and benched Orton during the Broncos game against the Chargers.