Give Fox a ton of credit. There are a number of NFL coaches who, if handed Tim Tebow, would have pouted a sulked and then failed miserably trying to force Tebow to learn a Pro Style offense. Even though everyone assumed Denver was trying to lose games on purpose and throw their hat in the ring as part of the Andrew Luck sweepstakes, Fox actually adjusted like no NFL coach has adjusted in years, and he won games by playing to Tebow's strengths. Considering what an ego-driven profession coaching is, it was an impressive act of humility. Still, the magic appears to have run out a bit in Denver. The defense is no longer playing out of this world, and the Broncos haven't been able to adjust to teams playing man coverage on their wide receivers. Baring some kind of divine intervention, I don't see how Fox can draw up a game plan to beat the Steelers.
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