Injuries might have kept Tebow out of AFC title game
We know this is under the "what if" file of things.
But if the Denver Broncos had not gotten mauled 45-10 by the New England Patriots, there is the possibilility that quarterback Tim Tebow would not have been able to play in the AFC Championship Game anyway.
Tebow finished the game against the Patriots, but suffered torn rib cartilage and bruises to his chest and non-throwing shoulde in the contest, according to the Denver Post.
Tebow won't need any surgery and will be full go by the time the Broncos begin their off-season work in April.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com