Denver has the Tebow Fever. They wear his jersey. They drone on and on about what a good guy his constantly. They speculate about his virginity and conclude he is the second coming of Christ. So last Saturday when Brady Quinn got the nod to start that preseason game rather than Tebow, a shit storm was unleashed. Apparently the Broncos anticipated this backlash to some degree, as they had John Elway announce that "since Tim got the start last week, it was only fair Brady get the nod this time." But it "didn't mean anything." The fans booed Quinn's taking of the field. They wanted Tebow. When Tebow came in the game much later, you would have thought the Broncos just clinched the division. Talk radio in the Mile High City has been revolving around these events ever since. A rather salient point has been whether the booers were Broncos fans, or just Tebow fans first. Shouldn't the best QB win the job, regardless of their ability to circumcise and evangelize? The Broncos are going to be an interesting team to keep an eye on this year. Their offense appears to be MUCH improved. But what effect this QB controversy and the apparent divinity of Tim Tebow will have on their season will likely be an interesting story line.