Aug 22, 2010 12:06 AM by Jordan Mason
DENVER (AP) - Many in the crowd came hoping to get a glimpse of the future in Tim Tebow and instead got a peek at the past when Dre' Bly's 47-yard interception return set up Detroit's first
touchdown in the Lions' 25-20 win over the Denver Broncos on Saturday night.
Detroit third-stringer Drew Stanton's 25-yard touchdown on a quarterback draw with 1:53 left was the difference. Brady Quinn drove the Broncos into Lions territory in the closing seconds before Willie Young stripped the ball away and Korey Bosworth recovered.
Tebow's home debut will have to wait at least another week. He sat out with bruised ribs he suffered in the exhibition opener a week ago, much to the disappointment of throngs of Broncos fans donning his No. 15 jersey at Invesco Field.
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