Tebow's 20-yard touchdown scamper with 58 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter capped a 12-play, 95-yard touchdown drive.
Tebow did much of the work on the final drive, accounting for 92 of Denver's 95 yards (57 rush, 35 pass).
The touchdown run was his ninth career rushing touchdown. It’s tied for the fourth-most by a quarterback in his first two seasons in the Super Bowl Era.
Tebow finished with a game-high 68 rush yards, averaging a robust 8.5 yards per attempt. For the season, he’s now averaging 6.9 rush yards per attempt.
The late-game magic helped eclipse what to that point had been a game that would only have fueled his detractors.