Once the Broncos' season ends, John Elway and the members of the Broncos front office have a heavy decision to make. Should they search for a more prototypical quarterback with a conventional throwing motion, or should they stick with Tebow, who went 7-4 in the regular season as a starter and has brought Denver to the divisional round of the AFC playoffs?
Taking into account the long-term prospects, the organization at some point is going to have to decide if this year's Broncos personify what the franchise wants to be full-time. They have to decide if they can continue to defy NFL logic and win with a quarterback who barely squeaks into double-digits in completions each game.
Not even at win at Foxboro on Saturday could make this an automatic call, so fans will have at least the next seven months to ponder the end or continuation of Tebowmania.