The Denver Broncos were down right embarrassed by the New England Patriots in an AFC divisional playoff game Saturday night.  Tom Brady had a record setting performance throwing for five first half touchdowns, and only one interception on the night, with 363 yards passing.

Tebow's stats are not quite as nice to look at. Tebow finished 9 for 26 passing, for only 136 yards, with no touchdowns or interceptions. The main problems for the Broncos was their nonexistent offense, gaining only 252 yards on the night, mostly when the game was well out of reach, and their inability to cover Rob Gronkowski, who had 10 receptions for 145 yards and three touchdowns.

To demonstrate how dominating Brady was in this game, and the postseason in general, Brady holds records for Brady most playoff games with three or more TD passes, most yards passing in a playoff game, most postseason completions, most yards passing in postseason, most TD passes for a career, and most postseason victories for a quarterback.

The Tebow Magic isn't over, its just on hiatus, give him a year taking first team snaps, and who knows whats possible, all we know now is that the Broncos are not going to be winning a Superbowl this year.