It's the Pats offense, and more specifically tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez.
The Broncos defense has gotten a lot of accolades for its turnaround in the second-half of the season.
But its one huge flaw, as measured by the stat-heads at Football Outsiders, is its pass defense on medium- and long-range throws over the middle.
And what's the big strength of the Pats offense?
Gronk (17 TDs), and his trusty tight-end sidekick Hernandez catching balls in the middle of the field.
Basically, Tebow will be undone by the anti-Tebow tomorrow.
Either that, or the power of Tebow will overcome Denver's flaws (and Gronk's dominance) and keep the impossible run going.
UPDATE 9:52 p.m.:
Gronk's first-half line: 8 catches, 97 yards, 3 TDs
New England is driving a stake through the heart of Tim Tebow, 35-7.
UPDATE 11:56 p.m.:
Gronk's final line: 10 catches, 145, 3 TDs
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