*My favorite part -- and I think the most important and telling part: Tebow's reaction immediately after the game.
While his teammates jumped around -- certainly deservedly -- Tebow was restrained. He bent to his knee for a moment, then stood up and calmly walked around hugging teammates.
No demonstrative fist-pumping. No rah-rah cheering -- and he certainly had earned it by the time the game was over.
But you got the sense that Tebow was entirely satisfied with the game's result -- undoubtedly, he expected to win -- but knows full well that he didn't play great. Well enough, but not great.
And he expects more of himself than that. That's part of who Tebow is and why the reaction was so impressive.
He acted like he'd been there before. All the haters and skeptics and doubters and mockers could take a lesson.
More instant reactions:
*What a final few minutes. Wow.
*Tebow was getting killed by fans and media on Twitter for the first 55 minutes of this game, some fairly and some unfairly. But he was getting crushed.
*I think it's fair to say that Tebow led the team to a win despite John Fox's play-calling on offense.
*Yeah, this is going to be just a little bit of a big deal tomorrow -- and all week. It's Tebow, after all.
*Wow, was that exciting.