After a 1-4 start, the Denver Broncos have salvaged their season and are actually atop the AFC West.
By leading the Broncos to a 35-32 win in Minneapolis, Tim Tebow is now 6-1 as a starter, including five straight wins.
He's unconventional in that he's more of a runner than a passer, but Tebow has proven clutch and effective, especially late in games.
Asked about the Broncos unconventional offense, Bears coach Lovie Smith said his team will be ready.
"This is option football. Our defense is based on sound, option principles, but we don't have to have all of our option responsibilities ironed out each week," Smith said. "So this is forcing a lot of teams in the league to be sound in all of those things. But our defense is set up to play this type of offense."
Specifically, Smith called Tebow "a unique athlete."
"He poses a lot of different problems," Smith said. "We're just starting to evaluate him and look at what they're doing right now. There will be some challenges, with this offense."