Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow scored the winning touchdown for Denver Thursday night against the New York Jets sending a message to his football critics that he can continue to win.

Tebow spoke in a press conference after the game about his last minute 20-yard touchdown run that sealed the win for the Broncos in the game's last 58 seconds. The final score was 17-13.

“First and foremost I just want to thank my lord and savior, Jesus Christ, and thank my teammates for believing in me and believing in each other for 60 minutes," Tebow said in a press conference after the game broadcasted on the Broncos' site.

"I think, referring to that last drive, I think it was just a bunch of guys that kept fighting that had been knocked down a bunch of times but continued to get back up. I’m just so proud of those guys, for their resiliency, their patience and their determination.”

"We didn’t necessarily have huge plays, but we just got enough to keep moving the sticks and found a way at the end, and [WR Demaryius Thomas] came up with a big catch, and the offensive line was just grinding, working hard and scratching for every single yard we could get. They made my job very easy there at the end,” Tebow said Thursday night.

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Tebow's win comes in the midst of criticism about his style of playing. Football analysts consider Tebow's success in the NFL is compromised by his bad throwing mechanics and run-first style.

But so far, since Tebow was made a starter, the Broncos have won 4 of the last 5 games, compared to a 1-4 start before he was appointed.