The Jets acquired Tim Tebow in part to spur Sanchez, who came under fire after last season for a perceived lack of great passion to improve. He also had a strained relationship with star wide receiver Santonio Holmes. The early returns have been positive. Sanchez patched things up with Holmes and enjoyed a strong off-season program while also building a good relationship with Tebow. How many snaps Sanchez loses to special packages for Tebow remains to be seen, but as long as the Jets are winning and the offense is moving the ball it will remain Sanchez' unit to run. From a Fantasy perspective, however, Sanchez has never thrown for even 3,500 yards or completed at least 57 percent of his passes in a season. His numbers scream mediocrity, especially in a run-first offense. And Sanchez' 55-51 career touchdown-to-interception doesn't inspire a whole lot of confidence that he's headed for a breakout fourth season.