Leave it to the Jets to create national headlines on an almost weekly basis during the offseason. But nothing created more shock jock radio fodder than their acquisition of Tebow. To his credit, coach Rex Ryan didn't create a quarterback controversy -- it's Sanchez' job to lose. Tebow will begin the season with a to-be-determined number of packages and has played good soldier including attending Sanchez' "Jets West" off-season player workouts. Remember, new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano was instrumental in reintroducing the Wildcat formation to the NFL while the head coach of the Miami Dolphins. Tebow can run the Wildcat on steroids. While he's one of the worst pure passers in the NFL, he's worlds better than your average running back as a dual threat, and he's a short-yardage and red-zone weapon who should help the Jets move the chains and punctuate drives with touchdowns. And if Sanchez falters or gets hurt, the circus will really come to town with the New York media salivating at the opportunity to dig into Tebowmania.