Florham Park, NJ -- The New York Jets' No. 1 and No. 2 quarterbacks spoke with the media today about their ability to play on the same team. Both Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow (TEE'-boh) said all the right things as they were grilled about the possibility of a quarterback controversy.
Tebow said at his Jets' introductory news conference he's known fellow quarterback Mark Sanchez for three years and anticipates no problem getting along with the Jets incumbent starter.
He also says he'll be happy with any role given him by coach Rex Ryan, who thinks Tebow will do wonders as the quarterback in a wildcat formation but won't limit him to that role.
Sanchez said the team is adding a player and not replacing anyone. He says Tebow is there to help the Jets, adding that he's confident in his own abilities. Sanchez isn't worried about fans calling for Tebow , saying that's just part of the job if you're not playing well.