Chad Pennington thinks the New York Jets, Tim Tebow and the wildcat are a perfect fit.
The former NFL quarterback would certainly know. He was part of the tricky offensive scheme in Miami, when he played with the Dolphins under current Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano.
''If the wildcat allows you to win and be more successful,'' Pennington said Tuesday, ''you should be all for it as a player.''
Pennington spent his first eight NFL seasons with the Jets before being released in 2008 when New York acquired Brett Favre. The former first-round pick signed with Miami and was there when Sparano dusted off the wildcat offense and took the NFL by storm.
For Pennington, that was a big change after working in a conventional offense his whole career -- just as current starting quarterback Mark Sanchez has.
''If you are totally focused on winning,'' Pennington said, ''there is no adjusting.''
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