Tim Tebow wasn't needed much in this one for the New York Jets.
The NFL's most popular backup quarterback was on the field for just nine plays on offense, including two in the much-hyped wildcat package, as the Jets routed the Buffalo Bills 48-28 on Sunday in the season opener.
Tebow's biggest play came late in the game on special teams, when he recovered an onside kick in the fourth quarter and ended a late surge by the Bills.
He was even booed after one play when he failed to gain anything when he took off after taking a direct snap out of the shotgun late in the first half. Tebow finished with 11 yards rushing on five carries and didn't throw a pass.