Jets quarterback Tim Tebow knows what he has to work on to become a starter in the NFL.
"Everything. This my third year and my third offense. That's been a struggle," Tebow said in a recent interview with GatorZone.com. "Eventually, I'll know them all, hopefully. I think understanding offense very well, that'll be a key. And just continuing to work on fundamentals."
Tebow worked under two different coaching staffs with the Broncos and now has to learn offensive coordinator Tony Sparano's offense with the Jets after being traded this offseason.
Tebow won't be alone as Sparano is new to the Jets staff, replacing beleaguered offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
"My biggest weakness has probably been fundamentals," Tebow said. "The offense we ran at Florida, I had great fundamentals for that, with my feet. Now, being under center, play-action, seven-step drops, being in the pocket, it's different. The great quarterbacks aren't necessarily super-athletic, but they have great r...