Tim Tebow’s big debut with the New York Jets was a quiet one.
The backup quarterback saw limited action in the season opener last Sunday, but a sprinkling of Tebow and the wildcat package turned out to be more than enough against the Bills.
What his role will be at Pittsburgh on Sunday remains to be seen. Rex Ryan says the Jets will never put a number on how many plays Tebow will be on the field, adding that it will vary from week to week.
Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin says his team needs to prepare for more than what they saw Tebow do against Buffalo. The Steelers know Tebow can change a game at any moment, as he did last season in Denver’s overtime victory in the playoffs.