NEW YORK (AP) -- Each time Tim Tebow steps on the field for the New York Jets, defenses will know what to expect.
Well, the unexpected, of course.
The versatile and elusive quarterback with the flair for comeback victories was acquired Wednesday from the Denver Broncos and will give the Jets' offense a boost -- for at least a few snaps a game.
He won't start as he did in Denver, not with New York committed to Mark Sanchez. But Tebow gives the Jets the option to run the wildcat offense and provides an intriguing presence when games are on the line.
General manager Mike Tannenbaum says there's no doubt Sanchez is still "our guy," and coach Rex Ryan says "there will be no problem at all" having the quarterbacks co-exist.