There's just something about Tebowmania.
Some people have it, some guys don't. It's the passion within, wanting to be a leader, wanting to win. You see it all the time, eating lunch, walking down the hallway. You see it.
Now what exactly is "it" that Revis is referring to? It's the ability to win—and there's no doubt that Tebow is a winner.
Entering 2012, Tebow has gone 8-6 as a starter and was an integral part in turning around the Denver Broncos season this past year and ultimately upsetting the Pittsburgh Steelers in the divisional round of the playoffs.
Granted, Tebow might not have the greatest stats as he has a career 75.1 quarterback rating and a 47.3 completion percentage, but he has "it."
Could that "it" be something that Mark Sanchez doesn't have? Quite possibly.
It's rather amazing how Tebowmania is already rapidly growing in the Big Apple, as he has yet to officially take a snap as a New York Jet with OTAs starting next week. But just that spirituality and faith that follow Tebowmania, it has already gotten to Revis—and who knows how many more other players are feeling this way about Tebow.
Entering this season, there's no doubt that Sanchez's back will be up against the wall as this will be his fourth season in the NFL, and the time to win is now.
Speaking of winning now, not only is Sanchez's back up against the wall, but it's certainly safe to say that head coach Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum are both on the hot seats—which could result in an relief of Sanchez if he plays poorly or simply can't win any games.
With OTAs not starting until next week and training camp a ways away, we won't have any true concrete information on this potential quarterback carousel with the New York Jets—but this is certainly going to be one intriguing story to follow as it continues to develop it.