New York Jets player Tim Tebow is listed on the depth chart as the No. 2 quarterback. But in reality, he plays a position that is unique to him. For all intents and purposes, he is the No. 3 quarterback (behind Mark Sanchez and Greg McElroy) and the No. 1 at a bunch of other things.
When evaluating a quarterback, one might want to hear about arm strength, accuracy, mobility, vision, decision-making and so forth. However, none of these categories applied to Tebow on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.
Tebow threw the ball zero times, putting up an empty stat line as a passer. However, that stat line tells none of the story. Tebow had a positive impact in the Jets' 48-28 win in Week 1.
Here is an evaluation of his performance in each aspect of the game that he impacted.