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Mark Sanchez was fantastic against the Bills as he consistently made nice decisions while avoiding the Bills pass rush.
He finished the game with 266 yards and three touchdowns while only tossing one interception.
Despite his success against the Bills, Sanchez is unlikely to repeat his numbers, as he will face one of the best defenses in the league in the Steelers.
The Steelers were the best pass defense in the league last season, but they struggled to contain Peyton Manning and his weapons in Week 1.
If Sanchez is to build on his success, he needs to attack the Steelers' second cornerback.
Pittsburgh lost William Gay to free agency, and they have yet to replace him accordingly. Keenan Lewis and Cortez Allen are highly susceptible to allowing the big play.
Don't bank on Sanchez to repeat his performance against the Bills, but don't expect him to be horrific either.
As for Tebow, expect him to be on the field for a handful of plays once again.
The former Heisman winner will struggle to get the running game going, but he might find success with a few passes out of the Wildcat.