The Jets, down 14-7 at this point in the game, decided to give Tim Tebow the first-down play on a drive with around 11 minutes left in the quarter.
New York came out in a "Shotgun Trips Right Wing" formation, meaning there were three receivers to the right side and one man on the left, one of the three receivers being a "wingback," or an offset tight end.
The running back lined up on Tebow's left side and came across Tebow's face, faking a zone right play. Meanwhile, the right tackle and right guard pulled to the left, setting up a Counter Trey left for Tebow.
Tebow followed his blocks and got up the field for two or three yards before being brought down by Glover Quin, who was aggressively playing up in the box.