Then how did both end up on a list of the NFL's most overrated players, as voted on by a group of 180 players and reported by Sports Illustrated?
To be overrated, wouldn't Tebow have to have played more than 50 of a possible 470 snaps this season (10.6 percent, per ProFootballFocus.com)?
And that's just as it pertains to the backup quarterback. In terms of Sanchez being overrated, wouldn't the media first have to stop asking the question of when the Jets will pull him in favor of Tebow?
Perhaps "overrated" was meant to explain a person that is talked about too much in print and on the airwaves. In that loose interpretation of the word, Tebow and Sanchez are far and away the most "overrated" quarterbacks in the NFL.
Here is some more news, analysis and notes from around the AFC East.
New York Jets
Chris Gross of TurnOnTheJets.com pulls back the green curtain on Gang Green's offense to explain why he feels the Jets' offense is the victim of too much media scrutiny.
According to Kimberley Martin of Newsday, Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano admits he could be doing a better job of utilizing backup quarterback Tim Tebow.
Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com explains that the Bills are among the best teams in the league following a bye week.
According to Mark Gaughan of The Buffalo News, teammates deferred to Bills defensive end Chris Kelsay in regards to the team's lack of effort, which he spoke about earlier this week.
Erik Frenz is the AFC East lead blogger for Bleacher Report. Be sure to follow Erik on Twitter and "like" the AFC East blog on Facebook to keep up with all the updates. Unless specified otherwise, all quotes are obtained firsthand.