New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow had an all-encompassing answer Thursday night at a Florida Gators Boosters annual summer board meeting for what he needs to improve as he prepares for his first season with the Jets:
"Everything. This my third year and my third offense. That's been a struggle. Eventually, I'll know them all, hopefully. I think understanding offense very well, that'll be a key. And just continuing to work on fundamentals. ... My biggest weakness has probably been fundamentals. The offense we ran at Florida, I had great fundamentals for that, with my feet. Now, being under center, play-action, seven-step drops, being in the pocket, it's different. The great quarterbacks aren't necessarily super-athletic, but they have great rhythm and timing because of their feet. ... Sometimes I want to go so fast, so having rhythm and timing is something I need to work on every day."