Toomer didn't stop there, either, adding that Sanchez "is not a great quarterback. I don't think I'm at a stretch for saying that."
No, he's not, but Toomer also said he'd be "very upset" as a receiver if Tebow was his quarterback (and who can blame him for that?), although he gives credit to Tebow for constantly rising above his critics.
"Here is a guy who all the people, all the pundits, say what he can't do, and he can't play," Toomer said. "These are guys that he probably looked up to growing up, and all of a sudden you get your opportunity to be on the big stage and all these guys are talking bad about you, all the pundits. And he still, no matter what happens, in the fourth quarter, he is there to make plays and win games, and there is something to be said about that. I think the Jets realized that when it happened to them in Denver, so I think they're fully believing in him."