Tebow barreled into Kansas City's defense nine times, but that's when he's at his best, according to Faulk.
"He's pretty darn good in this offense," Faulk said. "And we saw that in the SEC at Florida. The guy's tough to stop in this type of offense. ... And the question is, can Tebow -- the football player not the quarterback ... take the pounding, say, a running back takes, week in and week out?
"Because that's what you have to equate him to. ... He's not your average quarterback that's sitting back there barely getting hit or throwing the football away when contact is coming. ... He's the guy who's initiating contact, taking contact, lowering his head, trying to get extra yards."