"Different than Mark, different than Mark," Kerley said Wednesday, according to The Star-Ledger. "(Tebow's) ball comes out a little bit stronger, but he's accurate, he's more accurate than what I thought he was going to be. But he's a good dude, he has a great personality, he'll bring a lot of personality to the team."
How much more mustard does Tebow have on his throws?
"A lot, a lot more velocity," Kerley said. "No diss to Mark, he brings it, man."
Sanchez has been criticized for plenty of things, but a lack of arm strength isn't one of them. He's capable of making all the necessary NFL throws and proved (at least during his time with Braylon Edwards) that he can throw a nice deep ball.
Accuracy, not arm strength, always will be the issue with Tebow. Bottom line: He's not unseating Sanchez (or anybody else) until he substantially improves his 47.3 percent career completion percentage.