Tebow told reporters Tuesday that he's not worried about pleasing the masses, who seem to either love or hate the quarterback who was named starter amid a radioactive cloud of media attention.
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"That's something that I never try to do, live up to others' expectations," Tebow said. "I have expectations that I want to accomplish."
"All we're trying to do is win, and it's not just one guy," Fox said, adding a cautionary stroke: "Whether this works or not, time will tell."
Fox praised veteran Kyle Orton, who took the news with grace, "just like he's handled everything thus far."