Jim Kelly Thinks Sanchez/Tebow is Trouble, and Likes It

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Jan 30, 1994; Atlanta, GA, USA; FILE PHOTO; Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly (12) in action against the Dallas Cowboys during Super Bowl XXVIII at the Georgia Dome. Dallas defeated Buffalo 30-13. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-US PRESSWIRE

Any player that plays, or in this case played, in the AFC East, is not a fan of the rival teams in the division. Former Bills QB, and Hall of Famer, Jim Kelly, is no different.

Jim Kelly talked to the NFL Network on Thursday during the “Total Access” program, and talked about how Mark Sanchez should worry any time he doesn’t play well, with Tim Tebow looming on the sidelines, and the fans giving it to him from the Met Life stands.

“I think (there’s) a lot of pressure on Sanchez to not only start off hot, but continue game after game after game playing steady,” Kelly said. “If he doesn’t, you know you’re going to hear the boo birds. People want Tim Tebow in there. “I like them both. I thought Sanchez was a very good quarterback coming on. If I was a general manager or president or owner of the team, I wouldn’t have done that (trade) unless I got rid of Sanchez. But I think he’s a good enough quarterback to be there.

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