The Buffalo Bills dealt quarterback Tim Tebow one of his worst losses as a pro quarterback, taking down the Broncos by the score of 40-14 last December.
Now that Tebow is in the AFC East as a member of the Jets, the Bills will face Tebow two times per season.
Bills safety George Wilson told PFT Live on Wednesday that the key to stopping Tebow is to just keep it simple. “What we did to really give ourselves a good chance of being productive against him is just trying to simplify the defense. We just played very basic, simple coverages where guys could line up and play and execute their assignments,” Wilson said. “We just wanted to be able to line up and play and face what was in front of us.”
Wilson also said that the Bills have no preference between facing Tebow or Mark Sanchez, and that the Bills will be able to prepare to face either player, if the Jets plan to use both men extensively. He compared it to preparing to face the Dolphins, when Miami was heavily relying on the Wildcat.
Wilson also addressed his role in the modeling of the new Nike uniforms, his extensive off-field community involvement, his appearances in multiple music videos, and a unique background that saw him enter the league as an undrafted receiver who then converted to safety and has become a key member of the Bills.This video is no longer available. Click here to watch more NBC Sports videos!