Patriots quarterback Ryan Mallett says he feels good about having Tim Tebow as a teammate, even though Tebow’s presence means Mallett has new competition for the No. 2 quarterback job behind starter Tom Brady.
In fact, Mallett says he, Brady and Tebow are all great quarterbacks.
“It’s kind of unique, how it’s set up [at the QB position],” Mallett said, “but we have three great players in that room who have the ability to help our team win. We’ll get it done how we can.”
Mallett saw three great players in the Patriots’ quarterback meeting room? Was he wearing 3-D glasses while looking at Brady?
But seriously, Mallett said he was delighted to find out he’d have Tebow for a teammate.
“Great . . . he’s a great player, you know. We’re going to go out every day and get better and do what we can to be a good team,” Mallett said.
Mallett may think the Patriots have three great quarterbacks, but the most important thing for the Patriots is that two of those three great quarterbacks remain on the sideline, and that Brady remains on the field.