Tim Tebow attracts a crowd wherever he goes.
Whether he’s in Arizona — where the away crowd chanted his name even though he spent the game on the sidelines holding a clipboard — or at INVESCO Field at Mile High, you can bet the eyes of thousands are trained on the rookie quarterback.
With two NFL starts under his belt, Tebow will have another group of observers leading up to this weekend’s home game against the Chargers. San Diego’s coaching staff will devote a fair share of their week dissecting game tape of Tebow as they develop their game plan.
“I think we have an advantage over what Houston had,” Chargers Head Coach Norv Turner said in a Wednesday conference call.