After back-to-back poor passing performances, Tim Tebow understands he must make better throws, and that means being more aggressive according to Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post. But, after six turnovers in the team’s three-game losing streak, Tebow knows he also can’t make mistakes.
“The more you get into tighter games, playoff games, you’ve got to be aggressive,” Tebow said today in his weekly media session at Dove Valley. “You also have to be smart but you have to be aggressive and pull the trigger at times. That’s something we’ll have to do.”
Tebow admitted that he at times held the ball too long last week against Kansas City and passed up makeable — though high-risk — throws.
“It’s trying to be smart and not put your team in a bad decision, because that’s the fastest way to put your team out of a game,” Tebow said. “Sometimes I do need to be more aggressive with certain routes and throws.”
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