Q: What drives you?
A: Several things. What drives me is in everything I do, I want to do it all through the glory of God. I want to give everything I have to glorify the Lord for what He’s blessed me with and to make the most of my talent. I also want to make my family proud and represent the Tebow name. I want to make my teammates proud, and I want to win for my teammates and coaches.
Q: Which quarterbacks do you enjoy watching, current or old, and why?
A: I liked watching Steve McNair because he was extremely tough and you could tell everyone followed him. He was a great leader. I liked watching Steve Young because he was very athletic and is left-handed. I like watching Tom Brady because he is so precise at what he does and is able carve defenses up. I like watching Peyton Manning because he is a great player who has mastered the cerebral parts of the game.
Q: What are you feeling inside when the game is on the line?
A: I try to find a peace and a calmness and a motivation to do whatever it takes and to try to find a way to go out there and play for my teammates and get it done. I try to show character and fight until the very end. Starting strong but always finishing stronger. I think that has a lot to do with your character and your training and what you put into it. You always want to finish stronger than you started.
Q: Superstitions? Good luck charms?
A: Before the game, I like to go down to the end zone and get down on a knee and pray. Then, I’ll do a few hops and sprint down the sidelines. Then I feel ready to go, but not until that.
Q: One thing you wish you could change about yourself, or worst habit.
A: I crack my knuckles all the time. And, my locker is an absolute mess.