Originally Posted by jetrider
Really? When your best ball carrier is the #2 QB I'd certainly be concerned.
Neither Greene nor McKnight show the kind of hyper-acceleration and changeability that Tebow does.
The fact that the RB specialists don't learn from it is yet another reason to be concerned.
No, when you think he's the best option, you have a problem.
Gaining yards as a QB when the D doesn't know if you are running or passing is the the same as a RB lining up to carry the ball every time he touches it.