I don't think of the prep time as minor, but it is not like the defenses are not already in the book, 3 and 4 years ago there were no defenses in the book. That took all the prep time. Now Sanchez moves to the wing, the MLB changes the defense. When Tebow trots on the field as a rb the team has 15 seconds to get prepared for the play.
The main way though, would be to have tebow and sanchez out there at the same time, which gives you 2 options:
1. Tebow under center and sanchez split wide...traditional wildcat/zone read formation.
2. Sanchez under center, 1 RB, Keller, Holmes, and Hill. If you put tebow in the slot 1 of 2 things will have to happen. Either a LB splits out on him which opens up a running lane or a safety comes up, which gives either hill or holmes single coverage. That is a HUGE advantage for the offense as it is not a traditional 3 Wide set, but more importantly the defense will have to choose a personnel group. If they stay with 3 or 4 lbs and 4 DBs, we can split tebow out and have an advantage throwing the ball as they can only double 1 WR or have keller vs a LB. If they go nickel, we stay in the same package and run the ball down their throat with zone reads and power runs out of the 1 back I.
Personally thats a package id use 3 or so drives per game.
Powell was limping off after making a nice catch over a LB.
Powell back doing drills. my boy.
LOL...ESPN coverage is a joke.
None of our LBs get their head around to find the football in pass defense. Scott has gotten beat twice b.c he doesn't look for the ball. Good tight coverage but he never finds the ball.
I think you'll see it 3 or 4 times a game.Last year Rex even called it a gimmick that time had passed. I think all the talk about wildcat is just so that opposing defenses have to put time in preparing for it, which takes away time to prepare for other plays. Rex will run it a couple of times, so to make it a valid concern for the defense, but you seem to think that it is going to be a big part of the offensive philosophy.