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    Tebow perfect for trick plays

    I was thinking about how Rex, Westhoff, Sparano have been talking about trying to find ways that Tebows athleticism can help this team & I honestly believe that will win a game because of this guys calm demeaner on the field.
    When you think about trick plays, or deception, the problem is usually in the execution.
    Most times players are already seeing it in their minds eye which might make them slightly nervous.
    Tebow just always believes he's gonna make something happen! Right or wrong that is exactly the type of attitude you need to give Sparano the balls to fake a handoff & go deep on 4th & inches.

    If anything, if these coaches let the dogs out, some of these games are gonna be wild rides this year, I just feel it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetster View Post
    I was thinking about how Rex, Westhoff, Sparano have been talking about trying to find ways that Tebows athleticism can help this team & I honestly believe that will win a game because of this guys calm demeaner on the field.
    When you think about trick plays, or deception, the problem is usually in the execution.
    Most times players are already seeing it in their minds eye which might make them slightly nervous.
    Tebow just always believes he's gonna make something happen! Right or wrong that is exactly the type of attitude you need to give Sparano the balls to fake a handoff & go deep on 4th & inches.

    If anything, if these coaches let the dogs out, some of these games are gonna be wild rides this year, I just feel it.

    If you bring Tebow in on 4th and inches you want him to throw it long? Is this what you are saying?

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    you're a smart guy, hurry call Rex and Sparano and tell them before it's too late!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    If you bring Tebow in on 4th and inches you want him to throw it long? Is this what you are saying?
    Depending on the situation, it might be the perfect thing to do. Tebow throws a nice deep ball. Run Hill on a go pattern and see what happens

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    If you bring Tebow in on 4th and inches you want him to throw it long? Is this what you are saying?
    Welcome back FF2 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    If you bring Tebow in on 4th and inches you want him to throw it long? Is this what you are saying?
    Probably only one time out of 10 but I'm telling you I'll bet you it's a TD when you have the balls to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    If you bring Tebow in on 4th and inches you want him to throw it long? Is this what you are saying?
    Nah. I'm having Kerley come in a chuck it 50 yards off his back foot.

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    Tebow is the perfect insurance QB for an OLine that gets the starter hurt because they can't protect. He eliminates the need for quality pass protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    Tebow is the perfect insurance QB for an OLine that gets the starter hurt because they can't protect. He eliminates the need for quality pass protection.
    Might save our butts in a game if we do have someone go down & we go into a we have the lead & we're gonna run out the clock mode in a 2nd half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetster View Post
    Might save our butts in a game if we do have someone go down & we go into a we have the lead & we're gonna run out the clock mode in a 2nd half.
    ...and also to give us some good cross action.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peebag View Post
    ...and also to give us some good cross action.....

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    Better yet. Get really tricky. Try this one.


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    I like for Tebow to run trick plays too, because when he drops back in the traditional sense, Wayne Hunter is his blindside tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaJets View Post
    I like for Tebow to run trick plays too, because when he drops back in the traditional sense, Wayne Hunter is his blindside tackle
    The "staying alive" trick

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    Te will have to BOW after all our successful jap plays.



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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    Te will have to BOW after all our successful jap plays.



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    Whats a jap play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    Whats a jap play?
    He runs around screaming Bonsai, Bonsai. This totally throws the off defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    Whats a jap play?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85e4THVEb_o

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    Quote Originally Posted by CleatMarks View Post
    Better yet. Get really tricky. Try this one.

    I think that might work. What's the problem guys?

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