If anything our offense is going to be markedly worse with Tebow than it would be without it. I've never seen such hyper over a horrible player. He's not a good RB, he's not a good thrower. I'd prefer to run the wildcat with Brad smith, who was a playmaker than this big slow munk Tebow
You ... My friend ... Are completely and absolutely wrong.
NFL Network and ESPN are filled with Tebowmaniacs.
I dunno. Is he being a tad overly optimistic? For sure. But, he's basically portraying the best and most realistic view of how Tebow should be used and the hopeful outcome. He's not suggesting that Tebow should be the starting QB - that would be the hallmark of a Tebowite (maniac).
If the Jets use Tebow correctly, it should cause DCs headaches. It also should not have a negative affect on Sanchez's rhythm and continued development as a QB. Is it a bit different than your conventional NFL offense? Sure. But considering we have two coaches like Ryan and Sparano who embrace the WC, having Tebow gives the team a number of options that were previously not available. And if it doesn't seem to be working, then they simply limit the use of it to no more than what we've seen in the past with the WC.
We've weathered the "nonsense"/non-football storm, the sh!tty aspect of the Tebow deal. Now we will be (mostly) focused on football. I'm pretty interested and intrigued as to what we'll see now that the games count.