Now, think about the mixed message this sends Mark Sanchez.
Mark is the starter, he is our guy. But, once we get inside the twenty, he is not the guy anymore? Does that make any sense to anyone? It shouldn’t, because it just doesn’t make any sense. If you want Mark Sanchez to be the starter, and Tim Tebow to run the Wildcat, fine, that actually can work. When the offense needs a jolt, a Wildcat play might just do the trick. But subbing the guy out in the red zone can only hurt the rhythm.
You want him as an extra blocker? Fine, line him up at running back. Not at quarterback.
By the way, for all the success that the Broncos had with Tim Tebow as a starter, don’t forget 2010, when they tried a two quarterback system. What was their record? 4-12.
Finally, for all that talk about all of these intangibles that Tim Tebow has, watch below:
Seriously? Mark Sanchez doesn’t have intangibles too? Come on.
You want Tim in the red zone? Line him up at running back. Replace Mark like the report says, and the season will be a long one.