Tim Tebow: Jets QB Set to Earn More Playing Time Thanks to Wildcat Formation
According to Jenny Vrentas of The Star-Ledger, the Jets debuted a Wildcat-type formation during practice on Monday. It was widely expected that this type of package would be used with Tebow on the roster, but up until now it hadn’t been seen.
While Vrentas and the rest of the media in attendance at the practice—which was notably closed to the public—aren’t allowed to report specific details, they are able to divulge that they saw Tebow involved in an unusual formation that reminded them of the wildcat.
Who Will Be the More Successful Jets QB?
It also helps that Ryan was able to recruit Tony Sparano—the man who brought the wildcat into the mainstream back in 2008 as the head coach of the Miami Dolphins—to be his offensive coordinator this season.
The Jets are trying their hardest to avoid a quarterback controversy, but that is a tough task considering the conundrum of having two brand-name players vying for snaps under center in the nation’s biggest media market.
Finding a nice balance of Sanchez playing the traditional QB role and Tebow in a wildcat might be the most efficient way for the Jets to balance the situation and keep all parties happy.
However, if one player struggles, the fans and press are going to call for the other to play a larger role in the offense.
Hopefully for Jets supporters, both Tebow and Sanchez excel in their niche QB roles.
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