Wildpat and Tebow, Building a Scary Empire
With the recent revelation by espn.com that Urban Meyer is changing up Tebow's throwing motion, I had a sudden thought. What if, Tebow can throw well over the top, but a bad statistical year pushes him out of the top 10? I have Miami going about 8-8 to 10-6, putting them about 13-20 in the draft, and Tebow could thrive in a revamped Wildcat offense.
Say that Henne takes over the offense next year (2010) and to better take defenses off guard, White takes a modestly polite roll in the offense as slot-WR/RB. With a more athletic QB at Henne, and a dual threat at Wildcat QB in White or Brown, throw in scary speed at Ginn, then suppose you have a capable blocker based on his size and athleticism, also a successful running QB at TE, in Tebow?
Draft Tebow, make a new offense, therefore a new defense to stop it might be required. Imagine all the possibilities.
Do me a favor, make it four years in a row were the Fins draft a QB in second round;
there's a picture of what it could look like
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