Tyler Thigpen in Wildcat Formation?

Spencer LemmonContributor IJune 16, 2009

CINCINNATI - DECEMBER 28: Tyler Thigpen #4 of the Kansas City Chiefs runs with the ball while defended by Antwan Odom #98 of the Cincinnati Bengals during the NFL game on December 28, 2008 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

  T-Thig the Ninja

 

        I just wanted to discuss the possibilities and results of having T-Thig in some sort of wildcat  hybrid formation or whatever. We all know he can run with the ball, and has had some success passing.

        Thigpen Should be a part of this offense he's got to much hidden talent to just keep on the sidelines, and in my opinion he deserves it. sure his win/loss record isn't pretty, but there are plenty of hall of fame qb's who didn't rack up a bunch of wins in their first 11 games either. T-Thig put up decent numbers, especially if you don't count the Atlanta game. His accuracy was sub-par, but he is young. He could play a small but vital role this season. 

        So comment back and let me hear your thoughts on Tyler Thigpen in a wildcat formation and whether or not you think it would be successful.

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