Denver: Head Coach Josh McDaniels was entertaining the notion of taking a quarterback by committee approach after Tim Tebow made it a very "Good Friday" for the Broncos Training Camp session today.
"You know, I haven't ever used more than one quarterback in the NFL. I don't think that's something that can't be done if you choose to do it," McDaniels said.
"Certainly, people have speculated about, you know, how we may or may not use him in those roles, but since we haven't really done any of it in pads, I haven't had the opportunity to evaluate what that may do for our team. It's hard to say exactly if we would feel that way too."
Sounds to me as if McDaniels can't wait to get these players in pads to evaluate how his new quarterback by committee philosophical approach for the 2010 season is going to work.
"You know, there's going to be some things that he can obviously do that the other two can't in that regard. How much we do or don't do will depend on how productive we are at it," McDaniels said.
Kyle Orton was arguably the dink and dunk king last season, considering how his short passing game got him jacked all the way up to the 14th best quarterback ranking in the NFL last season.
We are not likely see Kyle Orton throw 50-60 yard passes ten yards off the ground on a frozen rope to a receiver in stride.
This is where Tim Tebow comes in; he has been known to do that a time or two, the rookie has a cannon for an arm.
Tebow is highly accurate as well, he broke the NCAA Division 1A 4-year quarterback passer efficiency rating record; this factor will most certainly help keep the safeties from stacking the box while Tebow is the quarterback.
Tebow, being a proven deep passing threat, will help to spread out defenses and open up running lanes to the Broncos rushing attack as well.