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The two touchdowns that Willis McGahee scored against the Bills are very promising.
First, John Fox showed a dedication to the run that was rewarded by McGahee’s persistence to find the end zone. Second, the outlet pass to McGahee from Orton out of the backfield was impeccably timed by Mike McCoy.
Still, Quinn needed something better to cap off his two-minute drill before half, and there were some questions that remained from the Cowboys game.
Egos need to be put aside here. Orton can pass all the way down the field to get them there, but if three-straight runs are the best option to score then that is what needs to be called.
Not to mention, if Tim Tebow ends up being the sixth-best QB on the roster after Orton, Quinn, Weber, Brandon Lloyd and Britton Colquitt in terms of throwing ability, it has zero impact on his ability to find the end zone inside the 20s. If Orton stalls in the red zone, Tebow had better find his way onto the field—or anyone who can convert for that matter.