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It's safe to say that when you have a quarterback like Tebow who isn't proficient or reliable throwing the ball, the more options he has from play to play, the better off the Broncos will be.
I've always liked the approach of more plays for the Broncos' quarterback that have him rolling out. It keeps the opposing defense off balance, while opening up the option to run the ball or throw it.
Besides, I've also noticed that some of Tebow's best throws come when he is rolling out of the pocket.
The Broncos should utilize this more and could catch the Chargers off guard, expecting Tebow to run when he passes instead.
It wouldn't be the end of the world if Tebow runs either as he has proven he is a fast, strong runner with the ability to break tackles. Running might bode well for Denver going up against San Diego's 23rd-ranked rushing attack.