Originally Posted by Taco John
That's because you're making an assumption about this organization's long term commitment to Tebow that I'm not making.
And how does that reflect on the backup discussion? If they replace Tebow, the only way that possibly works out is to go out and get a big time guy in the draft or free agency. They aren't going to replace him with one of the journeymen on the market unless he totally implodes, and if that happens it won't really matter because our season will pretty much be done at that point.
If Tebow succeeds next season, backup QB won't matter just like it doesn't on any other team with an established QB. If he fails then they'll look to replace him in the following draft. Either way, the backup is basically a non-factor.