Originally Posted by ncjmirabile
So running an offense suited to the strengths of your QB is wanting your offense to fail. I fail to understand your point.
In that first Chargers game, Tebow only attempted three passes to Lloyd. Two were incomplete and was like a 20 yarder as time was expiring.
The offense Fox threw away coming in was better for Tebow and Orton.. not better for his own D though... he made his own job coaching D easy. Made himself look good at the expense of Orton and Tebow.
Tebow and Lloyd made some great plays.. that game and the previous season when Tebow outperformed Orton then too. They nearly won the game if Lloyd hadn't dropped a pass in the end zone. That was with Tebow having to dig out of the hole Orton put them in too.