Originally Posted by BroncoBeavis
Did you watch that Vikes game last January?
Did you watch the Lions game. That's what happens when Teebs is asked to step into a traditional offense and run the normal expected plays that the team spent all week working on. There is no way he can be a back up QB with his lack of accuracy. He had success when the offense was build around what he can do. What do you do in practice, spend half your time on the normal offense and the other half on the "just in case Tebow happens" offense?