Well, the Timmy T era has begun (Thank God) and Kyle Orton is finally out of the starting position. Now the only problem with the offense I see now is that it is tailored towards an Orton style QB. Not saying that Tebow can not make all the throws Kyle can, but what I believe is that McCoy needs to build his offense around Tebow.
Watching the Panther's game, I saw an offense that played to Newton's strengths. Hell, they ran the option. THE OPTION. Something that is never seen in the NFL. What would benefit Tebow more would be a nice short passing game to give him confidence to make some bombs down the sideline. The running game, as we saw against the Chargers, is much better with him in the game as the defense must now plan for both the QB and the HB running. The screen is a deadly weapon with Tebow, he sold that screen last game perfectly, and if it gains tons of yards, who cares. The QB draw on short yardage situations is, if done correctly, perfect for those 3rd and short. I have a radical idea for the goal line situations... The jump pass. That's right, the patented Tim Tebow jump pass. Doesn't have to be thrown directly to the tight end, what if to the slanting WR? Oh Demaryius Thomas, please get better.
The option is an interesting prospect, but for now if we implemented the above strategy more often, I believe Tebow would flourish. If McCoy doesn't want to use a spread variation of the offense, because that never works in the NFL right (cough Aaron Rodgers cough). Then acclimate Tebow to your offense, and make sure Walton's snap timing with him is perfect! Last game made me shudder a bit when I saw Tebow nearly fumble the snap three times.
What do you fellow fans think? I bid you farewell and once again Go Broncos!!