Third and long on your own 30 yard-line, under three minutes to play and you need a touchdown to win. What do you do?
Two words: double wildcat.
It's so outrageous that it would work. No coach will have seen anything like it, they will not have prepared to defend it and there is no telling what kinds of plays would be run out of it.
End arounds, double reverses, fake-rollout double-passes and QB draws. The catalog of double wildcat plays is never-ending.
Line up in a three or four wide receiver set (using a tight end or halfback is optional) with the QB's in a split-shotgun formation, Tim Tebow on the left and Cam Newton on the right, effectively taking away any bad throws across their body to the weak side.
No NFL defense has the personel to commit two players to contain running QB's on every single play. And even if they decided to apply two QB spies every play, that leaves only nine men on the field to actually defend.
Every single play would have a decoy. And in the unlikely case that a play is sniffed out from the start, one QB will always have an outlet to the other by means of a backwards pass to the opposite sideline for either a running gain or a legal forward pass.
Both players are pure athletes who have broken the mold of the traditional pocket passer, they are both extremely mobile and are as big as linebackers, they are natural leaders and have won a National Championship, and each player has a tremendous skill set to build upon.
Combined, Tebow and Newton would create the perfect quarterback tandem.
After much debate on which defensive player the Broncos should take with the 2nd pick in the draft, it's clear that none of them fit as well as the right-handed, on-field Tebow clone.