Tim Tebow’s now a New England Patriots Quarterback, and all that after Pats Head Coach Bill Belichick allegedly said he “hates Tim Tebow.”
This blogger thinks Tim Tebow can offer a spark in the form of a kind of offensive change-up. Look for The New England Patriots to use Tebow in running the read option from time to time. And with Josh McDaniels working to incorporate five new wide receivers into the offense, the post-Wes Welker New England Offense is under construction.
Something else that was “under construction” is Tim Tebow’s throwing motion. Once a large wind up, one look at the photo above is all you need to know that Mr. Tebow has a new, more compact throwing motion. This is a new Tim Tebow.
The educated bet here is that Bill Belichick and Josh McDaniels will go to a more detailed form of “situational offense” where there’s one formation / play set and personnel group specifically for one team they will play in 2013. Note, I said “set” which means more than one play.
Adding Tim Tebow makes the New England Offense one of the most exciting to anticipate other than that for the Philadelphia Eagles.
What’s the Twitter reaction?
Tim Tebow is the luckiest man on earth to learn under Belichick and behind Brady. There’s a chance, MAYBE, he can actually be a QB someday
— Patrick Dorgan (@PatrickDorgan5) June 11, 2013
In last 25 years, Tim tebow is the only Heisman-winning quarterback to have won a playoff game. Lotta qb in there, he’s the only one. #odd
— brett niemand (@brettniems) June 11, 2013
— NFL (@nfl) June 11, 2013
Tim Tebow’s athleticism could lead to a more innovative Patriots offense. The numbers show why: es.pn/17FsdSs
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 11, 2013