Here's an early peek at a New York Times piece by Judy Battista that reports on the McDaniels-Tebow dynamic. She emphasizes something I have been saying around here this week:
What if McDaniels is precisely the kind of confident, innovative coach who will change the game with a QB like Tebow?
In 2010, that might mean evolving the Wildcat into something more potent. Beyond that, maybe he chucks NFL coaching orthodoxies for something new -- not unlike the way the Pats incorporated the spread a couple years ago... under McDaniels.
But to presume the standard template for Tebow -- either as a Wildcat or a starting QB -- simply because that's the way it's always been done? Well, that's #timtebowcant territory.