Friday, December 9, 2011

Tim Tebow: Challenging NFL Orthodoxy

Kudos to's Jeffri Chadiha for approaching the Tebow story from an angle that few have: That Tebow is challenging NFL strategic orthodoxies about what an offense should be.

(It still nudges a bit too close to giving John Fox far more credit than he deserves -- where was Fox's brilliant insight into NFL inefficiencies and Tebow's capabilities this past summer so it could start Week 1? -- but the point is a good one: NFL coaches aren't nearly clever or bold enough.)



    This is a nice article as well about how even though Tebow doesn't deserve all the credit for the wins that he is outplaying the other QB in every win and that usually determines the winner.