Each week, Chad Pennington breaks down a dynamic NFL playmaker or scheme, devises a game plan and discusses a strategy for success. This week, Pennington looks into how QB Tim Tebow and the Broncos offense will attack an attack-minded Detroit defense.
Responsibility. That's the operative word. Tim Tebow has been given the keys to the Denver Broncos. With this promotion, he is no longer just responsible for himself. His responsibilities now include preparing himself, his offense, and leading his team.
His offensive teammates must now adapt to how he runs the show. They will have to adjust to the differences between Tebow and Kyle Orton - calling the play, the snap count, the type of ball thrown, his scrambling ability, and the list continues. This is certainly a process that doesn't happen overnight.
It's an exciting time for a young player when he's handed the keys to his team. He is now in control, and he gets to play the game the way that he knows how to play it. Tebow can now...