Originally Posted by bucksfan2
I am surprised that Tebow was traded for pretty much a song. He went from a starting NFL QB to becoming a wild cat QB and a novelty. I was never a believer in what Tebow was doing but thought that he had a place on a NFL team. I am even more shocked that there wasn't at team out there willing to give up a draft pick and give him a chance to start.
I think Tebow in a 5-10 play per game can be a valuable option. I also don't think he would be that bad of a backup QB with the opportunity to develop. The problem becomes that in order for Tebow to start the offensive scheme must be totally revamped. There really isn't a similar situation, maybe Philly, so your scraping your original offense if your starting QB goes down. That said for a 5th and 6th rounder, Tim Tebow adds value to your team.
I think you pretty much answered your own question. It's one thing for a team, like Denver, to throw out their offense and switch to a college-style attack out of pure midseason desperation. But I don't think any teams out there are willing to make an organizational commitment to that style.