If the Jets really plan to have Tim Tebow take 20 snaps per game, as Rex Ryan said earlier this week, then they wonít be creating a Wildcat package or some specialized role, but a quarterback platoon. A typical team runs 64 offense plays per game. If one quarterback executes one-third of them, he is a co-starter, not an occasional substitute. Quarterback platoons have a long and sometimes ridiculous history in the NFL. Platoons nearly always cause bad feelings and confusion. Platoon arrangements have typically been abandoned to the junk yard of terrible ideas after just few games.
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