With Cobb and Locke and other good running backs, why worry about a full time quarterback?
The 'Wildcat" formation, as shown by Tim Tebow, seems to work well so why limit the abilities of Cobb by using a quarterback?
We all know Cobb can throw. He can also tote the ball pretty well. How much time to we stay in formations with the quarterback under center? Cobb's no Tebow but he can move a lot better that any quarterback I've noticed lately.
Seems to get more people with some talent involved in the offense we could utilize the Wildcat formation to feature our better backs.
Look at our passing stats from last year. Terrible. Now we go into summer and probably fall with out a number one quarterback. The three canidates clearly, at least to Joker's satisfaction, have shown no one is better than the rest.
Cobb seems to be the answer. He's bigger and stronger now and if he wears down as last year go to plan 'B'. i.e. quarterbacks.
Of course its a drastic move. But isn't something better than the 'baby step' approach we are bogged down in now?