Revis Says Broncos Playing Style Can’t Be Good Long Haul

Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow (15) gets past Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Glenn Dorsey

Although Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has won three of his four starts this season, Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis isn’t sold that the Broncos’ style of offense according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. Can it be successful over the long haul?

“Yeah, if you have Michael Vick and Chris Johnson at running back,” Revis said. “Yeah, it can work. Those are probably the two fastest guys that can get out on the edge.”

But not Tebow?

“No. Not for a whole season,” Revis said. “We know what they’re doing. And we feel comfortable in our game plan.”

“I look at it as when he’s in the gun as wildcat,” he added. “But you got a good passer. It’s wildcat with a good passer. The original wildcat is a running back back there. They might have a trick play or two where they might throw the ball. But this is a wildcat with a quarterback making a throw.”

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