Pro Football Weekly analyzed Tim Tebow’s performance in the Denver win over Miami. One big item standing out in a scouting view of the game—Tebow was much better out of the no huddle.

According to stats from the video you can watch in the above video player, Tebow was 45 percent completion percentage and 10.5 yards per completion out of the huddle and 60 percent completion percentage and 18.7 yards per completion out of the no huddle.

Speeding up the tempo is a key for Tebow.

Alabama fans saw Tebow in two consecutive SEC Championship Games. This gives you a unique perspective on Tebow. What do you think? Is Tebow going to win for Denver? Will speeding up the tempo of the Denver offense help the Broncos and Tebow?

Also, in the above player is a second video (Rookie Meter: Week 8 ) that looks at rookie performance in the NFL. Former Alabama football players Mark Ingram and Julio Jones are discussed.

Ingram was described as yet to get it going for the New Orleans Saints.

Jones has missed two games for the Atlanta Falcons. Jones remains one of the top two receivers taken in the draft with Georgia’s A.J. Green. According to the report, Julio Jones has important skills, but needs to be on the field and these injuries are a problem. “It was a problem we saw in college and a problem at the Combine,” according to the report.

3 thoughts on “Pro Football: Tim Tebow at his best in no huddle? Julio Jones injury problem?”

  1. ingram has been a beast for the saints – shut up if u havent watched the games….short ydg back gets the first down other runs 6 yds ez….

  2. will tebow be successful??

    he is awfully unconventional. but hey, i remember a qb by the name of kenny stabler.

    he was a bit unconventional back in his days with the oakland raiders. he threw off his back foot. he threw sidearm. he didn’t look pretty doing it.

    he won a super bowl.

    tebow’s game in miami against a pathetic dolphins team was butt ugly, no question.

    but denver won.

    tebow never spoke of the win afterwards in terms of what he did, only what his TEAM did.

    as a alabama fan i’m not supposed to like tim tebow.

    but i do.

    i think he’s a good person.

    i think he’s a driven man.

    i think he’s out to prove to everyone who says he can’t that he can.

    i would love to see what ingram could do in a pro offense where he was featured back.

    i hate that three back rotation he’s in.

    and unfortunately, julio does seem to be injury prone. sad for a player with all the tools he has.

  3. Of course he’s injury prone. Never in history has there been a Wider Receiver who played every down like a Tight End/Linebacker/Fullback. He beats the ever lovin’ shyt out of his body. At Bama he played through the injuries and they made little difference. Unfortunately as a multimillion dollar investment he will not be allowed to do that in the pros so you are going to hear about it being a problem. Phuckem! Go Julio! RTR!

Comments are closed.