Originally Posted by jjktkk
Agree. But if your mobile qb is your franchise qb, ex. RGIII, Newton, etc..., I would be worried about his longevity. But for a wildcat, change of pace qb, I would definitely be in favor of having a 2 qb system.
I agree. There are two schools of thought there. 1) Because College Programs are turning out so many spread QBs, it's easier to find good ones and the skill set is not physically as demanding as a prototypical Drop Back Passer so if they get hurt, you just go out and get another one. 2) it's to hard to replace your starting QB for more then just a few games so you don't really want to take too many chances in an offense like the Spread where you can expose your QB to hits.
I understand both schools of thoughts but I don't really agree with the 1st. I believe that it's more important to sustain stability with your starter and basically limit him as much as possible. Now, designed runs in very specific situations I can understand. As a staple of the offense, that I don't love.