I'll make this short and sweet-
Some Late-breaking conventional wisdom
Kirk Cousins, whom we all love, might have earned himself a chance to compete for the starting job with a quarterback-hungry team like Kansas City, New Jersey, or Arizona.
If we get the right offer, we will wish him all the best and happily trade him to recoup some lost draft picks.
Some extremely conventional wisdom
Tim Tebow is a very limited quarterback because of his sub-par accuracy and vision. He has been extremely successful, however, running the options and simple read offense. He's a great runner, hard to bring down, super high character, blah blah he's nice to have.
I think you see where I'm going, but let's continue
Also consider that, with Cousins in the game against Cleveland, our running game was marginalized somewhat without the threat of the QB keeping. The running attack is the center of our offense, and early on it looked like this was going to be a big problem.
and, of course,
Tebow is done in New Jersey and his value is at it's lowest so far. He will soon be traded for a late rounder or possibly released outright.
So those are the arguments, anyway
Would Tim Tebow be a worthy acquisition as RGIII's backup?