'NFL GameDay Morning'
Bruce Arians, the Colts' offensive coordinator and now interim coach while Chuck Pagano undergoes leukemia treatment, estimated the Colts spent 30 percent of their preparation time on Tebow packages. He called it a "burden" preparing for two offenses -- there's that master scheme again! -- but it's not an offense you'd ever see him run.
"Myself, I've never been a two-quarterback guy," Arians said. "If you have two, you don't have any. I've been a one-quarterback guy for my whole career, that's just my philosophy. It can work, they can make it work if they chose to do so and they obviously have. It's just not my philosophy, no."
If you have two, you don't have any. You have to wonder if that's the fear that keeps coach Rex Ryan up at night.