Fox just barely accomplished that goal Sunday as Tebow did see the field, however, for one poorly executed play.
On first-and-10 from the their own 27 on the Broncos' second possession of the game, Tebow bobbled a shotgun snap, ran off left guard and was crunched for a 1-yard loss. Tebow returned to the sidelines following the play and was never reinserted into the game, despite the lopsided final score and the clamor from fans at Lambeau Field for more Tebow.
"That, and we did it once and we lost yardage," Fox told the Post. "That wasn't all on him by any stretch, but it didn't prove to be beneficial, so we went in a different direction."
Tebow said that the way the game developed required the team to go with Orton.
"The situation there was we got behind and really had to put it in the air," he said, "so there really wasn't an opportunity."