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Gary Kubiak or any smart offensive mind would tweak their version of the WCO to accentuate Cams talent.so the real question is what are his attributes or strengths not weaknesses.also,i just don't buy it,that Cam can't make the short screen passes or any pass for that matter not with his arm strength.
I agree that we need someone to accentuate Cam's talent (Strong arm and very mobile). However, being that the principle of ANY WCO is to opt for short passes in lieu of running, often times requiring that a QB show great anticipation by throwing the ball when the WR isn't open out of his route yet, I don't think that will be doing Cam any favors. He's shown a lack of anticipation, tendency to throw high, and inability to get through all of his reads his whole career. That's not debatable. It's just how he plays. If we want to play to his strengths, we need to run a system that uses the running game to set up the intermediate/deep play action pass. His arm strength and threat as a runner plays right in to an offense like that, and I believe he can become an Elite QB if it were to play out that way.
This is kind of pointless though, because we don't have the talent around him needed to run either of those offenses. We need a much better line and some more speed at receiver.