I know that is a typical marketing type of saying, but what if our coaching staff woke up one morning and said " why not use a dual QB system?". We could alternate the QB's by half's with a slightly different game plan for each half. Why not? many teams that find themselves behind by 20 points after the first half make "adjustments" and go on to win. We could also rotate QB's according to the teams we play against each week to take advantage of our QB's different strong points and to keep our opponents in the dark, or worse, so confused as to which QB offense they need to plan for that they don't know whether to take a piss or get out of bed? This sounds better and better all the time. There are no reasons our receivers cant make adjustments to optimize their performance with each of our QB's ( it may even work for getting the most out of the receivers different strengths) or better yet, have the coaching staff set up basic calls unique to each QB. As the season goes on, there could be more and more different calls until there is some bleed over between calls used by our different QB's. Please keep in mind that when football started there was no such thing as a forward pass. Somebody said why not, and it changed the game forever. Lets see, "Totally New Concept" dual QB play from a team undergoing change in coaching and personnel. This would might even go unnoticed at first with the league thinking we are just trying out the new QB's to see what we have, only to find out half way through the season this was all intentional and its killing them on the field. If it works as well as I think it could we might get into the Superbowl. If it doesn't work at all, so what. Would we be any worse off then we would be with out trying this "Totally New Concept" dual QB system out? I don't think so.