Normally, Santonio Holmes doesn't think a two-quarterback system can work in the NFL. He's making something of an exception for his own team, however, as he thinks that the clear line of demarcation between Mark Sanchez as the primary QB and Tim Tebow as kind of a specialty threat will reduce confusion and let both quarterbacks keep up their own rhythm. It remains to be seen just how such a system will function in the NFL, notoriously conservative when it comes to new ideas, but we'll get the chance to find out in a few months.

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