As we get closer to opening day and wondering what we can expect from the Pats offense, this might provide a clue. I just read this over at PFT and thought it was interesting enough to start a discussion. The premise was this. Josh McDaniel created an offense designed strictly for Tebow's running and passing skill. Though he was fired before he could implemen it, the Broncos used this offense and Tebow led it into the playoffs. Now though Tebow and Cam have similar characteristics in their games as run threats, Cam is an infinitely more talented QB than Tebow. And so the premise goes, the Pats could be very "scary" with Cam at the controls of this offense. Here's a quote from their PFT post.
As one source with knowledge of the situation has explained it to PFT, McDaniels developed a specific system in Denver for Tebow. It makes it hard to defend quarterback runs and it opens up the passing game. Also, with proper blocking, the quarterback isn’t put in harm’s way. As the source put it, that could make Cam “scary” in New England.