Give me a realistic plan to replace Sanchez
Tired of repeating this in all the negative threads so here goes.
Hypothisis: Most here, except the really hard core haters, admit Sanchez plays great and horrible and that's his weakness. I say, the probability of success in cultivating the good and minimizing the bad has the best chance of success over our other options such as:
1) Replace him with Tebow or McElroy: Do you really think the coaching staff hasn't been evaluating these two and determined they weren't a better option? Do you know more than the people who work with the 3 every day do?
2) Get another QB: Where? Who can we buy?
3) Draft a QB: How? We won't get near a contender with our probable record this year. And do you think every drafted QB will work out like RG some of the other successes? How long are you willing to wait, without going into the same "he sucks" rant, before he is successful?
If you admit he has flashes of brilliance, but makes stupid mistakes and has outright horrible play at times, can you admit that maybe the QB coaching has not been effective over the last few years? Maybe that's where we need the change.
I don't have the answer, but I do know it's a hell of a lot cheaper and faster to rescue a faltering employee than it is to keep starting over and over.
How about a thread where people lay out feasible options instead of just commenting he sucks? Might be a refreshing change.