This kind of thing happens to a large number of QBs in the NFL and they don't suck as badly as Sanchez does because of it. Hell, look at all the rookies and 2nd year players who are playing much better than Sanchez right now.
He's had a constant shift of talent at RB and WR going back the last 2 years, that will cause a QB a lot of problems, chemistry and timing is always an issue, QB and offensive skill players are not completely on the same page.
We are 8 games into the season, well past the time to be crying about adjusting to a new offense. Guess what ? A bunch of QBs are working in new offenses this year and they aren't sucking like Sanchez has. All the Rookie starters are in a new offense of course. All teams with new offensive coordinators are as well, like Big Ben in Pittsburgh.
Your last line is comically ignorant, so you think Sanchez just throws an interception because he feels like it? Nothing to do with poor pass protection, trying to make a play, being out of sync with a receiver on a particular route, or even a new offense and having to play with players rotating in and out of the line-up, off the couch, and off the injury list?
Tell you what. You and others who talk about how good Sanchez was in 2009 and how he led the Jets to the AFC Championship would be shocked to find that Tebow's stats from his first 16 starts are comparable to, and in many cases, better than, the stats that Sanchez put up in 2009.
And your answer to Sanchez' problems is play Tebow, we know, because his numbers are just so much better as a starter last year than Sanchez. :rolleyes: