Originally Posted by PMarsico9
First off, *I* Care.
Secondly, this proves that despite everything that happened in that game in regards to Sanchez making mistakes, he *STILL* provided the Go-Ahead score late and all the defense had to do was get one stop(and it wasn't like the Pats started at midfield either.....) *BUT THEY DIDN'T!*
Whose fault is that?
Sanchez isn't a QB who can win a Super Bowl in this city with this roster unless he's entirely complementary. He was drafted #5 overall to be a franchise QB, which he is not.
Mark's fault or the Front-Office who traded up to get him at #5?
The Chicken-and-the-Egg theory? Hmm....
With all due respect, landing a Franchise QB isn't the same as going to the market to buy some bread. You need to be EXTREMELY Lucky to land one 'cause too many times, you have QB's that look good in College but can't ever translate that success at the Pro-Level and therefore you end up with an NFL-BUST at QB.
A franchise QB elevates those around him and dictates how defenses play. Like Brady. Or Brees. Or Eli. Or Roethlisberger. Or Rodgers.
Mark is not the Franchise QB we are looking for but let's also remember that we're probably not going to be in any position to grab another QB that won't turn out to be yet another Kellen Clemens......
No QB like Sanchez has won a Super Bowl in 10 years.
Only SOJF's are happy without having the necessary pieces to win a Super Bowl.
Hence, who cares?
*I* Care. Because I post my opinions on this board.
I don't give a sh-t that you don't care. I don't post here trying to please you or anyone else here.
Sanchez is less than needed, therefore, he's awful. He's terrible.
"Less than needed, therefore, he's awful"?
What the fk does that even mean?