I don't blame Sanchez one bit...this organization has done everything it can to hang this kid out to dry.......neglecting the offense....trading for Tebow...I like Sanchez I think he needs fresh start somewhere...where HE is the focal point of the team...
the Tebow trade to Sanchez was like your wife bringing some dude home and she says to you "hes just a friend"
"I didn't have the pulse of the team".
This mook can't get fired fast enough for me.
Trying to prove how much smarter than everyone else you are...
When applying for a job, the interviewer asks you, "You do intend on staying with our company long term, right?" Go ahead and respond, "We'll see..."
Better yet, why don't you respond to your girlfriend when she asks, "Will we ever get married?" Say, "We'll see..."
Or how about when your wife asks, "Will you love me forever?" Try saying "We'll see..."
See what kind of warm and fuzzy response you get, genius...
Face facts, your loser hero Sanchez wants out at the end of the season, better get used to it...
As I've argued in practically every press conference thread, these guys always have and always will give you basic, nonchalant answers. There's nothing to be analyzed. Of course, that doesn't stop the masses from doing so.
What can Mark do? Say two words and move onto the next question, or start some Freudian free association about where his career will take him next year. "We'll see". Plain and simple, means nothing by it. Next question.
But take your real life examples and realize this one thing... football is not real life. Stop comparing it as so.
Reporter: "Do you still feel you can still have a future here with the Jets?"
Obvious diplomatic response is "Sure, we just have to iron out some things..."
or "Yeah, I just have to protect the ball better..."
or "I'm a QB for the Jets... I've had success before, so there's no reason I can't be successful again..."
Sanchez says: "We'll see..."
Sanchez wants out...
or Sanchez doesn't want to talk to a reporter about a bunch of hypothetical nonsense.
In case anyone needs to be reminded, here's that fraud's record before Tammy's arrival. Now troll, STFU!
if he had said any of the above, the reaction would be "OMFG Sanchez is so entitled!! there's a million things that can happen in the offseason especially if we get a new GM. he can get cut, traded, restructured, etc. the season isn't even over yet and this bum is already talking about next year as if he even deserves to be here! Get rid of Sanchez now!!"
1. he had no interest in answering any questions, he was forced.
2. the questions were, for lack of a better word, stupid.
3. he was asked about next year, clearly uncomfortable with the question he gave the best answer he could, " we have Buffalo next week, we can worry about that stuff later". Asked again he said, "we'll see".
many were wondering why he kept his helmet on all day yesterday while holding the clip board. i think he was afraid to get hit in the head with a battery or some other object. :yes:
Tinstar did you watch game yesterday? Before yesterday I too thought Rex was stupid for sticking with sanchez.. Reports all said it was sparano (lol) and MT who wanted mark to start weeks ago while rex and woody wanted Mcelroy.. Either way we saw.. While the kid may be 10 times smarter than sanchez he has no arm, rex and co must have saw that every day in practice.. Surprised they didnt go with tebow.. As bad as he may be, he cant be worse than those 2scrubs.
Sanchez' mistake is to think that he has much of a say in all of this. He is a QB whose body of work puts him firmly near the bottom of the entire NFL in terms of his career stats and he is being paid like a top 10 guy. He is not a decision maker in this train wreck although he has certainly contributed mightily to the fact that it is a train wreck.
Shut your mouth Mark, cash your paycheck and try not to look like a bank robber while you are doing it.
all i'm saying is he would also be getting criticized if he had said something like, "i'm under contract for 2013 so of course i plan on being back as QB of the NY Jets."