I can be as bad as him and have it just as tough as him with that money in my pocket.
It wouldn't be anywhere near as bad if he would just throw the ball away when nothing is there for him. Why he can't learn this, I will never know.
This is a recipe for disaster for 2013. If he keeps this up, there's no way Rex can go with this. Sanchez is done. If there is a better case of "addition by subtraction" by benching Sanchez, please point it out. Don't believe one exists.
Our new coordinator , MM will decide who takes the snaps. Not anyone on the landing strip, and I'm happy with that. ,
And lets be honest here, it isn't even a matter of WHEN we start losing games. This team is at the very least rebuilding the offense from the ground up. Every offensive player is sure to know that this will not be a successful season on offense. So the general feeling of disappointment toward Sanchez will be there right from the get go.
I don't care what Suckchez's 2013 salary is, someone will beat him out in this QB competition - whether it is Smith, McElroy or Simms doesn't even matter but one of these kids will beat him out because he just sucks that badly.
Sanchez has lost Rex's unequivocal backing, especially when you consider the fact that Rex's job is probably hanging in the balance.
Rex won't flush another season down the toilet watching Suckchez implode yet again - the best QB will play and the chances of the best QB being Suckchez are slim to none.
Personally I'd like to see Suckchez released before week 1 he will be more of a distraction - much like Tebow last season - then he is worth.
I'd take a flyer on Trent Edwards if you want a 4th QB on the roster going into the pre-season/regular season but Suckchez's release would be the best move for the team going forward - take the cap hit and be done with him.
unlike your Pats who are Head Coached by a guy with Loose Screws
And as much as I'd like to see Sanchez get his walking papers before the season begins, I doubt it happens. I can't see the team being willing to endure a 17 million dollar cap hit. So as much of a cancer Sanchez would be to the team, I think their hands are tied.
This will turn out to be undoubtedly Rex's hardest coaching job ever. If the team even sniffs the playoffs, he should be up for coach of the year honors. It's a very dicey situation. Rex will have to keep the players motivated and interested in playing when Sanchez will be sitting on the team roster getting paid millions for doing nothing. It will only serve to anger the players.
And I believe if the Jets release Sanchez after June 1st, the CAP hit is 12.353 million.
That being said Sanchez's CAP hit is not a good enough reason to keep him around, he needs to go, period.
This team does not need any more distractions mulling around the locker-room and that's all Suckchez would be.