Happens to some. Unfortunately they all gravitate to the internet and believe this makes them realists. When you start off being afraid of a schedule in a league that makes its schedule to promote parity and over teams who's strengths your less equipped to rate than the Jets you've said it all
This is a quote from Cimini's article... and this makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Why would they take an enormous cap hit (next year btw) if you're on the hook anyway?Quote:
Even though they're on the hook for the entire salary, the Jets could release Sanchez and take an enormous salary-cap hit.
He thought he was 1st round talent, thought about taking Geno in the first. That would have made you happy? Idzik rightfully looked at who stood between the Jets 7th overall and their 2nd round pick and thought that Geno could still be there. He bought himself a better draft.
I stand by my original statement that Sanchez's injury is much more serious than anyone let on, and almost certainly a reinjury of the previous injury he sustained in Jacksonville and/or Baltimore that they have been hiding ever since. Or trying to - it's not like his play wasn't an indicator.
You couldn't see that if Simms shows more in practices than Quinn that he would play? Why not?
Ans Simms wouldn't need a backup in case those who think hes a can't miss are wrong or his spleen explodes like his brothers did?