The people who would like to stick with the G & P offense and quote some of Sanchez's difficulties last year make good points, but I think people are forgetting how big the jump from rookie to sophomore can be for blue-chip QBs. Yeah, Flacco and Ryan weren't world beaters this year, but Flacco had some big games with some questionable weapons, and Ryan dealt with some injuries.
Drew Bledsoe threw for 2,000 more yards in his second season than his first.
Jay Cutler admittedly only started 5 games his rookie year, but threw for 3,500 in year two.
Manning, Marino, etc. go without saying, and even McNabb had a monster second season.
Sure, there are examples of guys who didn't perform up to expectations in their second campaigns (Flacco, Ryan, that scrub Rick Mirer), but I choose to think that Sanchez's rapid maturity in the playoffs is going to carry over, and that means the Jets should definitely look to even out the run/pass ratio. The Jets should have gone 80/20 pass vs. run after Greene went down - Sanchez was really hot that day, and what a day to be on fire even if he came up short.