OH MY ****ING GOD :eek:
Yep makes sense. In relation to how Sanchez usually plays 54% 5.2avg for 173yds and a 87 rating is considered suck a break out performance that Sanchezholics actualy believe it should make the realists run for their lives in shame. GIVE ME A ****ING BREAK.
Yes this was considered a FANTASTIC! game for Sanchez. For the top 15 qb's in the league it wouldn't be anything to right home about but thats okay its not like Sanchez is getting paid anything near what those QB's get :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]
I don't understand why you keep bringing up salary as a function of his talent. His salary was related to where he was drafted. If the same draft took place this season, would you be happier with Sanchez because he'd be making a fraction of his salary due to the new system?
Sanchez, IMO, is a little behind the curve on what one expects from a 3rd yr QB. Personally, I'm still hesitant to throw him ahead of Flacco and Freeman, since both had statistically fantastic seasons last year.
Though with Flacco, I don't know why Sanchez gets beaten up about having a defense carry him and Flacco doesn't.
Sanchez has played better in the playoffs, which don't count with regular season stats. But when we're talking about QBs, upside, and what they've done in the NFL, it certainly should be mentioned.
I agree that the game wasn't great, but it was a solid performance and that's fine by me.