OK, so lets take this right from the top:
1)Was an aging 34-35 year old Plaxico Burees, who spent 3 years away from the game of football incarcerated in a prison cell considered as being "the best of everything"? You know, the same Plaxico Burress who was completely useless between the 20's as Mark's #2 WR? Keep in mind, we're talking about the same washed up WR (has been) that couldn't even land an invite to the Carolina Panthers training camp this offseason.
Yes, as a matter of fact he was. They provided Sanchez with big posession WR that so many teams covet but never get. You also conveniently fail to mention that Burress was one of the TD catching WR's. In fact, in 2010 Burress was instrumental in making Sanchez a far better red zone QB than he was in 2010. Is that providing Sanchez with the best of everything? Well, he was the best of what was available.
And in regards to Burress's poor performance between the 20's, that is as much a function of Sanchez's poor play as it is Burress. The two of them lacked chemistry. After a season together, I am of the opinion that they have should have moved away from Plaxico Burress. But don't make it sound like it is all Burress's fault. Sanchez played his role.
2) Was an aging 37 year old Derrick Mason, as our starting slot WR for 5 weeks considered as being "the best of everything" in regards to the overall development of Mark Sanchez? Lets not act like Mason only putting up 13 receptions for 115 receiving yards and 0 TD's was a product of Mark Sanchez struggling, because after being released from the Jets due to an inability to make plays on the football field, Mason got picked up by the Houston Texans and completely failed to put up anything more than 6 receptions for 55 yards and 0 TD's. He no longer has a team heading into the 2012 season. Is that what you consider as giving Sanchez "the best of everything"?
The Jets had just lost Jerricho Cotchery and had no one to fill the void. They thought Jeremy Kerley could do it eventually, but they wanted a stop gap. Derrick Mason was the best of what was available. Mason did some complaining and was eventually released. Kerley came on big and did a good job. Was he as good of a solution as Jerricho Cotchery? Of course not. You weren't actually EXPECTING that were you?
Bottom line is the Jets FO gave him the best of what they could at that particular moment and they ALWAYS have. Throughout his disappointing career.
3) What about throwing a late 5th round draft pick in Jeremy Kerley into the fire? Was throwing a raw rookie WR with no NFL experience and no experience with our first string unit considered as giving Sanchez "the best of everything" due to the fact that we were forced to release Derrick Mason? Kerley had just about zero snaps with the first string unit during training camp, preseason, practice and OTA's (oh yeah, we didn't have OTA's due to a lockout). Is that what you consider providing Sanchez with the "best of everythng" ala releasing his unproductive/unable to perform, 37 year old slot WR in Mason 5 weeks into the season, followed by throwing a raw rookie in Kerley into the fire as his slot WR?
Asked and answered. You make it sound like Kerley just sucks and was totally pathetic. FAR from it. Like I said already, "Was he as good a solution as an established veteran that had been with the team for his entire career?" No, of course not, that's ridiculous. And thinking you were going to get that out of ANY potential replacement is also equally ridiculous. But he was a much better replacement than Derrick Mason. He was also a sure handed WR that could have contributed much more if Sanchez had only known how to find him.
4) Was Turner going down for the season considered the best of everything? What about Vlad? You've bashed this "3rd year bust" all offseason. Was Vlad as our only potential backup to a struggling offensive line considered as giving Sanchez "the best of everything"? What about Wayne Hunter who couldn't be substituted for due to our bust on the bench in Vlad? Was that also considered to be the "best of everything" for Sanchez? ala having a starting RT in Hunter who continued to get beat like a drum throughout the entire course of the season? What about having to try and replace Nick Mangold with an undrafted rookie (Baxter) ala a rookie who wasn't with the team during the offseason. Was that situation considered as being the "best of everything" for Sanchez?
Turner would never have made a difference anyway. Turner had bad hands and needed more time to develop.
Apparently, YOU (and only you, I might add ) thinks Vlad is a developmental pick that wasn't supposed to contribute at all in 2011. So stop trying to use him as an argument. You can't have it both ways.
Instead, they had Wayne Hunter at RT. A guy who came through for us in a big way in the 2010 playoffs. He turned out to be an enormous bum. However, there was NO evidence to indicate that is what would happen. We thought he was a very able bodied short term replacement for Damien Woody. And even still, a FAR better player than Vlad Ducasse.
Prior to that, he had one of the most dominant OL's in the entire league. An OL that entered the "zone" in the 2009 and 2010 playoffs. Not to mention, one of the top running games in those years. Once again, the very best of everything.
5) I don't wanna hear about the defense, I don't wanna hear about this and that etc, etc... I wanna hear/see your response to all of the above ala the pieces that surrounded our quarterback last year. If the pieces above are considered to be the "best of everything", I'd like to see an honest answer to those questions.
You don't want to hear about the defense? The defense is part of the reason why he's had the best of everything. So, sorry but you are going to hear about the defense.
The Jets defense ranked over the last 3 seasons 1, 4, and 5. They pretty much always played stifling defense and gave Sanchez many more opportunities than most young QB's would get with the ball. They kept Sanchez in games. They always gave him the ball back quickly to keep him fresh.
Yet Sanchez was still a NOTORIOUSLY slow starter. He would routinely take the first 20 minutes off of every game. When he did finally decide to play he was terribly inaccurate with his passes. He couldn't read defenses despite Schotty always putting a guy in motion which pretty much tips the defenses hand as to what coverage they are in. He made the very same immature, STUPID mistakes as he was making in his rookie season.
So there you have it. Honest answers to all of your questions. TRUE answers to all of your questions.
And if you don't believe me, go ask anyone outside of Kool Aid drinking fans that have completely biased opinions like yourself. Those people tell it like it is.