Originally Posted by NY2FLDWC85
I'm mostly concerned with his completion percentage and turnovers. If Sanchez can improve his completion percentage for the 4th consecutive seasons? He should be at or even a little over 60% by seasons end. We need Sanchez at 60+%, which means he's improved his accuracy and chances are? With improves accuracy he'll decline in INT's while improving our wide receivers chances of catching in stride, running for yardage. The fumbles last year? I'll chalk it up. Not a concern with better offensive line play. His INT's? Those ar concerns, and if Sanchez can improve his accuracy? Those INT's should decline as a 4th year player.
I agree, I'm not too concerned with his TD number as I am with his accuracy and decision-making. Sporano will run a conservative offense that will primarily run the ball in the redzone. Tebow will get looks down there. For that reason, I do expect Mark's TD total to drop to the 20-22 range. But that doesn't mean he can't improve everywhere else and become a much better overall QB. Right now, I need to see it first before I buy into it. Mark regressed at the end of last season and I'm uncertain about how he'll come out this year. The Tebow signing could go either way for Mark's outlook.