Originally Posted by DaBallhawk
so his lack of experience is now being considered a negative? funny, you'd think that it means he has a better chance to improve considering he didnt play all that much. also you forgot the 2 playoff performances, and his 90+ playoff QB rating
but in fairness to tebow we should just compare their first 2 seasons, you're right. sanchez has a sub 70 QB rating, tebow is closer to 80. i dont know. any way you try to spin it, your boy sanchez doesnt look too good. try again
I'm not calling anything a negative. I'm talking about sample size.
Calling 14 games a career seems absurd.
And, ahhh, his "90+ playoff QB rating" based off of 2 games. The first one, at home, where he had a QB rating of 125.6 and the second, on the road, a rating of 52.7.
Two playoff games, with 1-1 record and he embarrassed himself in the loss, is not a good sample size either.