Great reading that the coaching staff is working to fix what should have been so difficult to break; Sanchez' mechanics. Coming into the NFL, the one thing Sanchez could hang his hat on was that he was regarded as having above average fundamentals, particularly outstanding footwork. It's understandable that it disappeared last year given the protection issues that cropped up, so hopefully he will rebound nicely in that area.
The one concern I've taken away from this article is the protection schemes. By most accounts Sanchez had the Callahan schemes pretty down pat, but his choice of passing lanes seemed to fly in the face of that. Perhaps it was more a result of the protection itself not being adequate in providing them, who knows. But learning the new schemes and finding the lanes will take a bit of time. It's amazing how so crucial a thing is overlooked in favor of a QB being on the same page as his receivers. They need to be just as in sync with their OL's blocking tendencies. Here's hopin'....
And TX, you're a far better poster than what you are displaying in this thread. Up your game, viejo.