Originally Posted by GangGreenAFFLICTION
SAR are you saying that Sanchez needs HOF / ALL PRO talent around him in every possible position to be a top 10 QB?
Or are you saying that he is a possible top 10 QB that doesnít have the weapons to reach his potential?
If itís the later you and I are in rare disagreement.
I agree that the team (TANNY) did NOTHING to help him this year but he is truly going backwards in a hurry.
He hasnít learned yet that you donít pass the ball to defensive linemen during a screen play??
Impossible to watch him play. Impossible
What we are witnessing today is a fourth-year quarterback who has seen less and less support from his franchise as the years go by when it should be the opposite.
The Jets simply had better offensive talent in 2009 and 2010 then they did in 2011 and certainly in 2012. And by failing to support Mark Sanchez, the Jets have ruined him. No, not permanently, but in the short-term Mark Sanchez doesn't know what to do or who throw to.
We have the worst group of offensive talent around a quarterback of any team in the NFL. The offensive line can't block, the running back can't run, the receivers can't run routes, the tight end has disappeared. Mark spends half the game on his back, recovering from a brutal hit.
You may be right, you may be wrong. Mark Sanchez may be the worst quarterback in the NFL, Mark Sanchez may be the best quarterback in the NFL. We simply can't judge because of how bad everyone else is.
Here's what we do know: Mark Sanchez played extremely well in the postseason in his first two years in the NFL. He amassed four wins, all on the road, against superior competition. In 2009 and 2010, Mark Sanchez won no less than six games with miracle fourth-quarter comebacks under immense pressure. That's one hell of a try-out, one hell of a resume saying he's got the ability and got no support.