Originally Posted by vinniekt
Agree with all of the above. The Sanchez apologists just wont admit the bad machine is a bad machine. I counted, Sanchez had only 4 good throws the entire evening. All others (as usual) were inaccurate. You think he would have paid attention to game film and realize JJ Swat has a certain skill-set of tipping passes, adjust to that for goodness sakes.
Tebow comes in, gets first downs, creates excitment and Sanchez deflates it. Be a leader, lead your team into the endzone.
Don't tell me about droped passes. They are usually dropped because Sanchez throws high, behind and sometimes low, never accurate.
Sparano was not the problem, Sanchez is.
I am baffled by the lack of pump fakes ... Watt would totally jump on the fake and then you have an open lane to throw in .. QB 101