Originally Posted by KR
-Tipped passes because he stares down his receivers. For those that disagree they went over it last night on the Jets post game. Sanchez literally stares at his primary from the snap until the throw on the majority of his throws. This was very easy to see, so expect alot more D lineman to drop back and read his short passes ala Lamar Woodley in the AFC championship a few years ago. Notice this happens to Sanchez more then other QB's? Wonder why?
-Balls off his receivers hands. This is going to happen often when your throwing behind, or over the head of your receiver like the Cumberland throw last night. Notice this happens to Sanchez more then other QB's? Wonder why?
-Cromartie missed TD---Shocker. Sanchez threw another inaccurate pass that could have been a great play. Cromartie had his guy beat by 5 yards. This is not a NFL starting QB.
-Kerley Rocked---One last point. Sanchez never throws his receivers open. Rarely leads his players in stride. Kerley had to sit there and wait for that ball and get rocked. If he throws that ball sooner and harder Kerley has the opportunity to cut it in.
To the Sanchez apologist out there: We have a dead man walking out there. Its the last few games this guy will be a starting QB in the league. Enjoy them.
People can talk about lack of talent and familiarity all they want. That has nothing to do with these well-stated points here. It's just the difference between a mediocre QB and a top-15 guy.
The latter will make these mistakes too...but not nearly with the week-in/week-out frequency that we see from Sanchez.
And just to emphasize your best point - Sanchez never throws his receivers open