Originally Posted by Untouchable
Sure a good running game helps a QB.
But your supposed "franchise" QB who you drafted in the Top 5 four years ago shouldn't look totally f*cking clueless if he doesn't have a dominant running game and a couple of stud receivers.
You don't draft a QB in the Top 5 in the hopes that he's the next Trent Dilfer. You draft a QB in the Top 5 in the hopes that he's the face of your franchise and the focal point of your offense for 10+ years.
All of the Sanchez apologists are still living off those two AFC Championship appearances. Two seasons in which we sported a Top 3 defense, a Top 5 running game, and arguably the best OL in the league. What QB wouldn't find some relative success given that situation?
Agree completely. I wasn't thrilled with drafting him but got on board with that first AFC Championship game.