Originally Posted by SAR I
You're heading in the wrong direction.
Mark Sanchez did not lose the Patriots game. The defense did.
Mark Sanchez did not lose the Dolphins game. Special teams who killed us and the defense who couldn't stop a back up QB did.
If the defense and special teams play up to the levels that their "bestest coaches in the whole NFL" say they should, we're 5-3 right now, leading the AFC East at the turn.
Sanchez either directly committed or was a huge factor in 3 turnovers in the Pats games. You do not win road games against good teams in the NFL when you commit 3 turnovers. All the D did was make Brady look bad and ineffective for the majority of the game. Overall he led the Pats to a whopping 22 points on offense in 4.5 quarters. Does that sound Tom Brady-like? The following week Brady led the Pats to 5 TDs in his first 5 drives against the Rams. Did he do that against us?
Sanchez was pitiful in the Dolphins game, turning it over twice and taking 55 passes to throw for like 270 yards. The Jets offense was marked by 3 and outs and ineffective drives that went nowhere. The following week Luck threw for 430 yards against the same D and had the Colts moving the ball the entire day.
Sorry, you hitched your wagon to a loser. Accept it and move on. The Jets franchise will soon do the same. I wish Mark well holding the clipboard wherever he lands, assuming any other team even wants his services for that.