Originally Posted by Demosthenes9
Quite honestly believe that they thought it was push Sanchez, and also, that Sparano would be able to incorporate some creative WC plays.
One large problem is that I'm beginning to believe that Sparano is all talk, and that he doesn't have a clue about running real "WC" plays, or using Tebow creatively, or in fact, even being able to run an "NFL" offense.
I mean, how in the hell do you have a 4th and 1 and not use Tebow ? It just doesn't make sense. That is, if you assume that the coach designing and calling the plays has a clue.
One thing that's obvious, it's not because they think that Tebow is starting quality QB. A backup (Tebow, Stanton, or other) should have been playing by the 4th quater of yesterday's game. It's painfully obvious that Sanchez has regressed, and badly.
It's hard to say if it's on Rex, Cavanaugh, Sporano, Schotty, Tannenbaum, or whomever. But Sanchez's 5th game with under 50% passing and 20+ attempts puts him on line with only a few QBs. I joked yesterday that the Jets wouldn't take Sanchez out if he pulled his pants down and **** on the field... And that was before that sack/fumble where he tried to "throw the ball away"
He's tentative (which led to the interception in the red zone), inaccurate, and playing without any confidence. He's a mess, and the idea that benching for Tebow would "ruin" him seems comically... He's ruined right now.