Originally Posted by Jetworks
Had an efficient, workman-like performance today. It also seemed like the gameplan was more tailored to his skillset. By no means was he spectacular, but there's no denying that he played well.
As I said in the gameday thread, Tebow could've relieved Sanchez and lead the Jets to a win and I'd be happy. But given the scorn and vitriol directed at Sanchez as of late, I feel that it's appropriate to give credit where it's due.
BTW, it's disappointing that the more vocal of his critics are unable/unwilling to have discussions about this. There's at least two posters I am talking about and their silence during a Jets win in which Sanchez played well further points to their troll status as far as I'm concerned.
Here's (cautiously) hoping Sanchez can build on this going forward into the showdown with the Pats.
THats what's so frustrating. he has talent. but lets remember....this was a weak Defense.
the few times he was under pressure he showed the old Mark. A few balls thrown low, one or two high etc.
he is a good QB who plays poorly too often.