Originally Posted by petejet
So what you are saying is get rid of Sanchez and all is well? The dropped passes an blown routes stop? The OL becomes all pro? Greene becomes a 1500 yd rusher? Wilson turns into the next Revis? The LBs become lightning fast? A dominant pass rush appears out of thin air? I never realized all of these problems were Sanchez' fault. Who is this magical QB that is going to step in and fix all of these problems?
No, that is what YOU are trying to portray me as saying.
What I am saying is that IMO Woody is OK with Rex getting another season to try turn the team around. But if he sticks with Sanchez for much longer, Woody will decide that Rex Ryan's stubornness has become a detriment to the team, and therefore he needs to go.
I am also saying that by changing the QB a lot of those problems you mention will go away. Truly good QB's elevate the play of the surrounding players on the football field. That's what good QB's do.
Sanchez is NOT a good QB as evidenced by 4 pathetic seasons in the league. Sanchez does not elevate the play of the other players, never has. They follow him right down the toilet.
Are there any good QB's for us to go with? Doubtful. We know Tim Tebow is not the answer. However, the wildcard is Greg McElroy. No one truly knows what he is capable of. At the very least I can see some positive coming out of it. 1) We get to see if McElroy is starting material or if he a competent backup QB. 2) He is NOT Sanchez. I think the mere change of the QB would get the players working harder. The players are not blind, they know Sanchez is killing the team also.