Originally Posted by Ray Ray19
I think he does have it.
The irony of it all, this season is going to make him tougher.
If he can finish strong, I STILL think he can do it.
He's had to deal with as much adversity as any QB has in the league in one season, the injuries, the Tebow crap, the media, and I still saw a QB that pushed and fought, and executed.
And these ****ing clowns on SNY, they are a joke, the media is a joke.
Sanchez is saying exactly what he SHOULD be saying. You want him throwing things, bashing his teammates, displaying an act that isn't him because the fans and media want him to? Whatever.
Sanchez had TWO bad plays tonight. TWO. He STILL executed. There in't ANY on this board that refute that.
He was 26/36, he still ran through his progressions, made the right reads. He is playing better NOW than he was 3-4 weeks ago.
Look, I KNOW the team has had problems, but I'm convinced that it's been a cumulative problem, that has transitioned from one factor to another, those 52 seconds exemplifies this point.
1. Gee only 2 mistakes, that doesn't sound so bad. One gives the Pats a TD, and the other ends a scoring drive.
2. 24/36...FANTASTIC! If you are a big fan of garbage time.
When exactly will all this adversity begin to pay off? Year 12?
yeah, yeah, I know..."GFY, troll!"