Originally Posted by McGinley
Sanchez fumbling the ball in OT to lose in NE cost us this season. Sanchez throwing a red zone INT and missing a wide open Hill in SEA cost us this season. Sanchez not knowing when to just get rid of the ball and holding onto for an hour and taking a sack has cost us this season. Sanchez being oblivious to the pocket collapsing and taking sacks has cost us this season.
Sanchez IS one of the right people, SAR. Wake the **** up.
Sanchez is the one who got us the lead in New England with 90 seconds to play. The fumble in OT was on the offensive line. We shoudn't have been in OT to begin with.
Seattle is an impossible place to play in and even if Sanchez had a perfect game, 20 for 20, 200 yards, 2 TD's, 0 INT's, AFC Player Of The Week, we still
lose by 14 points. The secondary and Shonn Greene didn't show up that day.
Miami game was a joke, we were down 17-0 in the first quarter because the D let a backup QB have a field day, special teams gave up a TD, and Shonn Greene didn't show up again.
Oh, and let's rewind the time-machine....
Last year, Mark Sanchez had a lead with 2:00 to go in Denver, the defense let Tim Tebow go 99 yards to beat us.
Win that game, we're 9-7, in the playoffs.
When you get under the hood, it's Rex Ryan's defense that's the biggest disappointment, not the quarterback. Mark sucks now because he's been neglected. Give him some support, see what happens.