Originally Posted by SONNY WERBLIN
Bottom line, it all about Anticipation. QB'ing in the NFL requires someone who can anticipate what "will be", not what "is". To Sanchez, you are only open if he sees you open, and by the time he gets you the ball, you are no longer open. Effective QB's see a target that is currently covered but about to be open and releases the ball as the target is breaking coverage.
True, that's timing and experience of which Sanchez has very little with any of his WR's, that's where backs and ends could come more into play.