Originally Posted by 124
This team would be 8-4, maybe 9-3 with a QB who didn't turn the ball over at the rate he does.
As much as having a Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, etc. would be awesome, this team just needs a game manager who doesn't turn the ball over.
Exactly. The Mark Sanchez experiment failed and, unfortunately, some don't even realize it.
People act as though benching Mark for either of these guys would be like benching Brady for Mallet. It's not like we'd be benching a true franchise QB. We'd be benching a turn-over machine in favor of a productive QB who will manage the game and make smart decisions.