Originally Posted by Ray Ray19
I like how you're forgetting about who he's playing with on the field, and buying into the media bull****!
Sanchez wan't extraordinary, still committed a crucial fumble, but he managed the game quite a bit better this week, and hit a rather clutch throw for a big play to help seal the game.
Does it mean all is ok again? Of course not, but Tebow nor McElroy make that throw to Cumberland, and we are talking about a QB that is playing with #4 and #5 WR's starting, additional injuries at TE with Keller out again, and we lost Hill.
This team has been wrecked by injuries up and down the roster, but for whatever reason, fans compeltely ignore this.
What a crock of sh*t.
Listen Ray Ray, I know I'll never get through to you, but you at least have to admit how insanely idiotic this post is?
You know damn well that all of this garbage in your post is nearly completely irrelevant when your QB is in his 4TH season, don't you? The 5th overall pick in the 2009 draft should be playing MUCH MUCH MUCH better than how he's playing for his entire 4 year career.
Has he improved any since his rookie season? NO.
Has he made the team better? NO.
Has he regressed this season? YES.
Is he winning football games? YES. But only if you keep the ball out of his hands.
Mark Sanchez has become a big bust. I don't blame the Jets for going after him, but it's obvious that it's time for the Jets to cut bait with Sanchez. He's finished in NY.