Originally Posted by PMarsico9
Worst case scenario:
This team makes the playoffs, loses in first round against some actual decent competition, Sanchez doesn't throw a pick for the next 3 games (Lol) team feels confident moving forward.
Landry Jones falls to second round, is still available for our pick, team doesn't take him.
Sparano stays next year. Greene re-signed (HEY IT'S A PLAYOFF TEAM!) Sanchez still viewed as "developing," by front office.
Blech, the best possible thing that can happen for the long term future of the Jets is a 45-0 blowout at the hands of Tennessee.
That will kill playoff prospects and get Sanchez out of there at least for Tebow the last few weeks (which even though I hate Tebow, the guy deserves a two week audition because God will release him from the awful situation he is in.)
But God hates the Jets so Teblow will remain on the team.
Originally Posted by Sanchez 3:16
stop caring about the draft. stop thinking about next year. think about right now and the next 3 weeks.
If our history is any indication, we draft better when we're mid-1st round anyway.
Can't argue with that. So how many losses do the Jets need to have in order to keep in that Mid-1st-round realm?