Originally Posted by eaglenj
I actually think the FO has done a very bad job here, has no plan, and that cavanaugh and sparano are probably the worst offensive coaching pairing in the leage.
That being said, when a QB has 7 fumbles, 4 Red Zone picks, and still stares down his receivers without moving to a second read, I blame the QB, not the coaches.
It's pretty clear that there is no level of depth that Sanchez can sink into that will deter some of his staunchest supporters. He could throw an INT on every pass from here on out and his apologists will blame his supporting cast.
The QB coaching staff is pretty clearly terrible. The head coach has no clue about how to run an offense. The problem is, guys like SAR are asking for an entirely new offensive staff and "playmakers." Who is that coaching staff and where are those playmakers coming from given the Jets cap space and likely drafting slot? SAR will simply say, "That's not my problem, that's Woody's problem" while ignoring the realities of the NFL market. It's a Yankee fan mentality - we have a problem? throw money at it and sign the best player who can fix it. That doesn't work in the NFL, and he's struggling with this reality. The Jets are the one thing SAR can't throw money at to fix, and it's killing him.
It's unlikely they will meet SAR's criteria, so I guess they just extend Sanchez again until they have "enough" "playmakers" around him to see what he's "really" worth? The Jets aren't going to completely overturn their coaching staff just to see if Sanchez can perform. That is a pipe dream. And quite frankly, it's dumb.