NFL coaches are egotistical creatures. They all think they can "turn a guy around" and unlock the potential a given player has but hasn't harnessed. We see players who don't deserve more chances get them all the time. I'm not saying its likely Sanchez can be traded, simply based on how bad he's been, but it also wouldn't shock me. If I'm right, Sanchez salary is only guaranteed through next year, correct? So in that case, essentially a team would be acquiring Sanchez, only financially tied to him for one year. In a league where head coaches constantly think they can turn around failures, there's always a possibility one thinks he can take the former fifth pick in the draft who has been to two AFC title games, while only tied to him for a year, and unlock in him what the Jets couldn't. We may not get more than a sandwich for Sanchez, but there's at least a chance we can cut ties with him via trade (and the sandwich will probably taste good, and not turn the ball over).
Last edited by unchartedm0nkey; 12-19-2012 at 09:38 PM.