Originally Posted by Warfish
The Weapons of Mass Deflection continue, ignoring how core Mark Sanchez's failings was in the Jets downfall.
It's funny who folks will and won't make excuses for and who they won't. Sanchez can be the worst QB in the league over a 4-year span, on the field, trowing INT's, dropping fumbles, gbeing inaccurate as hell, gving the other team points, and 3-and-outing.....and somehow it's a 4 year perenial top 10 Defenses fault we're bad?
Rex, apparently, is an evil mastermind G.W. Bushing his GM and Staff so he can....what, Coach one more year as a fan-hated lame duck with Sanchez at QB again? And of course, he is personally responsible for every single thing, the two ****ty O-Co's (one of whom was forced on him), the absolute loser of Sanchez, the injuries to both our best players, etc, etc, etc.
I can't stomach the idea that this team may seriously go into 2013 with mark Sanchez as the QB again, and with a much-weakened Defense from firing Rex and selling off his pieces (the leading J.I. Strip plan it appears). So we can be 30th on O and D and call it "rebuilding", joy.
We would be competative with an average producing QB who didn't require elite everythingele around him. But no....
The team was built to win on Defense and Ground & Pound.
Mark Sanchez gave the Jets a lead in New England with 90 seconds left.
Mark Sanchez gave the Jets a lead in Tennessee in the 3rd quarter.
Mark Sanchez didn't allow the Dolphins backup QB to have a career day.
If the defense shows up in those 3 games, the Jets are a playoff team despite their awful QB. You can spin this any way you want, but the Jets were not built to win in the air. The personnel on that side of the ball is brutal, anyone can see that. Ground & Pound, dead. Defense, dead. Jets, therefore dead.