Originally Posted by Ray Ray19
4 comeback wins on final drives or in OT in 2010 would say otherwise.
Your whole theory in this thread is flawed for the simple fact that Sanchez is already a question mark for next year, there is no telling what our new GM will do with Sanchez, or what they may try to do. Sticking with Sanchez was all about what the team and front office thought Sanchez was going to become, the body of worked that he showed the first two years, the fact that the team knew they were dealing with injuries, and Tebow did not show any evidence on the practice field that he could operate the offense better than Sanchez could.
its pretty sad when trying to defend a guy you have to bring up "4 games in 2010" when its 2012. Tebow had more comebacks last yr. Not trying to argue whos better but Mark was bad in 2011, awful in 2012. Tebow couldnt possible be worse than Sanchez was this year.. Practice is another poor excuse.. Mark may suck terrible in the real games but hey he practices better than tebow" "who cares tebow found a way to win a game when the game was on the line, while mark always found a way to lose a game" (11,12) practice is most important