Originally Posted by Cleansweep2013
hahaha only 5%???? Just when I thought you couldnt say anything more stupid, you pull this shocker.. Dont make me dig up your posts from all season of you defending Marky even when he was averaging 4 picks/fumbles a game.
When Mark wasnt terrible, but still not very good, we made it to AFCCG games twice. Last year he was near bottom of the leauge, we went 8-8. This year he was the worst qb in the league and we went 6-10. Notice the trend? Look at the difference Peyton manning has made with the exact same Denver team - HUGE difference..Look at the difference this year redskins,seahawks, Colts, compare their year last year. Every year including this year, teams that make the playoffs have good qbs. You can say SF doesnt have a great qb, but 2 of their qbs are easily better than sanchez. I know your a little slow but its a quarterback league.. You cant have a good offense if your qb is turning the ball over twice as much as he is throwing a TD. Its impossible! I dont see how any qb can play worse than Sanchez did this year so Jets should atleast be 8-8 with any one else. Funny though before woody realized what a terrible gm MT was he poisioned the Jets with Sanchez 1 more year for no reason and without a suitable backup, and little cap space to do much else. The only thing that is keeping this team from being a 2 win team is Rex's D.
Here we go again. Comparing any quarterback to Peyton Manning is ridiculous. "Look at Peyton Manning and what he did to Denver! See, it's the quarterback!"
Mark Sanchez played very well his first two years, had success, was on his way to developing into a very nice second-tier NFL QB.
And then his head coach decided to take all the money and all the draft picks and dump it on his beloved defense. Because, as we fully well know, that's what defensive coordinators with a penchant for bad decision-making do. They indulge themselves with what they know instead of challeging themselves on what they don't.
Rex even said it himself. "I need to put my prints on the entire team"
is code for "Oops, I forgot Mark needed receivers and a running game and an offensive line and an offensive coordinator and didn't need a celebrity looking over his shoulder every day."
Memo. Get it.