Originally Posted by johnnysd
No hes just blinded by loyalty especially to veteran players he feels have contributed to his success. All Rex sees is the QB he drafted and got to two championship games he cannot see that Sanchez is the worst starting QB in the NFL. no matter how bad he plays.
Loyalty is Rex's biggest strength and his fatal flaw. When he started here, that loyalty led to players rallying around a coach maybe as much as has ever happened, but now that same loyalty prevents him from making the proper calls on players especially veterans that need to be replaced. But Rex just can't do it. It's why he needs to go, actually. He WILL saddle us with Sanchez again if he gets his way.
I was screaming for rex's head when he wouldnt pull mark after 3-6. It was like Mark was single handingly blowing games on purpose.. and it just got worse. No one could have been worse than sanchez.. when they put Mcelroy in he looked good (only because sanchez was so bad) but didnt have to do much at all in arizona. But the start he got against SD we were able to see how weak of an arm he really had.. That is why D was all over him with sacks, they werent worried about him throwing deep so they didnt need to give help deep, just rush him.. and he took a while to throw.. Not saying he was worse than sanchez, but he doesnt have the ability to be good.. Mark has ability but he is not that smart, and is weak mentally.. Rex had no real chioce but to hope sanchez could turn it around.. Since for yet another year MT did not provide any suitable backup qb.. I think if Sparano wasnt so retarted Jets could have tried tebow.. But tony had enough problems trying to run the regular O, no way could he switch a O for tebow in midseason.. He had all offseason to prepare for wildcat and did horrible with that..