Originally Posted by Beerfish
The New York Jets did everything right to develop Mark Sanchez, he's just a ****ty QB. I've yet to see a credible piece of info to say they developed him poorly and there are all sorts of things to indicate they did as much as possible to help him along.
Sanchez failed because he was never that good to begin with and both the team and many fans bought into a few brief moments of success as him being good.
Apparently a member of the offense was completely unaware
of the existence of the putative QB coach. If they had not developed him poorly he would have stayed the same - not gotten progressively worse and worse as his 'career' 'progressed'. If they had just left him alone, he would probably been better off. And how can anyone say that taking away reasonably viable players is 'good development'. With only '12' starts, his third year is effectively his second. So yanking players by year three and expecting him to swim, is absurdly premature.