Originally Posted by Vinny Testaverde's Niece
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.
You're wasting keystrokes talking to him about the topic.
Apparently having a QB coach who has accomplished zip, a below average supporting cast that got worse every year i"developing properly".
Yes, Sanchez is bad. But it's a team effort as to why he is bad.