Originally Posted by 56mehl56
Your points are certainly valid , but ask yourself this question. Is it possible that the swing in Sanchez's play level is directly attributable to the offensive and I mean truly offensive scheme that our HC wanted and pined for. When the supporting cast was there it made his scheme look solid, however when the cast was degraded the scheme for all intents and purposes sucked. Our Hc and offensive coaching staff had no clue how to develop a Qb or utilize one outside of the cherished G&P. No QB would be a good fit in this system because in this system the QB was an afterthought.
No, I think there are more factors involved in that. "Directly attributable" means Sanchez was doing great and all of his failures are 100% attributable to other people. What other QB in this league has zero accountability?
And this new mantra, "no QB could succeed on the Jets in 2012" is pure speculation. Maybe Peyton could have taken this rag-tag group of WRs into the playoffs. There's no way of proving or disproving it, so I think it's a stupid argumentative device.