Originally Posted by ASG0531
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.
I'd be willing to bet that 25+ starting QBs would have enjoyed more success this past season with the Jets offense than Sanchez did. The reason: I have eyes and I watch a lot of football. The guy stinks. Why even sugarcoat it by making intelligent posts giving him some benefit of the doubt? I know a bad QB when I see one.