Originally Posted by Tinstar
The play of Mark Sanchez over the 1st 4 yrs of his NFL career and the offensive output that allowed us to make it to back to back AFC Championship games should prove to the world what a capable OC Brian Schottenheimer is.
Was it Mark Sanchez that got the best out of Shotty or was it Shotty that got the best of what Sanchez had to offer ? Should we go ask Tony Sparano who was considered a decent coach until he was paired with Sanchez ?
Flacco was 1 dropped TD from taking the Ravens to the SB last yr with Cameron as his OC. Flacco was 1 blown coverage away from not making it to the AFC Championship game in NE without Cameron. In all those senarios, the only person not making any plays was cameron and the Ravens new OC.
Coaches coach and players play. I think it was HOF HC Bill Parcells who stated and I quote. " I don't coach penalties". Players get coaches fired, not play calling.
Sanchez is AWFUL.
Sparano is still coaching in 1973.
Let's just put this in perspective:
Flacco is 6'6" tall and has a cannon arm. I don't even like him.
Sanchez is 6'3" and has no outstanding metric.
Sanchez was a bad draft pick made by a bad GM without Mangini's personnel expertise and OK'd by a head coach who only knows how to coach defense and can only aid in drafting Defensive linemen.
His depth of understanding of the offensive side of the football can be summed up by an extremely ill-advised tattoo of his nude wife in the bad draft pick's jersey.
How many more times are bad GM's going to repeatedly prove they are bad by drafting quarterbacks out of USC and, outside of Luck and Elway, out of the PAC 12 overall?????