Originally Posted by 56mehl56
It didn't matter who the OC was , for the past four years this offense had an anchor tied around its waist and that anchor was not Sanchez it was Rex Ryan. You make this argument perfectly by stating how Shotty/Bradford looked decent in Stl this year, its funny how a Non G&P attack can do that for you. Is it possible that the problem was the offensive scheme , is that so hard to possibly comprehend.
Can Sanchez turn it around , who knows, but I feel any QB who's been saddled with the G&P for four years needs a progressive offense to at least fairly assess his talents. If he flames out , he's cut next year - no problem. But if he has a good to decent year that finger of blame needs to point at Mr defense.
Ground and Pound didn't hinder Sanchez.
If anything it helped mask his shortcomings.
You really want this kid chucking the ball around willy nilly?
Okay, sounds like a recipe for success.