Originally Posted by Raider9175
Okay lets look at Mark Sanchez numbers in the regular season every year he been in the league. Nah numbers don't mean anything he still has a chance to emerge Like Eli manning. (LMAO) Even the ardent mark Sanchez supporters are finally admitting the guy isn't very good.
Honest question ray ray who would you rather be your starting QB Carson Palmer or Mark Sanchez in 2013. Itr's not even close Let see you wasted a first rounder (number 5) on mark sanchez and might draft a QB in the second round. So your going to tell me that second rounder will be better than Carson Palmer.
No where in my post am I suggesting Sanchez will emerge like anybody, I'm not comparing him to any player, this isn't about Sanchez vs Carson.
It's about Sanchez having a market, which he will, especially if he agrees to restructure his contract. Despite his struggles, for reasons that aren't all his own, he STILL has upside based on flashes seen in his first two years, he is still young, he is a player that teams will consider if the Jets began shopping him and his contract was restructured to facilitate a trade.
Carson has been a major bust in Oakland at an irresponsible and unfathomable cost of 2 first round picks, a mortgaging of the future on a 32 year old player that is now 34, and a major cap liability.
without a doubt you can win a championship with C Palmer. You have njo chance with M sanchez(one worst starting Qb in the league- a fact) Every AFc east team hopes you keep believing M sanchez is the answer.
And yet, Mark has been to 2 AFCCG's in his first 4 years of his career, what has Carson Palmer done the last 4 years? Heck which AFCCG did Carson ever play in?