View Poll Results: The Sanchez pick the most important since?

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  • Ken OBrien 1983

    26 60.47%
  • Richard Todd 1976

    6 13.95%
  • Browning Nagel 1991

    1 2.33%
  • Chad Noodlesoup 2000

    10 23.26%
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Thread: The Sanchez pick is the most significant since?

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    The Sanchez pick is the most significant since?

    Very very soon Jets fans, we will see why Pennington and Martin were the [U]false[/U] deal and why Sanchez and Greene are the real deal.

    IMO this pick is the most important since Ken O'Brien in '83. Richard Todd's better days were certainly behind him by then and we all knew Pat Ryan wasn't the answer.

    Poll coming

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    Other: Joe Namath 1965

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    Poll doesn't give enough options.

    Pennington was only selected because we had 4 1st round picks.

    Nagle was theconsolation for not moving up and taking Favre.

    O'Brien was like the 5th or 6th QB taken in that draft. Sanchez was the best player in the draft. I would say Namath.

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    since we traded 2008 3rd & 5th for jenkins

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    since kyle brady.

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    [QUOTE=Taskmaster00;3105580]since kyle brady.[/QUOTE]

    or how many significant non-picks

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    kenny O. no dought.:yes:

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    Without question Todd. A battled scared Namath at the end of his Jet career with JJ Jones as a backup:rolleyes:. At least in 83 the Jets had Todd who had just led us to two straight years in the playoffs, and the AFC Championship game. O'Brien sat the whole year in 83.

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    Despite what others think, Keyshawn was a huge pick. We still haven't replaced him.

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    [QUOTE=pauliec;3105525]Other: Joe Namath 1965[/QUOTE]

    Most definitely

    First Top 5 QB since '65.

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    I would actually argue that its the most important since D'Brickashaw in 2006. We had the opportunity to take one of two potential franchise QB's (Leinart, Cutler), and passed on both. Who knows where we would be today with either of the two?

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    BROADWAY JOE!!, hands down.

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    Since Keyshawn 1st overall in '96.

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    [QUOTE=jetsNOW!;3105603]Despite what others think, Keyshawn was a huge pick. We still haven't replaced him.[/QUOTE]

    i agree.

    Keyshawn had a big mouth but we have never had a presence at WR since he left us..

    He made Chrebet a ProBowl type receiver being on the field..

    The OBrien pick is only memorable because of who we passed on to pick him.

    Ken was a good QB. I always felt he was so misused and screwed over. Walton blew up his career with his panic coaching..

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    [QUOTE=GetaLife;3105885]
    The OBrien pick is only memorable because of who we passed on to pick him.

    Ken was a good QB. I always felt he was so misused and screwed over. [/QUOTE]

    That was my reaction..I thought the company line was that Kenny sucked and Marino ruled and we blew it.

    I still think we would have ruined Marino too and sent him off in crutches behind those lines we put out there...

    Kenny still twitches when he hears footsteps behind him...

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