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    SANCHEZ PERSPECTIVE

    Sanchez looked pretty comfortable (understandably) against Indy's backups.

    Does this even enter Cincy's thinking process? I understand why they may not want to risk their starters in a "meaningless game", but everyone KNOWS Sanchez is our "weak link" and the worst thing they can do is give him any level of comfort/confidence.

    Am I overthinking this? All this talk about Cincy going vanilla and saving everything for the rematch, but I don't know -- I'd personally get in his head as MUCH as I could as SOON as I could . . . needless to say as a Jets fan, I hope they go with the former:D

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    [QUOTE=OCCH;3429499]Sanchez looked pretty comfortable (understandably) against Indy's backups.

    Does this even enter Cincy's thinking process? I understand why they may not want to risk their starters in a "meaningless game", but everyone KNOWS Sanchez is our "weak link" and the worst thing they can do is give him any level of comfort/confidence.

    Am I overthinking this? All this talk about Cincy going vanilla and saving everything for the rematch, but I don't know -- I'd personally get in his head as MUCH as I could as SOON as I could . . . needless to say as a Jets fan, I hope they go with the former:D[/QUOTE]

    I actually thought Sanchez looked comfortable against the starters as well. Not great, but comfortable............

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    yes, you are overthinking

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    [QUOTE=OCCH;3429499]Sanchez looked pretty comfortable (understandably) against Indy's backups.

    Does this even enter Cincy's thinking process? I understand why they may not want to risk their starters in a "meaningless game", but everyone KNOWS Sanchez is our "weak link" and the worst thing they can do is give him any level of comfort/confidence.

    Am I overthinking this? All this talk about Cincy going vanilla and saving everything for the rematch, but I don't know -- I'd personally get in his head as MUCH as I could as SOON as I could . . . needless to say as a Jets fan, I hope they go with the former:D[/QUOTE]

    This will turn out to be the most difficult game of the year for Sanchez, winds, bitter cold(only because he has had about 2 months to start to adjust), an impatient crowd, Bengal starters, and perhaps Bengals 2nd team trying to save face. Oh, and yeah it's for a playoff birth. Go Get Em' Kid..........

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    Those 2 starting CB's for the Bengals scare me. Actually im scared for Sanchez if those 2 Cb's play a big chunk of that game.

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