[QUOTE=TimeForChange1986;4251500]if you look at most good qbs first three years in the league the numbers are similar to sanchezs.
Year 1: # 1 d and #1 running game : 12TDs 20 INT 8 Fumbles
Year 2: # 3 d and #4 running game: 17TD 13INT 5 Fumbles
Year 3: #18th D and #26th Running game : 14 TD and 10 Int, 3 fumbles.
Running game, offensive line play and continuity with WR’s plays a big role in a QBs success.
- look at the manning brothers first 3 years in the nfl…
I dont love mark and there is a handfull of other qbs ide rather have, but some of the posting is kindof unfair...[/QUOTE]
ide prefer to stick with Sanchez.
Very good points all around. The WRs are the thing that stand out the most to me. I mean, if you were to take any QBs #1 deep threat away, plus the possession WR, move the #2 WR to #1. Then tell the qb, "btw were gonna get a guy fresh out of prison for the past 2 yrs for you to throw to." How did the Front Office think this yr was gonna be all good??? Couple ALL that with a NIMROD OC, suspect line play and the qb visibly having issues with the OC/system and you have issues.