In other news, the Jets won't make the playoffs if they don't win enough games to make the playoffs.
Not much new here, except for the idea that the stagnant offense might be getting to Sanchez. I think how he performs the rest of the season will speak volumes about his resilience, which we currently think is off the charts.
Looks to me like theres a hidden message in this statement.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE]“Not a chance,” Sanchez said on The Michael Kay Show on ESPN 1050 Radio. “Not even close. We play like that a[B]g[/B]ain, los[B]e[/B] the tur[B]n[/B]ov[B]e[/B]r battle, lose time of possession, all those stats – I think ou[B]r[/B] chances of winning the g[B]a[/B]me were probably somewhere like 20, 30 percent chance. Maybe less. Maybe in the [B]t[/B]eens. Because y[B]o[/B]u can’t win like that. That’s not a winning fo[B]r[/B]mula.”[/QUOTE]
i think sanchez is going out of his way to blame everything on himself to underscore how absurd it is that all the problems on offense this year have been his fault. and this, after throwing 4 tds. he's basically saying that he's single-handedly responsible for run and pass blocking, the running game, wrs getting open and the play calling. no qb except for maybe peyton manning can bear that amount of responsbility.