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Thread: Sanchez & The Jets: How Not to Develop a Young QB

  1. #81
    [QUOTE=JStokes;4469740]How the Jets have mishandled Sanchez from the beggining has been almost criminal.

    They either should never have moved up to draft him or the should have done everything-- EVERYTHING--to guarantee his success.

    The haters will immediately drop in and say he's been coddled his whole career, he had a top defense, top running game blahblahblah but what did they do to DEVELOP him?

    Stuck him with a POS offensive coordinator and a hideous QB coach. Constantly swapped out the reciever corp and concentrated on ground and pound.

    They should have gone out and gotten the BEST developer of young QBs available (I have no idea who that is--I'm not an NFL insider) and they should have surrounded him with playmakers and stuck with them. Made a commitment to Sanchez, not some ground and pound 1970s philosophy.

    This is the most important year in Sanchez's development--his 4th year after having some early success (don't listen to the haters, 2009 was a fine year for a rookie and 1 year starter in college and 2010 was much improved--better than the other golden boys to start their careers Flacco and Ryan and Bradford and not quite Stafford, but injuries and Megatron mitigate that) but clearly faltering in year 3.

    THIS is the most important year for Sanchez and this franchise's fortunes over the next 2-6 years.

    New offensive coordinator, new offensive system, new recieving corp.

    Let's concentrate on HIM and guarantee that he succeeds, or find out to a certitude that he doesn't have it THIS YEAR.

    So what do we do?

    Bring in a circus act and try to take as many OTA, practice, training camp and preseason snaps as possible away from him--divert whole segments of offensive practices and game planning and DEVELOPMENT time away from Sanchez to put in a spread option/wild cat bullsh*t.

    Tebow's not a back up, he's a side show. A back up runs the same offense as the starter and vice-versa. Tebow is not running the Sanchez offense and Sanchez is not running the Tebow offense.

    It's just disgusting what this franchise has done. You drafted this guy to be a franchise QB and you've limited him to being a ground and pound game manager with a crap offensive coordinator. He should have been turned into a gun-slinger and if he failed he should have been gone. We went half-way and now blame him.

    And don't give me the "had he played better this would never have happened" bs. He's on the same or better trajectory as just about every (not all) other good young QB in the game today.

    Makes me sick.

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    I couldn't agree with you more! It is easy to bash Sanchez but when you look at how the offense has been handled as a whole you can see there is plenty of fault to go around.

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    [QUOTE=Ray Ray19;4471647]This is complete crap

    Sanchez hasn't fallen on his face, it's not even close.


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    Seriously?

    Did you watch his performance in the final 3 games last year with the playoffs on the line?

    He completely crapped the bed versus the Eagles, Giants and Phins.

  3. #83
    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4471753]Seriously?

    Did you watch his performance in the final 3 games last year with the playoffs on the line?

    He completely crapped the bed versus the Eagles, Giants and Phins.[/QUOTE]

    Lets hold on for a second....

    Did Sanchez drop the ball for Holmes vs the Eagles?

    Did he wiff tackling Cruz on a 90 yard run? More importantly, did he design an offensive gameplan against the top front 4 rush in the league, that did not include TE blocking help?

    He looked god awful vs miami....poor play and completely disengaged on the sideline. That was also during a game when his WR and OT FOUGHT IN THE HUDDLE.

    If you want to take a 3 game snapshot to judge Sanchez as a player, why dont we take the 3 playoff games when we beat Indy on the road, stomped your Pats (3tds and no ints for him in that one), and played well enough to win vs Pitt.

    Only in NY can a fan base form definitive opinions on a player who is 26 and played 3 years. The jury is far from back deciding what Sanchez will be....and the fans and organization NEED to give him that time. There are very few Bradys/Peytons out there, VERY FEW. Most other good QBs, struggle with turnovers, accuracy, etc in their first 3-5 years, thats a fact.

    Here are Drew Brees first 4 years as a starter TD - Int.

    2002 - 17-16
    2003 - 11-15
    2004 - 27-7
    2005 - 24-15

    Here is Sanchez

    2009 - 12-20
    2010 - 17-13
    2011 - 26-18

    Did Brees deserve to be written off after his huge "step backwards" as a QB in 2005 when his INTs more then doubled and he threw fewer TDs?

    NFL QB is a HARD job, and we have a player that has shown enough flashes that he deserves more time to mature as a player and more importantly as a leader.

  4. #84
    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4471753]Seriously?

    Did you watch his performance in the final 3 games last year with the playoffs on the line?

    He completely crapped the bed versus the Eagles, Giants and Phins.[/QUOTE]

    No he didn't

    STFU troll

  5. #85
    [QUOTE=eaglenj;4471830]Lets hold on for a second....

    Did Sanchez drop the ball for Holmes vs the Eagles?

    Did he wiff tackling Cruz on a 90 yard run? More importantly, did he design an offensive gameplan against the top front 4 rush in the league, that did not include TE blocking help?

    He looked god awful vs miami....poor play and completely disengaged on the sideline. That was also during a game when his WR and OT FOUGHT IN THE HUDDLE.

    If you want to take a 3 game snapshot to judge Sanchez as a player, why dont we take the 3 playoff games when we beat Indy on the road, stomped your Pats (3tds and no ints for him in that one), and played well enough to win vs Pitt.

    Only in NY can a fan base form definitive opinions on a player who is 26 and played 3 years. The jury is far from back deciding what Sanchez will be....and the fans and organization NEED to give him that time. There are very few Bradys/Peytons out there, VERY FEW. Most other good QBs, struggle with turnovers, accuracy, etc in their first 3-5 years, thats a fact.

    Here are Drew Brees first 4 years as a starter TD - Int.

    2002 - 17-16
    2003 - 11-15
    2004 - 27-7
    2005 - 24-15

    Here is Sanchez

    2009 - 12-20
    2010 - 17-13
    2011 - 26-18

    Did Brees deserve to be written off after his huge "step backwards" as a QB in 2005 when his INTs more then doubled and he threw fewer TDs?

    NFL QB is a HARD job, and we have a player that has shown enough flashes that he deserves more time to mature as a player and more importantly as a leader.[/QUOTE]

    The troll is too busy being a jackass to understand the facts.

    Nice post.

  6. #86
    What most people are missing is that Sanchez actually improved every year he has been in the league. The problem last year was everything around him got worst and that is what was most responsible for the 8-8 season!

    I have never been a strong Sanchez supporter but let's be real here people are evaluating him like he is suppose to win games by himself. What about looking at the other 52 men on the roster, the guys who assembled the roster and those who are responsible for coaching it as well. We win in spite of Sanchez his rookie year but that cannot be said in year 2 & 3.

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    [QUOTE=hatnlvr;4472031]What most people are missing is that Sanchez actually improved every year he has been in the league. The problem last year was everything around him got worst and that is what was most responsible for the 8-8 season!

    I have never been a strong Sanchez supporter but let's be real here people are evaluating him like he is suppose to win games by himself. What about looking at the other 52 men on the roster, the guys who assembled the roster and those who are responsible for coaching it as well. We win in spite of Sanchez his rookie year but that cannot be said in year 2 & 3.[/QUOTE]

    No why do that when we can just say it is all Sanchez's fault..... Let's face it's Tebow time; why I heard it out from some new posters on JI so it must be true:rolleyes:

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