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Thread: Sanchez, as a quarterback, has improved each of his first three seasons.

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4497189]Of those 10 QB's you listed, who is the [B][U]only one[/U][/B] not to play in a Super Bowl?[/QUOTE]

    Sanchez -- which is extremely encouraging, IMO. He's due. :D

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    [QUOTE=Dirtstar;4497200]lol!

    what a fag...[/QUOTE]

    All I do is provide accurate facts to the conversation.

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    Saying Sanchez's strengths are "play actions" and "rollouts" is basically saying he cant handle a real NFL offense.

    High School QB's are roll out passers. There's one read. Of course Sanchez can do that.

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4497189]Of those 10 QB's you listed, who is the [B][U]only one[/U][/B] not to play in a Super Bowl?[/QUOTE]

    Since you know it all, how many YEARS in the league did it take for all of the above to play in a Super Bowl? :rolleyes:

    Got ya.:yes:

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    [QUOTE=Matt39;4497205]Saying Sanchez's strengths are "play actions" and "rollouts" is basically saying he cant handle a real NFL offense.

    High School QB's are roll out passers. There's one read. Of course Sanchez can do that.[/QUOTE]

    Great point Matt.

    On roll-outs, you basically take away 50% of the playing field (no QB is going to roll-out one way and then throw across his body to the other side of the field).

    Play action is a bang-band play where most of the time, there is only one primary read.

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4497223]Great point Matt.

    On roll-outs, you basically take away 50% of the playing field (no QB is going to roll-out one way and then throw across his body to the other side of the field).

    Play action is a bang-band play where most of the time, there is only one primary read.[/QUOTE]

    Well, I guess we could try videotaping the other team's walk-throughs.

    Or, maybe stealing the defensive signals and radio the coverage into Sanchez's helmet.

    But, since the integrity of the game is important to us, I'm fine with just running a few play action passes and roll-outs.
    Last edited by Owen Reed; 06-21-2012 at 10:50 AM.

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    Throw the numbers out the window. Anyone who understands football knows he regressed last year in terms pocket presence, decision making, and overall confidence on the field. His performance in the last quarter of the season when it mattered most was outright terrible, a far cry from how he played down the stretch of his first two seasons.

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4497203]All I do is provide accurate facts to the conversation.[/QUOTE]

    yes, but you do so like a fag.

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    [QUOTE=Austin;4497165]Best Passer Rating in the History of the NFL Playoffs:

    1 Aaron Rodgers 105.5
    2 Bart Starr 104.8
    3 Drew Brees 103.9
    4 Kurt Warner 102.8
    5 Joe Montana 95.6
    [B]6 Mark Sanchez 94.3 [/B]
    7 Ken Anderson 93.5
    8 Joe Theismann 91.4
    9 Eli Manning 89.3
    10 Peyton Manning 88.4

    That's right folks. Ahead of the Mannings, Tom Brady, Troy Aikman, Ben Roethlisberger, Steve Young, and Johnny Unitas and just below Joe Montana and Bart Starr. Six games isn't a huge sample size, but it's not a tiny one either.

    Obviously this is a level of play he hasn't replicated in the regular season, but when you have doubt about Mark Sanchez just remember he plays his best when it counts the most.[/QUOTE]



    Worst stat ever. How about sample size? Brady and Peyton have each played in almost 3x the number of playoff games Sanchez has. They get zero credit for all the byes they earned over the years with superior QB play. I'm pretty sure Rodgers has played in the same number of playoff games as Sanchez.

    Yay, all-time records based on miniscule sample sizes! Clearly Sanchez is the 6th best playoff QB of all time! Look at how much further below Peyton is compared to Sanchez! Tom Brady's not even on the list! What a loser!
    Last edited by ASG0531; 06-21-2012 at 11:03 AM.

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    [QUOTE=NY's stepchild;4497003]Schotty's gone...argue all you want but we will see who was right and who was wrong soon enough. One thing is for sure. The offense will look much much different, so there's really no way to project the change from the first 3 years to this one. We'll just have to wait and see, but with change comes reason to hope.[/QUOTE]
    ^ This.

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    [QUOTE=Matt39;4497205]Saying Sanchez's strengths are "play actions" and "rollouts" is basically saying he cant handle a real NFL offense.

    High School QB's are roll out passers. There's one read. Of course Sanchez can do that.[/QUOTE]

    Someone had to say it.

    But I think we will have a HS offense with Tebow. So maybe Sanchez will return to his Mission Viejo glory days.

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    [QUOTE=ASG0531;4497242]Worst stat ever. How about sample size? Brady and Peyton have each played in almost 3x the number of playoff games Sanchez has. I'm pretty sure Rodgers has played in the same number of playoff games as Sanchez. Yay, all-time records based on miniscule sample sizes![/QUOTE]

    I'd agree if Sanchez had played two playoff games. Six isn't a tiny sample size. He HAS played well in his career in the playoffs.

    Obviously not trying to argue Sanchez is better than guys like Peyton Manning, Tom Brady or Steve Young based on six playoff games, just pointing out the guy has played extremely well in the playoffs and generally has raised his play late in games and in big spots (despite the three games he sucked last year, which I'm sure the Sanchez haters will be quick to point out.)

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4497048]Final mini-camp stats: Mark Sanchez went 10 for 27 (37%) in 49 first-tm snaps.

    [URL]http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d829d79e3/article/mark-sanchez-struggles-with-accuracy-at-minicamp?module=HP11_headline_stack[/URL]

    Sanchez was unable to complete 40% of his throws in shorts and t-shirts. What do you think will happen when he is in full pads and facing a pass rush?

    He is the most inaccurate starting QB in the NFL and he was ranked 2nd to last with 26 turnovers.

    The moral of the story is Sanchez is the exact same QB in his first NFL game as he is in his 53rd. No improvement whatsoever, and that was stated publically by the Jets FO as well.[/QUOTE]

    You're quoting mini-camp stats?

    Didn't you just say mini-camp doesn't mean ****?

    Jesus H, STFU you pathetic dumbass TROLL!!!

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    [QUOTE=Austin;4497269]I'd agree if Sanchez had played two playoff games. Six isn't a tiny sample size. He HAS played well in his career in the playoffs.

    Obviously not trying to argue Sanchez is better than guys like Peyton Manning, Tom Brady or Steve Young based on six playoff games, just pointing out the guy has played extremely well in the playoffs and generally has raised his play late in games and in big spots (despite the three games he sucked last year, which I'm sure the Sanchez haters will be quick to point out.)[/QUOTE]


    He has played well in some of them.. and yes, in Foxboro... but let's not pretend Sanchez in his rookie year, who was 12-23/100/1/1 "outplayed" Rivers who was 27-40/298/1/2

    But really, that playoff stat is pretty meaningless. Sanchez fans cling to it, though.
    Last edited by ASG0531; 06-21-2012 at 11:19 AM.

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    [QUOTE=Austin;4497056]How this isn't a ban worthy post is beyond me.

    Is there a single mod willing to make this place better? The s**t this maggot is allowed to spew is insane and wouldn't be tolerated anywhere else.[/QUOTE]

    + infinity

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4497059]You have to be the biggest baby on this board, always crying.

    For your information, all I did was provide an opposing viewpoint to the thread [B][U]backed up with actual facts[/U][/B].

    If you can't handle the truth, don't bother reading the thread.[/QUOTE]

    You quoted mini-camp stats, by beat journalists who are infatuated and obsessed in creating a controversy because Tebow is on the team?

    And you did it, despite ripping any other fan that would dare to quote performance during a ****ING JUNE MINI-CAMP!!!

    You are biggest DUMBASS in message board history!

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    This thread has potential.

    Just like Sanchez.

    What do coaches say about potential?

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    [QUOTE=Ray Ray19;4497295]You're quoting mini-camp stats?

    Didn't you just say mini-camp doesn't mean ****?

    [/QUOTE]

    It must of been Sparano's poor play calling that resulted in Sanchez's 37% completion percentage.

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4497303]It must of been Sparano's poor play calling that resulted in Sanchez's 37% completion percentage.[/QUOTE]

    No you troll. Santonio threw his helmet and that made Mark upset.

    Get your facts straight.

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    [QUOTE=PatsFanTX;4497303]It must of been Sparano's poor play calling that resulted in Sanchez's 37% completion percentage.[/QUOTE]

    STFU a-hole

    You are a piece of **** LOSER

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