Yes, for an average QB, the system and the players around him mean a lot. For a very good to elite QB, they can bring up the quality of the players around them and can play in any system other than say putting Brees or Brady in a Cam Newton or Michael Vick style offense.
Stats in football are useless. That was my point of my last post. I have shown plenty of player who had as good or better stats than Mark Sanchez in their third year and went on to do crap or be average.
I have no idea who Staz is. But i respond by saying I don't want to see you making fun of Ziz anymore.
I judge Sanchez based on what I saw, not his stats. He still makes bad decisions. He still get rattled. Unlike in previous years, he isn't finishing strong and winning games after struggling most of the game.
I am nothing like DWC. He posts the unrealistic homer perception of everything. My opinion about Mark Sanchez is the popular opinion of fans, analysts, and players around the league. You can find plenty of articles that trash Sanchez's performance last year far worse than I did. You can have a homer point of view when most of the people who follow football agree with you.
The eye test is tough to pass when watching Sanchez. He may have lost his confidence due to poor OL play. This is, as many analysts agree, his make or break season. As Sanchez goes, so go the Jets.I judge Sanchez based on what I saw, not his stats. He still makes bad decisions. He still get rattled. Unlike in previous years, he isn't finishing strong and winning games after struggling most of the game.
As DDNY stated earlier, Sanchez is one of the worst pocket passers in the NFL.
After 3 years, he still does not know how to step up in the pocket (his first step is always left or right), locks onto his primary receiver, holds the ball way too long, and ultimately makes poor decisions throwing from the pocket.
The only time Sanchez is an effectiver passer is when he runs play action, naked bootlegs or roll-outs.
I think that we can all agree that elite quarterbacks are able to convert on third downs, right? Well, this is a huge area of concern for Mark Sanchez.
This past season with the Jets, Sanchez completed just 34.4 percent of his third down attempts.
Looks like banning one of two Jet fans might end 99% of the namecalling.
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