Ray and DWC..... I've got a nice list of SOJFS on my ignore list -- I call it the Rextilleon division
from DBAKE to Toooon --- in other words, the worst
I can PM it to you
but Jordy isn't one of them. He is a passionate loyal Jet fan too just like you two. I find his "self appointed board monitor and corrector" role humorous actually and not really all that bad
He's harmless IMO
probably already said in the 350 some odd posts, but Sanchez accounted for 32 TDs last season. Yes, he had 26 TOs and made some bad decisions. But if you account for 32 TDs at the NFL level, you can play. A lot of QBs in the league won't come near that number. And he did it in Schotty's O. Just cut the TOs down ... that comes with experience.
It's pretty obvious. They owed Sanchez a lot of non guaranteed money this year( I thought it was mostly guaranteed. I was on hiatus.), and they restructured immediately after learning Manning was not entertaining coming here. Looks like they were willing to trade Sanchez for a few years of Manning, but that does not mean they don't have hopes for Sanchez. Just that winning it all right now is more important. Got to love our front office/Rex for wanting to win at all costs (except for cheating). Anyone that thinks they'll be fired any time soon is crazy. Woody will do anything they ask him too.
A breakdown of the contract:
• His 2012 compensation will remain the same as the previous contract ($11.75 million), except now it's fully guaranteed and will be divided as follows: $8 million signing bonus; $3.25 million base; $500,000 workout bonus.
• His 2013 compensation went from a non-guaranteed $6 million to a guaranteed $8.25 million, bringing the total guarantee in the new contract to $20.5 million.
• The money in 2014-2016 is not guaranteed. That includes $11.5 million in '14 ($2 million roster bonus, $9 million base, $500,000 workout), $14 million in '15 ($1 million roster bonus, $12.5 million base, $500,000 workout) and $12.25 million in '16 ($1 million roster bonus, $10.75 million base, $500,000 workout). There's also $10 million in potential escalatorsA contract extension with that level of detail doesn't get done in a couple of hours, you have got to be kidding me...
Tannenbaum said they decided after the season to extend Sanchez's contract, which had two years remaining but no guaranteed money. At the same time, Tannenbaum never shut the door on Manning, fueling the speculation the Jets were mulling a quarterback change.
Perhaps it was posturing to create leverage in the negotiations, but the Manning flirtation also threatened to weaken Sanchez's stature in the locker room. There was concern within the organization about how Sanchez would handle it, sources told ESPNNewYork.com.
That last quote proves the team began working on the deal right after the season ended, and even provides proof of my own claim that the Jets were never really serious about going after Manning.
Not bad for a 4 year old, eh?
Last edited by Ray Ray19; 07-18-2012 at 10:20 PM.
I don't argue incessantly on this board like you do, not even close.
My proof was evident, you just hate to lose.
It's funny how your own advice is hypocritical...
It's like talking to a 3 year old.
Please explain how "deciding after the season was over to extend Sanchez' contract" "proves" that the team "began working on the deal right after the season ended" as you said. Your exact words. All I'm asking is for you to provide more proof. Is that so hard to understand? Because what you said doesn't "prove" that.