So when you see someone claiming the very same things Sanchez had for problems under Schotty it is reason for concern.
Once again, I still want to see this thing through. But the things MonsterXman was referring to, are the exact things Sanchez had for problems in the past.
If after 3 days he was having trouble with say digesting the playbook? That I wouldn't give much credence to. After all, he is in a new system. This is different.
Completely agree with everything mentioned in the OP. I'm sick of Sanchez, and this year is literally his last chance to prove himself. I'm not hopeful, because he IS doing the same stupid, inconsistent s*it in practice that will translate to real games. That's why I'm excited about Tebow. He might suck too, but at least we have another option - who's proven he can win games. And he's a much better leader.
God knows why he was given an extension. On what merit?
Sanchez has proven he can win BIG Games. If he had an offensive line and WR's who didn't quit on him last year, he would have made the playoffs again. The guy is YOUNG. Had one year of college starting at QB. Sanchez will have a BIG year. He struggled last year. But his WR's SUCKED last year. As did his O line and OC. He can win big games and proved that in year two.
yes, let's ignore all his good days of practice and focus strictly on his one bad day.
long live SOJF!!
Since Sanchez came into the league, the Jets have been #1 (2009), #1 (2010) and #4 (2011) in completion percentage allowed. That's ridiculous. This year Sanchez gets his first 60% year.
As for Cris Carter, he is a bitter, bitter dude. Once he gets in the HoF, he'll lighten up.
I don't believe the quarterback who'll get us to the Super Bowl is on the roster right now.
Jaws is raving about Mark Sanchez. But one thing I thought was funny that he said, was that he said it was expected that Mark would be making reads faster and playing faster because Tebow is learning a new offense. Like Sanchez isn't learning a new offense.
Really? I think Jaws has been playing both sides of the fence for quite a few years now for many things.ESPN's Ron Jaworski is live at Jets training camp and says he's observed improvements in Tim Tebow's throwing motion.
If so, Mark Sanchez had better watch his posterior. "The one thing I’ve noticed about Tim Tebow — and it’s a small sampling thus far — is his stroke is much better," said Jaworski. "It’s cleaner. It’s not as elongated. He’s not dropping the football. That means the ball will come out quicker." Tebow still isn't perfect, but any small improvement could have positive on-field ramifications. We like Tebow's chances of making several 2012 starts.
Source: Profootballtalk on NBC Sports