His reaction was weird when he was asked that question, as if Otis wanted him to spill what the offense would do. Not crazy about what this portends. I'd rather watch talent than tricks. Though I have to say Sanchez seems very confident and on board with whatever is planned.
We're gonna see the ol' switch-a-roo where Sanchez will tire out his opponent and the D will keep the game even or close until there's about 5 minutes left in regulation, and then we'll turn all the lights out in the building and we'll swap Sanchez with an imposter Sanchez. Then, when the lights come back on, we'll act like we're about to get beat and then BAM! We'll strike with the roll up and get the pin! ONE! TWO! THREE! BAH GAWD, THE JETS HAVE DONE IT! THE JETS HAVE BECOME THE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONS! CAN YOU BELIEVE!?!? THE BOYHOOD DREAM HAS COME TRUE!