Sanchez almost certainly won't turn into Eli. But The key is that the Giants surrounded Eli with great talent at RB/WR and were patient with him
Giants had a 1,500 Yard rusher (Tiki Barber) in his first 3 seasons, the Giants had a young talented receiver in Plaxico and a talented TE in Shockey when Eli was young.
They managed to replace them with Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz and Ahmad Bradshaw.
Jets had Thomas Jones, who was done by the end of 2009, and replaced him with Shonn Greene., they have yet to have a receiver catch for 1,000 yards.
Again, this isn't to say Sanchez can become Eli. But The Giants did a great job of building offense talent around Eli, the Jet simply haven't done that. They tried to find Sanchez his Steve Smith, but it really looks like Holmes is never going to be that guy.
Braylon Edwards looks like he's already the 3rd or 4th receiver for Seattle now that Golden Tate is back.
Do you seriously think Coughlin would put up with a concussed player sitting in a bar pounding Patron shots while his team is getting their ass kicked?
He didn't have any issues in starting a guy who just got a DUI. I don't really see this as being an issue. If it was any other player on any other team, it would not even be a story. It's such a non-story not even Profootballtalk brought it up, and they bring up all kinds of stupid ****.
There are many reasons to like the Giants mgmt more than the Jets, using the Revis at the bar thing is not one of them.
Watching Eli Manning dissect Carolina's pathetic defense last night, I found myself thinking that the Giants organization & team are everything I wish the Jets could be. Not only do they get to and win SB's but they know how to draft players in the later rounds, they know how to pluck guys off of other teams PS, know how to find and utilize TE's, know how to find stud pass rushing DL'men, and always manage to be competetive, if not real good, year in and year out.
I am completely jealous.
Not too late to jump on the bandwagon. You know you want to, so just do it already.