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    Neither INT Sanchez's fault

    First one the no-name receiver ran a sloppy route, second one is on Cumberland for running a sloppy route. Sanchez should also have a TD on the perfectly thrown DROP to Hill.

    Sparano needs to clean this sh:t up NOW.

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    no, but he's getting no help

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    2nd one was on him. Cumby ran a short route but even if he completes it he is no where near that ball. Sanchez was not throwing to him IMO. That was directed to the corner of the endzone. Cumby just happened to be in front of the play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    2nd one was on him. Cumby ran a short route but even if he completes it he is no where near that ball. Sanchez was not throwing to him IMO. That was directed to the corner of the endzone. Cumby just happened to be in front of the play.
    dude;. the WR route was designed to clear out the CB. which didnt happen.

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    Lets all make up excuses for Sanchez! It makes his apologists feel so much better! The guy gets paid to win! I will say no more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    2nd one was on him. Cumby ran a short route but even if he completes it he is no where near that ball. Sanchez was not throwing to him IMO. That was directed to the corner of the endzone. Cumby just happened to be in front of the play.
    Yes but its still Cumberland's error. He ran the route too deep into Hill's area. This allowed the Safety who was on Cumberland to peel off and make the pick in an area he was not supposed to be in.

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    No, nothing is ever his fault.

    The second pick wasn't his fault, but who cares? He's been awful today, two weeks in a row now. You cannot win in today's NFL with QB play this bad.

    And no, he's not getting any help. But good QBs make the scrubs around them better, they don't need to be propped up every week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdelgado View Post
    Yes but its still Cumberland's error. He ran the route too deep into Hill's area. This allowed the Safety who was on Cumberland to peel off and make the pick in an area he was not supposed to be in.
    Too deep? That was an endzone play. He was too far right if anything. If that is a Keller route he should have been in the middle of the endzone. The S shouldn't need to move until it is out of Sanchez's hand. Which was what happened. Yeah Cumpy's route didn't help but I doubt it changes the bad pass.

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    He's a crappy, inconsistent underacheiving QB, who has an excuse list as long as manute bols arm provided for him by some fans. Take any jag QB in this league and give him what Sanchez seems to require and he will do well.

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    I didn't say he's playing great, I said neither INT was his fault. The second pass wasn't intended for Cumberland -- he has to run his route cleaner (SHORTER) to give the receiver iso in the corner.

    Hill dropped a PERFECT TD pass.

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    I would trade Sanchez for Tannehill.

    Tired of watching games go downhill after one hit.

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    Like Sanchez or hate him... I am not certain any QB would thrive with this personnel. We have to have one of the weakest groups of skill position players in the league. Not even being hyperbolic.. bottom 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Too deep? That was an endzone play. He was too far right if anything. If that is a Keller route he should have been in the middle of the endzone. The S shouldn't need to move until it is out of Sanchez's hand. Which was what happened. Yeah Cumpy's route didn't help but I doubt it changes the bad pass.
    The pass was intended for Hill and the pass was thrown before routes were completed since it was a fade. Cumberland ran his route too deep therefore bringing a defender into an area where no defender should have been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdelgado View Post
    The pass was intended for Hill and the pass was thrown before routes were completed since it was a fade. Cumberland ran his route too deep therefore bringing a defender into an area where no defender should have been.
    This. If the route is run correctly, the man on Cumberland is nowhere near the ball (a few yards less deep and therefore a few yards further towards the goalpost). Instead, hens right in the lane, and choose enough to peel off and make the INT.

    Sanchez has made several bad throws, no one's saying he's having a great game, but not on the interceptions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdelgado View Post
    The pass was intended for Hill and the pass was thrown before routes were completed since it was a fade. Cumberland ran his route too deep therefore bringing a defender into an area where no defender should have been.
    If true and Cumby ran it too deep it still changes nothing. All the D was set to do was protect the endzone. Sending a TE to run a short pattern shouldnt move the S out of the endzone. It was 3rd and GL they miss the D wins. The S was right where he should have been unless Cumby was supposed to be on the other side. I doubt that is the case.

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    They were BOTH his fault and he's played like sh*t today. That makes two weeks in a row now.

    All you Sanchez apologists need to get it through your skulls right now, a GOOD QB would make the players around him better. Sanchez does not do that. He's NEVER done that. Sanchez will play well if you give him PERFECTION all around him. But at that point, he isn't needed anyway. The rest of the team can win without a QB. He's very inconsistent, has accuracy issues, and completely sucks in the red zone.

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    Fakechez.

    Not much good at anything.


    But he did host Jets West.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    No, nothing is ever his fault.

    The second pick wasn't his fault, but who cares? He's been awful today, two weeks in a row now. You cannot win in today's NFL with QB play this bad.

    And no, he's not getting any help. But good QBs make the scrubs around them better, they don't need to be propped up every week.
    Obviously, you can.

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    WR's got to step up their game and not leave plays on the field. Cumby needs to be more cerebral and make life easy for Sanchez and other receivers, he must show more initiative and try to make the Jets about Keller while he has this golden opportunity to solidify his status as a starter/legit TE

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