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Thread: Sanchez Fumble: My Tipping Point

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakin318 View Post
    It's not just that...it's the situation...the score....the field position...the time on the clock....you just CANNOT be that careless with the ball there. You either understand that as a QB, or you don't. 4 years in and he doesn't.
    You are never careless with the balls I hear. Could just be a rumor though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike D View Post
    Blame the OC because the QB holds the ball like a ****ing loaf of bread while running with the ball during a pass rush? LOL really?

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    But...but...he's on track to be the next Eli Manning!

    It's perfectly normal for your 4th year QB to throw picks like hotcakes and put the ball on the ground anytime he gets hit.

    He's progressing wonderfully. Still overthrows wide open receivers by 5+ yards, still stares down his first read, and still has no clue how to read a defense or feel where the rush is coming from in the pocket.

    Sanchez is what he is. A mediocre QB who should be fighting for a starting job in Minnesota or Seattle next year, but won't because of the genius extension that our esteemed GM gave him as a makeup kiss on the cheek.

    It's time to go in a different direction. Let Tebow bridge the gap to a new QB.

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    For all that is good in life, PLEASE free freaking Tebow

    Let him fumble, let him throw int's.

    ANYTHING but Mark Sanchez. If i see him hold the ball back there anymore im turning off the game, and considering switching teams.

    27 years, and this my be the breaking point.

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    I am off the Sanchez bandwagon put Tebow in it cant hurt and will send a message nobody is safe. But Rex doesn't have the guts to do it. He will wait until the season unsalvagable before doing anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    But...but...he's on track to be the next Eli Manning!

    It's perfectly normal for your 4th year QB to throw picks like hotcakes and put the ball on the ground anytime he gets hit.

    He's progressing wonderfully. Still overthrows wide open receivers by 5+ yards, still stares down his first read, and still has no clue how to read a defense or feel where the rush is coming from in the pocket.

    Sanchez is what he is. A mediocre QB who should be fighting for a starting job in Minnesota or Seattle next year, but won't because of the genius extension that our esteemed GM gave him as a makeup kiss on the cheek.

    It's time to go in a different direction. Let Tebow bridge the gap to a new QB.
    Seriously. How much worse could it get?

    Sanchez is going to get another 3 balls batted at the line of scrimmage.

    Im just sick man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    But...but...he's on track to be the next Eli Manning!

    It's perfectly normal for your 4th year QB to throw picks like hotcakes and put the ball on the ground anytime he gets hit.

    He's progressing wonderfully. Still overthrows wide open receivers by 5+ yards, still stares down his first read, and still has no clue how to read a defense or feel where the rush is coming from in the pocket.

    Sanchez is what he is. A mediocre QB who should be fighting for a starting job in Minnesota or Seattle next year, but won't because of the genius extension that our esteemed GM gave him as a makeup kiss on the cheek.

    It's time to go in a different direction. Let Tebow bridge the gap to a new QB.
    the offense looks so bad, that i think it's best to can tanny and maybe rex, draft a qb and begin again. the qb can't get it done, especially not with these scrubs on offense. and the team will never get to the next level with a coach who won't invest the time on the offensive side of the ball. he sees the units as two different divisions of a corporation which don't know what the other's doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdJETSetter View Post
    Seriously. How much worse could it get?

    Sanchez is going to get another 3 balls batted at the line of scrimmage.

    Im just sick man.
    reminds me of the 1-15 season offense now. they look unprepared and have zero confidence.

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    Talking

    Give him some time. I think he will be decent by his 10 year

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    the offense looks so bad, that i think it's best to can tanny and maybe rex, draft a qb and begin again. the qb can't get it done, especially not with these scrubs on offense. and the team will never get to the next level with a coach who won't invest the time on the offensive side of the ball. he sees the units as two different divisions of a corporation which don't know what the other's doing.
    It all starts at the top. This organization definitely needs strong, smart football men running it. To expect better results w/o this is unrealistic.

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    The way nthings look, at this moment in time, I never thought I'd say this.

    The Bills are the class of the AFCE

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    Knew it.
    Theres alot more where that came from.
    U cant have a vertically challenged QB these days. Save all your comparisons.

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    Sanchez sucks. He doesn't have any help, but we would be a better team with almost any other starting qb in the league. He has to go.

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    I'm done as well, but it had more to do with the abortion of a screen pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maury77 View Post
    I'm done as well, but it had more to do with the abortion of a screen pass.
    This...

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    All you flip floppers are late to the party.

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    I still hope #6 can get this done. GO JETS!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenSpleen View Post
    All you flip floppers are late to the party.
    Ain't flip flopping. Just had more patience, and it finally wore out.

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    Egg shell ego is just awful.

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    I wish Rex was a real coach like Parcells who has the balls to bench Sanchez.

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