Mangold has been failing to reach his lofty standards. Slauson is going through the motion because he will be gone next year. Moore has slipped. Brick still is not a good run blocker and the book is still open on Howard.
Overall the OL is not playing as a unit.
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That said i am much more in favor of seeing McElroy at this point!
Here is the new rule:
The third quarterback rule was instituted for the 1991 NFL season in reaction to a 1990 game between the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles. In that game—sometimes called "The Body Bag Game"—Redskins lost both starting quarterback Jeff Rutledge and backup Stan Humphries to injuries. Without a third quarterback on their active roster, Washington had to either use a different player for that position or forfeit the game. Brian Mitchell, a running back who played quarterback in college, completed the game in the quarterback position. The Redskins lost to the Eagles, 28-14.
The rule was abolished for the 2011 season. There is now no third quarterback exception and the active roster has been increased from 45 to 46.
Itís time to call Vinny and see if heís free next Sunday.
No seriously, this is why signing Tebow what a huge mistake...the guy canít throw. If Tanny were a true GM, and not some bean counter, this team would have a decent #2 in place to step in and relieve Sanchez.
I donít know whatís sadder, the fact that we,the fans,see this reality and still keep supporting this team. or that Woody simply doesnít see that his team is nothing but a circus show and doesnít care beacuse the cash registers still keeps ringing.
sad to say but McElroy is the best QB on this roster
If the Jets lose their next two games the Tebow package will be in full force and he will play more than 50% of each game. McElroy is an after thought to the Jets.
Any other franchise would have a player on the roster that they drafted with their 4th round pick, and when their starter struggles in a big way, they turn to the kid they have been developing and see if he can be the answer.
McElroy is a tough competitor, who won a lot of college games, can move in the pocket and most importantly, CANNOT POSSIBLY be more inaccurate then sanchez is right now.
Not being able to at least give him a look, in regular season NFL action, would be a travesty by the organization. Less heralded college players then McElroy (see matt hassleback, Romo, matt moore, etc) have come into the league and showed they belong. We will never know what we have if we dont take a look