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    pennington

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    how quickly people forget how hopeless things were with chad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chupa View Post
    how quickly people forget how hopeless things were with chad
    Not in the beginning. Thats the point.

    Please pay attention.


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    If Pennington never gets hurt we might have had a SB now. Pre-injury he was fantastic. Never had a huge arm but an average arm turned into a poor one after the injuries.

    He had brains, work-ethic and heart. Injuries betrayed Penny.

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    Pennington, and its not close. He had HEART.

    When he threw the ball, I assumed it would be complete. With Sanchez, I hope it isn't intercepted.

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    Ridiculous question. I am not even sure Sanchez is better than Clemmens. Chad was lights years better than Mark. So much so that the question is a little insulting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewYorkSackExchange View Post
    who's better?
    Pre-injury Chad would have loved this group and coach. Poor guy had to play for Hackett and Edwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by escamoter2 View Post
    Pre-injury Chad would have loved this group and coach. Poor guy had to play for Hackett and Edwards.
    PICM


    Pre-injury Chad Milita

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    PICM


    Pre-injury Chad Milita

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    That's funny. I was a member. Then I turned after the second shoulder surgery.

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    One is perhaps the most accurate passer in NFL history (yeah yeah... short passing game... take that for what it's worth).

    The other can't hit the broad side of a barn on a check down.

    Hm. Tough call.

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    Here is all u need to know about this question.

    Chad Pennington went into Pittsburg with his right arm barely hanging on,and had the NYJets 2 FGs opportunities away from going to NE for an AFC championship game.

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    penningotn never had an NFL arm. he was exposed against the raiders and was never the same. This "injury" thing is a cop out. The guy was a friggin loser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chupa View Post
    penningotn never had an NFL arm. he was exposed against the raiders and was never the same. This "injury" thing is a cop out. The guy was a friggin loser.
    Ok so base on this question, what does that make Sanchez?


    I think Woody got sold a bag of rocks.











































    Twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chupa View Post
    penningotn never had an NFL arm. he was exposed against the raiders and was never the same. This "injury" thing is a cop out. The guy was a friggin loser.
    I think you are severely underestimating just how bad Mark Sanchez is.

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    Last time I checked Sanchez proved that he can have huge games against belli Brady and beat them. Pennington folded like a lawn chair in those moments

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe W. Namath View Post
    Preinjury chad was light years ahead of sanchez.
    I'm not saying Chad wasn't better than Sanchez, but why does everyone here act as if it was the injury that made Chad play significantly worse than his 02 season? Isn't it just a possibility that the league caught up to him after he took it by storm? Of course, it could very well be the possibility of some combination of both, but I love how everyone discounts the idea that defenses just figured out how to play him, and instead pretends that a fracture to his non-throwing wrist is the reason his play declined.

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    As far football IQ/reading defenses/accuracy:

    Sanchez is a retard compared to Pennington.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnus View Post
    Hmm lets see...

    Chad: 66% 7.2avg 90.1 rating 102td 64int

    Mark: 54.8% 6.5avg 72.9 rating 60td 55int

    Mark has wet dreams of putting up Pennington's numbers and that says a lot about our #5 overall pick to perfection.
    Chad had wet dreams of making it past the divisional round.

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    This kind of thread brings back great memories of Chad Pennington and the passion he displayed while becoming the most accurate QB in NFL history. Smart, tough & respected by teammates, coaches & the media alike; #10 will be remembered as one of the best QB's of his era & also as a great NY Jet.

    Is Sanchez one of the great QB's of his era? Only time will tell.

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    great QB's of his era? i was always a fan of chad, but come on man. he's chad pennington. not peyton manning.

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