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Thread: Mark Sanchez lost this game !!!

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    Mark Sanchez lost this game !!!

    Fundamentally unsound Jeckyl and Hyde crap master.

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    So special teams giving up a TD and Hill dropping key passes had nothing to do with the loss ? The offensive line broke down as the game went on but I agree that Sanchez does bear part in the loss

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    I agree. He was the good ,the bad and the ugly.

    It's McElroy time


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunnie View Post
    Fundamentally unsound Jeckyl and Hyde crap master.
    sez the jets 'fan' kneeing at the alter of teblow

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    Sanchez played very well today. We lost because we have an archaic approach to football.


    Rex Ryan thought he could win the game by kicking a FG and then stopping Tom Brady, not from scoring a TD, but from even getting into FG range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmeyer52 View Post
    So special teams giving up a TD and Hill dropping key passes had nothing to do with the loss ? The offensive line broke down as the game went on but I agree that Sanchez does bear part in the loss
    Mistake's were made, but i genuinely believe we would've won today if any of the other 31 starting QB's were playing for us, rather than number 6. Probable Tebow and McElroy too for that matter.

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    Was he perfect? No

    But he did more than enough to win.

    Stephen Hill lost this game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmeyer52 View Post
    So special teams giving up a TD and Hill dropping key passes had nothing to do with the loss ? The offensive line broke down as the game went on but I agree that Sanchez does bear part in the loss
    Yes!!! That's right dummy haven't you ever heard of the word perfection?, go look it up.

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    The pick was absolutely horrible.
    Two sack for holding the ball too long.
    Trying to throw the ball away while being sacked.
    Throwing to Schillens in critical situations.

    He is terribly inconsistent ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    Was he perfect? No

    But he did more than enough to win.

    Stephen Hill lost this game.
    This. Add the OGs and Pace as well.

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    At least three times today, Sanchez tries to throw the ball as he's being sacked. Last one killed us. Folks, Sanchez is a f**King dummy. Just dumb as a box of idiots on meth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    Was he perfect? No

    But he did more than enough to win.

    Stephen Hill lost this game.
    Because he dropped one?

    Would help if Sanchez wasn't making Keller jump 10 ft for a wide open pass. Or hits a wide open Hill twice, once in the endzone. Or if he stops thinking he can spin out of every sack.

    He leaves way too many positive plays on the field.

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    Still hasn't learned how to hang onto the ball with two hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    At least three times today, Sanchez tries to throw the ball as he's being sacked. Last one killed us. Folks, Sanchez is a f**King dummy. Just dumb as a box of idiots on meth.
    Agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    Was he perfect? No

    But he did more than enough to win.

    Stephen Hill lost this game.
    Hard to pin this on any one guy. Brandon Moore looked shaky out there, too.

    The Sanchez haters are out there in full force despite the fact that he threw for 328 yards and fumbled on a play where the entire right side of the OL fell apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunnie View Post
    The pick was absolutely horrible.
    Two sack for holding the ball too long.
    Trying to throw the ball away while being sacked.
    Throwing to Schillens in critical situations.

    He is terribly inconsistent ...
    And how consistent you are with the constant repetition. Over and over Over and over Over and over Over and over Over and over Over and over Over and over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshBaked 24 7 View Post
    Still hasn't learned how to hang onto the ball with two hands
    He never will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunnie View Post
    The pick was absolutely horrible.
    Two sack for holding the ball too long.
    Trying to throw the ball away while being sacked.
    Throwing to Schillens in critical situations.

    He is terribly inconsistent ...
    Inconsistent, yet he was money in the 4th quarter when most people thought the game was over.

    The 3rd and 1 play to Schilens should have never been called. Worst call of the day.

    Stephen Hill.

    He did a good job of avoiding pressure on several other occasions and he was pretty accurate down the field.

    This game is not his fault. Not even close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shevys View Post
    And how consistent you are with the constant repetition. Over and over Over and over Over and over Over and over Over and over Over and over Over and over.
    Very ... Because I am correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnoxJetFan View Post
    Hard to pin this on any one guy. Brandon Moore looked shaky out there, too.

    The Sanchez haters are out there in full force despite the fact that he threw for 328 yards and fumbled on a play where the entire right side of the OL fell apart.
    You're wrapped up and falling backwards, what positive is gonna come from waving the ball around in one hand and trying to throw???? Be smart.

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