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    Sanchez kept us in this game

    Sanchez is the main reason we were in this game. Throws to Keller, Kerley no top receivers and this kid stuck in their.

    Jaws agrees as do most QB analysts.

    You Sanchez haters sound like women complaining. He sucks etc... no understanding of the total game.

    We had 2 opportunities to win this game. On the 3 yard line, down 23 -20 a TD puts the game away and we still can get a 1st down but we dont use Tebow?

    On their 20 after the fumble and we burn almost NO TIME off the clock?

    THAT Friends is poor coaching and Sparano.

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    You are aware that the Pats have one of the worst secondaries in the NFL and their safety Chung was out as well.

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    Sanchez didn't play like crap but he didn't play great. That's the thing.

    Jets can't win with him playing hot and cold, on and off through the whole game. I'm tired of seeing him miss wide open guys. (Just as much as i'm tired of seeing drops from wide open WR's).

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    The Pats DBs are the main reason why we stayed in this game. Belichick ain't no defensive genius without Ty Law, Rodney Harrison, Asante, etc.

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    Sanchez turned the ball over on a pass that should've been a sure TD.

    And then in overtime, in predictable fashion, he fumbles to seal the deal.

    Seriously, who was actually surprised that the game ended on a Sanchez turnover? Stuff like this is becoming laughably predictable.

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    Sanchez apologists should be banned from this board. They obviously have no idea about football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    Sanchez turned the ball over on a pass that should've been a sure TD.

    And then in overtime, in predictable fashion, he fumbles to seal the deal.

    Seriously, who was actually surprised that the game ended on a Sanchez turnover? Stuff like this is becoming laughably predictable.
    Most people didn't think they would be in the game long enough for Sanchez to cost them the game with a turnover.

    He played a pretty good game and great in the 4th quarter. Every NFL analyst and expert I've seen this morning agrees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    Sanchez is the main reason we were in this game. Throws to Keller, Kerley no top receivers and this kid stuck in their.

    Jaws agrees as do most QB analysts.

    You Sanchez haters sound like women complaining. He sucks etc... no understanding of the total game.

    We had 2 opportunities to win this game. On the 3 yard line, down 23 -20 a TD puts the game away and we still can get a 1st down but we dont use Tebow?

    On their 20 after the fumble and we burn almost NO TIME off the clock?

    THAT Friends is poor coaching and Sparano.
    We were winning when he left the field with a little more than a minute left. The defense failed in the clutch two drives in a row including OT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by escamoter2 View Post
    We were winning when he left the field with a little more than a minute left. The defense failed in the clutch two drives in a row including OT.
    So the last drive the offense had in OT doesn't count as failing too?

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    What irks me about Mark is he doesn't learn.

    He still doesn't get when to chuck the ball in the stands and avoid the sack, and when to secure the ball, take the sack, and understand the fatal consequences of not doing so.

    He can't stay alert for four full quarters.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MDL_JET View Post
    Sanchez didn't play like crap but he didn't play great. That's the thing.

    Jets can't win with him playing hot and cold, on and off through the whole game. I'm tired of seeing him miss wide open guys. (Just as much as i'm tired of seeing drops from wide open WR's).
    This

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    Agreed....

    28-of-41 passing for 328 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMEC View Post
    You are aware that the Pats have one of the worst secondaries in the NFL and their safety Chung was out as well.
    So for that reson I am sure you were picking the Jets to win ...right??.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetrider View Post
    What irks me about Mark is he doesn't learn.

    He still doesn't get when to chuck the ball in the stands and avoid the sack, and when to secure the ball, take the sack, and understand the fatal consequences of not doing so.

    He can't stay alert for four full quarters.

    i agree, he is who he is. he did play well enough to win. every qb makes mistakes. it just seemed that the team made so many, including the coaches. it was so winnable.

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    Mark played great. He also played terrible. He makes some good plays, then he makes plays a high school QB would not make. He is in his 4th year, and is still making rookie mistakes. He will never be a quality starting NFL QB.

    But the biggest issue with Mark is that he has no heart. Laughing at his PC, trivializing his mistakes and implying that his teammates are to blame is the actions of a loser.

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    he does not survey the whole field. had guys wide open and would throw the ball into triple coverage. locks onto 1 receiver too much

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenSpleen View Post
    Sanchez apologists should be banned from this board. They obviously have no idea about football.
    The same thing can be said about the Sanchez haters

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    Sanchez turned the ball over on a pass that should've been a sure TD.

    And then in overtime, in predictable fashion, he fumbles to seal the deal.

    Seriously, who was actually surprised that the game ended on a Sanchez turnover? Stuff like this is becoming laughably predictable.
    If the defense makes a stop Sanchez is the hero who led TWO 4th quarter drives (a TD and a FG) to tie the game.

    Go eat a

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    Sanchez is the main reason we were in this game. Throws to Keller, Kerley no top receivers and this kid stuck in their.

    Jaws agrees as do most QB analysts.

    You Sanchez haters sound like women complaining. He sucks etc... no understanding of the total game.

    We had 2 opportunities to win this game. On the 3 yard line, down 23 -20 a TD puts the game away and we still can get a 1st down but we dont use Tebow?

    On their 20 after the fumble and we burn almost NO TIME off the clock?

    THAT Friends is poor coaching and Sparano.
    I have a complete grasp of the last four years with Sanchez as QB. Sanchez--in his supposed "break out year"--is still trying to throw the ball as he's being driven into the ground on a sack (did it three times yesterday) and/or throwing up balloon balls which become easy INTs/drive/scoring killers.

    You like ethe guy? Fine, I don't. Enough of this clod. Face it, he's a dope with marginal QB skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by escamoter2 View Post
    We were winning when he left the field with a little more than a minute left. The REX RYAN DRAFTED defense failed in the clutch two drives in a row including OT.
    fixed

    Quote Originally Posted by Chupa View Post
    If the defense makes a stop Sanchez is the hero who led TWO 4th quarter drives (a TD and a FG) to tie the game.

    Go eat a

    THIS....

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