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    Quote Originally Posted by teddyld View Post
    Eli stunk up the joint most of the regular season of his first Super Bowl year. His game against Minnesota was borderline worse than anything I've ever seen from Mark Sanchez, yet he righted himself, turned it around. Now everyone acts like he has always been elite, clutch Eli. No, he had to find himself. I believe he was helped by the fact he has had 1 very good coach, Kevin Gillbride with him all of his Giants career.

    Mark just needs good stability, meaning a better mentor/qb coach than Cav and consistent, quality weapons. Tannenbaum has given it to him somewhat on the offensive line, but not with the skill positions. I think this goes back to his days with Parcells who always brought in veteran free agents at those positions on a rotating basis. That's an old model though, and Trader Mike needs to adjust. With the wide open NFL, elite skill position players are what you have to draft as the rules now play into their favor instead of the maulers and guys in the trenches of yesteryear. An example is how quickly deals for Brick and Nick went through, yet a weapon like Keller is left to twist in the wind and made to believe he is replaceable. In this era weapons win Super Bowls and you collect and keep as many of them as you can. Do that and there is a good chance that a player like Mark who has proved he is durable (Pennington, Stafford) and can win playoff games will be afforded the opportunity to take the next step.
    Why the hell does everyone keep mentioning Eli?

    Eli was an extremely rare exception to the rule.

    For every Eli Manning that is a late bloomer, there are 20 Joey Harrington's, Matt Leinart's and Vince Young's where what you see is what you get.

    Comparing Sanchez to Eli is nothing more than blind hope. Even when Manning was mediocre, he would still show flashes of being able to carry his entire offense. We've seen Sanchez do this once in 4 years. Against Houston in 2010, a team with a HISTORICALLY bad pass defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri_0515 View Post
    Whether Sanchez is at fault or not. He's going to take the brunt because he's the QB. Jets have doomed him from the start of his career and did a piss poor job of developing. Bad habits are hard to break and Sanchez has a ton of them. He has flashes, but is one of the most inconsitant quarterbacks I've ever seen play the game.
    I very much agree with all that you wrote. Good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    OK look at this

    Sanchez vs Indy 11-18 82 yards 2 TDs 0 INTS
    Tebow vs SD 4-10 79 yards 1 TD O INT 1 R TD
    vs Oak 10-21 124 yards 2 TDs 0 INT
    vs SD 9-18 143 yards 1 TD 0 INT
    vs Minni 10-15 202 yards 2 TDs 0 INT
    vs KC 2-8 69 Yards 1TD 0 INT 1 RTD
    vs NE 11-22 194 yards 0 INTS 2 R TDs

    Boy Tebow must be great with all these outstanding games then. lol
    Well I think you lose on the efficiency standpoint. He was making very few throws and almost never broke 50%. Also you should give us the rushing stats for those games as far as the RBs. If you aren't running well and continue to run, that is protecting a really bad QB. But if you are dominating on the ground then it makes no sense to air it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    Why the hell does everyone keep mentioning Eli?

    Eli was an extremely rare exception to the rule.

    For every Eli Manning that is a late bloomer, there are 20 Joey Harrington's, Matt Leinart's and Vince Young's where what you see is what you get.

    Comparing Sanchez to Eli is nothing more than blind hope. Even when Manning was mediocre, he would still show flashes of being able to carry his entire offense. We've seen Sanchez do this once in 4 years. Against Houston in 2010, a team with a HISTORICALLY bad pass defense.
    Agreed! Sanchez does not have the arm, maturity, talent or poise of Eli. There is a world of difference between them. Put Eli on the Jets this past Sunday vs NE and we win easily and with all the same receivers that played for us! His accuracy would allow the receivers to catch the passes. Sanchez is either high or into the ground with so many passes. Its hard for receivers to get good stats when the QB throws the ball into the ground!!

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    All Eli Manning comparisons go out the window if the Jets don't win the Super Bowl this year. Eli won the Super Bowl in 2007 and made the best throw in NFL history against an undefeated team.

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