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    Quote Originally Posted by Vin View Post
    SAR I mentioned something about the Jets having Bad Timing....



    This is probably another example.

    In a draft where there will be Pass-Rushers galore, the Jets will end up with another Chad Pennington again.

    Then the next year when there ARE QB's to be had, the Jets will go after a Project at Pass-Rusher who will FAIL like all Jets players drafted do.....
    We are going to need to be Top 5 at least to get a QB without getting raped.

    Look at the price WASH paid to move up a few spots last year. Not that they are complaining, but they gave up a ton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_SOOTHSAYER View Post
    I've always been the utmost supporter but Sanchez has been given chance after chance and he's obviously shot.

    Tebow is not the answer and everyone knows he's just a situational player so it's time for Sanchez to hit the pine and see what the kid can do. He's got the size, a good arm and has shown he can move the offense.

    A Sanchez start next week is a slap in the face to every person who supports this team.
    welcome to the club. McElroy was GREAT at Alabama and deserves a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_SOOTHSAYER View Post
    I've always been the utmost supporter but Sanchez has been given chance after chance and he's obviously shot.

    Tebow is not the answer and everyone knows he's just a situational player so it's time for Sanchez to hit the pine and see what the kid can do. He's got the size, a good arm and has shown he can move the offense.

    A Sanchez start next week is a slap in the face to every person who supports this team.
    Agreed 100%

    I think Tim Tebow is a superb athlete. However, QB is not the position where he'll succeed. We've all seen the faults in his mechanics and his poor decision making with the football.

    Tim Tebow would be best served if the CS found a way to get him on the field but not at the QB spot. Say RB, FB, or TE. I think he'd be great in that role. He'd also bring that big play ability to the offense.

    As Sanchez is shot, Greg McElroy should be able to give the team a lift. If not for anything else than he isn't Sanchez.

    He won a couple of national championships if that stands for anything.

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    I want no part of Tebow. The guy is awful. I'll go with Mark all the way until the bitter end before I'd want to see Tebow in there.

    If Sanchez is benched then I'd only want to have a look at McIllroy so yeah I agree with the OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Harris View Post
    2013 Salary: $12,853,125 Dead Money if Cut: $17,153,125

    Mark Sanchez is your 2013 starter as well.

    Tell me a way Sooth - there's no way around his 2013 contract. He's uncuttable and untradeable. Tebow/Mcelroy aren't good. This team has hitched it's wagon for the time being.
    we can send them both to Jax as a packaged deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_SOOTHSAYER View Post
    I've always been the utmost supporter but Sanchez has been given chance after chance and he's obviously shot.

    Tebow is not the answer and everyone knows he's just a situational player so it's time for Sanchez to hit the pine and see what the kid can do. He's got the size, a good arm and has shown he can move the offense.

    A Sanchez start next week is a slap in the face to every person who supports this team.
    So turn the other cheek is what you're saying. How Jesus of You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnus View Post
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    Rex just said he is sticking with Sanchez no matter what. Benching Sanchez is a pipe dream at this point. As long as Rex is the head coach Mark Sanchez will not only not be benched he will be the starter come next year.
    Well I have high hopes that Rex will wake up and smell the coffee. Didn't he say much the same thing about Shotty, Westerman as DPR, Hunter the best athlete on the team, and Conner just before he jettisonned them all?

    I hated us getting Tebow from day one but I'd sooner see him start over MS as of today. I Like McElroy. I hope he keeps soaking up all the knowledge he can while holding the clipboard just like QB's used to do in the past. We're not getting a QB in next years draft so McElroy will have his shot before it's all said and done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_SOOTHSAYER View Post

    A Sanchez start next week is a slap in the face to every person who supports this team.
    Sanchez' last start this season will be in St. Louis.

    After we lose to fall to 3-7 we'll be facing the humiliation of 40,000 no-shows and cascades of boo-birds on national TV on a holiday and no way Woody Johnson can tolerate that.

    It'll be Tebow time. They'll announce him as a starter, it'll energize the fanbase, it'll be good for NFL ratings, and it'll fill those 40,000 seats with New York fans.

    McElroy is not going to see a snap this season. Wish he would, but it won't happen.

    SAR I

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    Mcelroy has a high school arm.
    He really and truly does.

    He has a frail build and a High School arm. There are no answers on the roster.
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    Is David Garrard still on the street?
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    I actually - just today - ended my Sanchez hope. I'm on the pessimism band wagon with the kid, he's regressing.
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    At 3 - 6 it may be advantageous to pull a Shannahan and simply evaluate talent the rest of the year. I don't want to win some meaningless games at this point and hurt our ever improving draft position either. We have high pick with only 3 wins right now.

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    We'd have between the 5th and 11th draft pick if the season ended today.

    Let's not screw that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Harris View Post
    We'd have between the 5th and 11th draft pick if the season ended today.

    Let's not screw that up.
    Agreed. I'd continue with Mark at QB to ensure the 5th pick where the Jets can get a REAL BONAFIDE PASS-RUSHER.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Sanchez' last start this season will be in St. Louis.

    After we lose to fall to 3-7 we'll be facing the humiliation of 40,000 no-shows and cascades of boo-birds on national TV on a holiday and no way Woody Johnson can tolerate that.

    It'll be Tebow time. They'll announce him as a starter, it'll energize the fanbase, it'll be good for NFL ratings, and it'll fill those 40,000 seats with New York fans.

    McElroy is not going to see a snap this season. Wish he would, but it won't happen.

    SAR I
    Agree 1000%. This is why Tebow was brought here, to fill seats when the season went bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vin View Post
    Agreed. I'd continue with Mark at QB to ensure the 5th pick where the Jets can get a REAL BONAFIDE PASS-RUSHER.
    To get the "can't miss" (I know there is no such thing) we have to be Top 5 at worst and then might have to move up.

    The market for a QB or pass rusher will be expensive if we want to move up for a guy we really like.

    - Carolina is not taking a QB so that helps. But they will draft a pass rusher so that hurts.
    - Jacksonville will take a QB unless we could pull off a miracle and send them Tebow. If not a QB then OL/DL.
    - Kansas City will take a QB.
    - Cleveland might take a QB or they will take a DL/OLB or WR.
    - Washington isn't taking a QB. WR or DL/OLB
    - Buffalo will take a QB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    To get the "can't miss" (I know there is no such thing) we have to be Top 5 at worst and then might have to move up.

    The market for a QB or pass rusher will be expensive if we want to move up for a guy we really like.

    - Carolina is not taking a QB so that helps. But they will draft a pass rusher so that hurts.
    - Jacksonville will take a QB unless we could pull off a miracle and send them Tebow. If not a QB then OL/DL.
    - Kansas City will take a QB.
    - Cleveland might take a QB or they will take a DL/OLB or WR.
    - Washington isn't taking a QB. WR or DL/OLB
    - Buffalo will take a QB.
    Look, we have been down that road...we are the jets..if its a five man draft, we will have the sixth pick...always the bridesmaid...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuler82 View Post
    I've been a committed Sanchez supporter, but after today, I'm done. I can't believe he has to be on the roster next year...
    The playcalling was terrible too, but he could have called an audible and make the adjustments to put in the td. Instead we have the groundhog offense, 3 and out, 3 and out, 3 and out - get in the red zone, INT.

    It's not rocket science. How come Jets got all this bumbling at the pro level and other teams got relative plain sailing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    NO. We need to stop being shellfish, wanting to win.

    We need a high draft pick.

    Leave Sanchez in.

    3-13.
    SUCK FOR LUCK!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vin View Post
    Agreed. I'd continue with Mark at QB to ensure the 5th pick where the Jets can get a REAL BONAFIDE PASS-RUSHER.
    They have one!!!! Coples is getting better each week. It takes a little time sometimes. You can't win unless you score points and this Jet offense cannot score points. They need to keep drafting a QB with there best pick until they land a good one. I agree that Mcelroy should get a chance. I will not watch the Jets play anymore if sanchez is the starting QB

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Sanchez' last start this season will be in St. Louis.

    After we lose to fall to 3-7 we'll be facing the humiliation of 40,000 no-shows and cascades of boo-birds on national TV on a holiday and no way Woody Johnson can tolerate that.

    It'll be Tebow time. They'll announce him as a starter, it'll energize the fanbase, it'll be good for NFL ratings, and it'll fill those 40,000 seats with New York fans.

    McElroy is not going to see a snap this season. Wish he would, but it won't happen.

    SAR I
    There will be 40000 no shows even if Tebow starts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george jetfan from miami View Post
    They have one!!!! Coples is getting better each week. It takes a little time sometimes. You can't win unless you score points and this Jet offense cannot score points. They need to keep drafting a QB with there best pick until they land a good one. I agree that Mcelroy should get a chance. I will not watch the Jets play anymore if sanchez is the starting QB
    WE NEED ANOTHER ONE!!!

    Coples is being utilized on the INSIDE for some reason.


    We need someone on the OUTSIDE now. Like when Abe was here.

    You can never have too many pass-rushers and the Jets only have ONE(Coples) and I don't even believe he should be on this inside in the first place....

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_SOOTHSAYER View Post
    I've always been the utmost supporter but Sanchez has been given chance after chance and he's obviously shot.

    Tebow is not the answer and everyone knows he's just a situational player so it's time for Sanchez to hit the pine and see what the kid can do. He's got the size, a good arm and has shown he can move the offense.

    A Sanchez start next week is a slap in the face to every person who supports this team.
    Been saying this for a while. Guy was a winner and a real QB. He seems like the smartest QB on our roster by far.

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