Why is it that every other player is subject to being replaced at their position but Sanchez? Has he ever had any real competion for his job? What are they so afraid of?
Last edited by PatriotReign; 11-24-2012 at 09:37 AM.
He had a 70% completion percentage in College and I believe he can read a defense better than Mark. GMac is a very smart QB. I don't think he's a crappier version of Mark, I think he might be a Pennington type of QB.
He might suck, but not giving him a shot is stupid.
PS: The last QB we had from Alabama turned out OK.
Greg McElroy will probably never start a game for an NFL team.
If a scenario ever arose where the guys on the depth chart ahead of him were all injured and he got into a game, his team would sign someone during the week to start the next game (Unless it was after Week 13 or so, the team was already out of playoff contention, and the coaching staff knew their jobs were secure for the next year).
SOJF = mortgaging your future by trading all your draft picks each year searching for an elusive "franchise" QB.
SOJF = Stubbornly refusing to see what either backup QB has to offer before trading away Revis, Holmes and Cromartie for draft picks for Geno Smith or Johnny Manziel.
SOJF = refusal to try their Heisman Trophy, record setting, NFL playoff backup QB Tim Tebow because you hate his fans.
SOJF = Stubborn old Jets fans
The Jets should have a look at Mcelroy but they should start Tebow, because we need to see how the team responds to Tebow. If Tebow does well then the Jets have two options, they can keep him or they can trade him. They need to improve Tebows value so they can get something for him in the offseason if they need to.
I would say start Tebow after the Jets next loss (which would pretty much eliminate the Jets from playoff contention). Once the Jets lose one more game they have nothing to lose by benching Sanchez and giving Tebow and McElroy more playing time.