Our skill is fine. Not great. Not elite. Not top-10. But fine.
Our QB is the in the bottom 2 or 3 in the NFL. If we had even an average QB, our supposedly skillless skill players would be looking vastly better.
Like many fans, you can deflect the massive failure of Sanchez all you wish, but the reality is we can improve either by replacing ONE person, the QB, or replacing the entire O-line, WR, TE and RB spots with HOF'ers. Which do YOU think is more reasonable?
Exactly. You would think every QB worth a damn has elite talent surrounding them at every position, but they don't. A lot of WR make names for themselves based on having a qb that is capable of finding them and getting them the ball. Yes Hill has dropped a couple of passes and the Jets wr are not elite, but they should not have to be elite for Sanchez to be average at worst. I don't see anyone complaining that Sanchez has not broken any records.
Blaming the OC for an anemic Offense with the QB Rex has put under center is funny. Last season Shotty was the scapegoat.
Extending Sancheese with a big contract was hilarious.
Getting a cap hit for his crappy services that would choke a horse falls to Tanny/Rex.
Woody is clueless.
Bad news top to bottom for the organization.
Too bad Woody wouldn't sell the franchise.
The argument that was floated around at the time of the Sanchez extension was that the Jets were potentially locking him in at a discount if/when he performed up to his potential or draft slot. Except the opposite was also possible, and the Jets are now staring down one of the worst, most untrade-able contracts in the league barring this miracle "jump" from him.
Can some one explain to my why the F when the other teams in this division show any improvement it is ALWAYS at the Jets expense. If the Dolphins and Pats are any good it's beating up the on the Jets. The Jets must be the key to winning this division.