The minute he came in the entire level of the team jumped 100%. This tells us the team has no confidence in Sanchez. On the other hand Mike T. job is on line line for many things and Sanchez may be #1. If he is not the Jet starting QB, bye bye Mike T.
Also notice, they are in lock down, for now, I have never heard so many no comments in my life, Stephen Hill was very funny answering the questions on the QB topic.
Lastly, Chad sat for quite awhile before he was put in so who knows what we have here. All I can stay is that that Greg M. ran a professional offense and I haven't seen that in over 4 years. I have seen plenty of Sanchez and I want to see what Greg M. can do. And the million dollars question is, was Rex allowed to take Sanchez out of the game. This week will tell.
It was like pulling a goalie after 4 goals, it gave them an opportunity to look Briefly at Greg without leap frogging over Tebow. A needed spark and golden opportunity I would be shocked if Sanchez doesn't play out the season the remainder of witch they can determine to fish, or cut bait. Either way, they have played with 1 phase all year and most don't realize it is the one you want to establish first, Defense.
Looking at the Jet salary cap page it looks like Mcelroy is signed for dirt cheap....as such the only hope IMO for 2013 is to play Mcelroy the rest of the year and hope he shows enough to bring him in next year and have a real QB competition - with Sanchez's huge contract no other QB is coming here....it is Mcelroy or bust at this point....
Another example of treating us as fools
If this is true, about how Rex had to trick his move to McElroy, which looks very likely that it is, it shows you how dysfunctional the JETS really are.
We are in big trouble as long as Woody Johnson owns the team........
Maybe its his USC fake replica jersey but it certainly appears that SAR has some sort of Trojan fetish as evidenced by his manlove for Leinart and his blindness to Sanchez' absolutely inadequate performance yesterdsy
Sanchez would have won that game yesterday right after pigs fly and cows jump over the moon.
Earth to SAR...come in please....the real world is calling
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You know how bad sanchez is when this clown starts calling out SAR.Earth to SAR...come in please....the real world is calling
I can sum this up very nicely:
Rex is a Defensive Coordinator who is also Head Coach. Something to keep in mind (always.)
In his mind, (even though Lindley is absolutely horrendous) his Defense was effectively pitching a shutout.
Rex will not tolerate his defense losing games that they are effectively winning.
Additionally, Tebow was not dressed.
Essentially, if you really want to analyze this, you can surmise that Woody is meddling a lot more than any of us think.
Perhaps Sanchez has been glued to being the starter because
A) Woody loves him.
B) Rex was not going to pull Sanchez for Tebow and uncork an entirely new set of worms.
Or perhaps Rex did legitimately think that a QB who barely completes half of what he throws can win him a Super Bowl.
My personal belief is that Rex realized the team had a cloud hanging over its head with Sanchez out there and actually, for once, coached for his job instead of catering to the wishes of the owner.
Seriously, what the hell were they thinking?
Could you imagine if Sanchez got hurt and Kerley was our QB?
What a laughing stock.
I really cant believe that Rex Ryan is this bad a HC.
How exactly did he lead the JETS to the championship game twice with moves like this?
c'mon, you know better than that. the patsie lead was built on once in a lifetime mistakes all happening at the same time. not all of it was because of sanchez. had the jets scored on that possession in the 2nd qtr the game might have been very different.
in the cards game, sanchez started out poorly and was getting any better. the game was not out of reach but it was doubtful that sanchez could have gotten the points. it's moot because mcelroy not only got the winning td but he also put them in a position to extend the score. and it's not like the cards defense is so bad. a stupid sanchez pick six would have lost the game.
1. He had much better players that fit the system he wanted to run...true ground and pound along with some semblance of a passing game
2. First 2 times around the block - teams hadnt figured out the Rex D yet - he was blitzing and sending guys from everywhere - now it looks like a combination of a more conservative Rex and teams seemed to have figured out his gameplans.
The bottom line is very simply that Sanchez did this to himself.