Then Rex and Tanny can take full responsabillity for the Mark choice, the Tebow choice, and now this choice to keep on with Sanchez despite his horrific play.
At years end, Rex and Tanny will/should be fired for these mistakes and many others. And no excuse of "the owner made me do it".
"We're trying to get rid of some of the mistakes".
Yeah, like Mike T. extending Sanchez. (Me saying this, of course.)
How anyone can still defend this f*cking idiot is beyond me.
I never want anything to do with a players coach again.
Give me a hardass disciplinarian who won't play favorites, won't let the inmates run the asylum, and will get in players faces when they f*ck up. Not continually pat them on the back and tell them everything is going to be alright when they're playing like sh*t.
What the hell is Tuna up to these days?
Rex: "Feels great" about this decision. Came up with it last night.
Gets to the old question of do you go with player 1 who's at 70%, or player 2 who might not be as good, but is 100%.
McElroy NEEDS to be the starter, bar none! Sanchez is done and Rex refuses to see it or is just plum stupid. Tebow needs to be traded to the Jacksonville Jaguars, thats his home market and people want him there.
I say you make McElroy the starter, find somebody to fill the 2nd spot and then look at drafting a QB from this years incoming draft class to have in a 3rd spot. McElroy has proved through his College years that he can AND does make smart throws. He proved in last Sundays game that his isn't a selfish player either...he could have EASILY ran the ball in for a TD! The Jets are going to continue their "virus" as long as Sanchez is in the pocket...period!
J.P. Pelzman @JPPelzman
Rex: 'I enjoy mediocre QB play.' #hedidntreallysaythat #maybeheshouldhave
That had me rollin' for a while. Awesome.
Kimberley A. Martin @KMart_LI
Rex needed to get "the pulse" of ppl in the org. "Had a lot of open convos, & w/ that there are a lot of different opinions. #nyj #jets
That was a good one too.
I don't know that I agree with the decision to start Sanchez, as I'm at the point where I believe I have seen enough.
That said, Rex's position makes sense as well, is logical and can be easily defended.
It's one of those situations where people can look at it from different ways, have different opinions, and both of them are "sound", even though they are contradictory.
A split second later, my wife is screaming that Mark threw an INT. I about pitched the ziti against the wall.
There is no question in my mind that Sanchez f**ks up our first possession against the Jags and loses the game.