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    Can Sanchez be helped ?

    Is there someone that the Jets can hire to correct Sanchez's footwork and get him straightened out ? As long as they have 8 million invested in him for next year might as well try and get him back on track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmeyer52 View Post
    Is there someone that the Jets can hire to correct Sanchez's footwork and get him straightened out ? As long as they have 8 million invested in him for next year might as well try and get him back on track.
    yeah, it's the footwork.

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    No......

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmeyer52 View Post
    Is there someone that the Jets can hire to correct Sanchez's footwork and get him straightened out ? As long as they have 8 million invested in him for next year might as well try and get him back on track.
    NO!

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    Damaged goods

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    Is it 2010?

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    So then everyone is willing to just write the $8 million check and keep him on the bench instead of trying to see if any skills are salvageable. No team is going to take him with that much owed to him

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    someone can help him call a cab to take him to the airport

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    Of course he can be helped. To say he can't is just stupid.

































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    Quote Originally Posted by rmeyer52 View Post
    So then everyone is willing to just write the $8 million check and keep him on the bench instead of trying to see if any skills are salvageable. No team is going to take him with that much owed to him
    What makes you think no one from a new offensive staff will try to work with him next year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmeyer52 View Post
    So then everyone is willing to just write the $8 million check and keep him on the bench instead of trying to see if any skills are salvageable. No team is going to take him with that much owed to him
    Maybe someone can help. I think he messed up inside. He throws some good passes and they get dropped. He throws balls behind receivers that can't be caught. Braylon bailed him out by catching poor/low passes.

    He has his money and he knows it. It is like he is afraid of getting hit and just wants to get rid of the ball.

    Can Mike Tyson be champ again? Once the genie is out of the bottle it is hard to get him back in. But who knows in this complicated world.

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    Any Dr can give him some cream and prescribe valtrax?.

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    Think it was over when he slept with the 17 year old girl a couple of years ago, she was smart enough to trick him and everyone wondered why concepts are difficult for him, the butt fumble made it official, cannot be helped

    best thing he did for the Jets this year is 17 of 35, pick 6, and no TD's to earn a top 10 draft pick today

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmeyer52 View Post
    Is there someone that the Jets can hire to correct Sanchez's footwork and get him straightened out ? As long as they have 8 million invested in him for next year might as well try and get him back on track.
    He doesn't belong in the NFL at this point, even 3rd String. The Jets whiffed on the pick. Doesn't matter who the OC was or is, after 4 years it's now obvious the Jets knew that his lack of accuracy was a huge issue and tried to hide their QB as much as possible.

    If accuracy wasn't the issue I'd say they should invest in trying to save him, but he should never play another down. Not fair to the rest of the team or the fans. Sit him all next year, don't blow 9m more on the cap by cutting him, and be done with him.

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    If Sanchez can be salvaged Ken O'Brien would be the guy to do it.

    Like Sanchez, O'Brien is a Southern California guy who does not have to travel far to work with him during the offseason.

    Recently O'Brien worked with Carson Palmer who came back to the NFL looking like an all star afterwards.

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    He can certainly be helped. He'll never be that 63-65 percent passer, but he can definitely get his footwork straightened out some and also work on ball security/stop making dumb decisions.

    but he's also a total headcase right now, so he'll have to overcome that

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMJK View Post
    Maybe someone can help. I think he messed up inside. He throws some good passes and they get dropped. He throws balls behind receivers that can't be caught. Braylon bailed him out by catching poor/low passes.

    He has his money and he knows it. It is like he is afraid of getting hit and just wants to get rid of the ball.

    Can Mike Tyson be champ again? Once the genie is out of the bottle it is hard to get him back in. But who knows in this complicated world.
    Mike has a better chance. Keep him away from the Klitschko's and I think he could still take most of these bums right now. Briggs was still ranked until last year and he was never all that. Anyone who faces the Klitschko do end up with dead careers though.

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    No, he has been an innacurate suspect Qb since the day he came into the league. He has legitimately played really well in about 3-4 games in his career.

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    He has all the tools but he doesn't have it upstairs. He makes bad decisions on a consistent basis, even threw another pick-6 today, which he has done countless times over his career so far. Basically, the coaching staff doesn't trust him and neither do most of the players. He would be better off in a different uniform as a backup, but the Jets will have to carry him one more year before that happens. He really put a nail in the trade coffin today with this performance.

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