One thing I will say about Sparano is he's a top of the line Oline coach. After being fired by the Fins and failed with the Jets maybe thats all he can get in the league right now and will except a demotion and stay on board. I would be ok with him as our Oline coach.
IDK. It was reported that he rubbed the players the wrong way. A fresh start altogether may be best.
The fact that Cav oversaw the regression of Sanchez is one thing but the nail in the coffin was probably Tebow.
To have such a great and promising QB specimen such as Tim, and to waste his talents... well that's just unacceptable. Tebow should have easily been molded into a top tier elite QB this year. I mean he beat Pitt in the playoffs.
Am I the only one that has a problem with Rex calling any shots on the offensive side of the ball?
I think we all agree that the head buffoon knows nothing about the offensive side of the ball. His knowledge about offense extends to knowing the football is filled with air and not feathers and that is about it.
Most organizations would never had entrusted a highly touted QB, whom they spent a lot of money on, to someone who had zero success as a QB coach. But he was Rex Ryan's friend so of course he was qualified .
It's only news because of the sheer ineptitude of the franchise.
If Sanchez QBs in 2013, I want the OC to teach Sanchez how to throw a ball with a touch on it as in screen pass. I want them to hire a bunch of guys 6'7 and rush him constantly in practice until he can throw a pass that doesn't get batted down.
Cavanaugh was not capable of making Sanchez into a composed QB while the RT situation was unstable. I don't think Sanchez was ever the same after JJ Watt got his hands on him.