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Thread: Conor Orr: The Marty Mornhinweg system: How the new Jets coordinator runs his offense

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    Quote Originally Posted by suprjet View Post
    It may not be Sanchez this year but in a QB friendly offense under MM -- McElroy, Sims, and draft pick will compete.

    I love the fact that Vick's completion percentage went from 53% in Atlanta to 60% in Philly under MM.

    The main knock on Sanchez is completion % (as well as knowing where the pressure is coming from) but who knows, if he's comfortable and confident in the pocket, he can revert back to 2009 / 10 and sling the ball downfield.
    Exactly!!!

    And people forget that Sanchez actually ran this style of offense at USC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suprjet View Post
    It may not be Sanchez this year but in a QB friendly offense under MM -- McElroy, Sims, and draft pick will compete.

    I love the fact that Vick's completion percentage went from 53% in Atlanta to 60% in Philly under MM.

    The main knock on Sanchez is completion % (as well as knowing where the pressure is coming from) but who knows, if he's comfortable and confident in the pocket, he can revert back to 2009 / 10 and sling the ball downfield.
    No, that's not it at all. It's 50 turnovers in 2 seasons, far and away the worst in the NFL, that is his biggest knock. His horrid completion percentage is second on the list of what makes Sanchez a terrible QB.

    Also, whoever is comfortable with Sanchez being his '09-'10 self doesn't realize that that team model of success was unsustainable unless Sanchez improved his level of play, which he didn't.
    Last edited by ASG0531; 02-22-2013 at 12:43 AM.

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