I simply stated what i was hoping it was by referring to trades/releases, and never said thats what he was referring to.
With Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow our QBs on the depth chart, I think any news regarding the possible drafting of a QB, or anything else to do with the position, would be considered breaking.
I agree with you as far as wanting info, and hoping it's something.. next time I just wouldnt start a thread proclaiming breaking news.. that is all.
May be this are ground-drecking news?
Approximately four years out of practice, Sanchez – once a server at Phil Trani's in Long Beach while at USC – starts by dropping noodles into a pasta boiler. He then slices tomatoes and broccoli, and places each ingredient into a large mixing bowl filled with marinara sauce.
Last edited by RussianGreen; 02-08-2013 at 02:08 PM.
Just embrace it and it becomes easier to cope with.
Remember folks the cap next year for the Jets will be much better and they will be better able to absorb a big hit then this year. I have a feeling that all they are going to do is just move the bulk of money owed Sanchez to next year.
Mark is aware that the offense needs help and with the current state of the cap getting talent to help it will be hard. So if he restructures it can be a win win for both parties.
The Jets get cap room to work some free agency magic and Sanchez has a more talented team with which he can potential revitalize his career with.
If it doesn't work out next year the cap hit is more doable and both parties part ways.
Just my 2 cents.