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    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    The problem seemed more in the question and followup because there was no common frame of reference.

    Mweg said that you didn't need accuract QB but then gave an example of Favre who had no worse than a 59% compl. percentage which is nearly 4 points better than Sanchez' best and 12 points higher than Tebow.

    The interviewer shouldve followed up the question by asking, "Are you saying that Favre is your example of an 'innacurate' quarterback?" If Mweg said yes, then the interviewer shouldve pointed out the difference between the completion percentages.

    Sanchez hasn't even been close to being mediocre compl. percentage wise.
    Phil Simms except for the Bowl game against the Bronco's wasn't accurate either..

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    Mornhinweg lives and dies by big yardage plays so yeah of course he believes this. If he calls 30 30+ yard plays a game and hits half that is 450 yards. Problem is Sanchez isn't a big play QB. Glennon or Smith maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMC View Post
    Sanchez hasn't even been close to being mediocre compl. percentage wise.
    40% of the passes Sanchez threw behind the LOS went incomplete.

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/splits...2/mark-sanchez

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    40% of the passes Sanchez threw behind the LOS went incomplete.

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/splits...2/mark-sanchez
    TX, did you put "Original Patsie Troll" above your avatar? Or was that SOOTH? Just noticed it. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crasherino View Post
    Thanks - Does that mean he won't get fired????
    no, but he will get paid. Regardless of whether Rex is let go and the new guy want to go in a different direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    TX, did you put "Original Patsie Troll" above your avatar? Or was that SOOTH? Just noticed it. LOL.
    Yea, that was Sooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    40% of the passes Sanchez threw behind the LOS went incomplete.

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/player/splits...2/mark-sanchez
    so 60% of the time he is 100% accurate

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Yea, that was Sooth.
    Take it as a compliment.

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    Sanchez is going to be the Week 1 starter. There's about a 10% chance he'll actually finish the season, but he'll be starting on opening day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    Sanchez is going to be the Week 1 starter. There's about a 10% chance he'll actually finish the season, but he'll be starting on opening day.
    He's praying that the Jets open on the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Mornhinweg lives and dies by big yardage plays so yeah of course he believes this. If he calls 30 30+ yard plays a game and hits half that is 450 yards. Problem is Sanchez isn't a big play QB. Glennon or Smith maybe.
    Sanchez's "big plays" are usually big for the opposing team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    From Tony on his site

    Ryan Nassib having dinner with the Jets tonight...

    Marty Mornhinweg and company at workout and loved his passing today...

    To a question regarding this as a smokescreen:



    and if Jets are looking at him at #9:



    Tony's writeup:

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    If there were any questions about his passing skills leaving the combine, Ryan Nassib answered them all today with an impressive pro-day workout.

    The signal caller threw 75 passes under the guidance of his coaches, former NFL offensive coordinator Paul Hackett and former All Pro signal caller Ken Anderson. All but four passes were caught. Three passes were dropped by receivers while the fourth was a catchable pass yet just slightly high of the mark at the end of the workout.

    Nassib significantly improved his downfield accuracy and the placement of his deep outs. The long passes did not float as much as they had in the past and all his throws had excellent speed. Most impressive was the accuracy and speed Nassib displayed on his move throws late in the workout. Despite the grinding routine throughout the workout Nassib swiftly sprinted outside the tackle box and was dead on passing in motion.

    Nassib is scheduled to have dinner with the New York Jets this evening, offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg included.

    http://www.draftinsider.net/
    Saw Nassib here in person against Mizzou this past year, and I was impressed. He took some big hits early and still brought 'Cuse back at the end to beat us. He's got enough arm, and is pretty tough.

    Wouldn't mind him in the 2nd at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwave81 View Post
    Saw Nassib here in person against Mizzou this past year, and I was impressed. He took some big hits early and still brought 'Cuse back at the end to beat us. He's got enough arm, and is pretty tough.

    Wouldn't mind him in the 2nd at all.
    Can he run?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    Can he run?

    He was pretty mobile behind the LOS and in the pocket, threw a LOT on the run, but a 'runner' he ain't...

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    From Tony on his site

    Ryan Nassib having dinner with the Jets tonight...

    Marty Mornhinweg and company at workout and loved his passing today...

    To a question regarding this as a smokescreen:



    and if Jets are looking at him at #9:



    Tony's writeup:

    Syracuse
    If there were any questions about his passing skills leaving the combine, Ryan Nassib answered them all today with an impressive pro-day workout.

    The signal caller threw 75 passes under the guidance of his coaches, former NFL offensive coordinator Paul Hackett and former All Pro signal caller Ken Anderson. All but four passes were caught. Three passes were dropped by receivers while the fourth was a catchable pass yet just slightly high of the mark at the end of the workout.

    Nassib significantly improved his downfield accuracy and the placement of his deep outs. The long passes did not float as much as they had in the past and all his throws had excellent speed. Most impressive was the accuracy and speed Nassib displayed on his move throws late in the workout. Despite the grinding routine throughout the workout Nassib swiftly sprinted outside the tackle box and was dead on passing in motion.

    Nassib is scheduled to have dinner with the New York Jets this evening, offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg included.

    http://www.draftinsider.net/

    PLEASE NO RYAN NASSIB. This guy is goig to be an awful NFL quarterback

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage69 View Post
    Phil Simms except for the Bowl game against the Bronco's wasn't accurate either..
    That was close to 30 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJames View Post
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...e-quarterback/


    Maybe im reading too much into this, but that sounds a lot like Tebow.
    Get by?? What about Obama? Teh J E T S cheer on the White House Lawn?


    Get by?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    He's praying that the Jets open on the road.
    +1000
    The 1st mistake by Sanchez especially early in a game will get ugly quick if he starts if its the Jets opening game at home!

    But, the flip side is, what if Sanchez starts & has all his weapons, Holmes, Kerley, TE, Hill, a new rookie RB & he has one of his best games ever running Marty's WCO?
    It's not completely out of the realm of possibility.
    While I'm not a huge fan of Sanchez, something tells me San Fran doesn't sniff a Superbowl if they lost Crabtree & Vernon Davis for the season & started Shonn Greene instead of Frank Gore.
    Everything needs perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetster View Post
    +1000
    The 1st mistake by Sanchez especially early in a game will get ugly quick if he starts if its the Jets opening game at home!

    But, the flip side is, what if Sanchez starts & has all his weapons, Holmes, Kerley, TE, Hill, a new rookie RB & he has one of his best games ever running Marty's WCO?
    It's not completely out of the realm of possibility.
    While I'm not a huge fan of Sanchez, something tells me San Fran doesn't sniff a Superbowl if they lost Crabtree & Vernon Davis for the season & started Shonn Greene instead of Frank Gore.
    Everything needs perspective.

    I agree 100% but it won't matter. Even if Sanchez has a great opening game, his first incomplete pass and especially his first turnover will bring all the haters out again. Once a player is on the fans **** list in NY there's no going back. Good thing the fans don't impact the game though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetster View Post
    +1000
    The 1st mistake by Sanchez especially early in a game will get ugly quick if he starts if its the Jets opening game at home!

    But, the flip side is, what if Sanchez starts & has all his weapons, Holmes, Kerley, TE, Hill, a new rookie RB & he has one of his best games ever running Marty's WCO?
    It's not completely out of the realm of possibility.
    While I'm not a huge fan of Sanchez, something tells me San Fran doesn't sniff a Superbowl if they lost Crabtree & Vernon Davis for the season & started Shonn Greene instead of Frank Gore.
    Everything needs perspective.
    Sanchez had one of his best games ever last season on opening day ...

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