Sanchez isn't going anywhere. The contract was renegotiated before the draft, it wasn't done in response to Geno Smith still being available.
I just read about Dbrick re-structure and immediately thought as all did with one extra bonus I think no one will mind, Braylon Edwards B****es. I would really like to see Edwards back in the mix, especially with a rooky QB.
Geno, like it or not, is in the cards, but it also creates room to sign BE and bring him back into the fold. cutting Tbow almost pays for BE. With this we can concentrate elsewhere in late rounds in hopes we get a nugget.
May, I say may just turn out to be a good thing, but only if the Sanchez/Tblow drama ends.
Quick how many teams right now are playing a QB they drafted, that was a clear cut franchise QB and actually looked it last year? 3, 4, MAYBE 5 at most. You make it sound so easy. If they arent a top ten pick they arent a clear cut franchise QB. Half the time even those guys dont fit that bill. Plan and simple if the guy your about to draft has a better chance at a future then the guy you have it is a good pick. The fact we could take a 6th round QB in this draft and likely do that means nothing. The lower wate the less talented they will be. There are 3-4 QBs on the board with a 2nd round grade. Passing on them for a 3-4 round grade doesnt give you a better chance at finding a QB that will help you this year.
That's pretty fu**ing funny.......lol!!!!!!!!!"Hey D'Brick, it's John Idzik....Hey, how about we restructure you so that you have a different QB to protect this year?"
D'Brick: "Where do I sign?"
They aren't cutting sanchez this year. Even if they bring in Geno, that's Geno/Garrad/Sanchez. Geno could be a bust/Garrard could get hurt and Mcelroy/Tebow are hot garbage.
Sanchez will be on the roster for a while. If Geno comes into camp and looks amazing, MAYBE they cut Sanchez...mayb.
That said, re-signing Moore does little in alleviating the OL as he was part of said problem. His best years are pre-surgically behind him and at best he would be a stopgap. Pass.
Additionally, that approach ignores what I originally posited; that there truly isn't a QB worth taking in the next couple of rounds that outstrips the value of a player at another need position.
I don't believe the Geno rumors, just like I didn't believe the Nassib ones...
I do believe the Jets are looking to move up ahead of Arizona for qb, though.
Doesn't really seem like the media knows what the Jets want and they are either guessing or listening to smoke from the Jets, other teams, or agents.
Sal Pal said on ESPN that Jets execs were calling teams about trading up in the second round. I really don't want to trade away any draft picks. You can take Sean Renfree (Pennington 2.0)in the fifth. Otherwise you have to give up picks for Geno. Geno also has that Pennington accuracy(which you need in the WCO)