There are many qbs never given a chance. Kurt Warner was undrafted and was stocking groceries before making the hof. Tom Brady was a 6th rd pick and on the verge of never getting a chance. Sanchez has been given every opportunity over 4 years and failed at every step. Dozens or hundreds of qbs are hoping for a chance. While Sanchez has proven to be a failure beyond a shadow of a doubt, Kurt Warner's are out there to be discovered. Maybe its Geno, maybe not, but the jets cants just throw in the towel because of a 1st rd bust in 2009.
Marty's job is to develop decent QB play this season and excellent QB play for the long term.
Buttfumble6 doesn't help with either of those missions.
Garrard and then Smith the only answer.
The Turnover Machine is done as early as June. No need to have him around screwing things up for the third season in a row.
I was referring to practice and knowing the playbook, learning the gameplan, instructing players in the huddle, executing drills, knowing the answers to questions at meetings, etc ... things you get from preparation.
Not to mention Jets West, which will be interesting to see what happens this summer.
The idea behind Jets West was to bond with teammates - especially the newbs - and get in sync without Jets staff around to micromanage everything. Plus to get away and chill in SoCal.Originally Posted by jetrider:
Preparation and looking good at practice was never Mark's problem.
It's on Sundays that he falls asleep at the wheel.
Only an east coast raghole would ridicule it and call it a publicity stunt.
I agree.I think he doesn't give a $hit. I hate to say that but it looks that way.
Seems he was motivated his first two years until one day he looked at his bank account and said, "Wow, I don't need to work another day in my life."
I'd consider us lucky to get a sixth