Look, like it our not we had a traditional QB as a back up in Drew Stanton for about 2 weeks and then we decided to go after Tebow. I didn't understand it then and I still don't understand it today. But he's supposed to be the back up then let him start. I have never once heard of a team benching their starter and jumping to their 3rd string QB. Doesn't matter what we think Tebow can or can't do, he's the back up that's what he was brought in here to do. Frankly it doesn't matter if we were to start Tebow or McElroy because neither of them will play well and we'll likely end up losing the games they start either way.
It's really been seven years since Bollinger started a good portion of the season?! Time does fly!
Definitely a good point about Stanton. Trading him is the reason why certain fans are calling for the third stringer to replace Sanchez rather than go with Tebow. If that happens though, Rex and Tannenbaum are going to look completely daft; it would be a sign they have no confidence in Tebow being capable of starting at quarterback in the league and would make a mockery of the decision to trade draft picks to Denver for him. The New York media would have a field day with it too and you'd wonder whether either would be able to stay in their jobs at the end of season because of it. That's the main reason why McElroy will keep on wearing training gear on the sidelines.
Going back to the subject of the thread - Sanchez - yeah it's time to bench him. I don't hold much hope that his replacement will fare any better, however.