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Posted 24 March 2014 - 10:32 AM

http://nypost.com/20...tter-from-jets/

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Mark Sanchez deserved better from Jets
By Mark Cannizzaro
March 22, 2014 | 2:56pm



ST. LOUIS — In the end, after a five-year marriage that became rocky, the Jets’ treatment of Mark Sanchez was deplorable.
Breathe deeply, Sanchez haters. You know who you are, because you are everywhere. Based on the inflammatory Twitter reactions I received for voicing this same sentiment Friday about the poor timing of Sanchez’s release, I’m well aware that statement doesn’t sit well with you. I’m well aware the Jets made Sanchez a multi-millionaire, made him a star, a regular Page Six item for all the high-profile women he dated. That they drafted him perhaps higher (No. 5 overall) than he should have been with so little starting experience coming out of USC in 2009. That they gave him a ridiculous kiss-and-make-up contract extension in 2012 (with more than $20 million guaranteed) after their flirtation with Peyton Manning became public. I get all that. Hold off on the sad-story violin music for the fallen star who is financially set for life. What I do not understand is why, when the Jets knew all along — for months — they were going to move on from Sanchez going forward, they felt the need to bleed this thing out until Friday night, two weeks into free agency and with most teams already having addressed their quarterback vacancies.
By doing this, the Jets dramatically reduced Sanchez’s options for places to sign. Was that necessary?
You want to make the argument the Jets held onto Sanchez as insurance in case they were unable to sign Michael Vick? The Jets never had any intention of keeping Sanchez. They knew their fan base would revolt if Sanchez ever were under center again.
You want to make the argument it was the Jets’ prerogative to wait as long as they wanted — right up until his $2 million roster bonus deadline arrived on Tuesday — before releasing him? Of course it was, but does that make it right?
I get that the NFL, like every other professional sport, is a ruthless business and teams must look out for themselves first. But the way teams treat their players goes a long way toward helping them recruit top players.
A week ago, free-agent cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie chose to sign with the Giants over the Jets after visiting both teams. Maybe it only was about the money for Rodgers-Cromartie, with the Giants offering a sweeter deal. But maybe it was a choice of one organization over the other, too.
Jets general manager John Idzik, for whom the jury remains very much out, has not proven himself to be a very good recruiter. See his failure to add a free agent cornerback to his depleted secondary despite a plentiful market and gads of salary cap space.
The Jets, using the age-old, lame-old public relations ploy when the objective is to attract the least attention possible, announced the Sanchez release on their Twitter account at 6:22 p.m. Friday night with the sports world otherwise immersed in NCAA Tournament basketball.
At 6:26 p.m., the Jets’ Twitter account sent out a canned Rex Ryan quote, reading: “I’d like to thank Mark for everything he’s done for this team and me personally.’’
At 6:32, they sent out a picture of Vick signing his one-year, $5 million contract to replace Sanchez.
Classy stuff.
For all the negatives that seem to override anything good he did as a Jet, Sanchez was a good employee.
The “Buttfumble?’’
Not Sanchez’s fault, yet it is affixed to his legacy as permanently as that tattoo on Ryan’s right arm of his wife wearing a Sanchez jersey as a nightie.
When Sanchez was put into that preseason game against the Giants in the fourth quarter last August — behind a backup offensive line, after he already had won the starting job — and got his right shoulder mangled, how often did you hear Sanchez complain about that publicly?
Never. The injury ended Sanchez’s season and, effectively, his career with the Jets. Yet Sanchez, to this day, never has taken a shot at the Jets for their amateur-hour handling of that situation.
As it turned out, amateur hour extended from that 2013 preseason game right up until 6:22 p.m. Friday night.

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Posted 24 March 2014 - 01:23 PM

Personally, I like Sanchez. I think he could have been great here if he was given the right chance too. Give him some weapons and protection, he could have been good. Especially in Marty's system. I wish him the best. I think the best thing for him is a fresh start at this point and hope he is given another shot as a starter somewhere.
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Posted 24 March 2014 - 01:49 PM

How is the buttfumble not Sanchez's fault? Brandon Moore didn't twerk into Sanchez.
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Posted 24 March 2014 - 03:27 PM

Just another article trying to stir up controversy for the sake of it.

If Cannizaro focused on Sanchez being put into the preseason game against the Giants as an example of bad treatment or how not giving him a young QB friendly coordinator his first three years in the league stunted his development, then fair enough, but they are both water under the bridge now.

But the timing of his release can't really be seen as poor treatment. Sure his options are slightly more limited since players like Ryan Fitzpatrick and Matt Schaub had moved on elsewhere already, while Matt Cassel had signed an extension with the Vikings. But there are plenty of teams who Mark could realistically wind up with still yet to make their move. After all, there's one big event - the draft - that is still to come.

I like Sanchez and wish him all the best, but articles like this aren't fair on the Jets.

Regardless of how many moves at QB other teams have already made, Mark will land on his feet and wind up in a QB competition somewhere - he's too talented not to.
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Posted 24 March 2014 - 03:42 PM

I think Sanchez owed the Jets better.
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Posted 25 March 2014 - 03:06 AM

sanchez was dealt with wrong from the time they drafted him. you have to know your personel and create a successful environment to get back dividends. the jets never did that consistently.

sanchez's best weapons at one point was holmes, edwards, cotchery, keller, and a running game. but they never remained consistent and for whatever reason never upgraded their losses at

those positions. they even got worse on the off. line which also caused a regress in his play. it still remains to be seen if they will repeat the same mistake with geno.

I personally know a couple of nfl players that played for the colts, pats, tb., and one thing they mentioned to me is that teams are always trying to get better, so as a player you

know that you can be replaced. how is it then that the jets lose good players? pass on good players (draft/free agency),etc.?

just think, from the afc championships, the jets went from surrounding sanchez with holmes, edwards, cotchery, keller, LT to the likes of a clyde gates, greg salas and mike "2-guns" goodson?

c'mon man.
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Posted 25 March 2014 - 04:51 PM

One of the more ridiculous articles written in quite some time. Cannizaro just embarrassed himself. Sanchez was a failure. He was a top 10 pick and demonstrated he couldn't even be an average quarterback. He regressed every year and simply could not stop turning the ball over, wearing that silly expression on his face after every bad decision. While he did play well in spots in the playoffs, the Jets got there despite his regular season play.

Quarterbacking in the NFL is about one thing and one thing only: Decision making. Sanchez was a bad decision maker, especially while under duress. Physically, he can make all of the throws. And he is athletic. But his accuracy was suspect and he made bad decisions at the most inopportune times.

People can blame the coaching all they want to. I'm sure Tom Brady would have faltered had the Patriots hired Tony Sparano as their offensive coordinator... Ridiculous.

He is a multi millionaire because of a bad decision by Tannenbaum. Sanchez DOES NOT deserve better. So shut up fatboy and stop making a fool of yourself.
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Posted 25 March 2014 - 06:40 PM

yeah! shut up fat boy!

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 08:42 PM

Mark Sanchez got millions of dollars and plenty of model and actress pussy while with the New York Jets. So I'm not shedding any tears for him. I hope he has a great career and now that he's not a Jet anymore, he probably will.
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There are a few things I have realized about Mr. Jet over a few topics.

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Posted 05 April 2014 - 01:10 PM

From the headline I was honestly expecting it to read about how the organization never really gave him a chance to succeed. When a TE is your leading receiver the majority of your pro career, that says something in itself. Never had consistent receivers, O-line, run game. To me, those are the 3 things a QB needs in place to help him. Yes, some QB's can make the others better through their play, but Sanchez is no Peyton Manning, Tom Brady or Andrew Luck.

He's going into Philly knowing he's Foles' backup but he should thrive in Kelly's offense if he needs to be put in. He does only hold the Jets record for most comeback wins. When he got into a rhythm he did damage. After 2010, we'd get a nice drive going and then an absolutely horrible play would be called killing the momentum.
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Posted 07 April 2014 - 09:26 AM

Sanchez walked away with well over 50 million in cash while never completing 60% of his passes or pulling off a 1.5-1TD to INT ratio or an 80+ QB rating. I don't think sanchez is owed anything by this franchise. With that said, i agree that we did little to nothing to give him a really good chance at succeeding, and that he is still a talented QB and was thrown into a positon that very few QBs would have succeeded in.
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Posted 06 May 2014 - 10:35 AM

I wasn't going to comment on this topic but its been eating at me a lot.

Sanchez didn't get a raw deal he had two years with one of the leagues best teams around him. Sanchez was less than people thought he was. I'm tired of this nice guy crap and players deserve more because they are nice guys.This isnt a nice guy league. Its a best of the best league No one ruined him. He was taken out of college after only one year (by his own choice)and even his head coach said he wasn't ready. Sanchez chose to go into the draft on his own going against his college coaches advice. A great college coach with National Championships under his belt, with NFL experience, and now a Superbowl Championship to add to it.

Sanchez went for the money instead of listening to his experienced winning coach help him develop further so its all on Sanchez for going for the $ and also the Jets made a mistake picking a guy that clearly wasn't ready probably never be NFL starting caliber ready. Instead of trying to develop. Many teams start their rookie qb`s. Sanchez got put onto a great team. He never showed any type of progressive development from his first day to his last day. Sanchez made millions. Far more than he was ever worth. I dont care what the team put around him his last 2 years. His accuracy was terrible and it never improved. Sanchez never developed the ability to think under pressure or read defenses. That comes with purely experience on the field (which Sanchez had) not being taught by coaches. Fact is Sanchez never had what it took and even if he had a Superbowl caliber team around him Sanchez`s major flaws would have still remained.

The only ones that think Sanchez was an NFL starting caliber qb was biased apologetic Jets fans and maybe Rex. If it wasn't the case there are many teams that could have signed him to start and yet no one stepped up. He was signed to a team where he has absolutely zero chance of starting except due to injury. Even if Foles did get injured once he was healthy there is no chance Sanchez would keep starting job.


This list shows 9 teams that could use a quality qb but none of them wanted Sanchez. Obviously they know that Sanchez isn't starting caliber and didn't want the headache of two qb`s on their roster competing for a starting job that were unreliable. Ive stated many times Rex Grossman was very similar to Sanchez as far as accuracy and throwing ability except Rex Grossman was better because he could read defenses and yet the Bears had enough common sense to take his starting job away from him the year after his Superbowl appearance and then get rid of a lost cause.

http://www.nfl.com/n...backneedy-teams
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Posted 06 May 2014 - 10:41 AM

View PostROBJETS, on 06 May 2014 - 10:35 AM, said:

I wasn't going to comment on this topic but its been eating at me a lot.

Sanchez didn't get a raw deal he had two years with one of the leagues best teams around him. Sanchez was less than people thought he was. I tired of this nice guy crap and players deserve more because they are nice guys. No one ruined him. He was taken out of college after one year and even his head coach said he wasn't ready. Sanchez chose to go into the draft on his own going against his college coaches advice. A great college coach with National Championships under his belt, with NFL experience, and now a Superbowl Championship to add to it.

Sanchez went for the money and the Jets made a mistake picking a guy that would never be NFL starting caliber ready. Instead of trying to develop. Many teams start their rookie qb`s. Sanchez got put onto a great team. He never showed any type of progressive development from his first day to his last day. Sanchez made millions. Far more than he was ever worth. I dont care what the team put around him his last 2 years. His accuracy was terrible and it never improved. Sanchez never developed the ability to think under pressure or read defenses. That comes with purely experience on the field (which Sanchez had) not being taught by coaches. Fact is Sanchez never had what it took and even if he had a Superbowl caliber team around him Sanchez`s major flaws would have still remained.

The only ones that think Sanchez was an NFL starting caliber qb was biased apologetic Jets fans and maybe Rex. If it wasnt the case there are many teams that could have signed him to start and yet no one stepped up. he was signed to a team where he has absolutely zero chance of starting except due to injury. Even if Foles did get injured once he was healthy there is no chance Sanchez would keep starting job.


This list shows 9 teams that could use a quality qb but none of them wanted Sanchez. Obviously they know that Sanchez isn't starting caliber and didn't want the headache of two qb`s on their roster competing for a starting job that were unreliable. Ive stated many times Rex Grossman was very similar to Sanchez as far as accuracy and throwing ability except Rex Grossman was better because he could read defenses and yet the Bears had enough common sense to take his starting job away from him the year after his Superbowl appearance and then get rid of a lost cause.

http://www.nfl.com/n...backneedy-teams


Agreed, At this point it's pretty evident that this dude knew what he was talking about. Also this is buried somewhere in here but i remember even during his best year, he still had the most interceptions that were dropped by defenders.
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Posted 06 May 2014 - 10:55 AM

View PostROBJETS, on 06 May 2014 - 11:35 AM, said:

I wasn't going to comment on this topic but its been eating at me a lot.

Sanchez didn't get a raw deal he had two years with one of the leagues best teams around him. Sanchez was less than people thought he was. I'm tired of this nice guy crap and players deserve more because they are nice guys.This isnt a nice guy league. Its a best of the best league No one ruined him. He was taken out of college after only one year (by his own choice)and even his head coach said he wasn't ready. Sanchez chose to go into the draft on his own going against his college coaches advice. A great college coach with National Championships under his belt, with NFL experience, and now a Superbowl Championship to add to it.

Sanchez went for the money instead of listening to his experienced winning coach help him develop further so its all on Sanchez for going for the $ and also the Jets made a mistake picking a guy that clearly wasn't ready probably never be NFL starting caliber ready. Instead of trying to develop. Many teams start their rookie qb`s. Sanchez got put onto a great team. He never showed any type of progressive development from his first day to his last day. Sanchez made millions. Far more than he was ever worth. I dont care what the team put around him his last 2 years. His accuracy was terrible and it never improved. Sanchez never developed the ability to think under pressure or read defenses. That comes with purely experience on the field (which Sanchez had) not being taught by coaches. Fact is Sanchez never had what it took and even if he had a Superbowl caliber team around him Sanchez`s major flaws would have still remained.

The only ones that think Sanchez was an NFL starting caliber qb was biased apologetic Jets fans and maybe Rex. If it wasn't the case there are many teams that could have signed him to start and yet no one stepped up. He was signed to a team where he has absolutely zero chance of starting except due to injury. Even if Foles did get injured once he was healthy there is no chance Sanchez would keep starting job.


This list shows 9 teams that could use a quality qb but none of them wanted Sanchez. Obviously they know that Sanchez isn't starting caliber and didn't want the headache of two qb`s on their roster competing for a starting job that were unreliable. Ive stated many times Rex Grossman was very similar to Sanchez as far as accuracy and throwing ability except Rex Grossman was better because he could read defenses and yet the Bears had enough common sense to take his starting job away from him the year after his Superbowl appearance and then get rid of a lost cause.

http://www.nfl.com/n...backneedy-teams



So for over a month you couldn't stop thinking about this article?
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Posted 06 May 2014 - 11:00 AM

View PostJetsfan0099, on 06 May 2014 - 11:55 AM, said:

So for over a month you couldn't stop thinking about this article?

Correct. I didn't want to reply while people were constantly crying about a guy being given millions for pure sh*tty league worst in many areas play wasn't spoon-fed enough. I waited till it died down.

At least you didn't come back and try to bring some off the wall delusional argument reply. The fact that no team that needed a qb wanted him at all speaks more than words ever could.
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Posted 07 May 2014 - 01:37 PM

ugh!! deserved better? how many lives can one cat have? Jets rolled out red carpet for Sanchez. He was coddled too much. Remember when we had MLB guys in to teach him how to slide? the guy was truly never in fear of losing his job because we never applied pressure until the org thought he was cooked here.

If anything the Jets are guilty of overly fucking around with the roster. Musical chairs at the Wr position really hampered his growth as a QB. Thats probably the only thing we did that was truly bad for him. The addition of Santonio was overkill for the franchise. I remember the year we got Holmes he was suspended for the first 3-4 games. Sanchez put up real good numbers with Bray, Keller and Cotch as his main targets. We were scoring in the mid to high 20's for those 4 games. The game Holmes came back was against the Packers and we didn't even end up with the field goal and got beat 10-0. That was the turning point. Too much overkill and typical Tannenbaum getting F.A happy. Holmes was likely the piece that killed the Jets and Sanchez to be honest.

This shit Sanchez deserved better is complete bullshit. He made a joke of this franchise toward the end with his play. I never was a fan of his from the beginning. He was given a lot of opportunities but in closing the guy was never meant to be. I think Joe Gibbs said it best. "It truly doesn't matter what the talent level is like around a QB. If he's meant to be a starting QB he'll be one".. I'm so done with him and all is apologists.

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Posted 08 May 2014 - 06:43 AM

View PostS-Dubb, on 07 May 2014 - 02:37 PM, said:

ugh!! deserved better? how many lives can one cat have? Jets rolled out red carpet for Sanchez. He was coddled too much. Remember when we had MLB guys in to teach him how to slide? the guy was truly never in fear of losing his job because we never applied pressure until the org thought he was cooked here.

If anything the Jets are guilty of overly f***ing around with the roster. Musical chairs at the Wr position really hampered his growth as a QB. Thats probably the only thing we did that was truly bad for him. The addition of Santonio was overkill for the franchise. I remember the year we got Holmes he was suspended for the first 3-4 games. Sanchez put up real good numbers with Bray, Keller and Cotch as his main targets. We were scoring in the mid to high 20's for those 4 games. The game Holmes came back was against the Packers and we didn't even end up with the field goal and got beat 10-0. That was the turning point. Too much overkill and typical Tannenbaum getting F.A happy. Holmes was likely the piece that killed the Jets and Sanchez to be honest.

This shit Sanchez deserved better is complete bullshit. He made a joke of this franchise toward the end with his play. I never was a fan of his from the beginning. He was given a lot of opportunities but in closing the guy was never meant to be. I think Joe Gibbs said it best. "It truly doesn't matter what the talent level is like around a QB. If he's meant to be a starting QB he'll be one".. I'm so done with him and all is apologists.

Last Sanchez post of my life.

9-0. And I think Holmes' presence actually was the difference in the playoff win in Foxboro. Other than that, I completely agree with your assertion that he was coddled. The Jets gave him every chance to succeed. He just didn't have what it took. He is a career backup.
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Posted 11 May 2014 - 01:46 PM

View PostCamenzind, on 08 May 2014 - 07:43 AM, said:

9-0. And I think Holmes' presence actually was the difference in the playoff win in Foxboro. Other than that, I completely agree with your assertion that he was coddled. The Jets gave him every chance to succeed. He just didn't have what it took. He is a career backup.


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Posted 20 May 2014 - 04:18 PM

View Postazjetfan, on 24 March 2014 - 04:42 PM, said:

I think Sanchez owed the Jets better.


Me too. He got his money. They NEVER should've taken him. That was their mistake. Poor Mark...gtfo
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Posted 20 May 2014 - 06:25 PM

Oh my God can this post please die? I'm sorry I started it damn lol...an illustrious man once said, "this is so zzzzZZzzzZZZzzzz"
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