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Posted 23 May 2014We hired a star player for really cheap, doesn't bother me too much if he doesn't want to compete in OTA's. Honestly never really take people missing out on that seriously anyway.
Posted 6 May 2014I 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.
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.
Posted 12 Mar 2014if he signs with NE, I'm buying a ticket and participating in a Revis jersey bonfire.
Posted 11 Mar 2014Jesus. This may be the craziest free agency pool I've ever seen. So many well-known players will be on the market. It's ridiculous
Posted 25 Feb 2014If we can at least get a receiver this FA I'll be satisfied, and if we can sign Vick for very cheap that's just as fine. Vick was sidelined with injuries so that definitely didn't help him, but I do think he'll be an upgrade over Geno for now. Geno still has to learn, and I think Vick should hopefully understand that he's going to be brought in as a mentor figure if he signs with the Jets.
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