Re: Brady vs Sanchez
posted at 2/3/2011 3:14 PM EST
In Response to Re: Brady vs Sanchez
[QUOTE]wow, you cant see it can you.... The guy makes plays when he is asked to. He has more than a handful of comeback wins already. That speaks for itself. Rusty, you can "hide" in the statistics all you want. If you could see past your fandom, you would see a QB that has a winning percentage against your team. How many losses did you have last year? How many were to the Jets...Maybe that is why you cant see him for what he is. A young QB that does what is asked of him and does it well enough to win, AND win when it matters. Big games, he comes out big. By the way you speak about the Sanchize you would think that he is a loser. He is not and he proves it to you and I hope he continues to prove it until you cannot hide in the stats. If by downhill from here means the same thing you said before this season started, I'll take it.
Posted by WeDerrWEDAT[/QUOTE]
Right, but you keep missing this fact:
1. NY just made a series of desperate short term moves to mask Sanchez's defeciencies.
Is Joe McKnight the answer behind LT and Shonn Greene? Is Shonn Greene a #1 back?
Will Edwards and Holmes be back next year?
How good is Dustin Keller? Is Keller a top 10 TE in this league?
NY has a lot of questions to answer on offense.
LT just said he would retire if cut. So, he's already whining.
2. NE is now finishing up its rebuilding movement. This means NE will be even better next year. This is bad news for the Jets and their expectations with Sanchise.
Translation: NE is trending UP, NY down. NY has caught both Indy and NE in mini-rebuild modes.
And this is where you are pointing to post season successes. That's fantastic. I am happy for you. This is the difference between edcuated Boston fans and deluded NY fans.
We would acknowledge our team getting lucky and having work to do to put it over the top.
YOU, on the other hand, think you are knocking on the door.
So, this is the best you'll see from Sanchez.
His mechanics are terrible, they feel a need to keep conservative with his playcalling in his second year and he's still not good enough to ride into the SB with as a starting QB. For every one good throw, he makes 3 bad ones.
WHy do you think his compl% is 54? It's horrendous, dude. Bradford was over 60% as a rookie with the Rams. Granted, that's very good for a rookie, but this is the point.
Sanchez is not that good.
He can't win you a game. He needs protection. He's had a top 5 run game in his first two seasons. Will he get that next season?
I give him credit for giving 100% out there, but he's not impressive.
Ask any fan from any team across the league and they'll say the similar things when you look at other QBs like Rodgers, Ryan, or even QBs like Flacco, Cutler, Bradford, etc.
He's a poor man's Cutler. That's exactly what he is. Over-confident, comes off unprepared at times, makes boneheaded decisions and is inconsistent. Each QB looks good on the run, though. Each can make a play when scrambling. I just dont' think that is enough.
The better young QBs show things. They show they have the ability to use their skills to win games, not stumble into victories against Detroit or Cleveland.
With every other young QB, 1 or 2 years in, he's clearly the worst of the QBs.
This eerily reminds me of the Chad Pennington thing from 5-7 years ago when Jets fans claimed he was as good as Brady.
You just can't make it up.