Re: How long can the Jets give Sanchez?
posted at 9/12/2011 11:25 AM EDT
In Response to Re: How long can the Jets give Sanchez?
[QUOTE]It was solid game from Sanchez, but the INT was brutal, the fumble was bad, he was almost picked late in the 4th again and he still misses what should be easy passes! Not debatable. He only hits on certain passes. Do people even watch these games? They scored their 1st td with 22 second left in the 1st half. The fact is, he really wasn't better than Romo. He wasn't. Romo just choked up the game at the end again. This proves that when you look at the mid tier or worse QBs in this league, Sanchez isn't capable if being better than those QBs. He may be somewhere in the discussion, but then you start to look at his TD/INT ratio, compl% and rating and he's 20-25 range. Let's face it, if Romo doesn't fumble, the punt block doesn't occur or the weak INT at the end does not happen, everyone is looking at Sanchez wondering why he didn't take advantage of an awful secondary. Dallas lost their top 3 CBS! This is like us starting Molden and a Safety! Dude, if you are glowing over that performance on that secondary, you have some serious issues. I'd be concerned knowing that even a team like Jacksonville, with a good D, will cause my QB problems next week. Buffalo is no slouch. Miami is no slouch on D. They have good CBs and good or solid front 7s. Here are the top 10 QBs in the league right now for argument sake: Brady Rodgers Brees Rivers Roethlisberger Matt Ryan Matt Schaub Cassel Josh Freeman Flacco Cutler Eli Manning Romo Agree, generally? I mean, FLacco was a 25 TD and 10 INT guy last year. He plays in a smaller market, so he gets less credit than a Sanchez type. And then, you have a bunch of young QBs who look quite good when you compare them to Sanchez: Fitzpatrick Bradford McCoy Stafford etc So, you have QBs who show more than what Sanchez shows and they are as good or better in WORSE circumstances (less of a run game, worse O Line, etc). Look at Ryan Fitzpatrick yesterday. That's another example. I thought he was good last year and just needed a better O Line and another weapon to work with and look his progression.
Posted by RidingWithTheKing[/QUOTE]
I agree with that. He wasn't better than Romo. There you are, like everyone else, saying that if Dallas had played mistake free football they would have won. Welcome to reality, buddy. No one plays mistake free football. And like everyone else, you want to extrapolate what may have happened if Dallas didn't make mistakes, but leave the Jets mistakes intact? And here's another thing... who in their right mind would have thought that Romo was going to beat up on the Jets secondary. So, should you take away a TD and 100 yards because that should not have happened?