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About ScarletKnight89

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  1. Is Robbie Anderson Underrated

    She's terrible. But she's probably not wrong about Robbie Anderson. He made a couple of nice catches on deep balls last year but that's about it. There's zero proof that he is a good receiver. The Jets have to hope Stewart and Hansen can play.
  2. Sheldon takes bait, hammers Brandon Marshall

    Sheldon played well last year in the role he was asked to play. Graded out very well on PFF. It fair to argue him being the second best player on our defense after Leonard Williams.
  3. Whatever. It sucks but we aren't going anywhere this year anyway.
  4. No problem with these comments. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion on something like that.
  5. Sanchez is probably over criticized by a large portion of this fan base. However, he was the 5th pick in the NFL draft. I'm sorry, but he needed to be a high level player and he wasn't. He wasn't even consistent. He had his moments and played well in the big game, but consistently he couldn't get the job done. I disagree completely on Rivers. I believe we'd have been just fine with him.
  6. But again, you're discrediting any random game we lost where if he played like a high caliber player we might be able to win. He never elevated the team. He did a decent job on a loaded team and played well in the playoffs. He elevated his play in the playoffs. But so did the rest of the team... I'll take Rivers. He's better. End of story.
  7. Mark Sanchez was the 5th overall pick in the 2009 draft. You're not grading him on a fair scale. He had so many bad games as a Jets QB. Yeah, the game might not have fell squarely on his shoulders, but he played poorly in so many games. When you draft a guy 5th overall, you expect him to elevate your team. There should have been games we had where he carried us to victory. He couldn't do that, Mark Sanchez is not a better QB than Phillip Rivers. I'm not going to get into numbers because it's ridiculous. He's clearly a better player than Mark Sanchez who is hanging on to a job in this league by a thread while only being 30 years old.
  8. Mark had a knack for coming up big in a big spot. He played very well in the playoffs. But he could also lose any week to any team as well. Fitz played very well in 2015, he stinks but he had a good season. There were games we won with him that we may not have won with Mark. Not because Mark isn't as good, but because they are both shaky players at the position and either one could fall apart against any team in any game. More is expected out of guys like Peyton and Rivers than it is out of Mark. Mark was asked not to lose games. Peyton and Rivers were high level players who were going to be the reason there team either won or lost. In Marks first playoff game Rex asked him to throw the ball only 16 times. He did a good job in that game, but the Jets were clearly afraid of him airing it out. Rivers has played 9 postseason games and was only asked to throw the ball under 25 times twice. More was expected out of Rivers and obviously Manning because they were/are better players.
  9. This is where you overrate Sanchez. You give him to much credit for the 09 and 10 success. Because Mark Sanchez, a very at best average QB on a really strong team made the playoffs in his first two seasons in the NFL does not mean that he would have got the job done with the 2015 Jets. You're looking at it along the lines of "well he's clutch and has had some big wins for us, so we wouldn't have blown that game in Buffalo with him" when in reality Mark Sanchez has also helped give away games during his career with the Jets, or has just played games poorly where the Jets have gone on to lose. Maybe Mark does beat the Bills the final week in 2015, but maybe he doesn't pick up that clutch first down against the Giants on QB keeper a few weeks before that to keep the Jets hopes alive in a game they would go on to win. To make a blanket statement like "If we had him in 2015 our playoff drought would be over" shows how you overrate him. He's not Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Rodgers, etc. He's Mark Sanchez, a very average QB at best, at best....
  10. Going after Bridgewater would be a very Jets thing to do. But seriously. In the scenario where we couldn't draft a top light QB prospect in the upcoming draft, and Hack shows he isn't the answer, I wouldn't be against that move. The Jets have to figure out something at the QB position...
  11. How do you define a Franchise QB?

    A top performer at his position consistently year in and year out.
  12. AFC East Future Power Rankings

    The idea that the Jets can't win anytime soon is dumb. They're going to have a top pick and tons of Cap Space. Any team can rebuild very quickly in the NFL. Argument sake. Let's say Darnold has a great year at USC and declares. The Jets get the number 1 pick and take him, and then they use their cap space to build around him. In that scenario, why couldn't the Jets be really competitive a year from now?
  13. Flacco/Eli was his ceiling if everything came together. I think the Jets fell into a trap of believing that Sanchez was better than he really was after 2010. Because of that they felt him and some of the younger players could carry them. And so went guys like Woody, Cotchery, Edwards, etc
  14. But again, look at the performance of the QB in that spot. We were driving to take the lead and he throws a crucial INT that basically ended the game when he had a guy wide open if he just would have scanned the field. I'm not in love with Bowles, but I have to put that game into perspective.
  15. How is it awful coaching? The team didn't play well. Fitz was brutal, the D got off to an awful start. You can't just blame the coach when he's on the sidelines and the players are in the game.