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Jetsouth    15

“I need to understand where the mistakes came from,” Sanchez said after the game.

So does Rex in my opinion..

“I’m comfortable and confident with all three quarterbacks,” Ryan said. “I think all three guys have, now, proven they can win in this league.”

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Sperm Edwards    338,545

All he needs is a brain, a new set of nerves, and a good instincts transplant. Then add 8-10 above average players around him on offense and he'll be just fine. But the stupid Jets won't do any of these smart things.

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SMC    90,190

All he needs is a brain, a new set of nerves, and a good instincts transplant. Then add 8-10 above average players around him on offense and he'll be just fine. But the stupid Jets won't do any of these smart things.

I think a brain would do wonders, more than the others. It's sad and telling that he says he needs to understand where the mistakes came from. They're glaringly obvious on the screen. He can't see them on game film? He panick threw the 1st INT. Missed on a bomb TD to Schill because he was late on his read. Completely over threw the receiver on the 2nd INT and underthrew the receiver on the 3rd INT. All 3 shouldn't have been thrown in the first place.

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sirlancemehlot    31,900

All he needs is a brain, a new set of nerves, and a good instincts transplant. Then add 8-10 above average players around him on offense and he'll be just fine. But the stupid Jets won't do any of these smart things.

Thats just it in a nutshell. Sanchez was fair-to-middlin with a very good team around him, very good Oline, Braylon, Holmes, Cotchery, Keller, Tomlinson, Greene, a top five defense and lots of time to throw. Put him on the Texans and he might take you to the AFCCG. Of course that can be said of all starting and most backup QB's in the league. Give him a less than stellar surrounding cast and he's Ryan Leaf 2.0

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CrazyCarl40    49,436

I think a brain would do wonders, more than the others. It's sad and telling that he says he needs to understand where the mistakes came from. They're glaringly obvious on the screen. He can't see them on game film? He panick threw the 1st INT. Missed on a bomb TD to Schill because he was late on his read. Completely over threw the receiver on the 2nd INT and underthrew the receiver on the 3rd INT. All 3 shouldn't have been thrown in the first place.

No he didn't. Peterson just made a ridiculous play. The first two were bad decisions and throws. The third one was neither.

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#27TheDominator    203,589

I don't think it's not having a brain. He seems to be getting more and more tentative. Sometimes you need to go more on feel and less on brain. Not that he was so hot before, but he seems to overthink things and it's getting worse, not better.

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bitonti    36,751

I don't think it's not having a brain. He seems to be getting more and more tentative. Sometimes you need to go more on feel and less on brain. Not that he was so hot before, but he seems to overthink things and it's getting worse, not better.

i agree with this and maybe this benching will be a good step in his "development" - as you say it's not getting better.

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Gastineau Lives    3,793

I don't think it's not having a brain. He seems to be getting more and more tentative. Sometimes you need to go more on feel and less on brain. Not that he was so hot before, but he seems to overthink things and it's getting worse, not better.

It's the whole premise or the first chapter of a book I'm reading. "How We Decide". Of course they use Brady as an example, but other than that, it's enjoyable so far. Sanchez has no feel and never will.

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Gastineau Lives    3,793

No he didn't. Peterson just made a ridiculous play. The first two were bad decisions and throws. The third one was neither.

Not a bad throw? Then how did the CB catch a ball that was thrown to an open receiver? How was he even in position to?

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#27TheDominator    203,589

It's the whole premise or the first chapter of a book I'm reading. "How We Decide". Of course they use Brady as an example, but other than that, it's enjoyable so far. Sanchez has no feel and never will.

He used to seem like he did. He's streaky. It seems like when things go bad he doesn't trust himself. Unlike some of our other QBs (Clemens, what I remember from Browning Nagle, Foley) Sanchez showed some real flashes. If he were at another position I'd think he'd be a decent project. At QB? No thanks.

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PatriotReign37    31,232

All he needs is a brain, a new set of nerves, and a good instincts transplant. Then add 8-10 above average players around him on offense and he'll be just fine. But the stupid Jets won't do any of these smart things.

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CrazyCarl40    49,436

Not a bad throw? Then how did the CB catch a ball that was thrown to an open receiver? How was he even in position to?

Because he made a ridiculously awesome play that most corners cannot make?

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pointman    1,571

Sanchez is scared. He is playing scared and he is one of those feeble minded people who do worse. The benching destroyed any tiny bit of chance there was left.

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faba    117,901

Yet this scared boy gets tv stars to make out with-so do feel sorry for him

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Bleedin Green    73,956

Because he made a ridiculously awesome play that most corners cannot make?

I think you're both actually right on this one. The last pick was one, that if you looked at it in a vacuum or it came from a top notch QB, you wouldn't think twice about it nor give the QB too much crap for it. It was a great play made by the CB that you would have absolutely never expected him to make. That said, the ridiculous play he made wouldn't have even been possible if Sanchez had properly led Schilens, so he's hardly blameless either, considering Schilens was slowing up and reaching back rather than getting hit in stride. It just becomes even more difficult to give someone the benefit of the doubt in those kinds of situations when they've been playing as awful as Sanchez has.

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RutgersJetFan    84,004

Because he made a ridiculously awesome play that most corners cannot make?

I'm no physicist, but I do believe that the laws of the universe say that defensive backs can make good plays and quarterbacks can make bad throws at the same time.

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CrazyCarl40    49,436

I'm no physicist, but I do believe that the laws of the universe say that defensive backs can make good plays and quarterbacks can make bad throws at the same time.

Right, but it wasn't a bad throw. Sanchez made like two good throws like all game. This was one of them and the defender just made a ridiculous play. Even one of the ESPN NFL analysts said it was a good throw. It's easy to pile on Sanchez, he's an easy target, just do it on plays where he actually deserves it.

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RutgersJetFan    84,004

Right, but it wasn't a bad throw. Sanchez made like two good throws like all game. This was one of them and the defender just made a ridiculous play. Even one of the ESPN NFL analysts said it was a good throw. It's easy to pile on Sanchez, he's an easy target, just do it on plays where he actually deserves it.

Oh stop it. Of course it was. You can distinctly see Schillens pull up and even bend to the side because he was poorly led. It wasn't a horrible throw but it also wasn't very good either.

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Gastineau Lives    3,793

Right, but it wasn't a bad throw. Sanchez made like two good throws like all game. This was one of them and the defender just made a ridiculous play. Even one of the ESPN NFL analysts said it was a good throw. It's easy to pile on Sanchez, he's an easy target, just do it on plays where he actually deserves it.

This is where we are with this guy. We're actually discussing his GOOD interceptions.

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Jetsouth    15

I don't think it's not having a brain. He seems to be getting more and more tentative. Sometimes you need to go more on feel and less on brain. Not that he was so hot before, but he seems to overthink things and it's getting worse, not better.

It's what happens when a QB relies too much on what the playbook makes it look like and what happens in game.. he is way over thinking and complicating it.

He might get it straightened out by Sunday.

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SMC    90,190

No he didn't. Peterson just made a ridiculous play. The first two were bad decisions and throws. The third one was neither.

Look at the replay. Sanchez was late on the throw and underthrew Schill as a result. That's how Peterson was able to intercept it. Schill had to reach back for the ball and Peterson jumped his shoulder to get it. If Sanchez threw the ball when he shouldve it wouldve likely been a TD. Schill had separation but Sanchez blew it by waiting too long.

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CrazyCarl40    49,436

Look at the replay. Sanchez was late on the throw and underthrew Schill as a result. That's how Peterson was able to intercept it. Schill had to reach back for the ball and Peterson jumped his shoulder to get it. If Sanchez threw the ball when he shouldve it wouldve likely been a TD. Schill had separation but Sanchez blew it by waiting too long.

I've seen the replay and I saw it live on television. The third interception was a result of a ridiculous play by one of the best corners in the game. It wasn't a bad throw. Was it a perfect one? No. You Sanchez haters are ridiculous. Focus on the first two crap throws. Those were awful. Not the one where about 3 corners in all of football could have made that play.

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SMC    90,190

I've seen the replay and I saw it live on television. The third interception was a result of a ridiculous play by one of the best corners in the game. It wasn't a bad throw. Was it a perfect one? No. You Sanchez haters are ridiculous. Focus on the first two crap throws. Those were awful. Not the one where about 3 corners in all of football could have made that play.

Like Rutgers said, it was a good INT, but it was also a bad throw. A mediocre CB wouldve knocked the ball away. Schillens got hit in the shoulder with the ball because it was underthrown because you can clearly see that Sanchez was late on the throw. He waits, waits, steps up, then throws. If he had just thrown it when he shouldve Peterson would never have been able to make the INT.

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Sperm Edwards    338,545

I've seen the replay and I saw it live on television. The third interception was a result of a ridiculous play by one of the best corners in the game. It wasn't a bad throw. Was it a perfect one? No. You Sanchez haters are ridiculous. Focus on the first two crap throws. Those were awful. Not the one where about 3 corners in all of football could have made that play.

So that one wasn't on him? But he gets a statistical freebie because what's-his-name on Arizona dropped a perfect pick-6 pass and it's barely brought up. You're harping on far more about defending an underthrown deep pass than criticizing another awful pick-6 pass that was only saved by the opponent's incompetence.

I can't believe there is a single Jets fan left that has the energy to defend Mark Sanchez's embarrassing excuse for QB play. I don't get it. I mean you're a Jets fan and presumably you want to see them win a superbowl. Makes no sense to me.

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gEYno    247,974

I've seen the replay and I saw it live on television. The third interception was a result of a ridiculous play by one of the best corners in the game. It wasn't a bad throw. Was it a perfect one? No. You Sanchez haters are ridiculous. Focus on the first two crap throws. Those were awful. Not the one where about 3 corners in all of football could have made that play.

You're right. The interception was because Peterson made an amazing play. However, it wasn't a good throw, and while most DBs may not make the incredible pick, most would probably have broken up that pass, as it was definitely off target.

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gEYno    247,974

Like Rutgers said, it was a good INT, but it was also a bad throw. A mediocre CB wouldve knocked the ball away. Schillens got hit in the shoulder with the ball because it was underthrown because you can clearly see that Sanchez was late on the throw. He waits, waits, steps up, then throws. If he had just thrown it when he shouldve Peterson would never have been able to make the INT.

Beat me to it. Most CBs break up that pass. Great ones make the INT.

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SenorGato    13,223

All he needs is a brain, a new set of nerves, and a good instincts transplant. Then add 8-10 above average players around him on offense and he'll be just fine. But the stupid Jets won't do any of these smart things.

God I hate Tannenbaum.

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jack48    6,364

I have to read that blurb in the Daily News from Gary (Clueless) Myers about how Mark took Rex and Woody and Tanny to a Mexican Restaurant before the draft and ordered for everyone? How these tunas thought that this displayed leadership qualities to them, So knowing the difference between a chimichanga and a taco means you are going to be a good QB in the pros? Did he order hot or mild salsa? Maybe that would indicate if he has GM potential? This is the kind of brainpower and character evaluation we have at the top? It is like saying some soldier who can shoot straight on a shooting range will automatically be an asset in real battle. Tell me something Mark did in a real game that showed true leadership. I know Mark stinks, but it would be nice to think that all these other guys don't stink as much. Could they just do a little real research?Tell me that they just made an honest mistake and were not as clueless as Myers. Stories like this make me wonder.

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