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does that still work for helping spread the cap hit over 2 years? i don't know the specifics of this to know if it is still a viable option?

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Something like $8.5M this year, and another $4.5M next year in cap charges if he's a June 1 cut this year. Or just about exactly what it would cost to keep him for 2013 and cut him at the end of next season. So it's doable if they're absolutely hell bent on getting him off the roster but they can't find a trade partner willing to take on any of his salary.

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f the cap. cut him

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Something like $8.5M this year, and another $4.5M next year in cap charges if he's a June 1 cut this year. Or just about exactly what it would cost to keep him for 2013 and cut him at the end of next season. So it's doable if they're absolutely hell bent on getting him off the roster but they can't find a trade partner willing to take on any of his salary.

thnx

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Obsessed, holy sh!t, Sanchez isn't the sole reason the Jets sucked this year.

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Obsessed, holy sh!t, Sanchez isn't the sole reason the Jets sucked this year.

but yeah he pretty much was. sure there was some other smaller amounts of blame to go around. but when you lose a fumble every game and throw a pick 6 every other game along with 2 other picks, and are the reason a new phrase that is synonymous with complete failure of assclown proportions is introduced to the game then yeah you are single-handedly losing games for your team.

drafting sanchez was one giant BUTTFUMBLE!!

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The Jets need to decide what they want to do. They may need to sacrifice 2013, and just purge the dead weight, and be players in 2014.

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If the Jets designate him a June 1 cut they will take a cap charge of $12.353 million in 2013 and $4.8 million in 2014. The bottom line is that we are probably stuck with him next year. Because of our cap situation I think its best to at this point to rework his deal to defer a good chunk to 2014 when its more reasonable to take the cap charges.

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but yeah he pretty much was. sure there was some other smaller amounts of blame to go around. but when you lose a fumble every game and throw a pick 6 every other game along with 2 other picks, and are the reason a new phrase that is synonymous with complete failure of assclown proportions is introduced to the game then yeah you are single-handedly losing games for your team.

drafting sanchez was one giant BUTTFUMBLE!!

The receivers sucked, the running game was sporadic and you want to blame 1 guy? McElroy got sacked 11 times, fumbled and threw a pick.

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The receivers sucked, the running game was sporadic and you want to blame 1 guy? McElroy got sacked 11 times, fumbled and threw a pick.

fact: mcelroy sucks too

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There's no way they play him. You cannot keep him on the roster, even if he does not suit up. Useless as t!ts on a boar.

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The receivers sucked, the running game was sporadic and you want to blame 1 guy? McElroy got sacked 11 times, fumbled and threw a pick.

Kerley wasn't all that bad.

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fact: mcelroy sucks too

Fact: the o-line played like sh!t

Fact: receivers sucked

Fact: running backs were avg

Fact: OC sucked

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Kerley wasn't all that bad.

Agreed he's a good #3

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Fact: the o-line played like sh!t

Fact: receivers sucked

Fact: running backs were avg

Fact: OC sucked

if this were the first year sanchez sucked.....i might say ok fair point. but it's been 4 years and the dude is getting worse and now he's just putting the team into insurmountable situations.

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if this were the first year sanchez sucked.....i might say ok fair point. but it's been 4 years and the dude is getting worse and now he's just putting the team into insurmountable situations.

Poor coaching and surrounding him with mediocre wr's and he should get better? He has lost all confidence and that matters.

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Poor coaching and surrounding him with mediocre wr's and he should get better? He has lost all confidence and that matters.

so you are in the camp that hasn't given up on him and thinks he needs another shot?

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so you are in the camp that hasn't given up on him and thinks he needs another shot?

I'm trying to be rational.

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Agreed he's a good #3

And he was the only receiver to step up this year. I would argue he could be a decent #2 but it depends who's playing opposite of him.

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And he was the only receiver to step up this year. I would argue he could be a decent #2 but it depends who's playing opposite of him.

I agree with you, he stepped up, but did fumble a few as well

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I'm trying to be rational.

ok. but, imo, if he were a good qb surrounded by completely inept talent that would be apparent. but as it is you can watch what he does and it's apparent he's not. locks onto receivers, makes horrible decisions with the ball, is inaccurate, has terrible pocket presence, very narrow field vision, can not hold onto the football and just generally is not very good at playing professional level quarterback in the nfl.

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ok. but, imo, if he were a good qb surrounded by completely inept talent that would be apparent. but as it is you can watch what he does and it's apparent he's not. locks onto receivers, makes horrible decisions with the ball, is inaccurate, has terrible pocket presence, very narrow field vision, can not hold onto the football and just generally is not very good at playing professional level quarterback in the nfl.

So you've been ripping him since he started?

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So you've been ripping him since he started?

no i kept wanting to give him a chance to prove he would become the player we wanted him to be. he isn't and never will be

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I agree with you, he stepped up, but did fumble a few as well

True. But I'll take his few fumbles over all the turnovers Sanchez committed all year.

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The Jets were awful this season. The offense wasn't good last year either. But good QBs make things work. They might not always win, might suck at times, but they show signs of greatness. Aaron Rodgers was sacked like 50 times this year, and while he didn't have a year like last year when they went 15-1, he still had like 39 TDs and 8 interceptions. And they really don't have a running game. Their defense still stinks.

Sometimes a great QB makes the entire team better. They don't always win the super bowl, but they sure as hell keep the team a contender year in and year out. The sad reality is Rodgers has 5 years experience as an NFL starter. Sanchez has 4 years as a starter.

True, Rodgers spent the first 3 years backing up Favre, but would Sanchez be any different if this were his first year as a starter? Not with this coaching staff.

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