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"[Sanchez] would be the starter for us as soon as he walked in the door"

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JiF    125,351

He may not better than Henne but he's really not worse than Henne, same can be said of Cassell. Lombardi never liked him so Cleveland is probably out but you're kidding yourself if you think Sanchez doesn't get at least three phone calls the second he gets cut. 

 

Just based on what else will be out there... he's no worse the second best option. And to be clear, that doesn't mean I think all that highly of Sanchez. That means I think that little of Michael Vick, Chad Henne, John Freeman, Shaun Hill and Josh McCown. 

 

He's worse than Henne and Cassell.  Sanchez will get picked up...never denied that...he's terrible though.

 

Cut Bradford, save $10+ on the cap, draft Teddy Bridgewater at 2.

 

This.  Wouldnt be surprised at all.

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Klecko73isGod    123,121

He's worse than Henne and Cassell.  Sanchez will get picked up...never denied that...he's terrible though.

 

 

This.  Wouldnt be surprised at all.

 

Actually, they are all equally awful. 

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T0mShane    90,845

Could our O-line protect him? He seems to have a pretty quick release.

The quick release thing is the most overrated ish in history.

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joewillie78    25

The quick release thing is the most overrated ish in history.

Now DAN MARINO has nothing according to Sharpe. NO ring and his release is overrated. Sucks to be Marino these days doesnt it?

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Jetsfan80    72,329

Actually, they are all equally awful. 

 

Basically but among that group Henne is still the one I want.  His numbers have been OK while playing for the Dolphins and Jaguars, two awful organizations. 

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Klecko73isGod    123,121

Basically but among that group Henne is still the one I want.  His numbers have been OK while playing for the Dolphins and Jaguars, two awful organizations. 

 

 

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Bleedin Green    73,955

Welcome to the NFL, where most (if not all) coaches and GMs are so impressed with themselves that they think they can turn around any player, no matter how awful.  Combine that with how horrible QB play is for a large number of teams these days and I have absolutely no doubt that Sanchez can find himself competing for a starting job next preseason.  None of that changes that he's absolute garbage and will continue to be, no matter how much anyone thinks they can magically change him.

 

Forget for a moment all of the other arguments we've gone in circles on, the truth is I cannot honestly think of another starting QB who has had worse ball placement than Sanchez.  The guy cannot even properly hit his WRs in stride on slant routes, and that crap isn't going to change 6 years into his NFL career.  That reality will continue to keep his completion percentage down, his turnover rate up, and limit the ability of his receivers to make plays after the catch.  And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

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sirlancemehlot    31,900

Pops head up over snow fort..."Hey you guys!"

 

Jetnation turns with a sneer..."what do you want?"

 

Sirlance..."Mark Sanchez is still the best Quarterback on our current roster!"

 

Jetnation..."Die you hippie scum!"

 

Snowballs.  Iceballs.  And at least three rocks.

 

Sirlance..."you guys are dix."

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SenorGato    13,222

Id get a good laugh if Los Yets returned and brought him back on the cheap. Hes not Jimmy Humble**** but its not like I'm dying to bring Chad Henne or some other schlub in. Ill miss the comedy antics of Sanchez when hes gone. Im not sure ive laughed since his 2012 season, certainly not so hard.

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Jetsfan80    72,329

Pops head up over snow fort..."Hey you guys!"

 

Jetnation turns with a sneer..."what do you want?"

 

Sirlance..."Mark Sanchez is still the best Quarterback on our current roster!"

 

Jetnation..."Die you hippie scum!"

 

Snowballs.  Iceballs.  And at least three rocks.

 

Sirlance..."you guys are dix."

 

Mark Sanchez's 2014 cap number: $13.1M. 

 

Geno and Matt Simms 2014 cap number (combined):  $1.6M.

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joewillie78    25

Welcome to the NFL, where most (if not all) coaches and GMs are so impressed with themselves that they think they can turn around any player, no matter how awful.  Combine that with how horrible QB play is for a large number of teams these days and I have absolutely no doubt that Sanchez can find himself competing for a starting job next preseason.  None of that changes that he's absolute garbage and will continue to be, no matter how much anyone thinks they can magically change him.

 

Forget for a moment all of the other arguments we've gone in circles on, the truth is I cannot honestly think of another starting QB who has had worse ball placement than Sanchez.  The guy cannot even properly hit his WRs in stride on slant routes, and that crap isn't going to change 6 years into his NFL career.  That reality will continue to keep his completion percentage down, his turnover rate up, and limit the ability of his receivers to make plays after the catch.  And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

Bingo.

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joewillie78    25

Mark Sanchez's 2014 cap number: $13.1M. 

 

Geno and Matt Simms 2014 cap number (combined):  $1.6M.

That 13.1 should be stamped on the tombstone of one Mike Tannenbaum.

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Pac    26,339

Welcome to the NFL, where most (if not all) coaches and GMs are so impressed with themselves that they think they can turn around any player, no matter how awful.  Combine that with how horrible QB play is for a large number of teams these days and I have absolutely no doubt that Sanchez can find himself competing for a starting job next preseason.  None of that changes that he's absolute garbage and will continue to be, no matter how much anyone thinks they can magically change him.

 

Forget for a moment all of the other arguments we've gone in circles on, the truth is I cannot honestly think of another starting QB who has had worse ball placement than Sanchez.  The guy cannot even properly hit his WRs in stride on slant routes, and that crap isn't going to change 6 years into his NFL career.  That reality will continue to keep his completion percentage down, his turnover rate up, and limit the ability of his receivers to make plays after the catch.  And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LL8FHwqDTs

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Bleedin Green    73,955

 

Oh look, he has highlights!  You'll have to excuse me if that doesn't completely change my outlook on a player.  After all, I'm not trying to argue the guy has never had a single good play or even game to his career, but they're the exception rather than the rule.  The fact that some of these plays qualify as "highlights" for Sanchez when they'd be considered standard practice for a quality QB is pretty telling.  Besides, while there are certainly some very nice plays in there (that Houston drive certainly had me impressed at the time), others actually feature pretty mediocre throws which are really highlights of the WRs as opposed to him.  Some are even from games that Sanchez was a primary reason for the Jets losing; I mean come on, it's pretty sad when someone is desperate enough to go the tape of the Steelers AFC champ game to try to find Sanchez highlights.

 

You also have to love the hilarious irony that the first video that comes up on the right side when you click on this link is a video of his worst plays in 2012, which is approx 50% longer than the highlights of his career.

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Integrity28    60,538

The quick release thing is the most overrated ish in history.

 

Sorry, but that title belongs exclusively to "intangibles". 

 

I've got like 6-7 years of CPF to back up my argument.

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Integrity28    60,538

sanchez' agent is a clever man, lol

 

Yeah, this was a plain as day bit of marketing... not sure why it's been discussed in a serious way for 4 pages. 

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gEYno    247,970

He may not better than Henne but he's really not worse than Henne, same can be said of Cassell. Lombardi never liked him so Cleveland is probably out but you're kidding yourself if you think Sanchez doesn't get at least three phone calls the second he gets cut. 

 

Just based on what else will be out there... he's no worse the second best option. And to be clear, that doesn't mean I think all that highly of Sanchez. That means I think that little of Michael Vick, Chad Henne, John Freeman, Shaun Hill and Josh McCown. 

 

Is he really a guarantee to start over Hoyer in Cleveland?  Not so sure.

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T0mShane    90,845

Oh look, he has highlights! You'll have to excuse me if that doesn't completely change my outlook on a player. After all, I'm not trying to argue the guy has never had a single good play or even game to his career, but they're the exception rather than the rule. The fact that some of these plays qualify as "highlights" for Sanchez when they'd be considered standard practice for a quality QB is pretty telling. Besides, while there are certainly some very nice plays in there (that Houston drive certainly had me impressed at the time), others actually feature pretty mediocre throws which are really highlights of the WRs as opposed to him. Some are even from games that Sanchez was a primary reason for the Jets losing; I mean come on, it's pretty sad when someone is desperate enough to go the tape of the Steelers AFC champ game to try to find Sanchez highlights.

You also have to love the hilarious irony that the first video that comes up on the right side when you click on this link is a video of his worst plays in 2012, which is approx 50% longer than the highlights of his career.

Didn't the Jets bring in Jamarcus Russell for a tryout? You're right. Coaches always think they can fix someone else's garbage.

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T0mShane    90,845

Ok now, look, if Sanchez went to KC or San Fran and worked with those coaches, with that talent around him, and he was eventually forced into duty, I think he'd do well.

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