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NFL.com just flashed this on their screen crawler at the bottom:

To find a QB with a lower completion percentage than Sanchez through the first 5 games (48.4%) you'd have to go back 3 seasons to Jamarcus Russell in 2009.

How has this clown not been benched yet?

At least the Raiders knew when to cut bait.

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Tanny sucks, but Reese gets far too much credit than he deserves. He has the benefit of (1) having an elite QB and (2) following a philosophy that actually wins championships in this current NFL, i.e., rushing the passer.

Reese was getting killed last year for a woeful offseason, but that is forgotten after Eli nearly throws for 5,000 yds and wins a SB, making a UDFA a household name in the process and overcoming the fact that the team had the worst rushing attack in the NFL.

Then this year he bets on a DB with TWICE blown out ACLs and lets walk his affordable replacement.

Terrell Thomas was a great pick and was on the road to being a future star whom Reese gave a contract to based on health incentives. He'll get $1 mil for the year, but could have gotten 4/$24 mil (iirc) if he stayed healthy. Seemed like an equitable deal for both parties.

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NFL.com just flashed this on their screen crawler at the bottom:

To find a QB with a lower completion percentage than Sanchez through the first 5 games (48.4%) you'd have to go back 3 seasons to Jamarcus Russell in 2009.

How has this clown not been benched yet?

Know who was actually comparing him to Russell since almost day one statistically? Aten. Took a lot of flack at the time for it too. Think about that the next time Ape starts a thread.

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NFL.com just flashed this on their screen crawler at the bottom:

To find a QB with a lower completion percentage than Sanchez through the first 5 games (48.4%) you'd have to go back 3 seasons to Jamarcus Russell in 2009.

How has this clown not been benched yet?

He has Tebow rooting for him..

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That's because Cromartie is a team player to the media. Cromartie blamed himself for a crappy throw. Sure he could have dragged his feet. Sanchez also could have made a decent throw. Did Sanchez say that about himself? No. He said maybe he could have thrown it a little more in bounds by "a hair" as I recall.

I'm still waiting for a response showing links to all these times Sanchez blaming himself for others' shortcomings. Should be really easy, as you said he does this every week.

Sanchez has two proven track records:

1. Proving the need for him to play better.

2. Being a good teammate. He hasn't thrown people under the bus, and has been very accountable his entire time here.

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Terrell Thomas was a great pick and was on the road to being a future star whom Reese gave a contract to based on health incentives. He'll get $1 mil for the year, but could have gotten 4/$24 mil (iirc) if he stayed healthy. Seemed like an equitable deal for both parties.

WTF are you talking about? Yes, TT is a good player, but he was coming off TWO ACL injuries and although there were health incentives in the contract, that wasn't the point. The point is that Reese relied on him as a starter in that signing rather than putting him in, "compete for a starting job and prove you can stay healthy" mode.

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NFL.com just flashed this on their screen crawler at the bottom:

To find a QB with a lower completion percentage than Sanchez through the first 5 games (48.4%) you'd have to go back 3 seasons to Jamarcus Russell in 2009.

How has this clown not been benched yet?

Because Rex is terrified of Tebow. It seems obvious right now. Woody and Tanny wanted Tebow, Rex and Sparano didn't.

Sanchez is awful and they wouldve been better with Stanton as the backup.

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WTF are you talking about? Yes, TT is a good player, but he was coming off TWO ACL injuries and although there were health incentives in the contract, that wasn't the point. The point is that Reese relied on him as a starter in that signing rather than putting him in, "compete for a starting job and prove you can stay healthy" mode.

Not a huge Reese fan. He's good, but doesn't walk on water the way Bugg and T0m think. Still, they do have Prince and Webster. That's not too bad. Obvious that Tannenbaum deserves plenty of credit for moving up for Revis instead of sitting tight and taking Ross the way the papers expected. Reese seems to have a ton of injury prone quality players. Kiwanuka (sp?), Bradshaw, Thomas, Philips. Tuck is always getting dinged up. When they are healthy they are golden, but they rarely are. The Jets are currently moving toward that mode - see Landry, Laron and Schillens, Chad. Doubt Tannenbaum will get too much slack for the injuries with the way this board has whined about depth for years.

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Not a huge Reese fan. He's good, but doesn't walk on water the way Bugg and T0m think. Still, they do have Prince and Webster. That's not too bad. Obvious that Tannenbaum deserves plenty of credit for moving up for Revis instead of sitting tight and taking Ross the way the papers expected. Reese seems to have a ton of injury prone quality players. Kiwanuka (sp?), Bradshaw, Thomas, Philips. Tuck is always getting dinged up. When they are healthy they are golden, but they rarely are. The Jets are currently moving toward that mode - see Landry, Laron and Schillens, Chad. Doubt Tannenbaum will get too much slack for the injuries with the way this board has whined about depth for years.

They Jints don't have a lot of faith in Prince because of his injury history and demeanor, but they're forced to play him now. I like Reese, he's definitely better than Tanny, but he gets too much credit as you say.

As to their injury problems, Eli covers up for most of that. In fact, Eli has covered up for the fact that, for some reason, the Jints can't get to the QB this year.

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They Jints don't have a lot of faith in Prince because of his injury history and demeanor, but they're forced to play him now. I like Reese, he's definitely better than Tanny, but he gets too much credit as you say.

As to their injury problems, Eli covers up for most of that. In fact, Eli has covered up for the fact that, for some reason, the Jints can't get to the QB this year.

He really covered up for their crappy injury riddled offensive line. The Giants were devastated and still kept rolling. They couldn't run for sh*t either. I don't even like Eli that much, but he does the job. Oh, I almost forgot.... WEAPONS!

I'd kill for Carson Palmer. That's how bad things have gotten.

By kill do you mean a 1st and a 2nd?

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I'd kill for Carson Palmer. That's how bad things have gotten.

Like Dominator said, not at that price of a 1st rounder. That was an awful trade by the Raiders.

The Jets are in no man's land right now because they won't get a top pick next year to draft a franchise QB and they're not good enought, currently, to make the playoffs. So the only hope is that Sanchez takes some competency pills and starts playing like an NFL QB.

And, as for this Aten dick-sucking, Sanchez didn't play like Russell before. This is a horrible trainwreck of a performance and and cliff fall from last year. Sanchez, even as a rookie, never had a stretch like this. This is all new. It's a completely different variable. So unless you think Aten is Nostra*******damus, then there is no comparison. In other words, its the equivelent of convergent evolution.

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WTF are you talking about? Yes, TT is a good player, but he was coming off TWO ACL injuries and although there were health incentives in the contract, that wasn't the point. The point is that Reese relied on him as a starter in that signing rather than putting him in, "compete for a starting job and prove you can stay healthy" mode.

Yeah, no. They drafted Amukamara in the first last year, Jayron Hosley in the third this year, then took a $1 million dollar gamble on a good player in Thomas without having to rely on him for anything. So, that's wtf I'm talking about.

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Yeah, no. They drafted Amukamara in the first last year, the Jayron Hosley in the third this year, then took a $1 million dollar gamble on a good player in Thomas without having to rely on him for anything. So, that's wtf I'm talking about.

Thomas was inked to start. They had no plans in starting Prince this year. They didn't like his development, injury history, and demeanor. And the players hate him. How many times is JPP going to dump him in the tank? That's what I'm talking about.

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Thomas was inked to start. They had no plans in starting Prince this year. They didn't like his development, injury history, and demeanor. And the players hate him. How many times is JPP going to dump him in the tank? That's what I'm talking about.

Wow.

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Not a huge Reese fan. He's good, but doesn't walk on water the way Bugg and T0m think. Still, they do have Prince and Webster. That's not too bad. Obvious that Tannenbaum deserves plenty of credit for moving up for Revis instead of sitting tight and taking Ross the way the papers expected. Reese seems to have a ton of injury prone quality players. Kiwanuka (sp?), Bradshaw, Thomas, Philips. Tuck is always getting dinged up. When they are healthy they are golden, but they rarely are. The Jets are currently moving toward that mode - see Landry, Laron and Schillens, Chad. Doubt Tannenbaum will get too much slack for the injuries with the way this board has whined about depth for years.

LOL 2 SB victories helloooooooooooooo

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