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Seriously doubt Sanchez is really any good. Give it a few weeks of DCs looking at him on tape. But he's a better QB that Smith ever was(emphasis on past tense). Which is faint praise. But again calls into question who is making the decisions about personnel and their lack of competencel.

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The Cam Newton commercial; what ever it is he is doing in the gym isn;t working so well. 

 

Still don't buy Sanchez is any good. But....uh....what can you say about this.

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Amazing how chip kelly can be an offensive specialist and still field a better defense than our defensive mastermind no?

OHBOYILLTELLYA GROUND AND POUND ONE OF OURS 2 OF YOURS! 

 

Remarkable that other NFL coaches actually are involved in all aspects of the they team as opposed to simply one unit. How novel; perhaps Robert Wood Johnson the 3rd can take this into account going forward.

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When Sanchez is playing from behind and is under pressure, that's when we'll know if he's turned the corner or not. Masochists, all of you. 

It is like watching your ex GF get really hot and put out a whole bunch more for the next guy.

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2 clear problems with the Panthers-

 

1. Ron Rivers WEARS HIS SUNGLASSES AT NIGHT.

 

2. Captain Munnerlyn is not really a captain in any police nor military nor boat of any kind. 

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That is really an effed up Schottenheimer play call. 

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Newton plays QB like he's worried about being late for a party.

What an awful performance. Gruden doesn't usually knock anyone in case he decides he wants to go back to coaching, and he is tonight rightly ripping Newton a new one.

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"My son perished from pneumonia after washing my Prius in a rain shower. We used his corpse for mulch and recycled his fillings."

"We loved our dead son, even though we let him play in the rain and in traffic".

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you're over tired. do you need some tummy time? rex has a job for you.

 

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wait eagles despite having DemZZ weaponSZZ recognized an all time historically good draft for WRs and selected a 2nd round WR who is actually contributing??? sanchez-to-rookie WR boy that smarts.

C'mon. You ALWAYS take a defender in the 1st  round even if he plays a position badly  you already have covered. We need to be top 5 vs. the run, none of this fancy forward pass scoring TDs stuff for the Jets.

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QUESTION #1 MR. IDZIK-We're locked in a salary fight with our best defender an all world corner. Will you trade him on Day !?

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Why is Idzik talking like a celebrity in an Old Navy commercial?

Why would he be talking for the new York Jets at all a after week 17 is the bigger question.

 

Not sure Sanchez is much of a QB. But a good coach like Kelly looks at what he can do and builds his offense and play calls around that instead of scaring the poop out of him with red/yellow/green-Ground & Pound nonsense. And if you show some confidence in what Sanchez can do instead of worrying about his weaknesses he can at least be effective to a point. "Crossers" pointed out Revis told Schitty repeatedly to run the no huddle and roll Sanchez out because that cut down on his thought process and limited what he had to process, i.e.. less field to deal with, less to think about. And instead they scared the daylights out of him with DON'T FUMBLE. It's also how you bring in Tebow and treat him like a fullback because that was your desiree offense instead of looking at what the Broncos did with him that worked, ilke getting him wide and matched up against guys his size or smaller, where he could do some damage. Running him between the tackles was pointless. but it's GROUND & POUND. But this is what happens when your HC is goddamn idiot. 

 

Again, may be neither Sanchez nor Tebow have any business being an NFL QB. But you plug round pegs into round holes, not square ones. Chip Kelly is only asking Sanchez to be a round peg into a round hole. 

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And very fast...you notice that? That first drive they were up at the line zing 10 yards right back at the LOS and a sweep, boom boom boom before you know it the Mexican once again is a Mex-i-can not a Mex i-can't. He even went in head first just like his rookie year. The Jets offense NEVER plays that way, they are so slow and plodding and predictable 

At a loss why with 350+ DL guys offenses aren't pushing the pedal to the floor to make big lumbering defenses tired and quickly with uptempo quick calls. And we have Ryan running a Woody Hayes offense and taking the full play clock before running every play. Now could be defenses will adjust to what Kelly is doing and do less subbing. But right now it's very effective, and something that would never occur to Ryan.

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The Jets fan agony will be incredible. Sanchez starting playoff games the same week Rex is fired. Oh, the glory.

Better than that, what if he faces Drew Stanton in a playoff game. 

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The people who should be trolled are the ones who always insisted that Sanchez was already and would always be a terrible QB, who are now using a couple decent games under a different coach to condemn the staff here. 

 

No doubt that the Jets handled Sanchez' development poorly, but there's also little doubt that when a junior QB with 16 starts enters the NFL, he's gonna struggle. It's not entirely surprising that a kid who does have some talent is starting to get it together in his sixth year in the league. And even then, he hasn't exactly shown that he's over his tendency to turn the ball over. Really, he's not even at the level of Nick Foles, yet. This new narrative that the Jets somehow gave up on him prematurely is pretty funny, too. The coaching staff screwed up, the front office office screwed up by giving him that ridiculous extension, and Sanchez himself screwed up by coming out early (although, it obviously got him paid). 

 

I always liked the kid, and always thought he might eventually be able to get it together. Be a serviceable game manager, anyway. It's a little premature to say he's there yet, however. He's still throwing interceptions and fumbling the football at roughly the same rate he did with the Jets. 

Guilty. 

 

But the difference is 2 fold-Sanchezs havimg swam this 500 yards of drainpipe filled with poop has probably grown up a bunch.

 

But bigger is he has a coach that only trusts him, asks him to play within himselF and, doesn't scare the daylights out of him about DON'T TURN THE BALL OVER. If you want somebody to fail drill that negative message into them instead of being postive and playing to their strengths. And run plays that play to his ability-rollouts, quick hits to WRs on screens,backs and TEs in the flat, the hurry up and with the backstop of Shady McCoy. If you give defenses time to set by taking the proverbial full playclock like Schitty, you are hurting Sanchez. It's an odd thing but he has always been more effecitve in the hurry up. But that compromised the Jets' CS's ability to call some complicated play from the back of the book.

 

Watched Sanchez with Philly and notice he hasn't wasted a timeout yet nor had some dumb sub ruin a set.

 

The difference is coaching.

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Chip Kelly is winning with Andy Reid's team. 

 

The bold is exactly what Bill Parcells did with Vinny Testaverde to positive results. But it's all about the results. I've said many times, and again in the post you quoted, that the Jets screwed up Sanchez's development. Schottenheimer was terrible and Sporano was worse. But him not improving is still a chicken and egg argument, IMHO. It's not shocking that he's producing more in his sixth year in a wide open offense, just as it's not shocking that he's still throwing interceptions at virtually the same rate. 

There's something to be said for not screwing up things that are working. In the immortal words of my late dad, If it's working DON'T F___ WITH IT. LIke Hem Edfwards frocing Vinny Testavered into the WCO. But I digress...

 

But the bold is really important. Ryan views offense as a necessarty evil instead of an opportuniy to succeed. WHich is why he will talk all day about his defense being 4th ranked vs. the run , but won't say much at all about the offense. A head coach has to know and be involved in both sides of the ball. And Rex RYan never has been. The Pettine/Crossers stuff is really chapter and verse on how little Ryan gets involved with the offense.

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LOL that's who I thought you were talking about until I saw "part deux" part. Sad thing is we probably should've turned in the card for this Geno Smith at least he's a CB. better him than the guys Idzick scouted at his local Stop N Shop.

It was jarring to hear Brent Musburger say "Gino Smith" over and over tonight as the Bama defense got torched for 44 points in a win. 

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