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If Sanchez had the exact same game he had yesterday while wearing a Jets uniform half the people defending him in this thread would be calling for his benching (Tom Shane I am looking in your direction.)

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Look what Mark Sanchez can do with a little bit of help

By Steve SerbyNovember 3, 2014 | 10:30am

 

Look what Mark Sanchez can do with a little bit of help

 

Eagles can't stop raving about Mark Sanchez

 

They might be calling him Señor Savior in Philadelphia.

 

Mark Sanchez doesn’t have to worry about Tony Sparano sending Tim Tebow in to run the wildcat. He doesn’t have to worry about playing garbage time in the Snoopy Bowl. He doesn’t have to worry about throwing the ball to Stephen Hill. He doesn’t have to hear “Buttfumble” taunts from the stands.

 

There is, after all, a division title to win.

 

And he might have to win it for the Eagles.

 

Nick Foles went out with a broken collarbone Sunday and Señor Savior — the artist formerly known as Sanchize — saved the 6-2 Eagles in Houston.

 

Sanchez came off the bench in the second quarter to throw a pair of TD passes — one of the two interceptions was not his fault — and engineered a clutch 15-play, 80-yard, fourth-quarter TD drive that consumed more than eight minutes.

 

Sanchez sealed his own fate in New York with his 52 turnovers in his last two seasons as a Jet. But he will have a chance to state his case now. He didn’t get to throw the ball to Jeremy Maclin in New York. He didn’t get to hand off to LeSean McCoy. He didn’t play for a brilliant offensive head coach like Chip Kelly.

 

Rex Ryan might want to keep that tattoo. Sanchez will be in hot demand on the free-agent market after the season. Good for him.

 

All the rookie WRs the Jets don’t have

 

Yes, Jets GM John Idzik recently added a talented playmaker in Percy Harvin — too late for Rex Ryan, too late for Geno Smith, too late to save the season.

 

There was an abundance of wide receivers in the draft who could have helped the Jets, but Idzik drafted Jalen Saunders (already an ex-Jet) and Shaq Evans (on IR) in the fourth round and Quincy Enunwa (practice squad) in the sixth round.

 

Now read this and weep, Jets fans — a list of rookie wide receivers making an impact this season:

 

Sammy Watkins (Bills): 38 catches, 590 yards, five TDs

 

Mike Evans (Bucs): 32 catches, 460 yards, four TDs

 

Odell Beckham Jr. (Giants): 10 catches, 106 yards, three TDs

 

Kelvin Benjamin (Panthers): 40 catches, 589 yards, five TDs

 

Brandin Cooks (Saints): 43 catches, 470 yards, two TDs

 

Jordan Matthews (Eagles):32 catches, 313 yards, three TDs

 

Donte Moncrief (Colts): 16 catches, 216 yards, one TD

 

John Brown (Cardinals): 24 catches, 326 yards, four TDs

 

Allen Robinson (Jaguars): 43 catches, 488 yards, two TDs

 

Jarvis Landry (Dolphins): 30 catches, 301 yards, three TDs

 

Martavis Bryant (Steelers): 10 catches, 107 yards, five TDs

 

Davante Adams (Packers): 24 catches, 263 yards, two TDs

 

 

Jesus Serby is a ******* doosh.

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Any win that Sanchez delivered to the Jets fans I was grateful.

 

It is a shame that the Jets bungled his career so horribly, with such inept coaching, that he didn't have a chance to show what he was capable of.

 

If, again if, Sanchez delivers W's for the Ehgles, it will be another indictment against those that say "but Rex never had a chance with a QB". 

 

Sanchez did plenty of bungling on his own. 

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Yup, but it just may be that the Jets staff made it WORSE.

 

You mean the same staff that managed to win 20 games Sanchez's first two years in spite of his ridiculously below average play?

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More relevantly to today's discussion, the staff that is now under .500 in total career wins, can't seem to make any decisions that better the play of the team, is in a tail spin that is historic to the Jet franchise (imagine that!) and can't seem to understand today's game.

 

Yes, that staff.

 

Ok, so bad coaching staff meets bad QB and lack of success ensues. Your point?

 

Sanchez was sh*tty all by himself and arguably held this team back those first two years. Two GMs and the coaching staff have made bad personnel decisions and a once promising team has now been gutted and is hitting rick bottom. 

 

I hate people who pretend Sanchez was in any way not responsible for the debacles of 2011 and 2012. 

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Who forced Rex into making Holmes a Captain?

 

Woody Johnson. Rex didn't have captains in 2009 and 2010 and didn't want them in 2011 but Woody pushed for it because he desperately wanted to make Sanchez the face of the franchise. When it blew up so badly in 2011, Rex went back to assigning weekly gameday captains. 

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If you're not in the locker room, how did you come to the conclusion that Rex is a good coach?

 

You know that cuts both ways, right?

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Woody Johnson forced Rex into naming Holmes as a captain? Link?

 

No... he forced him into naming captains. Rex still chose the captains. But if it were really Rex's choice he would have not had captains. 

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I was sick with a migraine and was puking my guts out yesterday. I had the Red Zone on for background noise and it seemed that every time I looked up Sanchez was turning the ball over. 

 

Read though this this morning to get caught up and all I can say is: :rl: :rl: :rl: - This thread was an RJF, EY, dbatesman tour de force yesterday! Great, great stuff. 

 

But the post of the week is this:

 

the Jets dont lose and Mark Sanchez proves what a worthless football player he is. what a great day. 

 

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Kudos to you,19andOhWait. Kudos to you!

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How come the media isn't all over Eli Mannings 5 INTs yesterday if this were the Jets we all know the story. 

 

That's easy. Eli's won two Super Bowls. He doesn't have to be good anymore.

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30 for 43 for over 300 yards.....Ill take those 2 INTs if we're scoring 40+ a game. Look guys, the kid is good, and we f---- up. Its really that simple. He playing great. And I had to say this, but most great QBs make a couple plays every game that make you puke......because they usually surround those plays with 30 completions, 300 yards, 40 points and wins. And thats pretty much what he's been doing so far.

Its the same Sanchez we saw here, the one that won four road playoff games, before Tebow came and Clyde Gates became his number one receiver. lol

 

:face: 

 

There is no metric under which Sanchez is "playing great."

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He's playing great for Mark Sanchez, because he was written out of the league a year ago, so hes probably h3ading for comeback poy. He's playing great for a backup QB, 3-1 and keeping his team in the playoff hunt.

He has 1200 yards in 4 games, completing 63%......idk. id say the only metric under which he ISNT playing great is on a Jets forum. lol

The Sour grapes metric.

 

No, he's not. 

 

He's likely only to get one or two more starts. The second Foles is cleared to play, Sanchez sits. 4-5 starts ain't gonna be enough to win Comeback Player of the Year. 

 

At least two turnovers a game is horrible for anyone. 

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The only metric under which he is playing great is The Self Flagellation Metric. He's also doing well on the I Told You It Was The Wepinzz and The Coachings scale.

 

It's simple. He plays bad defenses he's doing great. He plays a semi competent defense, he looks like the same dog sh*t we had here.

 

They were SUPPOSED to beat the Texans, the Panthers and the Titans.

 

But, he doesn't even play all that good against bad defenses as he has turned the ball over at least twice against literally every defense he has faced. 

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The only metric under which he is playing great is The Self Flagellation Metric. He's also doing well on the I Told You It Was The Wepinzz and The Coachings scale.

 

It's simple. He plays bad defenses he's doing great. He plays a semi competent defense, he looks like the same dog sh*t we had here.

 

They were SUPPOSED to beat the Texans, the Panthers and the Titans.

 

Sanchez is the smart kid in the slow class. 

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Hes gonna make it very hard for Foles. I wouldnt be so sure, he doesnt takes his job.......simply because he's BETTER than him. Sanchez sits at 5-1, lets say, and FOlesy comes in and tanks a game and a half.......uh oh. lol

And if a lackluster Foles has them limping into the playoffs, they may very well want the guy with the proven postseason track record. Foles can very easily become Sanchez' b-----. This isnt Tom Brady coming back.

Either way, he will be starting somewhere next year (if not Philly).

Btw, hes averaging 1.5 ints a game......thru 4.

 

 

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Yeah, but see its after 4 games. lol so, its really meaningless. The fact is it is 6 ints and 3 of them were in garbage time. Hes 3-1, gobbling up yards, 63%........and sh*tting on the fools we have under center. Like I said, the jets forum is the only place on earth where he isn't playing well. I know its painful, but he WILL be starting next year, and then we have a long time to revisit yhis conversation.

Show me a list of qbs who have ever gone 30 for 43.......and suck. lol

 

http://www.nj.com/eagles/index.ssf/2014/11/mark_sanchez_report_card_2.html - A C- is not playing well. 

 

http://www.csnphilly.com/football-philadelphia-eagles/mark-sanchez-philadelphia-eagles-tennessee-titans-nfl-turnovers - This guy disagrees with you. 

 

Be honest, this is either you or Smashmouth, right:

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Where did this notion come from that Sanchez played poorly in the AFC title games come from because that wasnt said on JN after either game.

Or perhaps it was revisionist history created after 2011-12 when things went bad.

 

I'm guessing you didn't read the board after we lost to the Steelers.....

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The Eagles have the worst OL in the NFL due to injuries. Behind that line they put a backup who missed a year himself due to an arm injury, playing a new system for which he had zero experience prior to being thrown to the fire.

The Eagles lost those games on Defense, not Offense. Like Rex Ryan, Chip Kelly only knows one side of the ball and the play of the Secondary makes that abundantly clear.

SAR I

 

Oh for ****'s sake! Let it go already. 

 

You whined for years on JI over the Jets passing on Matt Leinart and now you are bemoaning the loss of Sanchez and defending his consistently sh*tty play in the most moronic way possible. 

 

Just be wrong. Just shut the **** up and accept that you have sh*tty taste in quarterbacks, dude. 

 

Mark Sanchez sucks. Be happy he's no longer doing this to us. 

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I agree with a lot of what you're saying about Sanchez - He looks good often and can win with a  top 5 running game and top 5 defense...But when asked to win a game for you he way too often will make that one BIG mistake that costs you the game.

 

He often looks very good - but those mistakes are the reason I'm glad he's gone and the reason he should be an NFL back-up...

 

Listen to yourselves. I could win with a top 5 running game and top 5 defense. 

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