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Sanchez had lower lows but overall it's not even close right now.

Those playoff performances against elite teams are beyond comprehension with Sam right now.

Both should have stayed another year at USC.

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1 minute ago, Beerfish said:

Impossible to tell.

Darnold joined the most talentless awful team in the league and nothing was added for his three years.

Sanchez came onto a team with a great, oline, running game and defence.

honestly, imagine if darnold was on that team.  

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Just now, Beerfish said:

Impossible to tell.

Darnold joined the most talentless awful team in the league and nothing was added for his three years.

Sanchez came onto a team with a great, oline, running game and defence.

This.

Sanchez was terrible on a loaded Super Bowl caliber team. Darnold has been largely terrible (with flashes of brilliance) on a moribund, talentless disaster.

My guess is that if Darnold walked onto a team like the 2009 team he'd be way better, but how could you know?

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They both suck, its like choosing if I want to be shot or bled to death

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Sanchez had a better team and coaches around him.

 

Sanchez still doesnt throw the pick sixes or the pick in the end zone. Those were just awful decisions. Calvin Johnson would not have ever had a chance to catch those.

 

 

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If we take Sanchez do we get Braylon, Santonio, LaDainian, Mangold, D’Brick with him?


Only if we get Xavier Rhodes and are able to run a confusing man/zone look.


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To be honest, you give darnold that o-line with Thomas Jones, Braylon Edwards, Santonio Holmes, Dustin Keller and Cotchery - with THAT defense - he’d be taking us to an AFC championship game too.

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Sanchez had a well built team around him. Sam does not but Mark was clutch n had moxy at times. As of now Sam is skittish. Lacks confidence. 

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WOW.....

Am I gonna have to pick the soft USC QB with 4 playoff wins over the arguably more talented soft USC QB? 

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14 minutes ago, chirorob said:

honestly, imagine if darnold was on that team.  

I don't even know what this means anymore 

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I don't even know what this means anymore 


It means pretend Darnold played with the same offense as Sanchez. Against an imaginary team that doesnt play man underneath against curl routes.


Try to keep up please. Lol



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17 minutes ago, Spoot-Face said:

More successful: Sanchez

More talented: Darnold

 

Also, better roster support: Sanchez, by far

This is a fair take 

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Darnold is crap, but when it comes to individual performance, he's still better than Sanchez in every measurable way.  The only thing Sanchez has going for him among fans, is that the wound from him isn't nearly as fresh.

Long-term, Darnold will just be another on the long list of crappy Jets QBs that were part of terrible Jets teams.  Sanchez, on the other hand, was far and away the single worst player on a couple of the most talented rosters in team history, and is the primary reason that they failed when they did.

Darnold most definitely sucks, but it'll simply take about 2 seconds to find times Sanchez was even worse.

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Darnold is more skilled and has done more with less than Sanchez ever would. But we have no O-line, no running game, not a single NFL wide receiver or tight end. No one will be successful here. Sanchez mind you had 3 HOF caliber O-Lineman with all-pro starters at every positon on O-line, he had a decent tight end, 3 pro bowl wide receivers and an HOF RB.

Darnold throws for 40+ TDs with that 2010 Jets team and we win a Super Bowl. This team, this season is depressing. 

Sanchez is more accomplished but Darnold is way more talented. 

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Sanchez ended his career as a Jets bust, but at least had some wonderful memories to hang his hat on.

Darnold unfortunately will likely just be known as the face one of the worst eras in Jets history. 
 

Kevin Harlan said it on the broadcast. That trade is the reason why both teams are where they are. 

 

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Sanchez played great during two postseason runs. 

Sam can't even put together consecutive games of average play. 

I miss the Rex and Sanchez years. 

I'm already ready for a new HC and new QB. 

Darnold was all hype coming out. Never had the Mayfield heart. Allen arm or Lamar talent; Darnold tricked us but he sucks. 

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Please.  Mark Sanchez is the second-best quarterback in Jets history.  

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1 hour ago, TeddEY said:

Who is the superior Jets QB?

Who cares. They are both failures.

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Sanchez never completed more than 56.7% of his passes with a Super Bowl roster.

Sam’s story would be so much different if he was given that talent.

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I say Darnold, because we know beyond a shadow of a doubt that Sanchez was godawful, independent of the Jets.  How do we know this?  Because he failed miserably at 4 different stops after the Jets.  In 2016, he had the starting job in Denver handed to him on a silver platter.  How did he respond?  By sh*tting himself and handing the job right to 2015 7th round rookie draft pick Trevor Siemian.  He was out of the league by the time he was 28.

Darnold at least has a chance to salvage something of a career at his next stop(s), perhaps even getting a few QB1 opportunities.  Until he fails elsewhere, I can't put Sanchez ahead of him.

That being said, the fact that this vote is so close is just sad and pathetic.  Sanchez was an abomination.

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Darnold is more talented but Sanchez is the better “Jet” QB due to the playoff wins 

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