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I have the perfect group to greet the fans as they enter the stadium and they could play throughout the game..Yakety Sax - YouTube
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DerekLarsson2 wrote: > "Sanchez may not be a HOF qb, (to be polite) - but there's absolutely NO WAY he's responsible for that teams problems."I agree. Sanchez has actually played very well in stretches. His problem is with consistency, and not with being incapable or lacking talent. But the Jets had some big, big injuries this year. Had they not lost some key players, then they might have 2 more wins and 2 less losses now. Maybe even 3. That would be a big difference. So on paper they were definitely a possibility for The Playoffs this season.The fact that with all their problems, they could still end up going .500 is worth making note of. But I think they'll still end up falling just short of that ....
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tedyboy wrote: This injury issue is BULL!! Injuries happen to EVERY team in the NFL period!! Players get hurt,that's why the rosters are as large as they are.They probably should be larger. I'll go out on a limb here and say that the Pats would not have been as successful over the past 10-12 years if they had gotten these high picks and had to pay big $$ accordingly. You need to have very very deep talent to compete all year in this brutal environment.I actually believe because the Pats usually draft so far down in the order,they get to spend less on a few individuals,and more on depth talent. Say what you will about the Jets,but when they started signing superstars,they reaped rewards initially,but are now paying the price by not having the bench strength to compete all season long. And finally,if this guy didn't get hurt or that guy didn't pull a hammy,and blah,blah, blah,then everybody might have beaten everybody else.Are you sh#*ting me??
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Hunter07 wrote: Sanchez may not be a HOF qb, (to be polite) - but there's absolutely NO WAY he's responsible for that teams problems. - From a couple of articles I read earlier this year, (if true) - there's a LOT of "front office stuff" going on almost daily.
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Jimbothekid wrote: Hunter07 wrote: Sanchez may not be a HOF qb, (to be polite) - but there's absolutely NO WAY he's responsible for that teams problems. - From a couple of articles I read earlier this year, (if true) - there's a LOT of "front office stuff" going on almost daily.I agree 100%. In Sanchez's first two years he brought the Jets to the playoffs including an upset of the Patriots in the playoffs. Last year, he had 26 TD's to 18 INT's, and a completion percentage of 56%. Not awesome, but not too bad really. This year, they have a ton of injuries, a crappy offensive line and weak receivers, to go along with a mediocre running game. And, to top it off, Tim Tebow waiting in the wings, for whatever reason. Last night, Sanchez had a couple of nice drives back to back, so what do the Jets do? Take him out and bring in Tebow for the Wildcat. Dumb, dumb and dumb. The problem is in the front office. Sanchez CAN'T win in New York, especially with Tebow there. He needs a new location and I think he will be a much better QB.
Sanchez had no shot:
Sanchez regressed every year and I think another team will see that and take a shot at him…which could be lucky for the Jets if they can unload his contract, because while Sanchez could be decent he’s like “Cougar” from Top Gun with the Jets. I actually don’t mind Rex because he does take it on the chin when he doesn’t succeed and I think he could be a good head coach if he realizes that they’ve been a rebuilding offense since he’s gotten there. He can come up with some very good defensive schemes and if they can have a functional offense, they could be a team to worry about. I just don’t think that it’ll be next year and I kind of expect to see a Holmes vs. McElroy fight.
Posted: 12/18/2012 7:26 PM
Because there are horrible people in the world, New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez received death threats from a Twitter user following a poor performance against the Tennessee Titans on Monday night..
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said Tuesday the league is aware of the threats and that NFL security has followed up with Jets to assist. Aiello told NFL.com this is standard procedure in cases such as this..
Sanchez has faced a mountain of criticism as he's struggled through a difficult season. The Jets announced Tuesday that Greg McElroy would start in Sanchez's place on Sunday against the San Diego Chargers..
Sanchez threw four interceptions in a 14-10 loss to the Titans that eliminated the Jets from postseason contention. He has 50 turnovers since the start of the 2011 season, more than any player in the NFL..
Of course, that doesn't mean his physical well-being should be threatened because of it. Dumb, dumb, dumb..Credit: The Drudge Report.Death threats is a tad nuts, - it's football, sports entertainment, not real life.
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...After Sanchez and the Jets suffered an embarrassing loss on national television Monday night against the Tennessee Titans, Head Coach Rex Ryan informed Sanchez that he was benched for the remainder of the season. On Tuesday, Ryan then announced that third string quarterback Greg McElroy would come off the inactive list to start in front of Tebow.
Loyalty and trust is everything in team sports, and in life. Tebow showed his teammates and his coaching staff unconditional loyalty, and endured more disrespect than any player I've ever seen.
And all Tebow got in return was to be humiliated one last time.
This public humiliation of a man who deserved it the least will not be the legacy of Tebow. It will be the legacy of Rex Ryan.
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