Re: Mark Sanchez to be Fined for Body Language
posted at 11/5/2010 4:04 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Mark Sanchez to be Fined for Body Language
[QUOTE]Kinda crazy that you guys are all calling Sanchize a bust. He was good enough to get us to the AFC championship game last year. He has us sitting at 5-2 right now. You weren't calling him a bust when he beat you in week 2. You all forget very quickly... Sure he is still learning, still growing into that complete QB that we have been looking for. So far this year he is still having his ups and downs. I blame Schottie Jr. for most of his issues. Last week we had at least 9 drops. Cant blame the kid for that. As for this ridiculous system where he gets fined for body language, I think it is a joke...Sure he needs to grow more as a leader but fining him for body language cmon.
Posted by WeDerrWEDAT[/QUOTE]
Drops, or are they inaccurately thrown balls???
THere is a difference. You can't make excuses for you overrated WRs who run routes he doesn't even look to, and then when he tries to hit them on those routes, the ball is poorly thrown.
The bottom line is, it's easier to throw down the middle, because QB's hips are more controlled, which means his body is more in line with the target.
His mechanics are poor.
You are flat out deluded if you think Mark Sanchez "led the Jets" to the AFC title game last year,
Let's not go over this again. We all know NY backed in, they ran it down Cincy's depleted front 7 and then did it again to SD the next week.
Good job, by the O Line and the D, but this why we make fun of people like you.
You aren't getting it.
You need a QB to win in this league. Sanchez is not really mature, has faulty mechanics that are fixable, but look at the spotlight they have created and how they feel their approach (making weekly comments about how good they are) will help them.
It appears they opeend up the playbook off the Bye and it confused him. How this is a good sign to you, I have no idea.
I'd be VERY concerned.
One other factor:
He's not good in less than perfect weather. He's better in a dome or ideal weather conditions.
He plays outdoors in NY, so this is not a good thing.
What you will see is, smart teams try to defend against his roll outs and plays that feature him out of the pocket.
In other words, he's Mike Vick with less athleticism or a worse version of Ben Rapelisturd.
Mark Sanchez downplayed the dropped passes (six, by my count) from his receivers/running backs and accepted the blame himself.
Of course, it was hardly all his fault, but he needs to be much more accurate if the Jets have any chance of reaching the Promised Land.
Let’s break down the numbers: Sanchez completed 16 of 38 passes (42%). Even if we take away the six attempts that resulted in drops, he’s at 50% (16 of 32). Sanchez didn’t attribute his inaccuracy to the swirling Meadowlands wind, but Santonio Holmes admitted that it did play a factor on a few plays.
The bigger question was why the Jets didn't get Sanchez out of the pocket more often on the bootlegs that had worked so well during the five-game winning streak. The second-year quarterback had been very successful with those misdirection plays.
Instead, the Jets only called two designed roll-outs.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/jets/2010/11/jets-rewind-analyzing-the-good-4.html#ixzz14RMq8WcS
And the really UGLY reality of Mark Sanchez besides his lack of maturity and Jat Cutleresque issues.....Compl%:
Look who is dead last, and that includes back ups/spot starters.http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/stats/byposition?pos=QB&conference=NFL&year=season_2010&sort=41&timeframe=ToDate