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Subject: Opinion Appears to be Converging
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 18:15:41 +0000 (UTC)
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Mark Sanchez NYJ
C/att yds TD Int Total DYAR Pass DYAR Rush DYAR
9/22 124 0 1 -105 -105 0
Go back and re-read the last six entries and then let it
sink in that we are only just now getting to the Jets.
Also, there are two quarterbacks left to go. Sanchez
did hit Jeremy Kerley for a 43-yard gain from the 50, which
technically counts as Seattle's half of the field. Beyond
that point, though, he went 0-for-4 with an interception
and a sack. Sanchez's first third-down pass was a 10-yard
gain on third-and-9. That was his only third-down completion
of the day. After that, he went 0-of-6 with an interception
and two sacks. This was not the worst third-down performance
of the week either. While I'm here, I'll mention that Tim Tebow
had more touches than he has in any game this season. He went
3-of-3 passing for 8 yards, one first down, and 12 DYAR. And
he rushed four times for 14 yards, two first downs, and 6 DYAR.
Is Jets QB Tim Tebow really that bad?
November, 12, 2012
By James Walker | ESPN.com
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan emphatically stood behind
quarterback Mark Sanchez after their 28-7 loss to the Seattle
Seahawks. Sanchez completed just nine passes and threw for 124
yards and an interception.
The Jetsï¿½ offense scored zero points with Sanchez under center and
had just 11 first downs. New Yorkï¿½s defense scored the teamï¿½s only
Still, Ryan immediately gave Sanchez a vote of confidence to remain
ï¿½Iï¿½m not going to let anyone else convince me otherwise, because
this is how I feel,ï¿½ Ryan said after the game. ï¿½[Sanchez] gives us
the best opportunity to win games and thatï¿½s the only reason I make
Is Tim Tebow really that bad?
Based on Ryanï¿½s comments, inserting Tebow would make the offense
even worse than with Sanchez. If Sanchez still provides New York
the best chance to win, then Tebow must really look horrible in
Only Ryan and his coaching staff know exactly what they have in
Tebow. Itï¿½s clear they think Sanchez is better than Tebow, despite
the fact Sanchez is regressing mightily in his fourth season.
If Tebow canï¿½t outperform what Sanchez is currently doing, then New
York wasted its time and resources acquiring Tebow.