I want to see McElroy...chances are he is nothing special...but I want to KNOW this...the only way that will happen is Sanchez being pulled...ifmSanchez turns his whole career around then fine...but I think we all know what he brings to the table and measly game against Jags is not going to change that.
The thing is that with a below average QB (which Eli was in 2007), the Giants got to the SB becaue they had great receivers, 3 RB's who carried the team, and a dominant pass rush.
The Jets should have won more games this year, even with a struggling Sanchez if their running game, pass rush, and defense hadn't been invisible, and their special teams wasn't a horror show.
Those aspects of the game cost the Jets games agains the Pats (1st game), Texans, and Dolphins (second game). That's the difference between 5-7 and 8-4.
In a 6 game stetch where Sanchez completed about 62% of his passes and had a rating just under 85, the Jets went 2-4.
Once again, I'm not claiming that Sanchez doesn't share the responsibility. I'm not saying he's been good, because he's been bad as much as he's been good this season. He just didn't lose those games all by himself. This is a bad TEAM, and they've played like one most of the season.
They should be looking to run these next 4 games for a division title, not to avoid being a .500 team.
Braylon should have been given a 4 year deal before last season. Nothing crazy 15 mil or so. We can all say he sucks now but he still had good years in him. He had good chem wit Mark it seemed and he just fit perfect opposite Santonio. I'm sure it would have worked out better than the Plax experiment.
So what does this mean that no matter what Sanchez aint seeing the bench if he's stinking it up?
of course ****ing tebow is active and mcelroy is inactive
Anyone here live in Miami know what channel this game is going to be on?
Why are all of you so surprised?