Originally Posted by worldbeefreeg
Not really comparable cause everything went smooth for Sanch the first two years cause our team was loaded...if he had the same situation and crappy team which Geno is faced with now, I can't imagien he would handle it much better.
I wouldn't use the term "loaded" loosely here. We had a much better offensive line and run attack at the time. But I don't think Sanchez was working with anything special during those AFC championship runs.
Geno Smith actually has the better defense IMO. Sure, we had great pass coverage, but our pass rush was missing. Sanchez was a better "game manager" than Geno.
Originally Posted by Cedric Ceballos
I feel what your saying but he had it pretty bad in 2012-13. Dudes making threats to kill him on twitter, fans cheering when he got injured and he never bad mouthed the fanbase or the team. He deserved to get booed off his on field performance but it did seem on a whole other level at times.
Those 2009 and 10 teams were better talent wise though, still scratching my head at some of the moves made that 2011 offseason after the lockout ended though.
I'm kinda hyped for Sunday though. Ill be tailgating with a bunch of heads out in SD. I just hope the team can surprise me in a good way.
Sanchez caught a lot of flack once Shotty put too much on his plate. They rushed his growth when they let Thomas Jones go and didn't focus much on the offensive line anymore. Once we lost guys like Allen Faneca and Damien Woody, things got different. Sanchez was at his best when the run game was on. I think if we went out and got someone like Forte after the lockout, Sanchez would've been in better shape.
Originally Posted by onewearz
i've just about had it with eric decker and his hamstrings .. too early ??
jets got me feelin like i'm raggin
Decker is the goods. Put him in a team with a good QB and you'll see him do work.
Originally Posted by macbk
Never really knew how frustrating hamstring injuries could be until it happens to one of your own players
.Always thought it was a lame excuse of an injury.
The Jets have experienced star players being unable to play because of hamstring injuries--Darelle Revis.
Seems like his career went south right after the time Randy Moss burned him and took it to the house with that amazing one-handed catch. Revis' hamstring pulled and it was over for him.