Mark Sanchez Prematurely Dismissed As Capable Quarterback

September 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The popular opinion, led by the local New England media outlets, seems to be that New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is the straw that will break the camel’s back. 
With one measly 2010 regular season game in our analytical vaults, it would seem premature to assess Sanchez as a quarterback incapable of leading a team toward Super Bowl contention.  When considering that the one game was against one of the league’s staunchest defensive units, in the Baltimore Ravens, the premature Sanchez assessment borders on lunacy.
The most comedic part of judging Sanchez based on his performance against Baltimore, is to look back at Tom Brady’s embarrassing performance against Baltimore in January.  If Baltimore can make Brady look so helpless, why is it groundbreaking and career-busting when the Ravens stifle Sanchez?
Sanchez’s behind-the-scenes behavior fans became privy to in HBO’s Hard Knocks is an additional piece of evidence cited ...

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