Patriots vs. Jets: Jets Can’t Win With Sanchez

January 13, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NOTE: This article was first seen at PatriotsPlus.net.
The most important position position in football is the quarterback. If you want to win, you need to have a talented quarterback. However, the New York Jets quarterback, Mark Sanchez, is just average. 
Sanchez' performance has been up-and-down this year for the Jets, and he's been very inaccurate. 
He has completed only 54 percent of his passes; you can't win with a quarterback who throws an incomplete pass half of the time. It's that simple. 
The last Super Bowl winning quarterbacks have been Drew Brees, Ben Roethlisberger, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. 
All quarterbacks are and were considered elites in league, and Sanchez is far from being considered elite.
The game has changed over the past five to ten years, and it's now a passing league. It's a quarterback's league.
You can't get it done with a quarterback who is very inaccurate and when the offensive coord...

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