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That Jets offense is absolutely stacked and should steamroll opposing teams. The only thing holding them back is Mark Sanchez.
Colt McCoy is working with guys like Ben Watson, Mohammed Massaquoi, Evan Moore, and obviously Peyton Hillis, and he still led the Browns to the game tying drive at the end of the game against the vaunted Jets defense. That's the eyeball test.
Statistically, Colt McCoy is completing over 10% more of his passes than Sanchez is for over a yard more per attempt. And on top of that, McCoy has not turned over the ball since his 1st start against the Steelers.
So with the eyeball test or statistically, McCoy is clearly the superior QB and this was his 4th start.
Anyone who watched that game and saw anything more than a game-manager from Mccoy is biased and wrong. McCoy did nothing to hurt his teams chances, but he made no plays.He pushed the ball downfield 3 times all game, everything else was a checkdown or a 5 yard crossing route
Sanchez consistently made plays to put his team in a position to win,making something out of nothing and willing them down the field, only to have his kicker piss them away
No it isnt impressive. Sanchez has had weapons since being a rookie and has an amazing team, McCoy is a rookie and has nothing Sanchez has, other then Hillis. To compare both teams and say each QB has the same tools and chances is ridiculous. His top target is Ben ******* Watson, that guy sucks.
Originally posted by WMD
Jesse realizing Walt was Santa Claus could really shake things up.
Originally posted by gpngc
I don't know how old you are, but if you can get to 24/25 without getting arrested or killed, you've done well for yourself lol.