Originally Posted by Thecollegedropout
He's can be a good QB.....like a top 15 QB in the league and be what Dalton is for CIN or what Smith sometimes is for SF....he won't be a superstar talent but the guy is certainly able to start for teams and at given points really play well.
Yeah he's inconsistent but really when he had weapons like Edwards, Holmes, LT(Jones in 09) and Cotchery they were being mishandled by Brian Schottenheimer and as a result what would have been a very promising offense on paper was not being utilized properly.....now its just the talent around him is miserable with Keller, Hill and Holmes all out. Those are arguably our 3 best targets in the air attack. I blame our GM for not giving the team sufficient depth on the team and I get Sanchez has not lit up the world but I am seriously not kidding that the targets either drop the ball or run wrong routes or that in some cases Austin Howard and D'Brick get beat like a drum and Sanchez has to throw poor passes.
No. No he can't. It's time to let it go bro. The excuses have run out. He's just not a good quarterback. He's a backup quarterback.
I was a Sanchez supporter for his first 2 years in the league, but we've seen absolutely no growth from him. None. Not even a little bit. He can't read defenses, he lacks great arm strength or accuracy. He's just not good enough.
His biggest issue is the mental aspect of the game. He can't change protections, read defenses, or anticipate windows. He's a college quarterback, nothing more.