I will not let Junc get the last word in a 69 page long thread....
I think it is a great thread, it should be active as both teams have fairly hgh expectations coming into the next year (if it ever gets frickin started). All the smack aside, I learned alot I didn't know about Sanchez and Henne both while reading it. They are very close in their development and here I thought my man Dirty was lightyears ahead. It will be interesting to see year number 3 for these guys. A better OC for Miami will have them slingin the rock more inteligently and putting the ball in Marshalls hands more often. Also, I believe a healthy backfield and utilizing their running strength earlier will really pay dividends.
For the Jets, I think this will have to be Marks year. They will likely hold onto Holmes but maybe not Braylon, or vice versa, but either way, the talent level for both teams receivers will be alot closer than last year. LT won't be suprising anyone this year, so there will be no gimme's for him, and MS has proven that he can lead a 4th quarter drive, so defenses will play him accordingly, and offenses will be a bit more aggresive leading up to that point and limit his opportunities.
This will be a very good year for both of our clubs I think, but I also think this debate should go away until at least 5 or 6 games into the new season. Then we can revisit and re-evaluate.
Here's the be all end all of the debate: They both suck.
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Who would have thought Ryan Fitzpatrick would pass both of them.