Junc you can't really believe that Henne didn't have pressure on him. We just came of a trip to the playoffs and we start 0-3. If anything there is more pressure on Henne to get the team back on track. I don't know what your philosophy is on winning and losing in the NFL but I can tell you one thing our FO's opinion is that they expect to win every game so to say Henne had no pressure is plain wrong.Who cares about 300 yd games? b./c Henne was ineffective early in games and had to throw a million times that makes him better?
If Sanchez had as many attempts as henne he would have thrown for 150 more yards.
Again, who cares about # of games w/ 20 completions? Henne's last 2 20 comp games? both losses in the 2 biggest games of the year for Miami.
# of TD passes in the 4th qtr of a win? So it's Sanchez's fault that our D blew a lead against Miami in Miami and that we gave up 3 non-opffensive Tds to Miami at home? OR that we ran for a TD in the 4th qtr? This is so silly.
Henne is 7-6 and Sanchez 10-8, 10-8 looks a hell of alot better when you consider he's 2-1 in the playoffs w/ both wins being road wins.
In Miami's 3 most impoprtant games- Henne 0-3
In NYJ's 3 most important games- Sanchez 2-1
Sanchez was a ROOKIE, it's not good for rookies to throw 30-40+ times a game. Henne had a year to learna nd came in w/ NO pressure w/ the team 0-3 already. Once he faced pressure in dec he played his worst football while Sanchez played his best in our biggest games.
Actually Henne had to throw for 300 yards in those games because our defense was atrocious. We were in huge holes that our defense put us in which the offense had to try and overcome. If you put Sanchez in that situation where he has to try and bring his team back do you know what happens? Multiple interceptions and not a chance at getting back in the game. With Henne at least we had a chance to win those games.
When it comes to attempt/completions per game do you know why Henne has more? It's because he is trusted to be able to lead the offense and make the plays/reads required of him. He is not taking a second fiddle to the RB's who are expected to do all of the work. If Sanchez was as good as you say he is he would have been given the chance to prove it, not sit back in the shadows of his O-line and RB and ride their coattails for wins.
Lastly to say Sanches doesn't have the experience Henne does is a pretty poor point. Sanchez was able to take every snap with the first team offense last year. Henne not so. Pennington took about 85% of the first team snaps in OTA's and training camp so to say Henne had plenty of work with the first stringers is flat out wrong. I would be willing to bet that Sanches had more first string reps in his first year of practice than Henne did in his 2 years combined.
Some of your thinking and reasoning is so flawed it's no wonder you are a Jet's fan.