If Sanchez looked almost decent (except of course for the expected interceptions and fumbling brainfarts) against NE, far and away the worst defense in the league when giving up 20yd passing plays or more, I'd imagine Eli would have lit the Patriots up for somewhere between 500 and 600 yards and minimum 5 TDs.
Classic junc being junk thread.
kind of funny giving Taco credit for almost recovering from crapping the bed most of the game against one of the worst pass defenses in the league. And now he's blaming the jest D for not then holding up.
...but giving up several 4th and longs when Tannehill entrusted his late game lead to HIS D ain't the same thing cause it's a "fantasy number."
at what point has Ryan given his D a lead on the final drive and they have failed? it's happened twice to sanchez so far this year.
DeAngelo Hall said:
http://washingtonexaminer.com/redski...5#.UIgl8I62sUVI could have thrown that ball and he would have scored. It wasn’t something where he was a rocket scientist and he figured something out. We just played that as bad as possible.”
How did I miss this thread? Is Junc really claiming Eli isn't an elite QB while at the same time blowing Sanchez per the usual... ****ing idiot this guy is.
Eli makes a throw to an open WR. "Meh. I can do that rather easily. Not impressed. Not elite." Sanchez makes a throw to an open WR'. "Absolute stud. Obviously better than Eli. Franchise QB to the highest degree."
Sanchez misses open WR while Eli doesn't. "You have no idea about this sport. Sorry but Sanchez's open WR wasn't nearly as open as Eli's, so your point is moot. Blame the WR, not Sanchez for being wide open by only 5 yards instead of 10. The wind was getting pressure on Sanchez so caused him to miss his WR, totally not his fault, blame the OL. The wind also caused the ball to float, poor Sanchez, getting no help from the weather while Eli gets perfect weather to make his throws."
You're a ****ing clown.
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