Junc has been on here for years laughing at us over us over picking up everyone elses trash at QB..."well what comes around goes around". Gonna be fun watching the jets circus at QB for the next several years!
"I worry about wins; I don't worry about meaningless fantasy #s"
(fine for RT17 but not when it comes to someone's HC and beloved QB)
"Now I know that that the Tannehill supporters on this site really
don't know anything but are just emotional" - Paddy's Daddy
Jets are starting strong in FA!
Originally Posted by NJ.com
Following Thursday's workouts, the Jets signed DT Junior Aumavae, DB Eric Crocker and WR Thomas Mayo, the team officially announced today.
All three were undrafted free agents coming out of college with Mayo coming from the Raiders practice squad, Crocker coming from the San Antonio Talons of the AFL and Aumavae from the Green Bay Blizzard and the Fairbank Grizzlies of the Indoor Football League. Aumavae also had a brief stint with the Buccaneers.
Rex Grossman has a superbowl appearance, divisional and conference championships - plus he was less of a passenger and more of a driver on the Bears than Sanchez ever was, especially in the faux charity (8-8 at best reality year) to legitimately access the playoffs. Plus he never moped on the end of the bench by himself. IMO, even though those 2 have comparable skills, that's a helluva lot more impressive!
Sanchez played with pressure in game 14 of the 09 Atlanta game which the jets needed legitimately to contend and he crapped the bed; he played like **** in the SD playoff game and he crapped the bed; in '11 while the jest were still in contention , he crapped the bed losing 5 out of the last 9 games. So much for pressure. Anyone who doesn't think Moore could have done as well or certainly better with better results, hell I've got a shiny bridge in Brooklyn I can sell you cheap!
Rex has 2 playoff wins under his belt, both at HOME in a year where the 2 seed was just 10-6. he never beat a team as good as NE or SD on the road and in 4 playoff starts has 4 TDs and 4 INTs, in 6 playoff starts Sanchez has 9 Tds and 3 INTs.
you have already proved your lack of football knowledge by bashing Sanchez for the SD game. Someday when you learn what yo are watching I will ask you to rewatch it so you can better understand what happened.
mark has 4 road playoff wins, Matt Moore has never won a meaningful game in Nov or later.
Matt Moore w/ team out of the race: 10-6
Matt Moore w/ team still in race: 1-5(not counting SD game where he came in w/ score 0-0 so in reality it's 1-6)
It's been proven a team can in big w/ Mark Sanchez, it's been proven a team cannot win w/ Matt Moore but he's a "great" QB when your team is out of the race.
2 funny: yet in '08 we won a division title when 3 teams won 9 or more games, but that's irrelevant! Welcome to the non-parsing zone.
You have proven your homerism by prizing Sanchez over 2 first round draft picks, Ryan, Schaub, etc. When SD's ace kicker misses two chip shots for him and a makeable 58, the jest score a TD after getting great field position on a defensive interception, and Shone Greene breaks a 50+ yd run but still only wins by 3 because Sanchez completed less than 50% of his passes (including in the second half when they needed it most), 101 yds and 1 Int, if you think he was responsible for winning the game, you really need to sit and watch one like it without the coke bottle-thick green tinted glasses and with someone who's not a fellow "Superfan." Never mind the what, 56 or 58 turnovers in the last 2 seasons. Grossman did more to drive his team into the playoffs than Sanchez did against a dead team in Atlanta playing for them a meaningless game, in jersey or the PO game in SD. To think otherwise is tinfoil hat territory! Here in the no-spin zone we reject "fantasy wins"
Bottom line: if MM wasn't a free agent, how many GMs do you think would trade for Buttchez over him? *crickets*