Sanchez was ok not good nor did he play well. The Cumberland int should have been caught but it was a typical Sanchez air ball. The red zone Int doesn't happen if he is not staring at his target allowing an unblocked Watt to slide to his right. Also, if Watt doesn't tip it, it most likely gets picked because he didn't alter the flight of the ball that much.
Angry Deniers. A bunch of agenda-driven whiny clowns whose sole mission is to deny anything good that Tannehill has done and deny anything bad that the "gods of quarterbacks" have done.
We may have overreacted to Henne, but he'd be starting right now in Jersey if the jest weren't on the hook for The Taco's exten$ion. Overreaction to Henne's strengths was still more realistic than under-reaction to SadSack's fatal flaws. Sanchez ****ed up the throw turning it into a jump volley ball when trying to catch up vs Tannehill who every time after Houston entrusted his leads to kickers making kicks that statistically 25 out of 29 kickers made this season thru last saturday or defenses holding the line at least once on 4ths and longs. Comparing Sanchez to Tannehill is like comparing Rex Grossman to Big Ben.
Sanchez goes out, throws 2 INTs and completes under 50% of his passes. And his team loses.
Good game in juncs eyes. I cant even begin to explain it.
obviously you didn't watch, neither INT was his fault. JJ Watt making 2 great plays prevented 2 TDs and won the game for Houston.
Thatís what happens when crappy QBís like the Taco stare down their intended WR. Look you can only hide from the truth for so long, sooner or later youíre going to realize what a steaming pile of crap Taco Boy is, until then just keep telling yourself that this is how the 5th overall pick in the draft is supposed to play 4 years into his NFL career.
btw, why do the jest continue to think shonn Greene is a starting running back in this league?