1st Round Pick or more - acquired to be preemptive starter on some other teams (name teams)
2nd Round Pick - Disappointing but has shown enough
3rd Round Pick - Disappointing but maybe salvageable
4th Round Pick - What the hell, you never know, right?
5th Round Pick - He'd make a potentially reliable back-up
6th - 7th Round Pick - Well, he's better than Painter who's still got a job, right?
Worthless: Too far gone to justify the time to fix
A Jets Fan From JI's objective analytical comparative graphic analysis of Sanchez
interesting work ups (and damning) Again, why JetsInsider has the lowest proportion of blind homers who are still avid fans:
Haven't verified these numbers so take it for what it's worth, but this is from another JI poster:
Sanchez has never gone 5 consecutive games where he completed more than
52% of his passes.
Sanchez has never gone 5 consecutive games where he had 5 games with a
QB rating above 60
Sanchez has never gone 5 consecutive games where he threw 200 yards
I would be lying if I said there hasn't been more than one occasion where I've actually lol'd in real life with the stuff he's come up with. It's kinda like that nutty uncle who no one wants to sit next to at the family reunion but whose absurdness actually cuts through some of the monotony. Not sure if I'd miss the little guy if he left but I find it intriguing, amazing, baffling and downright hilarious at times to see what people can convince themselves of when their entire thought process is completely based on emotion rather than rational thought
Okay, despite that Sanchez's biggest, most vacuum-visioned fluffer keeps maintaining I'm a non-objective homer, I'm gonna prove that ASSumption wrong by voting sincerely that I believe Taco could make a good, reliable back-up providing he can get his head on straight - so indeed he's worth a 5th round pick. I could have as easily said he's Curtis Painter-like or worthless at this point just to be arbitrary but that's not what I really believe.
Then again, for years I've been maintaining that the difference between Sanchez and Henne is the cast of characters, especially the OL that either had to deal with, and of course that no matter whatever else you may say about Chad, at least his testicles have dropped. So objectively speaking I think those two are worth about the same value with about the same upside, although IMO, neither one of them comes close to Matt Moore either from a fundamental nor intangible standpoint.
Could be anything from a 3rd round pick to a 5th round pick. Depends how generous, or desperate, the other teams general manager is. The guy isn't a great QB, but he could be a dependable backup QB, and someone may want that. Unlikely though.
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.