I was rolling in my car on my way to work listening to Mike Greenberg, he said he thought the playcalling sucked and that the Jets' O coordinator should have been left in Foxboro.
You also know your QB has 6 INts in 6 games, ours 7 in 7 games(except our QB has 2 more Tds than INTs, yours has 2 less)
Just for some more perspective going into last Sunday Morning, going forward over the next 5 games... inconsideration of:
1. a raw rookie's first game in Houston vs the 2011 #1 D in batted balls and #2D in pass defense (vs a full game playing against Cushing since no teammate took him out with a questionably dirty play)
note: stripping out 6 minutes, this first game rookie still outscored Houston 7-6!
2. a 4th year veteran's first game against a team which also subsequently gave up close to 50 pts each to 2 additional opponents in subsequent 3 or 4 games, and then had the worst completion records for starters since JaMarcus Russell and/or an obscure '99 Ravens QB starter depending on how many of the next games you wanted to use to measure
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I just love how you take away mark's best game and tannehill's worst game.
how about mark vs. Ryan like this:
mark(game 1, 6 & 7) vs. Rayn(game 1,2 & 3)
Mark: 58-86, 67%, 676 yds, 6 TDs, 1 INY(I will rmeove the Buf INt since the defender was out of bounds), 109.4 rating
Ryan: 54-102, 53%, 615 yds, 1 TDs, 4 INTs, 58.2 rating
using the vaark school of logic this clearly shows Sanchez to be the much better QB
I'd be a little nervous if I was comparing Ryan Tannehill in his 4th year as a starter to a rookie QB. I think the fact that this debate is comparing Sanchez to Tannehill tells you all you need to know about Sanchez in his 4th year. lol.
"Martining" things is no way to go through life.
Don't be a Martin.
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