Asked and answered... with the qualifier that some much better performing QBs had a lot less to work with offensively like Bradford, and defenses who hindered what they were able to do. Sanchez had a top running game and scoring D that year. I did concede that for that year, Sanchez might have snuck into the top 16 of the starters, but even factoring that in, over his 3 year body of work, he's bottom 8...but being top 16 or so is a far cry from being "top 8-10"
"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)