Originally Posted by Warfish
"The team sucking" does not cause almost every Sanchez pass to be inaccurate, one of the most inaccurate passers in the NFL, where even completions are off the mark most of the time.
"The team sucking" does not cause Sanchez to repeatedly and regularly throw passes into the chests of defenders.
"The team sucking" does not coat Sanchez' hands in oil, thus leading to 2-3 fumbles a game.
"The team sucking" does not cause Sanchez to be immobile in the pocket like a slower, dumber Ken O'Brien.
"The team sucking" does not Sanchez to be one of the poorest readers of defenses in NFL.
"The team sucking" does not make Sanchez fail to feel pressure, fail to avoid pressure or fail to react to pressure.
"The team sucking" is no excuse for the exceptionaly poor play of Mark Sanchez in 2011 and 2012.
"The team sucking" is an excuse.
The team does suck, and that suck starts with it's most vital and influential player, Mark Sanchez, who sets the tone of fail via inaccuracy, turnovers, attitude and abject personal failure in playing the QB position.
That's a lot of typing right there, all of which is explained by the following:
- Terrible offensive coordinator.
- Terrible offensive line.
- Terrible receiving targets.
- Terrible running game.
Receivers run bad routes, linebackers drop back into coverage, playcalling is brutal, we are always in third and long situations, no rhythm with carpetbagging WR's each season, Tebow inserted at wrong time.
Rex's Circus puts Mark Sanchez in the lion's cage without a whip.