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You'd have to get Hoyer out of New England and some time as the starter in order to answer the question.
This pretty much. Hoyer hasn't had to play against anyone when it mattered and rarely if ever against a 1st string defense.
I think Hoyer can be a better QB, and I certainly think he is more accurate than Sanchez, but he hasn't had to lead a team back from a 4th quarter deficit or win on the road, etc. We simply don't know what he can do under high pressure situations.
Could he be better? Sure. Is he? We don't know. Could he be worse? Absolutely. Is he? We don't
Who would I prefer? That is tough, I think I would risk it and take Hoyer, unless Sanchez has a breakout third season and does enough to show he is in the upper echelon then I think Hoyer's potential that he has flashed in limited opportunities is worth taking an extended look at.
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So me and one of my fellow co-workers (who happens to be a Jets fan) got into a huge debate during my lunch hour. He thinks Sanchez is much better than Brian Hoyer could ever be. I know all Jets fans are so into Sanchez and sees him as the franchise QB but c'mon. I dont hate Sanchez by all means, I think he's a decent QB at best. Accuracy and consistency is his biggest flaws in my eyes.
We both argued the facts. I know we don't have much to go off of since Hoyer doesn't start but from what I've seen, I think Hoyer could be light years ahead of Mark Sanchez honestly. He always looks poised in the pocket and really has a good accuracy. I feel if Hoyer was a starter for another team, he'd have better stats than Sanchez any season.
Some input on this... insights?
This:I think Hoyer could be light years ahead of Mark Sanchez honestly.
As the Mayor of Homerville, I would like to refer you to the local chapter of KA (Koolaid Anonymous).
I like Hoyer, but that statement seems indicate a Koolaid OD could be coming.
I think if given the opportunity, Hoyer would prove to be the better QB. However, since he has yet to see any serious time in games that count (and i'm hoping he doesn't until he's out of New England) you have to go with Sanchez. While Sanchez has been decidedly below average, Hoyer has not shown anything except some good play in garbage time.
So for now, Sanchez but ask me this question again in 3 years time and i'd be willing to bet most people's answer would be Hoyer.
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