Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by ctpatsfan77, May 7, 2012.
Tough call. :singing:
Tebow against the Pats, Sanchez against everybody else.
They have a better chance of winning with Tebow so I say Sanchez.
Sanchez. Neither one of them is a particularly good QB, but Tebow is at least a good leader. If he was the starting QB, he might actually be able to exert some control over that locker room and turn it into less of a zoo, which is a feat that Sanchez has no chance in hell of accomplishing.
Tebow and the gimmick offense. Denver finished the season 1-4 with 0 offensive production outside of the Pitt game, in which Pitt lost 3(?) of its defensive starters before halftime and pretended that Denver was incapable of even calling a pass play, let alone completing one, and sold out entirely on the run game.
Hard to tell who has worse receivers, the Jests or the Broncos, but with Tebow at QB it doesn't really matter. Holmes is a quitter anyways, that is something the WR's in Denver never did.
Denver certainly had the better OL and running game.
We put an utter beat down on Denvers offense for 7 straight quarters (Denver managed 224 yards and 16 points in the first quarter and gained just 421 yards and 17 points in 7 quarters after) once we figured it out. I pray that the Jets try to run it against us.
It would be a more fair competition against us.
Sanchez has beaten the Patriots. Tebow never has. Sanchez is more dangerous, in a top-25 QBs in football kind of way.
i want them to lose so i want Sanchez playing
McElroy is their best quarterback. Between Li'l Marky and Tebow, it really doesn't matter.
"ELITE!!!...CEILING UNLIMITED!!!!...THE SANCHIZE!!!!"
if he's good enough for Ray Ray 19/JetFan 1, he's good enough for me...
Is it too much to ask for both of them on the field together? Wildcat or Tebow as HB/FB
I think that if Tebow is playing QB thats going to be easier to defend than Sanchez at QB with Tebow serving as a potential throwing fullback to pitch or hand off to.
I've always felt that Tebow could be a good addition for an offensive coordinator smart enough to use him well... As in NOT at quarterback.
We know from experience that Tebow can be very difficult to stop even when you know he's going to run - though ultimately he's a one trick pony and Belichick's bend but don't break approach worked pret well against him.
But covering both Sanchez and Tebow on any one play could be challenging under the right offensive coordinator. We will just see if Sparano is the guy to pull that off.
Tebow because at least the Jets would have the illusion that they'd have a chance. In the longrun that's even more devastating when they invariably lose.:eat3:
Tebow - Just for the circus that would follow. I'd love to see Sanchez' face on the bench . Sanchez needs a reality check a nice benching would give him a chance to be humbled. Right now, I think he really believes all that smoke Rex has been blowing up his arse!
I don't think Sanchez will ever be great, but he could be a lot better if he believed he had to work at it. He just gives off the impression that he thinks he's already arrived.
I thought they had a black QB, Sanbow?
I don't care as long as they both fail miserably. I dislike Jets fans who keep chirping that Sanchez can be just as good as Drew Brees if only he had a,b,c,d,e,f,g, etc. all working perfectly around him. And I dislike Tebow fanatics. Both sides think their boy is destined for superstardom "someday." The fact that the hearts of both can be be crushed simultaneously with the failure of one single team, which just happens to be the Jets, makes me giddy.
of course, tebow- it means they have made a change and their locker will be more messed up and divided!:singing:
please rexy, leave sanchize in as starter as long as possible.
leadership trumps technical throwing ability (which I dont think Tebow is that far behind sanchez - he just needs more development to reach the same low plateau ); so the longer Sanchize remains the starter the bigger the implosion is. :singing:
I'm rooting for Tebow all the way. Not only will it create a major (self-inflicted) circus, but Tebow hasn't beaten us. Once he's starting it will make things more entertaining.
Good point! And, from what makes its way into the tabloids down here, his teammates feel the same way.
IMHO, Sanchez showed his true colors when he received his one year extension and said to the media that now the players in the locker-room would respect him and know that the organization was committed to him. That ain't the way it works in the NFL and I don't think that's how it worked under Pete Carroll...but here's where it's important to realize that he really didn't start that many games at USC.
For an NFL player, there's a surprisingly large component of "Daddy says I'm the best and so I am" in this guy. My first impression of him was that he's dumb. But, I now think that his immaturity is almost as significant as his intelligence deficit.
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