Mass turnovers, double-digit losses, and a certain (but unforgettable) buttfumble shredded any remaining positives vibes from Mark Sanchez's back-to-back AFC Championship Game appearances.
Bill Cowher, however, isn't ready to throw in the towel on the Jets' floundering quarterback.
The former Steelers coach and current CBS analyst explained to the Star-Ledger that Sanchez is not solely to blame for the team's recent offensive failures.
“There has been so much transition going on there,” Cowher said. “Now he has another new coordinator. Another new offensive system. The only thing I will says is (the Jets) went to two AFC Championship Games with Mark Sanchez in his first couple of years.
“Granted, he was surrounded by a very good supporting cast, a very good defense, a good running game. But I don’t think it’s fair to throw this all on him when you had a banged-up offensive line, you had no skill position players.”
Over the last two seasons, Sanchez has been sacked 73 ti...