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Bill Parcells doesn't believe that Mark Sanchez is quite ready to carry the load to help dig the Jets out of their three-game slide according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. "He's a developing player, just like all young quarterbacks, and there's going to be some good and some not-so-good," the former Jets and Giants coach told ESPN Radio Tuesday. "Before you can drive a Ford, you have to be able to drive a Cadillac. If they get everything good around him, I think it will go well. Right now, I don't think he can take the team completely on his shoulders." Source: The Redzone
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Bill Parcells, always handy with a metaphor, was on ESPN Radio Tuesday talking about the Jets and Mark Sanchez. This one was about automobiles, though, not groceries, and the subject in question was New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.
"Before you can drive a Ford, you have to be able to drive a Cadillac. If they get everything good around him, I think it will go well. Right...
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Before you can drive a Ford, you have to be able to drive a Cadillac. So if they get everything good around him, I think it will go well. Right now, I don’t think he can take the team completely on his shoulders.”
– Bill Parcells on Mark Sanchez
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