Found June 01, 2013 on One Jet At A Time:
We're still a ways out from Week 1, but now with the draft and most of the key parts of free agency behind us, it's a good time to see how each QB fits into the larger picture. This is part one of a two-part series, looking at what each QB could bring to the offense, with the other probable pieces in place. The incumbent Mark Sanchez has a lot on his plate. Not only is he a student of his third offensive coordinator, with this just his fifth season in the league, but he has become the fall man for all things wrong with this New York Jets team.  It goes beyond criticism for Sanchez, there are those that would like nothing more than to see him fail—fans of his own team that want him to get knocked out of games.  It hasn't always been this way, he was the promised man, the Sanchize, in 2009 and 2010, a piece of Jets teams that went to back-to-back AFC Championship games. But the party ended, and all that was left was a really bad hangover. The offensive ...
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