To the surprise of no one, the Jets have benched Quarterback Mark Sanchez. The starter on Sunday will be Greg Mc Elroy. No announcement was made as to who will be the backup to Greg McElroy. One has the feeling that sanchez has quarterbacked his last game in New York. He has lost confidence in himself, his play has regressed and the Jets window of getting to the SuperBowl has closed for another season. While the thought is the Jets are stuck with Mark Sanchez due to salary considerations toward the cap. But at this point is it worth keeping him if his play doesn’t warrant him staying any longer in NewYork?
Jets Bench Sanchez …Mc Elroy to start
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5 thoughts on “Jets Bench Sanchez …Mc Elroy to start”
I agree with you the Sanchez has started his last game as a JET. And Tebow will be gone at season’s end. Let there be a new beginning at long last..
do you think they should keep ryan as coach , for stablity reasons?
I think that Ryan, considering that the Jets are 6-8, did as good a job with this group as anyone. Had the Jets been say 2-12 after 14 he would have been gone at the end of the season.
something to consider in regards to the Jets The steelers have ahd only 3 coachers since 1970 Chuck Knoll, Bill Cowher, and Mike Tomlin. Every season wasn’t and hasn’t been a winning season yet the coaches are allowed to develop their team to the max. Should the Jets allow Ryan the same opportunity?
Good point. Keeping things the same has surely worked for both Manning’s teams (and other). It’s just that the Jets cast of characters have been pitiful for the past two seasons. That’s where a decent OC and new GM will help to hoepeully create stability.