NFL  > General NFL  > Have Rex Ryan and the Jets mentally lynched Mark Sanchez
May 15, 2013, 08:48 PM
It's a shame that Mack Sanchez had to put up with the Payasos from the New York Jets who performed a psychological lobotomy of sorts on this nice Mexican-American young man.

I understand pro football is a business and I also know the best player available should play, but what I don't understand is why the past and present General Managers and Rex Ryan keep on spinning this kids head by saying the quarterback job is up for grabs.

This is the same guy who took the Jets to TWO playoffs, you know back when they had running backs who could run and receivers who could actually catch the ball.

This job should be Mark Sanchez's to lose, he should not have to go into camp worrying about the silliness that lives in Ryan's fantasy filled brain.

I'm beginning to believe this is a deliberate attempt by an organization to demoralize Mr. Sanchez and get him to deal out of his contract.

Honestly folks I can't think of any other explanation as to why Rex Ryan and company put this guy through this hell that included Tebow mania and are now further complicating Marks situation by creating a new phenomena -GENO SMITH MENIA- that will sweep a city that appears to always be looking for some kind of side show to liven up their lives.

The Jets circus will continuo with a new cast of characters and yet the main payaso remains as the head coach. That is incredible! The Jets most just REALLY hate Mark Sanchez.

Can we agree on that?

There have been rumors about the Jets eating six million dollars of his contract in order to bait a team into a trade. Good, I hope someone takes it.

The best think for Mark Sanchez is to get out of that circus, I don't know if Mark speaks Spanish but I like to send him this message:

Por favor mi hijo vete lejos de esos locos en Nueva York, por Dios Santo, te van hacer perder la cabeza.

As always this is a fans opinion and from what I understand everybody has one and I'm thankful for that.

Enough said.
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May 15, 2013  09:05 PM ET

Quick question: have you watched him play football in the last 2 seasons in which they have missed the postseason?

May 15, 2013  10:11 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Quick question: have you watched him play football in the last 2 seasons in which they have missed the postseason?

Yes but this all goes back to the total mental diarrhea that Ryan and the ex-GM Tannenbaum, was dishing out...

May 16, 2013  04:11 AM ET

BUTTFUMBLE!!!

May 16, 2013  12:17 PM ET

OMG...what is your obsession with the Jets?? I initially thought it was a Tebow thing but NO......

*smh*

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May 16, 2013  02:58 PM ET

I think the best QB the Jets have is Sanchez.

Garrard just retired and now you have 3 QB's on the roster.

Geno will be another diva 'JaMarcus' type and will be on the waiver wire within 24 months.

McElroy is a good backup.

What the Jet's should do is try out Vince Young or maybe not.

May 16, 2013  04:46 PM ET

Competetion is good for a player that SHOULD be mature enough to not be satisfied with his current level of play (IOW a professional), but QB is the most mental of positions in the NFL. So bringing in Geno to push Sanchez isn't necessarily bad, but the circus act surrounding the Jets and Sanchez just unnecessarily F's with his mind. And it IS a circus act, with Tebow and now Smith, and no real weapons at WR or RB... at least in my own opinion.

I also agree that Mark has been left w/o decent weapons, almost guaranteeing his failure. His has been a steady decline since his 1st season, which for a rookie seemed somewhat promising, and I can't but wonder if the Jets org isn't partially to blame.

Is he a flop? To me it's just too hard to tell, too much other histeria going on around him to tell whose to blame.

I might also add that I think the Jets did Tebow wrong in bringing him in simply to... why did they bring him in? Just to Freak Sanchez out?

But, they shouldn't have extended Sanchez' contract if they weren't going to support him, and no doubt actions speak, and they say that they have no faith in MS and aren't going to give him much to work with.

Consider this: Although in bad need of some offensive weaponry, in the first 3 rounds of the draft the Jets brought in a CB, a DT, ANOTHER QB, and in their final choice of the 1st 3 rounds a OG. I don't see any support for MS at all there, but it won't help Geno either. The rest of the draft? An OT and a FB, the rest on the other side of the ball. And you can't tell me that a team that was 28 out of 32 in O doesn't need a LOT of help. I mean the leading rusher last yr, Shonn Greene, is now with the Titans and no real replacement in sight (that I know of). The only real weapon, Santonio Holmes, status is IDK, but according to a foot surgeon "Lisfranc injuries can be the most devastating, traumatic injuries of the foot (because they tend to rehab poorly and can go onto midfoot arthritis)", so I wouldn't gamble heavily on him having a AP type of year, which IMO the Jets have. In other words the Jets have a much worse supporting cast than they had last year, and they were, again, 28 of 32.

Hope that defense works out for you, I think you're gonna need it.

JMO

May 16, 2013  04:58 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I think the best QB the Jets have is Sanchez.

True, but that's not saying much.

May 16, 2013  10:45 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Geno will be another diva 'JaMarcus' type and will be on the waiver wire within 24 months.

"Geno will be another diva 'JaMarcus' type and will be on the waiver wire within 24 months."

We can agree on this!!!

May 16, 2013  10:48 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

Competetion is good for a player that SHOULD be mature enough to not be satisfied with his current level of play (IOW a professional), but QB is the most mental of positions in the NFL. So bringing in Geno to push Sanchez isn't necessarily bad, but the circus act surrounding the Jets and Sanchez just unnecessarily F's with his mind. And it IS a circus act, with Tebow and now Smith, and no real weapons at WR or RB... at least in my own opinion.I also agree that Mark has been left w/o decent weapons, almost guaranteeing his failure. His has been a steady decline since his 1st season, which for a rookie seemed somewhat promising, and I can't but wonder if the Jets org isn't partially to blame.Is he a flop? To me it's just too hard to tell, too much other histeria going on around him to tell whose to blame.I might also add that I think the Jets did Tebow wrong in bringing him in simply to... why did they bring him in? Just to Freak Sanchez out?But, they shouldn't have extended Sanchez' contract if they weren't going to support him, and no doubt actions speak, and they say that they have no faith in MS and aren't going to give him much to work with.Consider this: Although in bad need of some offensive weaponry, in the first 3 rounds of the draft the Jets brought in a CB, a DT, ANOTHER QB, and in their final choice of the 1st 3 rounds a OG. I don't see any support for MS at all there, but it won't help Geno either. The rest of the draft? An OT and a FB, the rest on the other side of the ball. And you can't tell me that a team that was 28 out of 32 in O doesn't need a LOT of help. I mean the leading rusher last yr, Shonn Greene, is now with the Titans and no real replacement in sight (that I know of). The only real weapon, Santonio Holmes, status is IDK, but according to a foot surgeon "Lisfranc injuries can be the most devastating, traumatic injuries of the foot (because they tend to rehab poorly and can go onto midfoot arthritis)", so I wouldn't gamble heavily on him having a AP type of year, which IMO the Jets have. In other words the Jets have a much worse supporting cast than they had last year, and they were, again, 28 of 32.Hope that defense works out for you, I think you're gonna need it.JMO

You are right on my friend...that is the smartest comment on this post....

May 16, 2013  11:47 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I think the best QB the Jets have is Sanchez.Garrard just retired and now you have 3 QB's on the roster.Geno will be another diva 'JaMarcus' type and will be on the waiver wire within 24 months.McElroy is a good backup. What the Jet's should do is try out Vince Young or maybe not.

Sanchez is barely average as an NFL QB. The Jets are in trouble with this guy behind center.

 
May 17, 2013  05:25 PM ET

AIYK....you didn't answer my question.

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