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  • Sanchez is just killin' it!

    Am I the only one overly impressed with what he's been doing since his arrival in NY? I've never heard of any rookie QB coming into the league and doing what he's been doing. Is it just because NY media is good at reporting this or is this the norm? He's really going above and beyond. He makes the goodie-too-shoes look like slackers.

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    I have to say I wasn't surprised. The guy just seemed to ooze confidence and leadership back at USC. If any rookie QB would try to pull off what he has, I'd expect it to be him. That said, I'm still impressed. If you're still competing for a starting job(as the jets say he still is with clemens, truthful or not) what better way to earn in than through your intangibles? Get the team on your side, establish yourself as the leader, and its becomes a little harder not to start you.

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    • #3
      I won't be surprised if he isn't significantly better than Stafford.
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      • #4
        Double negative aside, I am going to wait and see him play before actually being impressed with anything :P


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        • #5
          With receivers like David Clowney, Jerricho Cotchery, Britt Davis, Marcus Henry, Paul Raymond, Brad Smith, Chansi Stuckey, Huey Whittaker and Wallace Wright, I'll be surprised if Mark Sanchez doesn't break 4,000 yards and 30 TDs.

          At least he has Dustin Keller

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          • #6
            Originally posted by JBond93 View Post
            Double negative aside, I am going to wait and see him play before actually being impressed with anything :P
            I agree - I'm reminded of a Bill Parcels quote that someone had as a sig here once.

            "Potential means you haven't done **** yet."

            I'm a USC fan, so no doubt I'm pulling for him, but as they say "The proof is in the pudding."




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            • #7
              Rex Grossman was always great in practice.

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              • #8
                Yeah he has a "Matt Leinart" aura about him. lol, jk, but still I'll wait before I jump on his bandwagon. Just because he looks nice in shorts and flashes his dimples and flips his greasy hair doesn't make me go ga ga over him. It's the same reason why Dan Snyder loved him. Snyder barely knew anything about him as a player, all he knew was that he was from USC and made him hard when they had a pre draft dinner together.

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                • #9
                  I think Sanchez can be very successful, but he won't put up studlike numbers or anything as a rookie. So, I am very interested to see.


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                  • #10
                    Sanchez will be the next great star. Stafford will be the next Ryan Leaf.

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                    • #11
                      He is a total stud at calling impromtu meetings with the rookie offensive players, breaking down tape with the rookie O-linemen, and being a leader of all the rookies in camp.

                      He is definitely killin' it amongst the rookies.

                      Personally, I can't wait to see how much he's killin' it in the Jets home opener vs. N.E. Dodgammit, I <3 ruining the home opener of the Gang Green. I almost want them to win week one to make it worse . . . almost. Go Texans!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by vikes_29 View Post
                        Sanchez will be the next great star. Stafford will be the next Ryan Leaf.
                        Except Stafford won't be thrown into the Wolves early. I still believe that Stafford will be the superior QB but it seems like most especially ESPN believe Sanchez is the next Joe Namath. I found it funny that even on draft day Sanchez stole all of the media attention despite being the 5th pick, but I guess playing in New York does that to you, although I'm sure even if the Bucs or Skins got him the media attention would be the same. Anyways I'll take Stafford, he can throw with his eyes closed and Megatron will pull it down.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SeanTaylorRIP View Post
                          Except Stafford won't be thrown into the Wolves early. I still believe that Stafford will be the superior QB but it seems like most especially ESPN believe Sanchez is the next Joe Namath. I found it funny that even on draft day Sanchez stole all of the media attention despite being the 5th pick, but I guess playing in New York does that to you, although I'm sure even if the Bucs or Skins got him the media attention would be the same. Anyways I'll take Stafford, he can throw with his eyes closed and Megatron will pull it down.
                          Being the next Joe Namath doesn't seem like a good thing, if you ask me.

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                          • #14
                            it's mini-camp for crying out loud. All the Sanchez love is getting a bit outrageous at this point...

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by abaddon41_80 View Post
                              Being the next Joe Namath doesn't seem like a good thing, if you ask me.
                              I was thinking more on the media superstardom side of things.

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