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(NYPost)   In light of last night's scintillating Sanchezzery, this New York Post article on the most embarrassing moments in Jets history will have to be updated   (nypost.com) divider line 39
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2012-12-18 10:44:38 AM
6. The 1996 season opener in Denver when, with the offensive line ravaged by injuries, Kotite at the last minute switched center Roger Duffy to tackle, a position he had never played. After the Broncos pass rush feasted on the Jets, Duffy's reaction to the position switch: "Stunned and amazed."

That's like putting in Tebow at QB last night.
 
2012-12-18 11:05:33 AM
I'm sure every franchise could put together such a list. However, few of them would be filled with so much schadenfreude and hilarity as this one.

And I say that as a Bengals fan.
 
2012-12-18 11:07:01 AM
The only honorable thing for Sanchez to do at this point is ritual suicide on the 50 yard line.

Get a kicker out there to punt his severed head through the uprights.
 
2012-12-18 11:08:03 AM
The Jets franchise.

Short list is short.
 
2012-12-18 11:08:08 AM
Sanchez was bad, but he does not deserve all the blame. He is clearly frustrated by his lack of support at almost every other position on offense. The O-line lets him get sacked and pressured all over the place. His receivers can't run routes or catch and the play-calling is ridiculous. With a better supporting cast and different coaches, he might have a future. Rex Ryan is a buffoon and should be fired.
 
2012-12-18 11:09:09 AM
"you know my quarterback sucks, I know my quarterback sucks, everyone knows my quarterback sucks.''

You're positive that was Bruce Coslet who said that?
 
2012-12-18 11:11:38 AM
So many Jets greenlights. For a team that sucks so much, they're still doing a damn good job of staying in the headlines (2 green now, and 4 more coming). This is exactly what Ryan wanted.
 
2012-12-18 11:12:03 AM
But, but, Sanchez was an elite quarterback from USC!
 
2012-12-18 11:15:19 AM
Tony Sparano is the worst offensive coordinator hire in years.
 
2012-12-18 11:15:31 AM
They looked as bad as the Cardinals did against Seattle.
 
2012-12-18 11:15:55 AM

HotWingConspiracy: The only honorable thing for Sanchez to do at this point is ritual suicide on the 50 yard line.

Get a kicker out there to punt his severed head through the uprights.


To be fair, it's hard to even be an average QB when you start off a drive with some good passes, get into a rhythm...then you get pulled so your backup can run a play or two.
 
2012-12-18 11:16:30 AM
We were better when Rex was fat.

/Tony Sparano! Yay!!!!! Great move dipshiats.
 
2012-12-18 11:17:10 AM

CatfoodSpork: Sanchez was bad, but he does not deserve all the blame. He is clearly frustrated by his lack of support at almost every other position on offense. The O-line lets him get sacked and pressured all over the place. His receivers can't run routes or catch and the play-calling is ridiculous. With a better supporting cast and different coaches, he might have a future. Rex Ryan is a buffoon and should be fired.


I won't disagree that there were other issues (it's never a good sign when your big comeback drive has to rely on passes to Braylon Edwards and Mardy Gilyard), but the fact is the Jets would have won last night with a minimally competent QB. All three of the late-game turnovers were squarely on him. The two interceptions last night were the result of Sanchez staring down the receiver and throwing a floater into double or triple coverage. The end-of-game fumble was his fault, no matter how it was scored. Opposing defenses focus almost exclusively on shutting down the run and Sanchez still can't get anything going. The Jets need to eat his salary in 2013, making him the most expensive backup in the league for a year, and then let him go. I don't know what the answer is for them -- it's not Tebow, it's probably not McElroy. But it's really time to stick a fork in Sanchez.
 
2012-12-18 11:18:36 AM
PLAYOFF!?
 
2012-12-18 11:19:39 AM
*PLAYOFFS!?!

/I'll go out the back way
 
2012-12-18 11:21:26 AM

Super Chronic: I won't disagree that there were other issues (it's never a good sign when your big comeback drive has to rely on passes to Braylon Edwards and Mardy Gilyard), but the fact is the Jets would have won last night with a minimally competent QB. All three of the late-game turnovers were squarely on him. The two interceptions last night were the result of Sanchez staring down the receiver and throwing a floater into double or triple coverage. The end-of-game fumble was his fault, no matter how it was scored. Opposing defenses focus almost exclusively on shutting down the run and Sanchez still can't get anything going. The Jets need to eat his salary in 2013, making him the most expensive backup in the league for a year, and then let him go. I don't know what the answer is for them -- it's not Tebow, it's probably not McElroy. But it's really time to stick a fork in Sanchez.

 

Yeah yeah...What I mean is that Sanchez has the talent...He's just been so demoralized by the rest of the team that he's just like "aww....fark it".
 
2012-12-18 11:21:29 AM
Alex Smith is going to be cut sometime between March 12th and April 1st. It'll be a free for all between the Jets and Chiefs at that point. Hell, Flacco might be available, too.
 
2012-12-18 11:24:51 AM
did that performance garner a jake award?

/if anyone carries the mantle of jake del homme it would be mark sanchez?
 
2012-12-18 11:24:54 AM
They forgot to mention the entire Rich Kotite season.
 
2012-12-18 11:30:06 AM

rufus-t-firefly: HotWingConspiracy: The only honorable thing for Sanchez to do at this point is ritual suicide on the 50 yard line.

Get a kicker out there to punt his severed head through the uprights.

To be fair, it's hard to even be an average QB when you start off a drive with some good passes, get into a rhythm...then you get pulled so your backup can run a play or two.


I agree completely, they don't know what the fark they're doing and a lot of it has little to do with Sanchez. He hosed it last night regardless.
 
2012-12-18 11:30:32 AM

CatfoodSpork: Super Chronic: I won't disagree that there were other issues (it's never a good sign when your big comeback drive has to rely on passes to Braylon Edwards and Mardy Gilyard), but the fact is the Jets would have won last night with a minimally competent QB. All three of the late-game turnovers were squarely on him. The two interceptions last night were the result of Sanchez staring down the receiver and throwing a floater into double or triple coverage. The end-of-game fumble was his fault, no matter how it was scored. Opposing defenses focus almost exclusively on shutting down the run and Sanchez still can't get anything going. The Jets need to eat his salary in 2013, making him the most expensive backup in the league for a year, and then let him go. I don't know what the answer is for them -- it's not Tebow, it's probably not McElroy. But it's really time to stick a fork in Sanchez. 

Yeah yeah...What I mean is that Sanchez has the talent...He's just been so demoralized by the rest of the team that he's just like "aww....fark it".


Could be. But when the QB is supposed to be the leader and the one to rally the troops and command the huddle... well, yeah.
 
2012-12-18 11:36:35 AM

CatfoodSpork: Yeah yeah...What I mean is that Sanchez has the talent


He really doesn't, though, Not NFL talent, anyway. He doesn't belong in the league.
 
2012-12-18 11:38:12 AM

rufus-t-firefly: HotWingConspiracy: The only honorable thing for Sanchez to do at this point is ritual suicide on the 50 yard line.

Get a kicker out there to punt his severed head through the uprights.

To be fair, it's hard to even be an average QB when you start off a drive with some good passes, get into a rhythm...then you get pulled so your backup can run a play or two.


(Visions of Pat White during the Henne Era.)

Ah, Tony....
 
2012-12-18 11:49:01 AM

farbekrieg: did that performance garner a jake award?

/if anyone carries the mantle of jake del homme it would be mark sanchez?


Rob has to choose between Butt Fumble and Josh Freeman.
 
2012-12-18 11:49:58 AM

HotWingConspiracy: The only honorable thing for Sanchez to do at this point is ritual suicide on the 50 yard line.

Get a kicker out there to punt his severed head through the uprights.


It'd be blocked for a pick-six.
 
2012-12-18 11:51:42 AM

CatfoodSpork: Super Chronic: ***snip***
Yeah yeah...What I mean is that Sanchez has the talent...He's just been so demoralized by the rest of the team that he's just like "aww....fark it".


You may have meant that, but it is not correct. Sanchez is Tony Romo without talent.
 
2012-12-18 11:57:59 AM

AnEvilGuest: farbekrieg: did that performance garner a jake award?

/if anyone carries the mantle of jake del homme it would be mark sanchez?

Rob has to choose between Butt Fumble and Josh Freeman.


Yikes. Can they share?
 
2012-12-18 11:58:59 AM
List should be expanded to include Favre and Mangenuis. Plus the fact that the Jets went after Peyton Manning, and when they failed to get him were so concerned about Sanchez' hurt feelings that they gave Sanchez a contract extension which prevents him from being cut before next season or else the Jets will take a huge cap hit. Whew.
 
2012-12-18 12:02:00 PM

pregerstheHobo: AnEvilGuest: farbekrieg: ***snip***
Yikes. Can they share?


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2012-12-18 12:04:01 PM

pregerstheHobo: AnEvilGuest: farbekrieg: did that performance garner a jake award?

/if anyone carries the mantle of jake del homme it would be mark sanchez?

Rob has to choose between Butt Fumble and Josh Freeman.

Yikes. Can they share?


yeah as bad as the jets were they were at least able to score some points, and seeing as the team that stuck it to the bucs... yeah it will be freeman
 
2012-12-18 12:23:34 PM

CatfoodSpork: The O-line lets him get sacked and pressured all over the place


Basically every football thread throws an O-line under the bus for a QBs faults (I do it myself as a CHI fan), so I did some minor digging. These numbers are based on simple ESPN stats; I'm sure some other pro football site has better stats that include pressured and hurried.

Most sacked QB: Aaron Rodgers, at 45. Followed by Rivers (43), Dalton (38), and Luck (37). Sanchez comes in at 8th, with 33.

Most sacks per attempt: Led by a few part-timers (Kevin Kolb at .148 and Jason Campbell at .118). Among those with more than 200 attempts, Alex Smith has the worst protection/fancy footwork at .111, followed by Rodgers (.095) and Cutler (.093). Sanchez is 10th, with .079.

Least sacks per attempt: On the other side of the coin, the best protection belongs to some of the best QBs (basically all the big names except Rodgers): Eli Manning has the lowest sacks/attempt at .031, followed by Brady & Older Manning (.041), Brees/Schaub (.042), and Stafford/Freeman (.045).

Interceptions:
Two of the QBs with low sacks are in the top (worst) ten in interceptions per attempt: Brees and Eli, tied at .031. Two of the QBs with high sacks are in the top (worst) ten in interceptions per attempt: Cutler at .037, and Sanchez at .041. The best interception per attempt ratio belongs to Brady and RG3, tied at .011.

Not fark-worthy: Romo. Sorry, Romo-haters. He's in the middle of the pack in all of the "per attempt" categories.

TL;DR:
- Rodgers, Smith and RG3 get sacked but DNGAF.
- Cutler and Sanchez get sacked, so they throw the ball to the other team. (Rivers is in this category as well.)
- Brees and Eli don't get sacked, but throw the ball to the other team anyway.
- Brady doesn't get sacked, so he throws the ball to his own team.
- Romo and Sanchez have near-identical sack and interception numbers. However, Romo has 150 more attempts and 9 more TDs.
 
2012-12-18 12:26:29 PM
Can we rename The Jake to The Sanchez?
 
2012-12-18 12:26:35 PM

Gulper Eel: HotWingConspiracy: The only honorable thing for Sanchez to do at this point is ritual suicide on the 50 yard line.

Get a kicker out there to punt his severed head through the uprights.

It'd be blocked for a pick-six.


Hahahah, now that's some good funny
 
2012-12-18 12:52:08 PM
Neil O'Donnell
 
2012-12-18 02:54:08 PM

skrame: CatfoodSpork: The O-line lets him get sacked and pressured all over the place

Basically every football thread throws an O-line under the bus for a QBs faults (I do it myself as a CHI fan), so I did some minor digging. These numbers are based on simple ESPN stats; I'm sure some other pro football site has better stats that include pressured and hurried.

Most sacked QB: Aaron Rodgers, at 45. Followed by Rivers (43), Dalton (38), and Luck (37). Sanchez comes in at 8th, with 33.

Most sacks per attempt: Led by a few part-timers (Kevin Kolb at .148 and Jason Campbell at .118). Among those with more than 200 attempts, Alex Smith has the worst protection/fancy footwork at .111, followed by Rodgers (.095) and Cutler (.093). Sanchez is 10th, with .079.

Least sacks per attempt: On the other side of the coin, the best protection belongs to some of the best QBs (basically all the big names except Rodgers): Eli Manning has the lowest sacks/attempt at .031, followed by Brady & Older Manning (.041), Brees/Schaub (.042), and Stafford/Freeman (.045).

Interceptions: Two of the QBs with low sacks are in the top (worst) ten in interceptions per attempt: Brees and Eli, tied at .031. Two of the QBs with high sacks are in the top (worst) ten in interceptions per attempt: Cutler at .037, and Sanchez at .041. The best interception per attempt ratio belongs to Brady and RG3, tied at .011.

Not fark-worthy: Romo. Sorry, Romo-haters. He's in the middle of the pack in all of the "per attempt" categories.

TL;DR:
- Rodgers, Smith and RG3 get sacked but DNGAF.
- Cutler and Sanchez get sacked, so they throw the ball to the other team. (Rivers is in this category as well.)
- Brees and Eli don't get sacked, but throw the ball to the other team anyway.
- Brady doesn't get sacked, so he throws the ball to his own team.
- Romo and Sanchez have near-identical sack and interception numbers. However, Romo has 150 more attempts and 9 more TDs.


You've gotta give the Cowboys offensive-line a caveat, though. Do you know how badly the offensive-line has to fark up to get Tony Romo to take a sack? He's the most elusive QB in the league right now with no speed. Just instinct. The only way he takes a sack is if the whole line falls apart simultaneously.
 
2012-12-18 04:30:24 PM
Fret not, Jets fans! If Roger Goodell has his way, you'll make the playoffs every year!
 
2012-12-18 07:40:15 PM

scottydoesntknow: So many Jets greenlights. For a team that sucks so much, they're still doing a damn good job of staying in the headlines (2 green now, and 4 more coming). This is exactly what Ryan wanted.


Yes, this is what Ryan wants...extended coverage in Fark. not a winning season, or respect, or a superbowl, or hell a playoff berth...nope, he wasn't page hits on Fark and snickering headlines in NYC papers.

Clever you are
 
2012-12-18 07:50:35 PM
I'll just leave this here...

Jets draft blunders
 
2012-12-18 08:33:57 PM
Whar BUTTFUMBLE? Whar? Fail tag must be for the list.
 
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