Mark Sanchez has become almost immune to criticism through his first three years in the league. He’s won more road playoff games than any other quarterback and he’s barely 25, so he earns somewhat of a pass. But ask yourself, are the Jets any different in any of those playoff games if they have Kyle Orton, who has become this generation’s epitome of an average quarterback, at the helm instead? Probably not. The Jets would still pound the ball and rely on their defense to carry them to victory. Sure, Sanchez did an impeccable job of managing those games. However, you don’t spend the fifth pick in the entire draft on a quarterback that can just manage a game. By no means is Mark Sanchez looking like the franchise quarterback the Jets expected, and he is on the fast track to being labeled as a bust.
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NOTE: These do not, and should not, influence my mock draft. My rankings are how I view the players, while a mock draft is how I feel the teams will select the players. However, often times, the two are similar. I’m only doing the top five by position for now. Expect me to expand upon [...]
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Updated: January 29, 2009 * Denotes Underclassman FIRST ROUND 1. Detroit Lions — Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia* 6-3 | 237 lbs. | Junior Tampa Bay, FL Sam Bradford made the right decision by returning to school for another season. Bradford did not exactly light up the field during the BCS Championship verses Florida. However, he [...]
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Short practice video of Mark Sanchez, quarterback for Southern Cal. He initially wasn’t on the first round mock draft back in June, but his impressive performance against Virginia makes me think his stock is on the rise. Considering there have been a few players from USC that haven’t worked out, people have mixed feelings when [...]
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