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Christmas Eve Football
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|QUOTE (A_C @ Dec 27 2011, 01:21 PM)|
|QUOTE (CubbieDream @ Dec 26 2011, 11:55 AM)|
| If Peyton is available, I really do think that we should go for him. See what this team is capable of with a capable QB.|
I want to agree with you, Cubbie, but I'm worried it's gonna be Favre mark II. If we did add Manning and drafted a quality pass-rusher (finally) I'd be a lot more optimistic over next season. However, part of me would like to see how Sanchez plays under a new OC. I've never been a fan of Schotty and, you have to wonder, are his gameplans and preparation ruining Sanchez? His gameplans have hung Sanchez out to dry a few times this season. We both know that getting Sanchez to throw the ball 50+ times is never going to work, so why doesn't our OC?
In a way I do agree, but on Saturday Schotty dialled up the right plays and Sanchez left them on the field. How many times did he miss an open receiver, under throw or over throw. Hold on too long and get sacked, have no awareness where the pressure was coming from. Schotty puts a play together to get the receivers open, and then for Sanchez to go through his reads and make the right decision. On Saturday and many times this year, we have had open receivers over the middle and Sanchez has decided to check it down for a 3-4 yard game. I just don't think Sanchez has the awareness, or recognition to be an elite or even a very good QB. Maybe a new offensive coordinator is what he needs to just make a fresh start, but Schotty isn't the one making the decisions on the field when there are open receivers, i would say it's 50-50 in the blame game between both of them.
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