Originally Posted by knickballer
Sanchez was horrible his rookie season and he almost cost them a playoff appearance with his horrible play. If they had a competent QB they would've won 3-4 games that season. I remember Sanchez just losing them games with turnovers that year. His second season he was average at best and was a subpar game manager. However, he did play well in the playoffs.
But Tebow had a more direct impact with the Broncos success than Sanchez ever did with NY imo. The W-L record with Tebow in the lineup and Tebow's late game heroics is the primary reason.
Denver's defense kept them in games the same way the Jets D did for Sanchez. When the defenses aren't stout they get blown out. Sanchez should be happy to give the reigns to Tebow for a few games and collect a paycheck. Not like the team is going to win with either guy under center.