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Posted: 10/10/2012 7:45:08 AM
Tebow or Sanchez?

They both only complete 45-50 percent of their passes and Tebow has more skills. Seems like a no brainer IMHO. Put the guy with the best shot to score points in the game.

I had the Texans as my final team on my teaser, just like almost the rest of the gambling world, and I was actually more nervous with Tebow on the field than I was with Sanchez.

Tebow’s ability to improvise and make plays made me a little uneasy when I saw him in the game. When I see Sanchez on the field, I feel like the offense goes flat, and isn’t going to do a damn thing with the ball.

When Sanchez is on the field the Jets can’t control time of possession, run, throw any passes, or throw the ball deep to stretch the field, and is 6-8 since the bye last season.

I can’t think of any positives to say about Sanchez right now, other than he once went to back to back AFC championship games somehow. Something Sanchez will be telling his family, kids, and grand kids every damn day.

Just like Al Bundy, because we all know Al Bundy is a shoe salesman, but he once scored 4 touchdowns in a single game.

When Tebow’s on the field the Jets can control time of possession, run option, spread, run the ball, screens, dink & dunk, play action, stretch the field, and was 8-5 as a QB last season.

Plus, if the defense keeps it close, Tebow has a 4th quarter/OT rating of 101.2, 6 fourth quarter comebacks, and 7 game-winning drives.

Both are not the future guys, but the question is, who gives the Jets the best shot to score points right now, win games right now, and a bigger threat to cost us money betting against them?

If I were a Jets fan, I would want Tebow in the game for this season, and would hope for the Jets to draft a QB in the next NFL draft.

By the way, I wouldn’t want either as my starting QB. I think Skip is right on this one and Cowherd is wrong on this subject. So, what do you guys think, and who are you more afraid to bet against?
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Posted: 10/10/2012 8:43:33 AM
   Even though I ended up throwing a small action bet down on the Jets Mon. money, that team as a whole scares the garbage out of me every time i bet them.   There's no quality players around either QB now to help ease the pressure, and the O line was bad enough without having to switch up players, and install a rookie, when Mangold went down. I guess if you had to put your faith in who can get it done without a supporting cast, I'd have to take the more athletic Tebow. Can't believe I just typed that.   I never believed in Sanchez, even when they had their little play off spurts. Revis and their defense has been the foundation of their success, that and a decent ground attack, which is non existent right now. I think it's going to be a long painful season for Jets fans, and expect to see them pegged as big dogs the remainder of the year.  Their success covering Monday was probably in the best spot, situation that they'll be in for the remainder of the year, so I just don't see either QB having success by themselves. Always good stuff from you, when you throw a question out there.   BOL
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Posted: 10/10/2012 9:18:22 AM
Tebow's first pass vs Houston was right in the hands of Hill for like 30-40 yard gain in not a td had he not had stone hands and dropped the ball.
Sanchez passes were all over the place and receivers had to do great feats in order to catch them. 

I think Tebow is a better choice as he gives them a run option that the defense needs to consider every time he is at qb.



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Posted: 10/10/2012 9:19:46 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DA_BOYS:

Tebow's first pass vs Houston was right in the hands of Hill for like 30-40 yard gain
if not a td had he not had stone hands and dropped the ball.
Sanchez passes were all over the place and receivers had to do great feats in order to catch them. 

I think Tebow is a better choice as he gives them a run option that the defense needs to consider every time he is at qb.



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Posted: 10/10/2012 9:20:15 AM
Wow that's still pretty bad english.
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Posted: 10/10/2012 9:21:09 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by 222bad:

   Even though I ended up throwing a small action bet down on the Jets Mon. money, that team as a whole scares the garbage out of me every time i bet them.   There's no quality players around either QB now to help ease the pressure, and the O line was bad enough without having to switch up players, and install a rookie, when Mangold went down. I guess if you had to put your faith in who can get it done without a supporting cast, I'd have to take the more athletic Tebow. Can't believe I just typed that.   I never believed in Sanchez, even when they had their little play off spurts. Revis and their defense has been the foundation of their success, that and a decent ground attack, which is non existent right now. I think it's going to be a long painful season for Jets fans, and expect to see them pegged as big dogs the remainder of the year.  Their success covering Monday was probably in the best spot, situation that they'll be in for the remainder of the year, so I just don't see either QB having success by themselves. Always good stuff from you, when you throw a question out there.   BOL
My covers bro 222...

I agree there are no quality players around Sanchez, but I believe that best QB who can turn diamonds into garbage has to be Tebow. All the TE’s, RB’s or receivers have to do is catch a maximum of 10 balls on offense, and run the rock. The defenses are scared of Tebow not Sanchez cuz of play making ability. 

The Broncos lead the league in rushing last year and the Broncos talent was garbage. The Broncos couldn’t pass protect for garbage last year, but Tebow had the ability to break tackles, move in the pocket, move outside the pocket, and make plays. How about play shitty Sanchez for 3 quarters and let Tebow take over the fourth.

We’ve seen what happens in the 4th when Tebow’s on the field. The best way to help a shitty o-line is a mobile QB that’s hard to bring down, and Tebow can do that. Let’s face it, the season is over, so lets laugh and see, if that bullshit magic happens again. We know if the defense keeps it close what Tebow can do.
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Posted: 10/10/2012 9:29:34 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DA_BOYS:

Tebow's first pass vs Houston was right in the hands of Hill for like 30-40 yard gain in not a td had he not had stone hands and dropped the ball.
Sanchez passes were all over the place and receivers had to do great feats in order to catch them. 

I think Tebow is a better choice as he gives them a run option that the defense needs to consider every time he is at qb.



I truly think my Texans teaser for -1 would have lost if Tebow took over the fourth quarter. Every time Tebow went on the field, I was thinking oh garbage. His ability to extend plays, break tackles, and throw the deep ball makes him a greater threat than Sanchez... is exactly what I was thinking when I was watching the game on Monday night.
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Posted: 10/10/2012 9:34:18 AM
" We know if the defense keeps it close what Tebow can do."

   Tall order especially if Cromatire (spelling) even gets a hangnail. Like I said, it was probably the Jets best spot for a cover, possible win left, and a bad spot for the Texans after their previous weeks beat down, and with the Pack on deck.  Going to be interesting to see where the early money goes in the GB/Tex game this week.  Same old, not as good as your last win, and not as bad as your last loss theory.  Short week for the "Lil' Cowboys" with West to East, and East back to West travel.  Everyone thinks the Packers are done.
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Posted: 10/10/2012 11:26:59 AM
222… I think the Jets defense can play like a top 10 defense any given Sunday. The problem is the defense is on the field too damn long and gets tired. That’s why I believe the Jets need to run the clock and keep the defense on the side line to rest between drives. We know Tebow can run, so let him do what he does.

I would be on the Pack and putting my cheddar on them against any team right now except the Patriots and the Texans right now. The Texans playing on Sunday night football in front of a crowd that's been dying for a prime time victory is just too tough of a challenge to over come for the pack IMHO.

If Seattle’s defense was able to dominate the pack for almost the entire game, imagine what the Texans defense is going to do to them in their own statement prime time spot? I have the Texans on a teaser. If I had to bet on the game, I would bet the Texans alternate line, Texans money line, or Texans total team points.

I just don’t feel comfortable betting on the cheese heads in this spot. The Texans are a legit contender, at home, in prime time, with the best player in the league IMO, DE JJ Watts is playing out of his mind right now. I would be terrified to be against that play maker right now.
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Posted: 10/10/2012 11:43:29 AM
As a Dolphins fan, I'd rather face Sanchez than Tebow.

If Sanchez is the QB week 8, I'm pounding the Fins. they want revenge baddddly.
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Posted: 10/10/2012 11:48:03 AM
Hey SRH. I bet going into week 6 you never would have guessed the Fins and Cowboys would have the same amount of wins.

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Posted: 10/10/2012 12:47:24 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by earthWake:

Hey SRH. I bet going into week 6 you never would have guessed the Fins and Cowboys would have the same amount of wins.

Oh garbage...LMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

I think fans of the Bills, Dolphins would rather play Sanchez, and the Patriots would rather play Tebow.

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Posted: 10/10/2012 1:05:20 PM
Sanchez is over rated & the head coach Ryan loves him for some reason...........maybe they both suck each others toes. I dont know but the best Qb right now for the Jets is Tebow. He fuels a fire in players, except for that dropped pass by that receiver that should have easily been caught, I think Tebow is the Jets future, not Sanchez.

Only reason the Jets ever got to 2 championship games is because of their defense.............cant say that about Brady or Manning.
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Posted: 10/10/2012 4:31:22 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by PrimeTimeBoys:

Sanchez is over rated & the head coach Ryan loves him for some reason...........maybe they both suck each others toes. I dont know but the best Qb right now for the Jets is Tebow. He fuels a fire in players, except for that dropped pass by that receiver that should have easily been caught, I think Tebow is the Jets future, not Sanchez.

Only reason the Jets ever got to 2 championship games is because of their defense.............cant say that about Brady or Manning.
Yeah, all Sanchez is right now, is an inaccurate QB, that can sometimes be accurate, with no intangibles. I would rather take my chances on a running back that fires up the team, can make schoolyard plays, and can make a few momentum changing passes a game.

The Jets used to have a running game when Sanchez went to those 2 AFC championships. Now the running game is nonexistent and the only person who can spark a running game is the back up QB, so Tebow gets the job by default.
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Posted: 10/10/2012 5:06:02 PM
Everyone should be scared to bet against the ......SEAHAWKS.
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