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Just because you don't have a Super Bowl ring, it doesn't mean that you're not a good quarterback. Sanchez has been lucky on the Jets because they have one of the best defenses in the league. But when it comes down to it, Sanchez can be known to make a spectacular play in the regular season or during playoff mode.
In his career, Sanchez has a 55.3 completion percentage, 9,209 career passing yards, 195.5 yards per game, 55 TD passes, 51 interceptions, and a 78.2 quarterback rating.
Some of the statistics could be better, especially the passer rating, and he must avoid interceptions in the future because this past season he was responsible for 18.
Last season, Sanchez was sacked a career-high 39 times, but he set career highs for completion percentage (56.7%), yards (3,474), completions (308), attempts (543), and touchdowns (26).
Sanchez may not currently be viewed as one of the best quarterbacks in the league, and there's definitely room for improvement, but this upcoming season should be a standout one for the Jets starting quarterback.