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This unit has been under the microscope since the beginning of Rex Ryan's tenure. Mark Sanchez has been given three years of experience without any credible backup threatening his starter status. Coming in to his fourth year as a starter, the Jets believed bringing in Tim Tebow would challenge Sanchez enough mentally to step up and take on this role more effectively.
Unfortunately, four games into the season it seems as though Sanchez has not taken any noticeable strides under new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano. His completion percentage, perhaps his most worrisome statistic in previous years, is still around that 50 percent mark. That has left him ranking dead last among NFL quarterbacks in this category.
The Jets offense still stalls and fails to move the chain far too often, and has been completely ineffective since the season opener against Buffalo.
Tebow, who was brought in to be used as a change-of-pace player, running the wildcat, etc. has been invisible and has gotten most of his playing time on special teams. The Jets have not really shown too much of the wildcat up to this point, so his grade will have to be an incomplete until further notice.
Greg McElroy, the second year quarterback out of Alabama, has not taken a snap thus far and that is likely how Jets fans would like to keep it. However, McElroy will receive an "A" mostly because he has been able to stay quiet and not come out with comments detrimental to the team.
That's already an improvement from last year.