Sanchez Tsunami: SoCal Surfer Wipes Out in REAL Weather Elements

Jon SContributor IOctober 18, 2009

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 18: Mark Sanchez #6 of the New York Jets throws a pass under pressure by Ashlee Palmer #59 of the Buffalo Bills during the game on October 18, 2009 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

We thought it was just a fluke. We thought that this was the game to bounce back. I mean its the Buffalo Bills and the Jets made them look like the 85 Bears pass defense. This was absolutely the worst game by a QB in the history of the Jets. It's too bad that it wasn't 72 degrees and sunny like Sanchez is used to everyday. The winds threw the passes around better than Sanchez did. One out of every three balls caught that Sanchez threw, was caught by the other team. He completed 10 passes to his own team, and completed 5 to the Bills. He wasted an outstanding performance by Thomas Jones who had 210 yards on 22 carries.

You would think that would be good enough for a win, but every time the Jets had something going Sanchez would strike again and throw another pick. I was pleading to the TV that Rex Ryan would take out Sanchez and put in Clemens. I don't care if Sanchez was paid a zillion dollars, he needed to be taken out of the game.

I thought for sure that it was poetic justice that Lindell missed a kick wide right. It could only mean that the Jets were going to win the game. Only the Jets could lose a game like this. Only the Jets could build up the hopes of the fan-base after the first three weeks of the season and fail to deliver once again.

Sanchez is not good yet. I'm sick and tired of dealing with a team that fails to deliver and finds new ways to lose every week. Sanchez rushed his throws and forced them into tight spots when he could have taken the option to run or look elsewhere to an open receiver.

The Jets defense also once again failed to deliver in the clutch. They lost a critical player in Kris Jenkins and the defense showed it. They couldn't stop the running game of the Bills allowing over 100 yards and always collapsing. It wasn't their fault that Sanchez kept putting them in terrible positions. They kept bending and eventually they broke.

Rex Ryan better sit Sanchez down and warn him that he better earn his starting job at practice this week or he'll be riding the bench. This is just another example of how the Jets are never going to be good, and Sanchez is not the answer for this season's playoff hopes if he keeps playing like this. The Jets were losers in the past, are losers now, and forever will be losers. This franchise is hopeless.