NY Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez hardly great in loss to 49ers, but all blame can't be put on him
Without Darrelle Revis and possibly Santonio Holmes for length of time, Jets need to look at GM Mike Tannenbaum for adding Tim Tebow and not adding well-rounded depth to roster this offseason.
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Sunday, September 30, 2012, 10:56 PM
In the end, the outcome of the Jets’ game against San Francisco had nothing to do with them missing their best defensive player, Darrelle Revis. As it always does with the Jets, it came down to what the quarterback did or didn’t do.
Mark Sanchez had two costly turnovers - an interception and a fumble. He didn’t do anything to produce points.
But the 34-0 whipping that the Niners administered at MetLife Stadium on Sunday can’t be put solely on Sanchez’s shoulders. That would be wrong. Sanchez didn’t make this mess. He’s just caught in the middle of it, and he doesn’t have the tools to dig the Jets out.
The Jets unraveled with four turnovers and a lack of execution in all three phases. No NFL team is going to overcome that.
The Jets were never in this game, despite being down just 10-0 at halftime. And when they lost receiver Santonio Holmes, their only game-breaker, to a foot injury in the fourth quarter their lack of talent was evident for all to see.
With the loss of Revis and the potential loss of Holmes for a few games, the Jets don’t have a leg to stand on - on either side of the ball.
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