"I like Chad Henne," Dilfer said. "I think he's good player. I think he's limited athletically. I don't think he's the same type of athlete as Mark Sanchez. He's not the same type of thrower. He's kind of a fastball thrower. He doesn't have the repertoire as a football player that Mark Sanchez has. That doesn't mean he can't develop it, but that's going to take longer.
"Sanchez is the unique talent of the last five or six draft classes because he has that Alpha male personality. He has that 'it factor.' Then physically he has the sudden feet, plenty of arm, is highly accurate, was mature beyond his years as a college player. He has a distinct advantage because of his makeup, the total package, and they're supporting him in such a great way.
Okay, what kind of drivel is this? Sticking up for the brotherhood of over-hyped QBs in the draft and over-rated mediocre QBs who rode a dominant defense to success in the playoffs??????
What kind of "repertoire" does Sanchez have that Henne does not have? Hand-off to Thomas Jones to the left. Hand-off to Thomas Jones on the right. Hand-off to Thomas Jones up the middle. Repeat. Leave the field so that Brad Smith can rip through the Bengals defense in the Wildcat...
is right and you know it (7 votes)
could not be more wrong about this (47 votes)
is wrong but makes some good points (30 votes)
has a man-crush (and not in the good way) for Mark Sanchez (131 votes)
215 total votes