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    Re: Could Spags be too "old school" to win in this type of NFL?

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    Am I crazy, or didn't we just see a team with a rookie QB with a sub-70 passer rating, the league's best running game, and the top defense in the league make it to the AFC Championship game?

    Yes we did. But to think this is the norm rather the exception is a mistake. And Sanchez fooled most everyone by playing out of his mind after performing poorly for much of the season.


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    Re: Could Spags be too "old school" to win in this type of NFL?

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    Am I crazy, or didn't we just see a team with a rookie QB with a sub-70 passer rating, the league's best running game, and the top defense in the league make it to the AFC Championship game?
    Yes and the year before wasn't Joe Flacco the QB for the defensive minded Ravens? Hmmmmmm seems you're onto something AV.

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    Re: Could Spags be too "old school" to win in this type of NFL?

    Originally Posted by AvengerRam
    Am I crazy, or didn't we just see a team with a rookie QB with a sub-70 passer rating, the league's best running game, and the top defense in the league make it to the AFC Championship game?
    Quote Originally Posted by NJ Ramsfan1 View Post
    Yes we did. But to think this is the norm rather the exception is a mistake. And Sanchez fooled most everyone by playing out of his mind after performing poorly for much of the season.
    Good point / argument, NJ. I agree with your observation. Seems to me that the Jets offense, their HC / OC and, of course, Sánchez himself, had the "pass first - ask questions later" mentality in 2009. Certainly their defense bailed them out more than once but IMO, they're geared towards, relying more on a passing game.

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    Re: Could Spags be too "old school" to win in this type of NFL?

    Well be successful just have to give confidence...It's like novicain..give it time it always works !

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