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Old 12-26-2011   #573
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Default Re: TJ Yates

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Originally Posted by EVOLVIST View Post
In 4 rookie starts:

TJ Yates (2-2)
832 Yards
QB Rating = 80.8

Mark Sanchez (3-1)
744 Yards
QB Rating = 71.2

In fact, for the whole year he had a 63 QB Rating. But in the playoffs Sanchez, in 3 games had a stellar rating of 92.7
& Sanchez wasn't asked to do a whole lot. It was the running game & the defense that got them to the AFC Championship game 2 years in a row.

Mark had to make some good throws, on some good decisions, but those games weren't on his shoulders. That's what we've got to do with Yates.... it's not protecting him or limiting the play book, it's helping him.

This is a team game, the team is going to have to be bigger than the QB.
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