I was looking at the laughable position the Jets have placed themselves into by extending Sanchez another three years rather than letting him play out his previously-existing 2 years left on his deal. The analysis is that the man is coddled. He's from USC. Leinart was from USC. Carr was form Fresno State. Peyton Manning? Tennessee. Brees? Purdue. Brady? Michigan. Is it possible that being a college QB in a California college, let alone maybe even on the West Coast ANYWHERE (Ryan Leaf, for example), is a setup for failure once they leap to the NFL? Is it possible that there is a vibe or culture of "Hey man, whatever..." in California that conditions those QBs to be happy with "whatever" in the NFL? It'd be interesting to see how many successful NFL QBs have come from the Midwest and East or Southeast vs. West Coast (primarily California). I don't have time to look at it, historically, but I plan to make a study of it. Just something I was thinking about this morning. What do you think?