Four road playoff wins. There really isn’t much to say other than that. At his age to have that accomplishment under his belt is unheard of. And along the way, didn’t he beat these guys:
Peyton looked a little bit different when Mark Sanchez beat him, but it was still him. Beating those two guys is an accomplishment.
Sanchez’s scoring production has improved every year, through 2011 where he accounted for 32 TDs, 26 passing and 6 running, which actually put him ahead of Eli. He has had several come from behind/fourth quarter wins, yet he is on the hot seat?
His accomplishments should give him the benefit of growing pains, yet they don’t. He is scrutinized more for his INTs, than complimented for his TDs. Turn the page and we will talk about why…