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DISCUSSION TOPIC: New York Jets’ QB Competition, Post OTAs

By Alan Schechter

Jun 11, 2013; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith (7) and New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) during the New York Jets minicamp session at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

It’s a topic that we are not going to be able to get away from until week one, or a decision is announced, which ever comes first. With that, we are going to keep with the debate, but a more obscure possibility that could happen. And, I want to hear what you guys and girls think.

The question stemmed upon what I was reading from the media members in attendance for the practice sessions. No, I am not saying I was charting their passes, because we all know that means very little. OK, it means nothing. But, what I found interesting is how the QBs really aren’t impressing anyone so far. Yes, it is early, but they have been quite the mediocre tandem so far.

That got me thinking, and I want to hear from you! What if the competition were to continue, and nobody moves ahead. Say we are through 3 weeks of preseason games, and the stats are nearly equal. Neither of the QBs are really taking hold of the offense, and haven’t distinguished themselves.

My question to you is, in that scenario, who do the Jets start? Does a tie go to the incumbent? Or is it time to make the changeover and turn the keys over to Geno in a tied situation.

Please sound off on this one below. I want to hear your opinions.