Sanchez is dreadful, the decision to play Sanchez isn't just coming from Rex/Tony not wanting to look stupid for saying 'he's our guy' but from the front office as well. They invested a lot to move up to the top 5 (lol) to take Sanchez, one of the worst QBs in football in my not so humble opinion. He routinely misses high percentage throws, he routinely gets the Dikembe Mutumbo finger shake from defensive linemen, and he doesn't provide any particular unique strength to separate him from even average QBs. He's not elusive, he doesn't have good arm strength, he's not a good decision maker, he can't even drive the bus with a great defense. It's funny because Sanchez just reminds me how tough it is to get a good QB in this league. Teams trade up and give up drafts all the time to reach for the position because it's so important to your team being successful. Makes me wish we weren't wasting away the prime of our franchise QBs career with such a piss poor offensive line. When ya finally get him a defense his line goes to **** and now an already difficult task becomes practically impossible. Everyone knows Garrett loves to throw, take away the running game from your QB and now he's throwing the ball in incredible tight windows, play action has become completely obsolete, and you're always playing from behind. Thank goodness for Romo because he's made a lot of people on this line, team, coaching staff, and organization look a lot better than they've really been for years now.