Sanchez has gotten better each year, last year he put career best TDs (26), completion %, rating and yards. I think it's safe to assume he continues to get better. I sort of think he's stuck in the same situation as Smith was, with a defensive minded coach and not a very capable offensive staff who can really teach him to be a great NFL QB.
They got rid of Brian Schottenheimer as OC and hired Tony Sparano, I think he improves even more this year. Remember, despite very pedestrian statistics his first two years, he made it to 2 AFC Championship games, that says something.
However, $27 million is a f**k of a lot of guaranteed money, they really didn't need to give him that much lol.
[ Edited by KowboyKiller on Mar 9, 2012 at 9:09 PM ]