Greg McElroy may have won against the Cardinals last week, but Rex Ryan is sticking with Mark Sanchez for this week's matchup against the Jaguars. In the long term, this might be a better decision than we're giving it credit for -- winning games at this point might actually be a bit counterproductive for the 5-7 Jets, and it might be time to look forward to next season -- but it's still something of a strange one given Sanchez's benching last week. Given the available options at quarterback, which one would give the Jets the best chance to come away with a win in Jacksonville?
Sanchez has the best draft pedigree out of all three quarterbacks, and he's owed the most money, but his performance this year has been less-than-exemplary.
McElroy only got a brief chance to play last week with Sanchez imploding and Tim Tebow injured, but he did manage to avoid mistakes and lead the Jets to their only score of the day.
Tebow's health is a big question mark going into this game, but were he healthy, he'd offer a much different look at the quarterback position than either Sanchez or McElroy.