But today, Scouts Inc.'s Matt Williamson tells us not only is Chad Henne the better quarterback, but that he wins "in a landslide." In his breakdown, Williamson manages to describe Henne as the badass fucking robot that he is, while describing Sanchez as the foppy little willowy-armed shitstick that he is:
Henne is the prototype. He has a very good arm and can threaten the field at all levels. He is well built and shows great toughness. He can stand in the pocket in the face of a heavy rush, step into his throw and deliver the football. Henne sees the field and reads coverages better than Sanchez, which is to be expected since Henne has been in the league longer at this point.
Sanchez should develop into a fine anticipatory passer who gets the ball out on time. His accuracy will improve in the short and intermediate zones. But overall, I see Sanchez as a player who is very average physically for the quarterback position and he will struggle passing outside the numbers within this division late in the season due to weather problems. He simply doesn’t have nearly as high of a ceiling as Henne.
There you go. Tim Graham's old school way of evaluating individual players by "how far the team went" vs. Scouts Inc. breaking down game film, tendencies and mechanics. It's pretty plain and fucking simple. I think if Einstein had to write a mathematical theory describing this study, it'd go thusly: Robots from the 50's > Mexicans.