"We don't have blinders on," he said. "It has to get better and we think it will get better and we think it will become more consistent going into Mark's fourth year."
In an effort to do that, Sanchez said he has visited former Jets quarterback Chad Pennington to try to pick up new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano's system before offseason workouts begin. Sanchez is also eager to put last year's failures behind him.
"Our first two years together, those are some of the best years the Jets have had in a long time," Sanchez said. "So, they understand that, and they wouldn't let one season change their view on me. They know how hard I'm going to work to come back next year and be the player that we all know I am, and we can be the team that we all know we are."