Those issues are not Sanchez's fault; they lie with personnel decisions made by management, including Ryan.
What is Sanchez's responsibility is executing on the field, both mentally and physically. He's shown little adeptness in either area this season.
"We are where we're at. I can't go back and change anything," Sanchez said. "My job is to play well for the guys in this locker room and for a head coach who believes in me."
A coach who believes so much in him that he might be staking his own job on that faith.
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