It's something I was thinking about after reading some comments on another forum and thinking about our practices. It seems as though our QB's struggle a lot to get touchdowns. yes we have practice squad caliber talent at WR, but it seems as though offense has always been a deficiency under Rex's tenure. He doesn't believe in vanilla play-calling for our defense, so it makes things harder in practice. That's great, and should work in theory. However, under real duress, it seems as though Sanchez (and hopefully not Geno) has problems going with his gut, so to speak. The defense is far more simplistic than anything in practice, so he second guesses himself. Much like how a test seems so easy, almost too easy, and you start second guessing yourself to your detriment, the same thing is happening with Sanchez.
Sorry if this doesn't make a lot of sense. Essentially, what I am saying is that maybe our defense should be more vanilla in practice to allow our offense to flourish.