"Obviously we need to win," Ryan said Thursday, via the New York Daily News. "This is a big decision. (A big factor) in determining wins and losses is the play of your quarterback a lot of times. But no, I don't feel that my future's tied in with how we do things (with the quarterback)."
Ryan knows it's all about the bottom line.
"One thing I can (do to) affect the job security is by winning," Ryan said. "That's what everybody wants. Our fans want (it). That's what Woody (Johnson) wants. That's what we all want. Obviously, that's what I want."
That's why he's rolling with Sanchez. That's why we can't fault Ryan for his call.
There's no reason to believe Sanchez is the solution long-term, but the same is true for Tim Tebow and Greg McElroy. Ryan is worried about right now. We don't doubt he still believes Sanchez is the superior option.