Found November 27, 2011 on SI.com:
PLAYERS: Mark Sanchez
TEAMS: New York Jets
He missed receivers. He made bad decisions. Yet Mark Sanchez also threw four TD passes as the Jets beat the Bills 28-24. Chris Burke says it's time we face reality regarding the QB.
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