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NFL Injury Report:
Florio of NBCSports reports that New York Jets quarterback, Mark Sanchez,
remains day-to-day after injuring his throwing shoulder in the Jets’ third
preseason game against the New York Football Giants.
Will New York Jets head coach, Rex Ryan, get ink of his wife
wearing a Matt Simms jersey? Highly
unlikely, even though New York Jets QB, Matt Simms, is starting the Jets fourth
and final preseason game.
The more important question is who will be commanding the
huddle for the Jets’ season opener? The Jets have not committed to naming a
starting signal caller and they do not have to, at least not yet. If this was an episode on Adult Swim (or if
we were hanging with a certain former Patriots tight end), Rex’s tattoo of his
wife wearing a Sanchez jersey would come alive as a cartoon character and play
QB for the Jets come week 1.
Reports are that the Jets are uncertain if Sanchez can start
the season and are playing this one close to the first class section so other
teams do not think they are desperate for a QB.
In Jets’ logic, if other teams feel the Jets are in dire need of a QB,
they would certainly up the price for the Jets in any trade.
The more I try to understand the Jets, the more I go into
spatial disorientation. The Jets have
been in need of a QB for a few seasons now so I am not sure why it matters now
what other teams think they do or do not need.
New York Jets QB, Geno Smith, had a throw-up performance for
his third preseason game. However,
Smith’s performance (or lack thereof) is of no real significance since the Jets
are not going to win much this season anyway.
So all of this Jets’ drivel about who is or who is not the starter is
unnecessary. If Sanchez cannot go with a
bad shoulder, Geno is the man. If
Sanchez is healthy enough to play, Sanchez gets the nod. Alternatively, option C; the Jets start a
cartoon character. I vote for option C,
since it is more likely to earn a W.
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