Found November 05, 2012 on NESN.com:
What's worse than having to start a quarterback who stinks? Having to sit that quarterback and still pay him a lot of money. The Jets are reportedly trying to avoid that ignominious scenario by getting their money's worth out of starting quarterback Mark Sanchez after signing him to a three-year extension in the offseason. The Jets are hoping Sanchez will rise to form by keeping him in the starting spot at least this year and possibly for next season, Mike Florio of profootballtalk.com reports. The Jets extended Sanchez's contract in March, shortly after Peyton Manning chose to join the Broncos over a host of other teams, including New York. Sanchez's deal, which includes $20.5 million in guarantees in 2012 and 2013, put his five-year total pay at $58.25 million -- the seventh-highest salary among quarterbacks. The deal was seen by many as a way to ameliorate Sanchez, who had come under heavy criticism for his underwhelming performance in 2011. By giving...
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