Found December 18, 2011 on Inside The Iggles:
Editor’s note: Steve Fini breaks down five players who will decide today’s Eagles-Jets showdown. Mark Sanchez (QB/Jets) - Sanchez is like most of the quarterbacks the Eagles have faced this season. He’s solid, can make a play or two, but is turnover prone and his coaches don’t trust him enough to win them the game. Luckily for New York, the Eagles have made these types of quarterbacks look outstanding this season. Sanchez is a fraud of a starter and his head coach, Rex Ryan, does a better job of expressing his confidence in Sanchez to the media than he does on game day. If the Eagles can force him to throw the football in big spots, Philly should be in good shape. Look for Plaxico Burress to find the end zone today. Plaxico Burress (WR/Jets) - Burress has had some games this year where he’s really stood out and shown the ability he used to have before he went to jail. In other games he’s been non-existent and hardly on the field. I think today’s going to be one of those games ...
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