Found January 02, 2012 on
Pro Sports Daily:
New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum reiterated Monday that the franchise would stick with Mark Sanchez as the quarterback in 2012.Sanchez was a lightning rod in his third season at the helm, throwing for nearly 3,500 yards and a career-best 26 touchdowns but failing to lead the team back to the postseason.The 25-year-old had mixed results on the ground, rushing for six touchdowns but losing eight fumbles.Sanchez could be facing some turmoil at the wide receiver position, with Santonio Holmes lashing out at teammates and coaching staff over the final weeks of the season and Plaxico Burress not guaranteed to return.The Jets capped a disappointing 8-8 season Sunday with a 19-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
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MIAMI GARDENS, Fl. Mark Sanchez, the New York Jets' third-year quarterback, stood and delivered for one final time Sunday. This was in the postgame news conference. And just as it happened minutes earlier on the field, Sanchez wasn't good enough.
Actually, that's being kind. Sanchez was miserable in the Jets' 19-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium...
Matt Flynn just made himself a ton of money with a standout performance including a Green Bay Packers’ record 6 touchdown and 480 yards passing. Flynn was drafted in the 7th round of the 2008 NFL Draft and is now a free agent moving into 2012. Unlikely to stay with the Packers as no one will be replacing Aaron Rodgers anytime soon here are five teams that should turn to Flynn...
Mark Sanchez threw three interceptions, and the Jets completed one of the most disappointing seasons in team history with a loss to the Dolphins.
Mark Sanchez threw three interceptions and the New York Jets were eliminated from the AFC wild-card playoff race Sunday when they lost 19-17 to the Miami Dolphins.
The Jets managed 374 yards, but I can’t tell you how. They had four three-and-outs and never got into any kind of rhythm. Mark Sanchez (21-of-32, 207 yards, 2 TDs, 3 INTs) did nothing to quiet his critics. His interceptions were all brutal. WR Santonio Holmes (zero catches...
In his final news conference of the season, the Jets' coach defended Mark Sanchez but seemed to suggest that no one on the team should feel safe.
Jets coach Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum delivered some curious answers regarding Brian Schottenheimer yesterday, and while it appears as if Schottenheimer will not be fired, it doesn’t sound as if he is assured of being the offensive coordinator next season.Tannenbaum said the Jets “expect” Schottenheimer...
Well the pace quickens without much warning eh? The regular season certainly didn’t leave with a whimper. Not in a journalistic sense at any rate. Not after it filled our papers and computer screens to the brim with bull fruit madness and lame brained gibberish.
What kind of fool would try to sort this kind of thing out anyway? Mark Sanchez proved he is still as bad as everyone...
New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum was non-committal on Monday about whether or not soon-to-be free agent Plaxico Burress will be back in 2012. Burress ended up having a pretty solid season despite all of the issues the Jets had on offense. He finished the year with 45 receptions for 612 yards and 8 touchdowns. “He [...]
In a press conference to jump start offseason speculation, Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum said that offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer will not be fired, although he is scheduled interview for the Jacksonville head coaching job.