There's a strong possibility many NFL teams will be starting backup quarterbacks in Week 11 for one reason or another, though the New York Jets won't be one of them.
That seems to be just fine with a few unidentified teammates of Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow.
Coach Rex Ryan's task of helping the slumping Jets remain positive is becoming increasingly difficult as they prepare for their road matchup with the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.
New York (3-6) is on the verge of losing four consecutive games for the first time since dropping six straight in 2007, and much of the blame has fallen on the right arm of the struggling Sanchez.
He finished 9 of 22 for 124 yards and an interception while losing a fumble for the third straight week in last Sunday's 28-7 loss at Seattle. Sanchez, who has completed an NFL-worst 52.0 percent of his passes, isn't making excuses for his spotty play.
"I have got to make better decisions," said Sanchez, whose 70.9 passer rating ...