Found October 02, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
My next sentence may make Jets fans punch the computer screen throw their phones or rip the newspaper in half. The Jets miss Mark Sanchez (I’m ducking). I know I know. It seems like an impossible illogical thing to say. But the 2013 Jets would be a better team right now with Sanchez under center instead of Geno Smith. Sanchez was thriving in Marty Mornhinweg’s system during training camp and Smith would have been better off watching the first four games of the regular season instead of trying to figure things out on the field. All of this makes the decision to play Sanchez in the fourth quarter of a meaningless preseason game with the Giants in August that much dumber. Whether it was coach Rex Ryan general manager John Idzik or some combination of the Jets’ brain trust who decided to stick Sanchez behind an offensive line that featured two rookies and two players who would be cut a week later it was incredibly short-sighted. When Marvin Austin crushed Sanchez’s shoulder that nig...
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