Originally posted on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 12/16/11

New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is delving into Derek Jeter territory and now may be the second biggest swinging dick in the Big Apple.

The New York Post tells us Sanchez romanced two women at the Moderne Hotel on Tuesday and Wednesday. Before your head starts spinning with porno-like scenarios, they both came and went at different times.

Sanchez checked in with a brunette at 3 a.m. on Tuesday.

A witness reports Sanchez’s companion was “a Spanish-looking brunette.” She was seen leaving the Moderne at 8:30 a.m., when a chivalrous Sanchez walked her downstairs. Our source told us, “He was dead-sober and very polite, said goodbye, and he went right upstairs.”

And then…

But just two hours later, after Sanchez ordered room service for himself, a pretty blonde came to the Moderne to join him at about 10:45 a.m. and went up to his room. But the tryst didn’t last long — Sanchez and the woman left the hotel 45 minutes later.

My favorite part about these New York Post columns is the people writing them have no clue about the sport these guys play. They go on to comment on how the “usually dapper” Sanchez was wearing sweats and a hoodie and left in a car to Jersey.

That’s because he was going to practice, you morons. NFL teams practice on Wednesday during the season and your Jets just happen to do so in Jersey.

What’s more interesting, had they any clue to notice it, is what is the Jets starting quarterback doing staying up all night banging broads when he has practice the next day? I mean, I know he went to USC and that’s how the Trojans roll, but maybe old Sanchez isn’t quite as serious about football as he should be. Maybe that’s why his on-field performance isn’t all that, huh?

I’ll tell you what Aaron Rodgers was doing on Tuesday night. Watching film.

[Sanchez hits end zone twice]


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