Found November 29, 2012 on Patriots Life:
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez couldn't dodge speaking out on this incident forever. He also couldn't dodge guard Brandon Moore's buttocks on that fateful day at MetLife stadium when he was tackled by his teammate's rear causing a fumble that was then returned for a touchdown by the Patriots. This, of course, is one of the most embarrassing plays imaginable in the game of football, so it's no surprise that Sanchez hadn't publicly addressed the issue until Wednesday. Sanchez was light-hearted about it which is inspiring for all players suffering future despicable plays such as this one."Hopefully we’ll laugh about it later," Sanchez said. "I wasn’t hurt. I guess more stunned than anything. Just like a car accident I was like, ‘Woah, what just happened?’ Then the ball was gone, it was weird."Weird it was. I'm not sure if I would compare it to a car accident. People compare certain things to car accidents or train wrecks because t...
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