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As much as Jets fans would like to see Geno Smith be their week one starter this season, Mark Sanchez will likely win the job, according to the New York Daily News.
Smith thrived with quick, short passes in college — one of the staples in Mornhinweg’s offense, too — but it’s unlikely that the rookie will be ready to be the Week 1 starter. He’s still working to improve his drop backs after spending the majority of his career at West Virginia in the shotgun.
I can’t imagine Sanchez playing much better than he did last season. I think Smith will start at some point in 2013.
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If you let the New York Jets quarterbacks Geno Smith or Mark Sanchez tell it, the odds are in their respective favors to win the quarterback’s job.
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It looks like it will be another year of watching Mark Sanchez under center in the Meadowlands.
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The New York Jets have announced that they’ve signed second round pick, quarterback Geno Smith.
The New York Jets have signed second-round rookie QB Geno Smith.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) July 22, 2013
Smith will now be ready to go as the Jets start training camp later this week.
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