Found November 24, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:
If you wanted a play to sum up the New York Jets season, you need to take a look at this Mark Sanchez fumble from Thanksgiving Night. Watch as Mark attempts to hand the ball off to his fullback but ends up having to run it himself due to a miscommunication. Then, Mark accidentally runs into his own lineman Brandon Moore and fumbles the ball which is picked up by New England's Steve Gregory for a touchdown: (Apologies for the crappy audio....)
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