Found December 31, 2012 on Players View:

Mark Sanchez tried to lay low as the final weeks of the most  humiliating season in New York Jets’ history  came to a close.

After Sanchez lead the Jets down the rabbit-hole to another defeat, he took the time to say his peace.  

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