Found December 04, 2011 on NBC New York:
Would you rather watch a snuff film or watch Mark Sanchez run the Jets offense?  For most of Sunday, the question wasn't a particularly ridiculous one. The Jets offense alternated between committing stupid penalties, taking useless timeouts, missing open receivers and running a limp Wildcat before Sanchez finally connected with Santonio Holmes for a 30-yard touchdown with just under five minutes to play. The pass looked like something out of a completely different offense as Sanchez froze the defense with a perfect pump fake while Holmes was embarrassing Redskins corner Josh Wilson on a double move for the ages. The ball floated right into Holmes' hands, the Jets had a touchdown and they were on their way to a 34-19 win.  It wasn't over there, obviously, but a small lead is all you need when you're facing Rex Grossman. Grossman fumbled on a sack by Aaron Maybin to end the next Redskins possession and Shonn Greene ran in an insurance touchdown two plays later to put t...
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