Found November 16, 2011 on
Legend of Cecilio Guante:
Time Keeps on Ticking, Ticking, Ticking...Is This the Future?Let me just get it off my chest. I'm starting to get more than a little frustrated with Mark Sanchez. Tomorrow night in Denver will do little to sway me one way or the other. However, I've tried to step back of late and really assess my thoughts on the quarterback the Jets selected with the #5 pick in the 2009 NFL draft. The thing is, I'm not quite sure where I'm landing...and therein lies the problem.Let's start with expectations. Rewind the clock to the spring of 2009. The Jets select Mark Sanchez and give away some to get him. The risk was fine. However, I do find the title of my first post about this new Jet to be particularly ironic in hindsight. "Sanchez is a Jet: Analysis? Gotta Have Faith..." Well, three years later "faith" has been a veritable roller coaster ride. I've declared #6 at hopeless cause and proclaimed he had turned the proverbial corner. I've thought him ...
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The Jets have played 42 regular-season games since they gave up a king's ransom to take Mark Sanchez with the fifth overall pick in the 2009 draft. Those games have been filled with highs and lows, as is the case with any NFL quarterback. But typically, those are the growing pains of a young quarterback, and they come with signs of maturity, as well. Sanchez's growth spurt...
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Despite a recent rough patch of games, Mark Sanchez still is on the exact same pace that Eli Manning was on to start his career and we see how Eli has turned out. Sanchez is not without blame, he is inconsistent, inaccurate and gets jittery in the pocket.
However, I am still of the belief that he has the physical tools and leadership abilities...
Mark Sanchez brushed off the recent criticism from Jets coach Rex Ryan, saying the botched timeout against the Patriots was "a stupid play."
For Mark Sanchez, two AFC championship games in his first two years as a pro hasn’t been enough to silence his doubters. Tim Tebow took over a 1-4 Broncos team that is now 4-5 under his leadership. Instead of admiring Denver’s re-entry back into the AFC West race since Tebow got behind center, detractors question his ability to throw the football. When the Jets and Broncos take...
QB Problem? Who says the New York Jets have a QB problem?For head coach Rex Ryan, it’s Mark Sanchez or nothing.“Shoot, I’m extremely confident,” Ryan said about his quarterback on a conference call, Friday. “I’ll go out there … [visit site to read more]Rex Ryan says Jets Sanchez will be QB “as long as I am here” - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets...
DENVER — Mark Sanchez couldn’t beat Tim Tebow last night.
And that’s about all you really need to know about him.
Blame him for the loss.
He said so himself.
“It’s just an embarrassing day for me,” Sanchez said after the Jets’ 17-13 loss to the Broncos last...
Here’s New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan and Quarterback Mark Sanchez after the Jets 17-13 loss to the Denver Broncos.<a
... [visit site to read more]New York Jets Postgame Press Conference - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
After a humbling defeat at home to division rival New England in prime time on Sunday, the Jets have ot man up for another AFC matchup on Thursday. Can Mark Sanchez and co rebound?
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