Found September 09, 2013 on
One Jet At A Time:
New York Jets
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Success in the NFL is almost entirely measured by getting to or winning championships, and that alone. It's a tool that is used to determine, over the course of a season or career, the franchises players' or organizations' long-term accomplishments. Unfair or fair, that's just the way it is these days. So when you look back at Rex's tenure here in New York, has he been successful? Does Sanchez deserve the credit for back-to-back AFC Championship appearances? Arguably, when Sanchez was a rookie the only reason he "found" success was due to Rex Ryans powerhouse of a defense. And so it seems the same goes for current rookie Geno Smith.
Of course, Smith had his hiccups in his first career NFL start/game in his young career, as would any rookie not named Colin Kaepernick. A couple sacks... he held the ball too long, lost a fumble, and threw an interception.
However, for every turnover or mistake the West Viriginia alumni made, the defense was right t...
BEST OF MAXIM
Since he went down in the preseason, we haven't been privy to the true extent of Mark Sanchez's shoulder injury.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that the Jets fear Sanchez has a partially torn labrum in his right (throwing) shoulder. Mort added the veteran quarterback will get a second opinion on the injury this week.
And that's not all.
Chris Mortensen is reporting that Mark Sanchez may have torn his labrum. He will get a second opinion from Dr.James Andrews. You saw Mark Sanchez throwing lefty. That’s because docs believe he has partially torn labrum. 2nd opinion this week from Dr Andrews.-@mortreport An injury like that would certainly hurt Sanchez’s career stock. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet...
Vaughn is 6-2, 190 and runs a 4.50 forty. He was expected to start in his senior year after catching 14 passes as a junior, but fell down the depth chart and ended up with just seven catches. Prior to going to Oregon has was considered the top junior college receiver in the country. Vaughn […]
The New York Jets are concerned that Mark Sanchez has a partially torn labrum in his right throwing shoulder.
Sanchez, 26, was injured late in the Jets third preseason game and went down with what was initially ruled shoulder bruise.
If Sanchez does indeed have a torn labrum his season is likely to be over. Chris Mortensen of ESPN says that Sanchez will have a second opinion on his...
Photo credit: businessinsider.com You watched it on the field. You’ve seen it all over ESPN. You’ve replayed it over and over on Youtube. Now, the infamous Butt Fumble is available to relive in all its glory on Wikipedia. Yes, you read that right folks. A play has its own Wikipedia article not because of its significance or the level of skill it took, but because it was such...
Mark Sanchez’ shoulder injury is apparently more sever than we were giving it credit. It was reported previously that Sanchez would probably be out a month, but it may be even longer. According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN, the Jets […]
Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that Jets QB Mark Sanchez could have a partially torn labrum in his right shoulder.
Mortensen noticed Sanchez was passing the ball with his left non-throwing arm. Apparently doctors believe Sanchez might have a partially torn his labrum on his right shoulder when taking that big hit against the Giants in preseason.
It had been rumored that Sanchez...
The Jets are starting rookie quarterback Geno Smith in their season opener on Sunday, but that’s only because Mark Sanchez is out withe an injury. Now, it appears that injury might be more serious than originally thought.
Doctors believe Sanchez may have a torn labrum in his injured throwing shoulder, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. He will visit with renowned Dr. James...
Offense Geno Smith (QB-NYJ) – Has the Mark Sanchez era in New York ended? If Geno Smith’s performance this past Sunday is any indication, it would appear that is the case. Going 24-of-38 with 256 yards through
According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez could miss several weeks after dislocating his shoulder during the preseason.
Mark Sanchez dislocated his shoulder on that big it. Docs popped it back in socket but it’s a shoulder subluxation, has to make sure it stays in in order to play. Dislocation plus an already partially torn labrum.
You have to imagine...
Remember Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow?
We don't either. ESPN needs new blood to beat up. Sorry, Skip and Stephen A.
Meanwhile, what does Tiger Woods have in common with the NFL players who just settled up with the league over concussions?
And the New England Patriots are being sued in the death of a fan and it's not because Wes Welker dropped one over the wrong shoulder...
The New York Jets brought veteran journeyman quarterback Brady Quinn in as an insurance policy after Mark Sanchez and rookie Geno Smith went down with respective injuries. The team released Quinn last week in a financial move. If Quinn had been on the roster for Sunday’s game, his entire salary for the 2013 season would have been guaranteed. In a move that was not unexpected, Brady...