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New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez made the gossip pages of the New York tabloids this week with a Page Six exclusive about his "trysts" with two different women in a Manhattan hotel. Excerpts from The New York Post story, headlined "Sanchez hits end zone twice" [nice work, NYP] is in bold. Our commentary appears below.
Derek Jeter, take note! Mark Sanchez made the most of his timeouts by romancing not one, but two women within a few hours at the Moderne Hotel on West 55th Street, sources say.
Two women in a few hours? That's what Jeter calls a "slow day." It's also a little strange that Sanchez was so prolific. Usually he struggles when faced with double coverages.
The handsome New York Jets quarterback, who led his team to a 37-10 rout of the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, was spotted with a beautiful brunette checking into the hotel at about 3 a.m. Tuesday.
See, mom? Something good can happen after 2 a.m..
A witness reports Sanchez's c...
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Slow starts are a thing of the past for the suddenly clicking New York Jets.
Mark Sanchez and the once-struggling offense have become an efficient group that has gotten on the scoreboard early during the Jets' three-game winning streak. And, they've done it against some pretty good defenses. Here comes another one this Sunday in the Philadelphia Eagles, who are coming off...
The NY Post reported that NY Jets qb Mark Sanchez was spotted checking into the Moderne Hotel in NYC this past Tuesday at 3am with "a spanish-looking brunette". Sanchez was scene walking that brunette out of the hotel at 8:30am and then returning back to his room. A little over two hours later "a pretty blonde" showed up at the Moderne and headed up to Sanchez...
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez had his hands full Tuesday morning, spotted with two different women in a six-hour span at a New York City hotel.Just over a day after leading the Jets to a 37-10 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, Sanchez was seen checking into the Moderne Hotel with a brunette at around 3 am Tuesday.A witness said a brunette was seen leaving the hotel nearly...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The Jets take their three-game win streak and a high-flying offense to Philadelphia to face arguably the most talented 5-8 team in the NFL. Throughout their past three games the Jets have scored 13 touchdowns (tied for first in NFL) and averaged 33.0 points per game (fourth in the NFL). Mark Sanchez is a big part of the offensive surge, accounting for nine...
The NFL fined Chiefs' linebacker Jovan Belcher $15,000 for a hit on Mark Sanchez to the "head and neck area" in the Jets' 37-10 over Kansas City last Sunday. Belcher was flagged for roughing the passer on the third-quarter play. It's the third time that a defensive player has been fined for a ...
In this week’s Invading the Nest, Joe Caporoso of TurnOnTheJets.com answers a number of questions for us.
We start by talking a little bit about Mark Sanchez and the Jets current chances of making it into the playoffs. We also talk about how much the Jet’s will miss Jim Leonhard as well as how former Temple Owl Muhammad Wilkerson has been playing this year.
We then get into...
Editor’s note: Steve Fini breaks down five players who will decide today’s Eagles-Jets showdown.
Mark Sanchez (QB/Jets) - Sanchez is like most of the quarterbacks the Eagles have faced this season. He’s solid, can make a play or two, but is turnover prone and his coaches don’t trust him enough to win them the game. Luckily for New York, the Eagles have made these types...
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It’s time to take a final look back at Sunday’s win over the Chiefs in BGA Extra – now with limited access to coaches film! After the jump, I respond to your questions from the comments in the original BGA post, which you can access here if you missed it.
You didn’t mention what I see as the biggest development in Jets land that contributed to the Chiefs win in a...