Found December 03, 2012 on Boston Sports Then & Now:
Patriots fans across New England were choking on their Thanksgiving turkey and sweet potatoes because they were laughing so “HARHD” while watching the “Butt Fumble”. The “Butt Fumble” in case you forgot was Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez’s  ill advised scamper into his lineman’s ass. The ball was on the turf and Patriots safety Steve Gregory returned it back for a touchdown in the team’s 49-19 blowout. Things are getting so bad for the Jets & Mark Sanchez that their own fans are turning on them.  Wow, this fun has a money making idea on his hands after the Mark Sanchez stunk up the joint yet again versus the Cardinals. He was benched after going 10 for 21 for 97 yards and 3 picks.  The WORST thing about the benching was the Jets were only down 3-0! In comes THIRD string quarterback Greg McElroy and he leads the NYJ to a “comeback” 7-6 win. What a CIRCUS and Patriots fans LOVE IT! Pot Of Baked Beans Goes To NESN!
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