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Rich Cimini of ESPN New York has the following article in which Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall breaks down Jets QB Mark Sanchez.Calling Sanchez “confused” and a “middle of the pack QB”, Hall has definitely outdueled Jets head … [visit site to read more]Redskins Hall says Jets Sanchez gets “confused” - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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When the Redskins take the field to play the Jets on Sunday at FedEx Field, it won’t be the first time they’ve encountered New York’s franchise quarterback Mark Sanchez. The Redskins were linked to the USC quarterback in the weeks before the 2009 NFL draft and it appeared they were set to make a strong push for his services.
However, Washington didn’t trade up and Sanchez...
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Late in the first half Sunday, the Seahawks were scurrying right along on offense, and the teams were bickering after every whistle, and then, apparently, DeAngelo Hall sat down on the field.
Now, I never saw this on the broadcast, and I forgot to DVR the game, but there were Twitter mentions to keep me informed.
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- DeAngelo Hall thinks he has a pretty good read on Mark Sanchez.
There are times when it feels like everything having to do with the Jets revolves around Mark Sanchez.
Quarterbacks have been given a place of priority in the NFL, mostly because the state of the game right now demands a crisp passing attack if you harbor any hopes of contending for a championship. Crisp doesn't usually describe Sanchez's play all that well, which leaves...
On this edition of Open Mike, Michael sees trouble on the horizon after several Jets players took pot shots at Jets fans for booing the team and Mark Sanchez during the club's lackluster victory over the bumbling Buffalo Bills.
Michael then previews the Giants huge clash with the Green Bay Packers, as Green Bay tries to remain undefeated.
Finally, Michael welcomes in Dan...
How he beats you: Boasting loads of talent and the arm-strength and mechanics needed to make all the throws, Mark Sanchez is having a career year. The 6-foot-2, 225-pound USC product already has topped his previous best touchdown total (18 this season) and is on pace to throw for more yards than ever as well. Even when not at his best, Sanchez has the potential to cause the opposing...