Found January 24, 2013 on AFC East Daily:
Mark Sanchez needs to make some major changes if he wants to remain a starting quarterback -- or any kind of quarterback -- in the NFL. Fortunately for the much maligned signal-caller, he doesn't have a choice.Sanchez, coming off his fourth and worst year, will be working with his third offensive coordinator in three years in 2013. If three isn't a charm, it could be the end. “He’s got to be popping out of his skin,” Jets coach Rex Ryan said Thursday, via the NY Daily News. “... You have a combination of (offensive coordinator) Marty Mornhinweg and (quarterbacks coach) David Lee as coaches. That’s a heck of a start. So I believe Mark needs to erase his hard drive."Sanchez could be in for a training camp battle with a free agent acquisition or a rookie and already has the ball rolling, getting in contact with former NFL quarterback Jeff Garcia to pick his brain on Mornhinweg's West Coast offensive system. Garcia worked under Mornhinweg during his time with the Philad...
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