Found December 24, 2011 on Seattle Times:
PLAYERS: Mark Sanchez
TEAMS: New York Jets
The New York Jets put their playoff hopes in Mark Sanchez's hands against the Giants' porous pass defense.

Should the New York Jets stick with QB Mark Sanchez?

One question New York Jets fans will be asking this week as the regular season winds down will be, ‘Is Mark Sanchez the quarterback of the future for the New York Jets?’ Sanchez is coming off a very poor showing against the New York Giants, a game which saw him commit three turnovers and finished the game with a 54.2 passer rating. Sanchez attempted a career-high...

Mark Sanchez’s Viability Being Questioned?

Could the Jets get serious this offseason about making changes, offensive not just at the playcalling spot, but at the QB spot?  According to ProFootballTalk … it’s a possibility. A league source tells PFT that the Jets are beginning to realize that Sanchez may not be the answer at the position.  That said, the Jets will not publicly acknowledge even the possibility that Sanchez...

The Fifth Down: Dispiriting Showing by Jets' Sanchez

When the Jets needed a jolt after halftime, Mark Sanchez responded by committing three turnovers and completing only 12 of 31 passes for 113 yards.

Jets reportedly unsure if franchise QB is on their roster

If the New York Jets and Mark Sanchez do in fact part ways sometime in the near future, people could be able to point toward his ill-advised retreat into his own end zone Saturday evening -- and another untimely fourth-quarter giveaway -- as the beginning of the end of his tenure of quarterback of the Jets.

Coal In The Stocking: Jets Lose 29-14

Merry Christmas Jets fans! Your team gave you the gift of inexplicably trying to throw 59 times. 59! En route to an embarrassing 29-14 loss. I am putting this loss squarely on the shoulders of the Jets offense, notably Brian Schottenheimer who called an awful game and Mark Sanchez who came up small in a big spot. I defend Sanchez as much as anybody but he looked skittish all day...

Jets have a decision to make on Sanchez

As the New York Jets begin to process the reality that there most likely will be no back-door path to the playoffs followed by a couple of unlikely road wins in the postseason, one of the factors the franchise will confront is the future of quarterback Mark Sanchez. A league source tells PFT that the…

BGA: Giants v Jets

This analysis is based on watching and re-watching TV footage. As such, it is not always possible to accurately determine everything that was going on. However, every effort has been made to ensure that the information below is as complete and correct as possible. Coming up after the jump, an analysis of yesterday’s loss to the Giants, including details of Darrelle Revis’ ...

Eagles Playoff Chances Officially Dead With Jets Loss

Well, I guess that’s it folks. The Eagles season is over. Anytime your fate rests in the hands of Mark Sanchez, you may as well pack it in anyway. I’m saying this out of frustration obviously, as the Eagles really have no one to blame but themselves. The worst part is, the Eagles defense was finally starting to play together. At the time of this article, the Eagles rank 10th...

Jets vs. Giants: 12 Pack Of Predictions

1. Shonn Greene will be the leading rusher in the game, finishing with over 100 yards. 2. Jason Pierre-Paul will sack Mark Sanchez twice. 3. Eli Manning will throw for over 300 yards and a pair of touchdowns but will also have a pair of turnovers. 4. Mark Sanchez will throw for a little over 200 yards, a pair of touchdowns and will have one turnover. 5. Plaxico Burress will get...

Big Blue’s ‘D’ finally steps up when called upon

“All in.” It’s a phrase Justin Tuck said over and over again late yesterday to explain the dominating performance by a Giants defense that had been anything but dominating for most of this season. The Giants’ pass rush made life miserable for Mark Sanchez, sacking the Jets quarterback five...
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