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After being pulled late in week 13′s matchup against the capricious Arizona Cardinals after throwing his third INT and generally being ineffective, Sanchez will get yet another shot in the saddle. Rex Ryan has named Mark Sanchez the starting QB for Sunday’s game in Jacksonville, in what some would call an appalling display of “cement-headedness.” This decision [...]
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New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan will likely announce a decision on his starting quarterback within the next 24 hours. There have been various reports on who prefers who in the Jets hierarchy, but at this point who can really trust any sources from this organization?
We know this much, it isn’t going to be Tim Tebow. Rex Ryan, Mike Tannenbaum and the entire coaching staff have...
If Rex Ryan is going to go down, he’s apparently going to do so with his guy under center.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Ryan is going to name Mark Sanchez his starting quarterback for the Jets’ game this Sunday in Jacksonville against the Jaguars. This comes just a few days after Ryan pulled Sanchez during the team’s 7-6 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
After mulling all of his options the past few days, in the end Rex Ryan elected to stay with the Jets' current gunslinger
To the surprise of no one, Rex Ryan didn't name his starting quarterback Monday afternoon, less than 24 hours after he benched Mark Sanchez for Greg McElroy and watched McElroy make his NFL debut by directing the Jets to the only touchdown of their 7-6 win over the Cardinals. Ryan said he hopes to announce the starter against Jacksonville by the time the Jets practice on Wednesday...
Lost in all the anonymous bashing and intense criticism of the New York Jets from the fans and media has been one intriguing question: What do the Jets coaches think of Tim Tebow. If Rex Ryan and company could turn back the clock and prevent the Tebow trade from happening, would they?
We know Mark Sanchez would, and no one can blame him for that. But we also know Ryan was openly...
Jets coach Rex Ryan reportedly is expected to name Mark Sanchez the team's starting quarterback for its Week 14 showdown with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Rex Ryan says he'll make a game-time decision on whether Tim Tebow plays in the New York Jets' game in Jacksonville against the Jaguars on Sunday.
Tebow, healing from two broken ribs, will travel to his hometown with the team and Ryan will determine before the game if the backup quarterback plays. Ryan says Tebow, who was limited all week in practice, did a lot more on the...
When New York Jets coach Rex Ryan benched his quarterback Mark Sanchez on Sunday he made a statement.
Initially the statement seemed to be ‘forget Sanchez and Tim Tebow, I am going with the kid that went to Alabama: Greg McElroy.’
That thought was confirmed as a misfire on Wednesday when Ryan declared that he would return to Sanchez to start this Sunday’s game against the...
Rex Ryan is taking his sweet time picking a Jets quarterback to start against the Jaguars on Sunday, but league sources tell CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora that Ryan is leaning toward starting Greg McElroy at Jacksonville.
The staff has noted the improved pace and verve of the offense during McElroy's brief stint replacing starter Mark Sanchez and rallying the team...
After mercifully benching the inept Mark Sanchez with 4:48 remaining in the third quarter, third-string quarterback Greg McElroy led the New York Jets to an unsightly 7-6 victory over the floundering Arizona Cardinals yesterday in front of a sparse crowd … Continue reading →
In a not-so-surprising move, Rex Ryan finally announced that Mark Sanchez would start for the New York Jets (5-7) this Sunday in Jacksonville when they face the Jaguars (2-10).
There had been a ton of speculation that Greg McElroy would get the nod, especially when reports surfaced that he was the quarterback owner Woody Johnson wanted to start. However, the decision was solely on...
Despite being pulled late in last weeks game, Mark Sanchez will be the starting QB for the Jets this Sunday. (Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-US PRESSWIRE)
How many loses and inexcusable turnovers does it take a coach to make a quarterback change?
Apparently for Rex Ryan seven loses and 18 turnovers (4th most in the league) are not enough for his likening. Remember the likes of Joey...
Mark Sanchez statistically ranks as one of the worst starting quarterbacks in the NFL, but coach Rex Ryan still believes the embattled signal caller gives the New York Jets the best chance to win.
Despite being benched during another dismal performance, Sanchez will be under center to start the Jets' road matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Ryan's faith in...
Yardbarker & The Cannons, Pat & Ben listen to some great audio from the website including Derek Jeter, more Rex Ryan and the crazy play in the Redskins play.
One day after benching quarterback Mark Sanchez, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said he needs a little more time to decide who will get the starting nod calling signals Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.I don't need a little more time to guess what that means. Sanchez's benching against the Arizona Cardinals, following a three-interception first half, was the first time...