Found November 28, 2011 on Fox Sports:
You didn't want to do it. I pounded a desk emphatically to trust me on this one and to pay no mind to Mark Brunell's practice snaps. Mark Sanchez earns a game ball for his four-touchdown performance against the injury-depleted Buffalo secondary (George Wilson missed the game). It wasn't pretty. Sanchez completed 17-of-35 attempts for 180 yards, his fifth game this season with fewer than 200 passing yards. He's accounted for multiple touchdowns in eight of 11 games. Sanchez tossed touchdown passes to: - Dustin Keller: Keller finally reunited with the painted grass following a nine-game separation. Keller caught four passes for 61 yards with two touchdowns against the Bills. - Santonio Holmes: Holmes caught two passes for 22 yards. He's finished four of the past five games with fewer than 40 receiving yards. - Plaxico Burress: Burress caught four passes for 54 yards with a touchdown, his seventh of the season. He's caught three or more passes in five conse...
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