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You couldn't swing a dead cat this summer without hitting someone telling you that it was imperative that Mark Sanchez showed marked improvement as a quarterback this season. Because of that we thought we'd check in weekly to see how the Sanchize is progressing toward that goal.
When this project started back in September, the idea was that we'd all join together once a week and plot the growth of a young quarterback.
There wasn't much hope that Mark Sanchez would suddenly take a flying leap into the upper echelon, but there was an expectation that there would be enough little things -- a smart throw here, a good decision there -- that you'd end the year with an unshakable sense that things were moving in the right direction. Things did not work out that way.
Sunday's season-ending loss to the Dolphins was a long illustration of how far Sanchez didn't come this season. He threw three interceptions, each one showing less understanding and feel for the ga...
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Former New York Jets quarterback Boomer Esiason thought he’d weigh in on the Jets disappointing season and quarterback Mark Sanchez on WEEI radio in Boston.
“If you watched Mark Sanchez the last month of the season, he was like a chihuahua standing on Madison Avenue and 36th Street entering the Midtown Tunnel, eyes bigger than you-know-what, and just so shaky,” said Esiason...
Dreaming of Peyton Manning in a Jets uniform next season? The Jets say Mark Sanchez remains their quarterback of the present -- and the future.
New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum reiterated Monday that the franchise would stick with Mark Sanchez as the quarterback in 2012.Sanchez was a lightning rod in his third season at the helm, throwing for nearly 3,500 yards and a career-best 26 touchdowns but failing to lead the team back to the postseason.The 25-year-old had mixed results on the ground, rushing for six...
Boomer Esiason on Jets QB Mark Sanchez:
“Everywhere you look, that’s what they’re saying. But first of all, we don’t even know if Peyton’s able to play. If Peyton is able to play and the new general...
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Boomer Esiason rips Mark Sanchez [ESPN]
Mike Tannenbaum says Mark Sanchez ‘the right guy’ but wants faster rate of growth [NJ]
Chargers are “unlikely” to place the franchise tag on Vincent Jackson [Rotoworld]
Looking for a legit No. 2 QB [ESPN]
Rex Ryan becomes the punch line as Gang Green turn into a joke [NYDailyNews]
Jets should Manning up [Boston Herald]
The Jets' season may have ended Sunday afternoon in Miami but there's still plenty to talk about. Is Mark Sanchez really a franchise quarterback? What are the Jets going to do about Santonio Holmes? Does the team really want Brian Schottenheimer back running the offense in 2012? Manish ...
PFT Live: NY Daily News Jets beat reporter Manish Mehta says Santonio Holmes and Mark Sanchez will have to work on their chemistry if they're going to move forward together. (NBC Sports)