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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.
Sunday's loss to the Patriots has left the Meter utterly befuddled when it comes to Mark Sanchez.
To say it wasn't an impressive offensive performance would be a massive understatement. The Jets went three-and-out on seven possessions and gained just 255 total yards against a defense that had been more permissive than Amsterdam in the first four weeks of the season.
Despite that, Sanchez completed 16-of-26 passes with two touchdowns and no interceptions or fumbles. It is the first time all season that Sanchez hasn't turned the ball over and he showed few signs of remaining shell-shocked from his horrifying night in Baltimore a week earlier.
Still, it is hard to really lavish compliments ...
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A week after the Jets drafted Mark Sanchez in 2009, he participated in a mini-camp that gave his coaches their first glance at the man they had chosen with the No. 5 pick in the draft.
“He’s got a little swagger in him,” Jets coach Rex Ryan said then...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- At least Mark Sanchez came out of this game without a new injury.
The Patriots hit the Jets quarterback just five times yesterday, a big improvement from the 10 times the Ravens drilled him last week. But Sanchez was not much of a factor in the 30-21...
Don't ask the Jets what's wrong with their team, they're looking for answers too. "We're used to winning," said QB Mark Sanchez afterwards. The Jets have dropped their third straight game of the season, mostly because the offense cannot get on track. The 31-20 loss to New England puts the Jets firmly in third place in the division.
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Bill Parcells, always handy with a metaphor, was on ESPN Radio Tuesday talking about the Jets and Mark Sanchez. This one was about automobiles, though, not groceries, and the subject in question was New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.
"Before you can drive a Ford, you have to be able to drive a Cadillac. If they get everything good around him, I think it will go well. Right...
Fans in Denver and New York are frustrated with what's happening to their teams. Chief concern among Jets fans is the mediocre performance of QB Mark Sanchez.
Bill Parcells doesn't believe that Mark Sanchez is quite ready to carry the load to help dig the Jets out of their three-game slide according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. "He's a developing player, just like all young quarterbacks, and there's going to be some good and some not-so-good," the former Jets and Giants coach told ESPN Radio Tuesday...
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Coming up, your detailed analysis of yesterday’s loss to the Patriots, with details on how the offensive line held...
Who: New York Jets @ New England Patriots
When: 4:15 p.m. EDT
Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA
Media: TV – CBS, DirecTV – 714, Radio – 1050 AM ESPN Radio, Sirius – 86, Sirius XM – XM 226, Internet Audio – NFL Fieldpass.
Their Previous Meeting: The last time these two teams met, the Jets were the overwhelming underdogs in their divisional matchup against New...