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Mark Sanchez, Jets, FLIRTATIOUS. "Some days Mark Sanchez looks like Joe Montana, other days he looks like Hannah Montana." Dec. 8 Tweet by @WayneRadcliffe.
Will New York Jets fans ever make up their minds about Sanchez? Fans were prompted to cheer for Sanchez by former QBs Joe Namath, Chad Pennington and by Coach Rex Ryan. A few weeks back, he was everything that was wrong with the offense. Sanchez is 27-17 as the Jets starter, but he is like the nerdy boy friend of the hot Prom queen. She likes him for his nice guy qualities, but cannot forget her bad boy first live, Broadway Joe. You will do for now, Mark, baby.
Blaine Gabbert, Jaguars, MAYBE BABY. "I'm not saying Blaine Gabbert is afraid of being hit, but I just poked him on Facebook and he slid." Dec. 6 Tweet by @PeytonsHead
We are in that early, nervous stage of exploring whether this relationship has a chance. You looked nice on the dance floor. Mama said I should be dating that nice Cam Newton or C...
BEST OF MAXIM
Slow starts are a thing of the past for the suddenly clicking New York Jets.
Mark Sanchez and the once-struggling offense have become an efficient group that has gotten on the scoreboard early during the Jets' three-game winning streak. And, they've done it against some pretty good defenses. Here comes another one this Sunday in the Philadelphia Eagles, who are coming off...
After a pretty impressive performance by the Jets, Mark Sanchez told Michael Kay that there’s still plenty to work on offensively during his recent appearance on 1050 ESPN’s The Michael Kay Show.
Via the Star-Ledger.
After building a 28-3 halftime lead, the Jets added one more touchdown in the final two quarters. In the first half, the offense amassed 253 total yards, and Sanchez...
Rex Ryan and Mark Sanchez talk about the Jets 37-10 win over the Chiefs.
In this week’s Invading the Nest, Joe Caporoso of TurnOnTheJets.com answers a number of questions for us.
We start by talking a little bit about Mark Sanchez and the Jets current chances of making it into the playoffs. We also talk about how much the Jet’s will miss Jim Leonhard as well as how former Temple Owl Muhammad Wilkerson has been playing this year.
We then get into...
It’s time to take a final look back at Sunday’s win over the Chiefs in BGA Extra – now with limited access to coaches film! After the jump, I respond to your questions from the comments in the original BGA post, which you can access here if you missed it.
You didn’t mention what I see as the biggest development in Jets land that contributed to the Chiefs win in a...
A quick grade report for the New York Jets 37-10 drubbing of the Kansas City Chiefs
Quarterback (A) – Mark Sanchez did everything you could have asked for yesterday, producing four touchdowns (two on the ground and two through the air) and protecting the football. The running game was rolling so Sanchez was able to thrive off play action and work the short to intermediate passing...
Here’s some recent interviews with Jets on ESPN Radio.
Michael Kay Show – Mark Sanchez Report 12/13
Michael Kay Show- Sione Pouha 12/12
Michael Kay Show - Bart Scott 12/13
Mike & Mike – Plaxico Burress 12/13
When the New York Jets were sitting at 5-5, it was fairly clear they would need to win their final six games to make the playoffs. When looking at their upcoming schedule, the first three games appeared to be easier than the final three games. The hope was that they could build up momentum and iron out their winning identity in time for the schedule’s difficulty picking up.
When New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez called a timeout that eventually gave New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady enough time to engineer a touchdown drive at the end of the first half of the Patriots’ 37-16 victory last month, Jets coach Rex Ryan called Sanchez’s timeout ‘‘the stupidest...