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When it comes to the public eye, Mark Sanchez just can’t catch a break. He’s criticized for his play on the field, he’s criticized for his comments off of it. The fourth-year Jets quarterback has been ripped by analysts from ESPN to NFL Network, all across the media spectrum.
Heck, even, Joe Namath, the most celebrated player in Gang Green lore, has taken veiled shots — and rather routinely, at that.
Sanchez created a buzz by proclaiming “This is my huddle” to reporters following a training camp practice, showing he’s in command of the offense and subtly reminding Tim Tebow there’s only one sheriff in town.
Now he’s picked up another detractor for working too nicely with the much-ballyhooed backup.
On Friday, former Redskins QB Joe Theismann blasted Sanchez during a radio interview, saying the 25-year-old needs to show his “cojones” and take full control of the team.
“This strikes at the heart of Mark Sanchez’s pride,” Theismann said, via ESPNNewYork.com. “He’s going to ge
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As the 2012 season begins a lot of people are wondering who will be the Jets quarterback by week 15. While Rex Ryan claims to be saving “the good stuff” for the regular season, it is highly doubtful the Jets have enough secret weapons to save their season and make the two quarterback system work. [...]
In New York Jets quarterbacks news not related to Tim Tebow, Mark Sanchez was spotted with Eva Longoria Friday evening at a New Jersey restaurant.
Former Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann made it clear he is tired of Mark Sanchez being a nice guy when it comes to Tim Tebow's presence on the New York Jets.
Theismann told WFAN yesterday that it's time for Sanchez to take a stand for himself and stop singing Kumbaya with his backup quarterback.
"This strikes at the heart of Mark Sanchez's pride,"...
New York Jets signal-caller Mark Sanchez wants his teammates to push each other and not the panic button.
All eyes have been on the New York Jets.
Tim Tebow, Mark Sanchez and Rex Ryan have been in the headlines for months. After all, the NFL's most talked-about bunch is fascinating, entertaining and controversial. Now, the Jets will find out if that translates into a winning combination.
''It's a big year for all of us,'' Sanchez said. ''We're all...
Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow were the obvious locks. Sanchez will begin the season as the starter and Tebow will serve in a more limited kind of swiss army knife role, but Tebow could eventually get the starting job this season. Because of how shaky both looked in the preseason, the Jets kept Greg McElroy as their 3rd string quarterback. McElroy was actually the only one...
Bedminster, NJ -- That's 25-year-old NY Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez dining with 37-year-old Eva Longoria near Sanchez’s Colonial cottage at Donald Trump’s swanky National Golf Club.
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I keep trying to tell you, “Jocks love a referral.” Need yet another example? Jets QB Mark Sanchez was spotted having dinner with actress – and Spurs guard Tony Parker’s ex-wife- Eva Longoria and friends in Jersey. The photo was snapped at Donald Trump’s National Golf club where Sanchez lives. Interested in the cougar stats? [...]
Mark Sanchez or Tim Tebow? How about Greg McElroy.
McElroy became the first quarterback to lead the New York Jets into the end zone this preseason in a 28-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night.
Sanchez, Tebow and most of the Jets starters didn't play in this battle between backups and guys fighting for roster spots.
Michael Vick and all of Philadelphia's...
PHILADELPHIA, P.A. -- The Jets touchdown woes are over. You may now exhale and, slowly, remove your hand from the panic button. After three games, 13 quarters, 37 offensive drives, 201 minutes, 199 plays the team's third-string quarterback, Greg McElroy, found the rookie Terrance Ganaway six yards out for the first score of the preseason."Now I just want more of them,"...
The New York Jets finally scored a touchdown in their fourth and last preseason game.After three poor offensive outings it looked as though the Jets may have to rely on defensive fumble recoveries or pick-sixes to put points on the board.However, the third-string offense did make it in to the end zone.Quarterback Greg McElroy threw a six-yard pass to running back Terrence Ganaway...
We couldn’t just give you the standard 12 pack of predictions before Labor Day weekend. It is time crack open an entire 30 rack of predictions for the 2o12 New York Jets season. Make sure you are with us throughout the weekend and into next week as we are in regular season mode now at TOJ. Myself, Chris Gross, Mike Donnelly, TJ Rosenthal, Rob Celletti and Chris Celletti are going...