Found November 13, 2012 on NESN.com:
At this point, there’s no reason for Mark Sanchez to continue to start in the NFL. Sure, the Jets just gave him a boatload of money to boost his ego, but all of that positivity was thwarted when the team traded for Tim Tebow just two weeks later. And that trade raises one important question: Why trade for Tebow if you’re not going to use him? The chief responsibility of a backup quarterback is to replace an injured starter. But backups should also be utilized when it’s proven to a certain point that the starter is not getting the job done. For four years now, Sanchez has not been getting the job done. At first, it was safe to assume that Sanchez would improve at some point — and he did. His completion percentage went from 53.8 his rookie year all the way to 56.7 his third year. His touchdown to interception rate went up too — from 12-20 to 26-18. His yardage increased from year to year, his quarterback rating, even his rushing touchdowns. But something happened between Year 3 and Ye...
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