Found March 26, 2012 on Five Tool Tool:
PLAYERS: Mark Sanchez
TEAMS: New York Jets
10) Like his new coach, he's also a fan of washing the feet of dirty, dirty sinners9) Tebow would have also been happy to be a Jaguar, since that's probably where he'll be in a couple of years anyway8) He's looking to expand his role, which is nice, seeing how the Jets have no good RBs7) If he can make Jet Fan forget all about Brad Smith, he'll know the trade was a success6) He liked the Jets' appearance on "Hard Knocks", because it taught him all new words that he's never heard before5) Tebow is certain that if he gets another crack at those Patriots, he won't lose by more than four or five touchdowns4) Is looking forward to introducing New Yorkers to this Jesus fellow, who clearly hasn't gotten a whole lot of attention locally3) Will sacrifice his morals to the extent that he will try an egg cream, despite the fact that it has neither egg nor cream in it2) Feels that he and Mark Sanchez are going to have a great relationship, since the...
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