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Joe Caporoso - Mark Sanchez vs. himself is without question the centerpiece of this game. He likely be navigating a run-heavy, conservative game-plan but when given opportunities he must play aggressive and smart. Better to go down swinging than tentatively floating the ball into triple coverage off your backfoot right? The chances for big plays will be there, does Sanchez have any fight left in him to be a quarterback in this city?
Chris Celletti - The only thing everyone has to be keeping their eyes on is Mark Sanchez, right? I mean, we can sit here for hours and talk about how the Jets need to establish the ground game with Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell and if they do they’ll win, but all we really...
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The New York Jets are staying with Mark Sanchez as their starting quarterback this Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. While this has come as a shock to many, we detailed here yesterday how there was a reasonable argument for this to happen. Not surprisingly many Jets fans are acting like the sky is falling right now…threatening to abandon the team…cursing out Rex…cursing...
The Jets announced that Mark Sanchez will start Sunday’s game against the Jaguars.
Reports from earlier in the week suggested that owner Woody Johnson preferred to see Greg McElroy starting this weekends game, but Sanchez had the support of OC Tony Sparano and GM Mike Tannenbaum, which most likely weighed heavily in Rex Ryan’s decision.
Things can’t get much worse for...
Quarterback Mark Sanchez will get the start Sunday when the Jets visit Jacksonville.Fantasy Spin:Sanchez (12 TD, 13 INT, 71.4 QB rating) was benched late in the game last week against the Cardinals. Rex Ryan has Sanchez on a short leash right now and it's very possible Greg McElroy will take his place if he gets off to a slow start.
Mark Sanchez remains the starting quarterback for the New York Jets. Coach Rex Ryan deliberated before the team made the announcement Wednesday that Sanchez received the nod over Greg McElroy, the third-string quarterback who rallied the Jets to a 7-6 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. Sanchez was pulled in the third quarter after his third interception. Ryan said Monday he...
The New York Jets will continue to start quarterback Mark Sanchez for a least one more game. Color a lot of people surprised, but not us. Jets coach Rex Ryan pulled the plug on Sanchez last week following a three-interception first half, replacing him with Greg McElroy, who threw a 1-yard touchdown pass in the win.Ryan then said Monday that he needed a little more time to decide...
Mark Sanchez statistically ranks as one of the worst starting quarterbacks in the NFL, but coach Rex Ryan still believes the embattled signal caller gives the New York Jets the best chance to win.
Despite being benched during another dismal performance, Sanchez will be under center to start the Jets' road matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Ryan's faith in...
If Rex Ryan is going to go down, he’s apparently going to do so with his guy under center.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Ryan is going to name Mark Sanchez his starting quarterback for the Jets’ game this Sunday in Jacksonville against the Jaguars. This comes just a few days after Ryan pulled Sanchez during the team’s 7-6 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
When New York Jets coach Rex Ryan benched his quarterback Mark Sanchez on Sunday he made a statement.
Initially the statement seemed to be ‘forget Sanchez and Tim Tebow, I am going with the kid that went to Alabama: Greg McElroy.’
That thought was confirmed as a misfire on Wednesday when Ryan declared that he would return to Sanchez to start this Sunday’s game against the...
The quarterback controversy in New York appears to have no end in sight. And another wrinkle just made it even more complicated.
Mark Sanchez is keeping his starting job, for now. But after being benched for third-stringer Greg McElroy last week, and chants for Tim Tebow continuing to fill the stands at MetLife Stadium, Sanchez may not have that job for very long.
Now, as the Jets...
The New York Jets and their quarterback controversy have turned into Washington's political football.
In August, President Barack Obama questioned the Jets' decision to acquire Tim Tebow when they had quarterback Mark Sanchez, who had led the team to the playoffs two years in a row. Then this week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid took a swipe at Republicans in the midst...
This week the Jets travel to Tim Tebow's hometown to play the Jaguars, unfortunately for the legion of Tebow supporters who undoubtedly wanted to line up to watch him play quarterback, equally unfortunate for many Jet fans that Greg McElroy won't be getting the start either, as you know, since it's all that anyone has talked about the entire week, Mark Sanchez will remain...
Recently, Braylon Edwards took to twitter telling Jets fans that they should lay off of Quarterback Mark Sanchez. Edwards tweeted: “Don't blame Sanchez. I played there. Blame the idiots calling shots. Mark is a beast and will probe it when given a proper chance.” Although I do have to agree that the entire Jets [...]