Found November 24, 2012 on
New York Jets
New England Patriots
San Francisco 49ers
If there's one person New England Patriots fans should be thankful for, it's Mark Sanchez.
The Jets' inept quarterback had a holiday that he'd like to forget, as the former fifth overall pick bumbled his way around in a laughably bad performance that had Jets fans clamoring for Tebow Time.
Unfortunately (or fortunately) for Jets fans, Tebow never saw the field, and Sanchez and the pathetic Jets offense mustered just 19 points, including a garbage-time touchdown with just 2:21 left on the clock.
While the Jets' own mistakes did them in, the Patriots operated like a well-oiled machine in Bill Belichick's 200th career win.
Tom Brady completed 66 percent of his passes, including three touchdowns, in the team's first game without Rob Gronkowski.
The running game churned out 152 yards and got big plays from its two sophomore backs—Shane Vereen and Stevan Ridley—as the offense executed an efficient performance.
And in another encour...
BEST OF MAXIM
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez fumbled the football after he was knocked to the ground by his own teammate's butt, and New England Patriots cornerback Steve Gregory recovered the fumble and ran it 32 yards for a touchdown on Thanksgiving night at MetLife Stadium.
It happened in the second quarter as Sanchez missed a handoff to his running back, then ran towards the...
Now, that’s what I call a Dirty Sanchez!
On Thanksgiving night, the New York Jets put together one of the worst quarters of football I have seen in a long time, and I loved every second of it. As if giving up 35 points and recording three turnovers in the second quarter alone wasn’t enough, the incomparable Mark Sanchez gave us a play that pretty well sums up this entire season...
NFL Films named Jim Marshall's wrong way run in 1964 as the #1 Football Folly in NFL History for their 100 Greatest Follies film in 1994. Surely this Mark Sanchez highlight from Thanksgiving Night 2012 has to enter the Top Ten, if not provide some stiff competition to Marshall's legendary blooper that has stood at the top of the heap for almost 50 years.
Watch as Sanchez...
Gary Myers of the New York daily News believes that the Jets will maintain QB Mark Sanchez despite another disappointing season.
With Sanchez set to make $8.25 million next year, Myers writes that the solution to the Jets quarterback problem is to give Sanchez real competition for his job. It has become quite clear that the Jets do not view Tim Tebow as an adequate replacement...
How bad has this season been for the New York Jets? So bad that it convinced Ed Anzalone, aka “Fireman Ed,” to step away from his post as a fan leader for the team. Anzalone has been a Jets fan since 1975 and has been leading a J-E-T-S chant from Section 134 at Jets home games since 1986. However, the drama, negativity, and losing surrounding the team became too much for him...
'U R RIDICULOUS'
New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller took to Twitter to call out Jets fans who apparently booed when it appeared that Mark Sanchez went down with an injury.
The Jets fell in a laugher to the New England Patriots in Week 11. Find out the highlights, but mostly lowlights from a pitiful performance from Mark Sanchez and company.
The Jets got dominated by the Patriots 49-19 on Thanksgiving night. And along with losing their seventh game in eleven tries, they also managed to lose their unofficial mascot, “Fireman Ed”.
For the second week in a row, Ed Anzalone left a Jets game a halftime because of confrontations with fellow fans. According to Anzalone, fellow Jets fans have been pretty hostile with him...
Since 1975, Ed Anzalone has attended New York Jets games at the Meadowlands, leading chants and making countless appearances on Jumbotrons and television screens.
But, it looks like the world has seen the last of Fireman Ed on their television screens. Anzalone announced in his guest column for Metro New York that he will continue to attend Jets games, but not in his famous getup...
Joe Caporoso - 12 Pack
Chris Gross- Jets 24, New England 21: Tomorrow, the Jets will display the same mentality that they had last week in St. Louis, the mindset that their backs are against the wall and they need to swing from the hip to survive throughout the rest of the season. While New York is historically bad under Rex Ryan when facing the Patriots in the clubs’ second...
The New York Jets were tied 0-0 with the New England Patriots through the first quarter. They were losing 35-3 by halftime. The Patriots scored four touchdowns off of four straight turnovers in the second quarter, including 21 points in a 52-second span, to destroy the Jets 49-12. They totaled five touchdowns in the stanza."Obviously that was a nightmare of a game," Jets...