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When Rex Ryan named rookie Geno Smith as the team’s starting quarterback Saturday night against the Giants, Sanchez had to have felt his heart drop into his stomach. Some are saying the Jets QB competition has been rigged so that Smith comes out as the team’s starter once the regular season begins. Why not make him the starter? Smith brings a will to win with him to the New York Jets. This kid is excited to be playing in the NFL and it shows. That is something we haven’t seen out of Sanchez in years. He has had his chance and he never seemed able to get the job done. His leadership abilities aren’t strong enough for him to continue as the Jets leader on the field. It is time for Ryan and his Jets to move into another direction. If Smith has a good game against the Giants, there is no use in the team keeping Mark Sanchez. They should try to deal him while they are still able to get something for him. Smith will be an inspiration to his teammate and he will do the things that winners need to do to become successful in the NFL. That is another thing we haven’t seen come out of Sanchez in a number of years in New York., It is almost like Sanchez is just existing on the team to collect a pay check. If the team wants to get back to winning football games and have a shot at the play-offs they need to cut ties with Sanchez and they should do it before the season starts. The team doesn’t need any more distractions. The Jets have been a team for three years filled with distractions. It is time for the Jets to move into a different direction. If Smith plays well come Saturday night, it is time to end the Mark Sanchez experiment…..
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Mark Sanchez entered Saturday nights preseason game in the fourth quarter and was sacked three times before exiting with a shoulder injury.
Sanchez had been competing with Geno Smith for the starting quarterback job of the Jets.
Mark Sanchez had XRays. He will also be undergoing a MRI, I'm told. #nyj
— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) August 25, 2013
Smith may be named the quarterback...
In his first real game as a rookie Geno Smith looks horrible. I am sorry but this guys is looking really bad. I am not counting him out but his mistakes are killing the Jets. Earlier this week the New York Daily said that if Geno wanted to start he could not make a mistake, […]
Enjoy the video New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez took of the treatment his infected toe is getting, because it sure doesn't look like he is.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez left the team's preseason game against the Giants late in the fourth quarter with what appeared to be a shoulder injury.
Sanchez, in with the backup offense after Geno Smith played into the fourth quarter, rolled out under heavy pressure and completed a 23-yard pass to Mohamed Massaquoi before having his right shoulder slammed into by Marvin...
The New York Jets wanted rookie Geno Smith to win the starting quarterback, but the West Virginia product has done his best to squander that opportunity. Smith threw three interceptions in one half of the team’s third preseason game, which is often viewed as the most important preseason contest. He got the opportunity to start […]
Rich Cimini of ESPN New York believes that the Jets are desperate to bench QB Mark Sanchez.
Cimini notes that people who spoke to owner Woody Johnson following the team’s embarrassing loss to the Titans last season said there was a “never again” look in his eyes.
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Mark Sanchez is already a laughing stock and the butt fumble of just about any joke you can think of. Well, let’s welcome Dan Orlovsky Geno Smith to the list of Jets that we can rip on this season. Check out the GIF below:
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The downward spiral for the Jets continues with more drama and less winning. After Geno Smith made his starting debut with an abysmal 3 INTs and accidentally running out the back of the end zone for a safety, Coach Rex Ryan decided to give original starter, Mark Sanchez, a nod in the 4th quarter. No one quite understands the motivation behind this decision, but CBS Sports is reporting...
The New York Jets always have something on deck to keep us interested.
After Mark Sanchez suffered a shoulder injury in fourth quarter action on Saturday, the team has brought in two veterans to potentially play the stopgap role.
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Rex Ryan’s plan to start Geno Smith at the quarterback position didn’t go exactly the way he thought it would. Smith still needs time in the NFL to figure out where not to put the football. Smith threw 3 interceptions and he could have done worse. Smith completed 16 of the 30 passes he threw and it shows that Ryan and his offensive coordinators over exposed the young quarterback...
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In his first start this preseason, Geno Smith looked just as a rookie should, in his play. 3 INTs—two of which...