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Florham Park, NJ The moment the Jets drafted Geno Smith, the clock started on Mark Sanchez's time left in green and white.Late last night, his time ran out unofficially, at least.The Jets announced late Tuesday that Sanchez underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder, an injury he sustained in the third quarter of a preseason game against the New York Giants.The surgery, performed by Dr. James Andrews, will sideline Sanchez for the remainder of the season, keeping him out of sight and out of mind on injured reserve."After over seven weeks of hard work and...
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New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez had season-ending surgery on his right shoulder on Tuesday and as a result his time with the team is likely over. Dr. James Andrews performed the procedure to repair a torn labrum Sanchez suffered during the team’s third preseason game. Andrews and other doctors advised Sanchez to undergo surgery after he underwent seven weeks of rehabilitation...
After Mark Sanchez walloped his shoulder and likely lost his last, desperate chance at being the New York Jets’ starting quarterback during garbage time in a preseason game, many people wondered how Sanchez felt about getting the boot from New York in the most passive-aggressive way possible.
According to some New York Post “witnesses,” Sanchez did not like it at all.
Quarterback Mark Sanchez has undergone surgery on his injured right shoulder today.
The surgery which will end Sanchez's season was performed by Dr. James Andrews whom Sanchez has consulted over the past weeks.
"After over seven weeks of hard work and intense rehab I've been advised by Dr. Andrews and other doctors that my shoulder injury clearly needs to be addressed...
Some would argue that New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez lost his job because of poor play. Others would say he lost it because of an injured shoulder and would be starting if healthy. Whatever the case, Sanchez was reportedly furious with the way he got hurt. According to the NY Post, an “irate” Sanchez […]
Mark Sanchez Lands a Starring Role
Jets Papers Give Geno the Same Headline as Sanchez
I don’t know if there was any confusion on the topic of whether or not Mark Sanchez was alive or not but Rex Ryan cleared it up. “Mark Sanchez is not dead,” the Jets’ head coach said to Seth Walder of the New York Daily News. Thanks a lot Rex. The response came as a typical Rex Ryan question dodge when asked about Sanchez’s future with the Jets.
“We’re acting like...
By now, most of us are aware of the New York Daily News’ two covers featuring Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith. Although the dates of publication are years apart, the headline is exactly the same. “A Star is Born.”
In the NFL, winning is all about scoring points. Rule changes of the past decade have weakened the defense’s ability to stop opposing offenses, especially in the...
Geno Smith threw two touchdown passes and New York's defense
came up with a couple of big plays, helping the Jets to a 20-14
lead against the Atlanta Falcons through three quarters on Monday
I am quick to bash the Jets whenever the opportunity arises. What can I say--they make it easy sometimes. At the same time I will give credit where credit is due. On Monday night Geno Smith played a very good game.
But is he a star?
Come folks. Let's be real here. The man has been playing professional football for five games. In those...
Geno Smith's Monday night performance not only won over critics and headline writers it also earned him the AFC Offensive Player of the Week award for Week 5.
Smith completed 16 of 20 passes for 199 yards and three touchdowns but it was his poise down the stretch leading the New York Jets to a 30-28 last-second victory over the Atlanta Falcons that most likely earned him the...
It's hard for me to even say it (type it). It's even harder to think it. I can't imagine that it might be true (key word--might). But it might be true.
Could the New York Jets be good?
Yes, I know, I have been quick to bash these guys in the past. Heck, that circus atmosphere deserved it. I have also said I have hope for these guys if they...
Coming off what could be a defining effort in his young career, the New York Jets' Geno Smith hopes to take the next step in his development by putting up consecutive strong performances.
Facing a defense that hasn't had a takeaway, Smith might be up to the task against the winless Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Jets look to continue their surprising start and remain undefeated...
As we all know by now, the Jets sit at 3-2 after five weeks and are hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers this week in what is shaping up as a huge game. The Steelers may be winless, but they’re coming off a bye and are still a scary foe. If the Jets win, they could be playing the Patriots the following week with first place in the division on the line, which is still a little bit surreal...
This game was not one that too many folks had circled on their calendars as a much watch game. The Jets are still a circus and the Falcons should be able to pass for days on them. This game was not going to be entertaining. It was going to be boring. It was going to--well, suck.
And I am sure glad I watched it.
This game went nothing like it...
By Jeremy Hritz
Dick LeBeau’s defense has had much success against rookie quarterbacks, losing only two games against Troy Smith and the Baltimore Ravens in 2007, and in 2012 against Brandon Weedon and the Cleveland Browns. Heading into Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, LeBeau and his boys will line up across from former Mountaineer Geno Smith in hopes of not only increasing...