Found July 03, 2013 on One Jet At A Time:
Neither Mark Sanchez or Geno Smith have separated themselves. [USA TODAY Sports] The biggest story for the New York Jets this offseason has been the quarterback competition between Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith. It will remain the top attention-getter throughout training camp, as a winner may not be decided until the preseason. Like all players, they have strengths and weaknesses which will determine who gets the job. Mark Sanchez hasn’t shown very many strengths over the past two seasons. If Mark expects to win the job, he’s going to stop turning the ball over and play with confidence. I've only seen a handful of games throughout his career where Sanchez has played with confidence, and, when he does, he's a QB that won't lose a game for a team. The worst thing about Sanchez is that he is a turnover machine. He had twice as many turnovers (26) as he had touchdowns (13) in 2013. Throughout his tenure with the Jets, Sanchez has been, consistently, one of the ...
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