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Mark Sanchez picks up where he left off

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During the week, Bills linebacker Bryan Scott said that it would be “easier” to face Mark Sanchez than Greg McElroy  because the Bills had more film of Sanchez to study.

Scott’s feelings were proven correct in the first quarter at Buffalo. He stepped in front of an errant Sanchez pass and returned it 20 yards for a touchdown to give the Bills a 7-3 lead. It’s the 51st turnover for Sanchez since the start of last season and keeps him right in the same groove he was in when he turned the ball over five times in the loss to the Titans that temporarily cost him his job two weeks ago.

The Jets drove for a field goal on their first drive by running the ball on nine of their first ten plays. Sanchez threw and interception that was wiped out by a Bills penalty and he threw two interceptions to bring Nick Folk out on the field for three points.

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13 Responses to “Mark Sanchez picks up where he left off”
  1. pensacolavolfan says: Dec 30, 2012 1:36 PM

    How Rex Ryan can keep his job is beyond me. You can not screw up a QB situation any worse than he has this year.

  2. Sometimes Interesting says: Dec 30, 2012 1:38 PM

    And we’re supposed to believe Tebow is worse? Come on.

  3. bovice23 says: Dec 30, 2012 1:38 PM

    “Mark Sanchez starting gives us the best chance to win”

    – Every defense in the NFL

  4. dmartin17 says: Dec 30, 2012 1:40 PM

    More like Picks off where he left off.

    Get it!

  5. dmartin17 says: Dec 30, 2012 1:41 PM

    That 8.25 million next year looks like a bargain!

  6. asublimeday says: Dec 30, 2012 1:57 PM

    Rex is so afraid Tebow will do well and make him look like the fat fool he is.

  7. FinFan68 says: Dec 30, 2012 1:59 PM

    Tebow will play the 2nd half

  8. phloorioisanarcissist says: Dec 30, 2012 2:03 PM

    Mark Sanchez is horrible. I don’t know what happened to this organization, but since Rex took over it has been one blunder after the other. For awhile they were known as a dirty team with that coach on the sideline trying to trip a player during a game running down the sideline. There were numerous incidences. I don’t think they are known as being dirty anymore, but I think it was better for them to be known as dirty and good than the laughing stock of the league.

    Bringing in Tebow was simply a publicity stunt to bring all the Tebow lovers and Christians to the New York Jet fanbase. Did they not consider the possibility that it would backfire when they kept him on the roster but never played him? Especially when the starting QB is as bad as he is? Then, when they have nothing to play for, why do they continue to start Sanchez? Why not put Tebow in?

    Rex may be a good defensive minded coach, but he’s not half as smart as he thinks he is in my opinion, and he has always been arrogant.

    I shake my head at this organization this year.

  9. apwarrior250 says: Dec 30, 2012 2:14 PM

    8.25 Million and you suck at your job.Lucky guy.

  10. Patriot42 says: Dec 30, 2012 2:15 PM

    Rex is a DC and should never ever be allowed to even talk to a QB about anything.

  11. soforizo says: Dec 30, 2012 2:19 PM

    Tebow is bad, but I don’t remember him being “Sanchez” bad

  12. jjbadd385 says: Dec 30, 2012 2:29 PM

    As a Bronco fan, I will promise you this.. Tebow would give you a better chance of winning still..because of his heart & will to win. He’d come in to prove Rex wrong, and he would, I promise you

  13. rollerino1 says: Dec 30, 2012 10:57 PM

    I would love to be a fly on the wall inside of tebow’s private jet on the way back to JAX.

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