Sometimes things go right for you on Monday night. Even for Adam Rank. No, seriously.
Either Mark Sanchez is only one of many problems that led to the Jets’ demise or he’s become the unofficial whipping boy for all gone wrong in New York. Apparently, it depends on whom you ask.
Everybody limber and head out to the football field. It’s time to do the Mark Sanchez!
NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner doesn’t exactly like what he has seen of the non-playoff version of Mark Sanchez.
New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez poses for a portrait at the NFL Network studios on May 25, 2011.
Jets QB Mark Sanchez didn’t feel the need to openly campaign for Randy Moss the way others have done for Nnamdi Asomugha or Plaxico Burress, but thinks the verteran receiver has plenty left to help a team.
Mark Sanchez, a close friend of the NFL Network, took a few minutes during his visit Wednesday to answer some pertinent offseason questions about the Jets, his personal life and life with Rex Ryan.
Colorado WR Scotty McKnight had a little boost Wednesday at the Buffaloes’ pro day that might have just helped him earn his way into the NFL.
Posted: Sunday, January 9th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Mark Sanchez, Ben Roethlisberger, Drew Brees, Indianapolis Colts, Joe Flacco, New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, Pete Carroll, Peyton Manning, Rex Ryan, Seattle Seahawks
This is the first time in the Super Bowl era that both defending conference champions lost in the opening round of the playoffs. This is the ninth time in the Super Bowl era that both defending conference champions failed to reach the second round of the playoffs (either failed to reach playoffs or lost in opening round).
The Jets have had their chances against the Colts, but NFL Network analyst Jamie Dukes believes that Jets QB Mark Sanchez is making too many mistakes and missing too many open receivers. The biggest transgression, however, is the interception in the Colts’ end zone that left the Jets without any points despite being in easy field-goal range.