Mark Sanchez leads the New York Jets to a Super Bowl victory. Do you ever see this happening with how he has played in his first three seasons? Sanchez is merely an average quarterback that isn’t capable of winning a Super Bowl. With all the talk about Peyton Manning, the Jets must land the legendary quarterback if he isn’t in an Indianapolis Colts’ uniform next season if they want to win a Super Bowl in the Rex Ryan era.
Mark Sanchez has been the quarterback of the New York Jets since the 2009 season, leading the team within a game of two Super Bowls and winning 33 games in the process. A potential torn labrum, though, would give the Jets the perfec... Read Post
Jets quarterback Geno Smith sees no reason not to feel confident heading into the 2014 season. Although the Jets are coming off an 8-8 season in Smith’s rookie year, Smith said he likes his team’s chances of winning a championship t... Read Post