After six seasons with the popgun Jets—four of those with muse Mark Sanchez—lots of folks were surprised that Rex Ryan took a job with the similarly quarterback-challenged Bills, rather than take over the Falcons and Matt Ryan. Asked specifically about it, Ryan says having a QB is NBD. Read more...
Mike Florio answers calls and tweets from around the PFT Planet regarding the probability of John Fox being successful if he becomes the head coach of the Bears and the possibility of Rex Ryan bringing in Mark Sanchez.
PHILADELPHIA -- The headlines suggest that Mark Sanchez could be reunited with Rex Ryan in Buffalo. Reading Ryan’s quotes on the subject created quite a different impression. Frankly, Ryan seems absolutely unenthusiastic about signing...Show More Summary
Rex and Mark back together in Buffalo? The new Bills head coach said he'll consider signing his old quarterback if he hits the market. Now that Rex Ryan's taken over the Bills, could he be headed for a reunion with Mark Sanchez? "He'll...Show More Summary
The Cincinnati Bengals' 26-10 loss to the Indianapolis Colts puts quarterback Andy Dalton's career playoff record at a disappointing 0-4. Is Dalton still the answer at quarterback for Cincinnati? Could another quarterback challenge Dalton's...Show More Summary
Jameis Winston’s performance in the Rose Bowl Thursday was iconic for all of the wrong reasons. Not only did the Florida State quarterback implode en route to a rout by Oregon, the most disastourous play is now being compared only to Mark Sanchez’s infamous “Butt Fumble” from a few years back. Show More Summary
Jameis Wintson might be Mark Sanchez's favorite guy right now.
Now that the 2014 Philadelphia Eagles season has officially ended, it's time to reflect on what we learned from Chip Kelly's second season as a head coach. Jason Peters was terrific as a left tackle, and Mark Sanchez threw a lot of interceptions, but neither of those points should surprise anyone. Show More Summary
A couple of formerly notable quarterbacks had decent performances this week. Will they be helpful next season? The true surprises of the season's last few weeks are guys we will forget about by the first few weeks of next season -- see Jerrel Jernigan or Da'Rick Rogers in 2013. Show More Summary
Mark Sanchez slipped on his No. 3 jersey Sunday afternoon, carrying a mixed bag of fond memories and miseries back with him into Metlife.
The Giants wrap up a disappointing 2014 season with an NFC East clash against Mark Sanchez and the Eagles at MetLife Stadium.
Remember when the Eagles were good and the Giants bad? Things have turned lately. A promising season for the Philadelphia Eagles has fallen apart over the last month, and they're a Sunday loss away from falling from 9-3 and a probable playoff berth to 9-7 and a whole lot to regret coming out of 2014. Show More Summary
Mark Sanchez has plenty to be thankful for this holiday season, particularly that the Philadelphia Eagles gave him a roster spot that the former New York Jets quarterback utilized to resurrect his career.
Win or lose, the Eagles will wrap up their season on Sunday against the Giants and then set off into an offseason that will feature questions about the quarterback position. Mark Sanchez will start the finale, but is headed for free agency, and Nick Foles is recovering from a broken collarbone that ended an erratic season…
PHILADELPHIA – Even before the Eagles were officially eliminated from the playoffs, the public debate had begun about their 2015 quarterback situation. Privately, however, Chip Kelly and the Eagles’ coaching and personnel staffs haven’t...Show More Summary
It's been strange to watch a blitz-happy play-caller like Jim Haslett fight his natural urges in recent weeks. The Washington Redskins defensive coordinator has reined in his penchant for bringing pressure, something that's not always...Show More Summary
Coming in on a one-year contract, into a quarterback-friendly situation, the stage was set for Mark Sanchez to recast his career. Unfortunately for Sanchez, the things that led him out of New York raised their heads again in Philadelphia, and could impact his future employment prospects. Sanchez tried to stay focused on the present, saying…
The Eagles are out of the playoff race, joining a short list of teams that won nine of their first 12 games before falling short of the postseason. There have been plenty of reasons for the three-game losing streak that has pushed the Eagles out of contention, including five turnovers by Mark Sanchez that…
Mark Sanchez played well enough to win. In fact, the final stat line would impress any Eagles or fantasy football fan alike. But with the game truly on the line, Mark delivered in typical Sanchez fashion, tossing a late game interception...Show More Summary
LANDOVER, MD. – The mirage lingered there, just out of reach. Mark Sanchez was zipping the ball this way and that, leading the Eagles to one, two, three scoring drives. After falling behind to the 3-11 team from Washington, the Eagles...Show More Summary