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Last rookie QB in championship game thinks Dak Prescott will be OK

It’s rare for a rookie quarterback to lead a team to the playoffs, period. But after what Mark Sanchez saw his rookie year, and what he’s seen since, he has a different confidence about Dak Prescott. Sanchez was the last rookie to lead a team to the conference championship game, during his first year with…

Tony Romo: It’s good and fun to play football

Tony Romo’s long absence from game action came to an end on Sunday afternoon when he replaced Dak Prescott in the second quarter. Romo’s return was brief as he was replaced by Mark Sanchez on the next series, but it was also productive. He completed three-of-four passes, including a touchdown, and said after the game…

Dak Prescott & Dez Bryant’s Reaction To Terrible Play By Mark Sanchez Is Hilarious (Video)

3rd-string QB Mark Sanchez has been in the league for awhile and has been a running joke since his infamous butt fumble a few years back with the Jets. He was under center today and displayed the Dallas Cowboys we all come to know and love with his many interceptions and bad play in the […]

Cowboys-Eagles isn’t exactly a thriller

The Cowboys hold a 13-10 lead over the Eagles early in the third quarter. It was 10-10 at halftime, and a Dan Bailey field goal gave the Cowboys the lead early in the third quarter. Mark Sanchez is the third Cowboys’ quarterback of the day; Dak Prescott started, and Tony Romo made a one-series cameo…

After Throwing 1 INT, Mark Sanchez Gets Bored & Throws Another One (Video)

After Tony Romo came in and threw a touchdown for the first time all year, 3rd string QB Mark Sanchez was not going to be outdone so he decided to throw an interception on his first series.   dre135: Mark Sanchez up to his old ways. Fox NFL Football: Cowboys at Eagles https://t.co/A37OrxFdki pic.twitter.com/k7OwxvSPGJ — […]

Mark Sanchez is officially back after he threw an interception on a screen vs. Eagles

We missed him! The Dallas Cowboys are in full rest mode, with Tony Romo and Mark Sanchez both having gotten snaps under center against the Eagles. Sanchez came into the game, and threw an interception on a screen pass. It just wasn’t pretty. It’s not a butt fumble, but this will do to end the regular season.

Tony Romo expected to make season debut in Week 17 vs. Eagles

Tony Romo reportedly lobbied to see the field in Week 17. Dak Prescott is expected to start in the regular season finale for the Dallas Cowboys, and Mark Sanchez is likely to take the most snaps, but Tony Romo is expected to see theShow More Summary

Dak Prescott will start, but Mark Sanchez expected to get most reps in Cowboys vs. Eagles

Darren McFadden should expect some burn, too. It’s that time of year where we question whether certain teams should or should not be resting their starters, and the Dallas Cowboys have been at the center of that discussion. On Thursday,...Show More Summary

Report: Darren McFadden, Mark Sanchez expected to play a lot Sunday

The Cowboys have been resistant to the idea of resting their starters despite wrapping up the NFC East title and the first seed in the NFC playoffs, but a knee injury to left tackle Tyron Smith reportedly has them thinking about expanded roles for a couple of backups this weekend. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media…

If the Cowboys pull their QB, they may go with Mark Sanchez

If the Cowboys get in position to pull starters Sunday against the Eagles, it might not be Tony Romo who replaces Dak Prescott. Via Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, there’s a chance the Cowboys would activate third quarterback Mark Sanchez for just such an instance, keeping Tony Romo tucked safety away behind glass…

Dallas Should Play Mark Sanchez, Not Tony Romo, in Weeks 16 and 17

3 weeks agoSports : The Big Lead

Merry Christmas, Tony Romo! You’re going to be the No. 1 NFL talking point for the final nine days of the regular season! And you (...)

Financial Advisor Banned For Cheating Dallas Cowboys QB And MLB Players

GREEN BAY, WI - OCTOBER 16: Mark Sanchez #3 of the Dallas Cowboys warms up prior to the game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on October 16, 2016 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images) The reason so many pro athletes go bust not long after [...]

Mark Sanchez mourning the loss of two close friends

Two former NFL players in their 20s have died this month. Mark Sanchez was a close friend of both, and he’s grieving as he goes to work each day as a backup quarterback for the Cowboys. Joe McKnight was a teammate of Sanchez’s both at USC and on the Jets. After McKnight was shot and…

Mark Sanchez shares heart-wrenching tribute to Konrad Reuland

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Sanchez’s Monday began by serving as a pallbearer and ended with him learning of another teammate’s death.

Jets teammates serve as Joe McKnight’s pallbearers

Joe McKnight, the former NFL player who was shot and killed in New Orleans last week, was laid to rest on Monday with several of his former Jets teammates serving as pallbearers. Mark Sanchez, Antonio Cromartie, D’Brickashaw Ferguson, Bart Scott and Willie Colon carried McKnights casket at his funeral. “There’s a brotherhood and camaraderie that…

Don’t ask Bill Belichick about the butt fumble

2 months agoSports : The Early Lead

Given journalism’s penchant for oral histories these days, it was something of a surprise that the fourth anniversary of Mark Sanchez’s infamous butt fumble was not celebrated with a 10,000-word story. In case you forgot, here’s what happened on the night of Nov. 22, 2012, during a game between Sanchez’s Jets and the Patriots: In […]

WATCH: A brave reporter asked Bill Belichick about the butt fumble and lived to tell the tale

2 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

Tuesday marked the fourth anniversary of Mark Sanchez’s infamous butt fumble against the Patriots, and with New England set to play the Jets again this weekend, one truly courageous reporter asked Bill Belichick the question on no one’s...Show More Summary

Bill Belichick: We won’t underestimate Darrelle Revis

The Patriots face the Jets this weekend and the proximity to Thanksgiving led to a question for Bill Belichick on Wednesday about whether his film review would include a look at Mark Sanchez’s buttfumble in the holiday meeting between the teams in 2012. Belichick said that he doesn’t “think we’ll get to that,” but thanked…

Bill Belichick gave the saltiest response to a Buttfumble question

The four-year anniversary of Mark Sanchez’s extremely infamous Buttfumble was on Tuesday. The team on the other end of that play? The (...)

Mark Sanchez's 'Buttfumble,' the most embarrassing sports play ever, happened 4 years ago today

On Thursday Nov. 22 — Thanksgiving 2012 — Mark Sanchez ran into a butt and fumbled the football. If it wasn’t the worst play in NFL history, it was certainly the most embarrassing. Watch the GIF again. Mark Sanchez charges directly into...Show More Summary

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