Geno Smith hopes to one day accomplish what Mark Sanchez failed to do: be the Jets’ long-term franchise quarterback. At the moment, his prospects aren’t looking too hot. The young signal-caller has played poorly enough this season that his status is game-to-game, maybe even half-to-half.
The heat is on Geno Smith after a pair of subpar performances in the Jets’ back-to-back losses. How will the Jets faithful respond if Smith gets off to a slow start? Will he get the Mark Sanchez treatment?
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The New York Jets aren't prepared to go the Mark Sanchez route with second-year quarterback Geno Smith, but they are placing a tremendous emphasis on Smith cutting back the turnovers and interceptions that have plagued...Show More Summary
Some blunders, such as the Butt Fumble, just happen without warning and without reason. The main characters in that drama were Mark Sanchez and Brandon Moore's butt. Sunday's timeout fiasco for the New York Jets included 10 seconds of...Show More Summary
Nearly two years ago, Mark Sanchez and the Jets gave the world the “Butt Fumble.” (Cut to the other Jets saying, “Hey, hold on now, that was all Sanchize.”) It was a play so ludicrous that ESPN’s “SportsCenter” had to retire the clip from “Not Top 10: Worst of the Worst” consideration, or else it would still […]
With final cuts looming, here's a look at how the Philadelphia Eagles' final 53-man roster could pan out: QUARTERBACKS (3) Nick Foles Mark Sanchez Matt Barkley This was always the group. If Barkley had played poorly during the preseason, then maybe Chip Kelly would have gone light at QB. Show More Summary
Michael Vick and Mark Sanchez both face their old teams on Thursday. How will they do in their final preseason tuneups? Michael Vick is one of the most notable players in the NFL, but over the offseason he went from the backup in Philly to the backup in New York. Show More Summary
Brand-new Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Mark Sanchez is having one hell of a preseason. Sanchez has completed 80.6 percent of his passes and has a passer rating of 112.5 in three preseason appearances. Naturally, because he's redeeming himself, because he's still only 27 and a former No. Show More Summary
Mark Sanchez is quite happy where he is, with rumors indicating that he would rather stay the No. 2 quarterback in Philadelphia than try for a starting job in St. Louis. The Rams were just rocked by the season-ending injury to Sam Bradford, an ACL tear that could very well end the oft-injured Bradford’s career
Mark Sanchez is aware of the rumors linking him to the Rams, he just doesn't believe them. Sanchez, whose name has come up in recent hours as a possible replacement for the injured Sam Bradford, thinks his future belongs with the Eagles as Nick Foles' backup.
Funny how things go in the NFL preseason. A starting quarterback goes down for the season and the first person everyone thinks of as a possible replacement is Mark Sanchez.
If you think Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez could be headed to St. Louis, he's got some bad news for you.
Eagles backup quarterback Mark Sanchez says he’s not on the trade market. Sanchez is aware of talk that the Rams could be interested in acquiring him following the loss of quarterback Sam Bradford. But Sanchez says “nobody who would make those decisions has said anything” to him, and he’s sure that if a trade were…
Despite being a starting job, Mark Sanchez does not want to go to St. Louis.
With Sam Bradford's season-ending ACL tea r, the Rams are presumably in the market for a competent, experienced QB. Like, say, Mark Sanchez. Wait, who's running the Rams offense again? Brian Schottenheimer? Read more...
PHILADELPHIA -- Mark Sanchez has definitely become an asset in the months since he signed a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. The question has suddenly become: Is Sanchez more valuable as the backup to Nick Foles or as a possible trade piece for a team like St. Show More Summary
No sooner was quarterback Sam Bradford lost for the season to a re-torn anterior cruciate ligament than the speculation began and that speculation centered squarely around Mark Sanchez. It was kind of logical, given that Sanchez played under the Rams’ offensive coordinator, Brian Schottenheimer, when he was with the New York Jets. But not so […]
With training camp now under way, here's a look at how the Philadelphia Eagles' final 53-man roster could pan out: QUARTERBACKS (3) Nick Foles Mark Sanchez Matt Barkley A couple writers were talking at practice the other day about the possibility of the Eagles keeping just two QBs on the active roster. Show More Summary
Mark Sanchez seems firmly entrenched as the backup quarterback in Philadelphia. He has shown accuracy and zip in his passes throughout training camp. This has translated to the preseason as well. Through three games Sanchez has goneShow More Summary
The Rams are in need of a reliable arm after Sam Bradford's season-ending injury, but sources say Sanchez has no interest in leaving Philadelphia. Chip Kelly said earlier this preseason that his Philadelphia Eagles would listen if teams came calling for backup quarterback Mark Sanchez. Show More Summary