Former top-five draft pick Mark Sanchez has found a new opportunity in Philadelphia, stepping into the starting job after Nick Foles snapped a collarbone. So how is the once and future (perhaps) Sanchize doing? It depends on who you ask. The player gives himself a tough assessment, pointing to six turnovers in three games under…
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The Philadelphia Eagles are looking to rebound from a horrific 53-20 loss to the Green Bay Packers, one in which Mark Sanchez struggled and the secondary was exposed. It dropped the Eagles to just 1-2 against teams that would make the...Show More Summary
There’s a lot riding on this Sunday’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers. The Eagles are fresh off a Monday night thrashing of the Carolina Panthers, and backup Mark Sanchez played extremely well in his firstShow More Summary
Coaches in the NFL can facilitate production on the field given their ability to teach technique and discipline within a particular scheme while putting their players in a position to succeed. But that scheme, or system, only works when the players execute on game days. I think Chip Kelly is a heck of a coach. Show More Summary
Mark Sanchez is flying high with the Eagles, but Kim Kardashian’s butt has brought him back down to his lowest point.
The Philadelphia Eagles are at the top of the NFC East after Sunday night's 45-21 win over the Carolina Panthers. With quarterback Nick Foles out due to a collarbone injury, can Mark Sanchez take advantage of an opportunity and steal...Show More Summary
Earlier this week we asked you to Photoshop this goofy Getty Images photo of Mark Sanchez. Your contributions were outstanding! Here are some of our favorites. Read more...
There's an undeniable connection between Philadelphia Eagles interim starting quarterback Mark Sanchez and rookie wide receiver Jordan Matthews. The two worked together with the second-team offense for much of the summer and displayed...Show More Summary
Sometimes, it's the little trades that can make all the difference. This past week in my two-QB keeper league, I dealt an 18th-round pick and my No. 2 waiver placement for the top waiver placement, where I selected Mark Sanchez to replace Nick Foles as the No. Show More Summary
The Jets were still basking in the afterglow of a meaningless win when Mark Sanchez embarrassed the whole damn organization with a told-you-so performance on Monday night.
We've gone from beardy Mark Sanchez to clean-shaven Mark Sanchez in less than a year. Apparently, that's a good thing for him.
If the Mark Sanchez quarterbacking the Eagles these days looks like a different guy than the one who committed the infamous butt fumble with the Jets, it’s because he is.
Nearly a year after getting cut by the New York Jets, Mark Sanchez is the starting quarterback for the 7-2 Philadelphia Eagles. Jenny Vrentas of MMQB wrote an article about Sanchez's comeback, and it gives you an idea of just how far he has come in 10 months. Show More Summary
Any concerns about the Philadelphia Eagles offense under new starting quarterback Mark Sanchez were silenced after Monday night's dominant 45-21 win over the Carolina Panthers. While the Eagles capitalized on both defensive and special teams touchdowns once more, Sanchez was particularly effective in his first start in an Eagles uniform. Show More Summary
One former USC quarterback started and another finished in the Philadelphia Eagles’ 45-21 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Monday night at Lincoln Financial Field.
PHILADELPHIA – Mark Sanchez’s performance in his first start for the Eagles raised questions about whether any quarterback can flourish in coach Chip Kelly’s offense. Kelly didn’t particularly like those questions. “If anybody thinks...Show More Summary
Mike Florio and PFT Panthers insider Darin Gantt break down the Panthers Monday night loss to the Eagles. Mike and NBCSN’s Ross Tucker break down some of the top headlines from around the league, including Mark Sanchez‘ debut as the Eagles starting QB and what might be next for Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice.
Last night’s Eagles-Panthers game got a little out of hand by the fourth quarter, with chicken finger-lovin’, cheesesteak eatin’ second string quarterback Mark Sanchez leading Philly to a commanding 45-7 lead. So it’s not terribly surprising that Jon Gruden and Mike Tirico got a little bored up in the ESPN broadcast booth. What is surprising, however, is that, in their […]
PHILADELPHIA -- Chip Kelly deflects the subject. Nick Foles hasn't spoken to the media since fracturing his collarbone in Arizona last week. That leaves Mark Sanchez as the solo voice on the subject of the Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback situation after Foles is healthy. Show More Summary