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Sanchez nets on home debut for Man U win vs Huddersfield

Alexis Sanchez's first goal for Manchester United wrapped up a 2-0 victory against Huddersfield on a day when the clubs came together to mark the 60th anniversary of the Munich air disaster        

Sanchez nets first Man U goal, leader City drops rare points

Alexis Sanchez is off the mark for Manchester United        

Man United’s Alexis Sanchez got lucky against Huddersfield

Alexis Sanchez scored his first Man United goal Three games, and Alexis Sanchez is off the mark for Manchester United. The former Arsenal forward found the target aginast Huddersfield at Old Trafford on Saturday. It was Alexis Sanchez’s first match at the Theatre of Dreams since his January transfer. The goal came about after Sanchez […]

Patriots qualify for seventh consecutive AFC title game with easy victory

The Patriots are in the AFC Championship Game. What else is new? It marks the seventh consecutive year New England is in the conference title game. The last time Tom Brady and the Patriots weren’t Mark Sanchez and the Jets were as they beat New England 28-21 in the divisional round in 2010. The Patriots’ [more]

Quique Sanchez Flores: Stoke interested in ex-Watford boss

Quique Sanchez Flores and Martin O'Neill are among the candidates to succeed Mark Hughes as manager of Stoke City.

Devonta Freeman gave us Butt Fumble 2.0 for Christmas

What do Devonta Freeman and Matt Sanchez have in common? For five years, NFL fans have celebrated one moment as the league’s zenith of failure; an unforgettable play in which Mark Sanchez, scrambling for his life, ran smack-dab intoShow More Summary

Geno Smith fires back at Rex Ryan

Former Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez didn’t fire back when his former head coach, Rex Ryan, opted to clumsily engage in revisionist history. Former Jets quarterback Geno Smith did. “I did see one of my ex-coaches say he didn’t want me to be his quarterback,” Smith told reporters after Sunday’s Giants-Raiders game, his first start for [more]

Giants owner responding to letters he gets from fans

Now that he’s gotten the media off his back for a few weeks by saying no decision would be made on personnel until the end of the season, Giants owner John Mara has time to deal with the angry mob. According to Mark Sanchez of the New York Post, Mara has been replying to fans [more]

Bears say Trubisky still has room to grow after spending the offseason as a third-stringer

Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky didn’t get much work with the starting offense during minicamp, training camp and the preseason. That was Mike Glennon‘s job, and Mark Sanchez was in the mix as well, and Trubisky was working a lot with third-stringers who didn’t even make the Bears’ 53-man roster. All of that is to say [more]

Rex Ryan: I knew Mark Sanchez wasn't ever going to be a franchise quarterback

The former Jets coach says he didn't have high expectations for the former Jets' first-round pick

Rex Ryan: Sanchez was never a franchise quarterback, Geno didn’t help himself

Rex Ryan reflected recently on his two quarterbacks during his six seasons as the Jets’ head coach, and he doesn’t sound like he has warm memories of either Mark Sanchez or Geno Smith. Ryan told that he never thought, even when the Jets took Sanchez with the fifth overall pick in the 2009 NFL [more]

USC just invented the Face Fumble

Continuing a tradition of USC quarterbacks innovating new kinds of fumbles. You remember the Butt Fumble, by former USC quarterback Mark Sanchez. We now have the Face Fumble, by current USC quarterback Sam Darnold. Is it fair that this officially goes down as a fumble by Darnold? No. Show More Summary

Bears happy to keep Mark Sanchez around, even if he’s inactive

The Bears signed Mike Glennon to be their starter, and then made the aggressive move to draft Mitchell Trubisky to be their future. But once Trubisky showed enough to be trusted to be their No. 2 quarterback, it was reasonable to wonder where veteran Mark Sanchez fit in. Via Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune, [more]

Bears won’t identify No. 2, but want to keep developing Mitchell Trubisky

Bears coach John Fox isn’t giving away any important state secrets, even if it’s something as seemingly inconsequential as the identity of his backup quarterback. But while he won’t confirm whether Mark Sanchez or Mitchell Trubisky will be No. 2 Sunday against the Falcons, he made it a point to mention that they’d continue to [more]

Pedro Martinez says Gary Sanchez is a marked man after brawl

6 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Gary Sanchez may need to wear his catcher's mask when he gets up to bat.

Peyton Manning drops by Bears practice

The Bears had a future Hall of Fame quarterback on the field Wednesday, and no, that’s not a prediction about Mike Glennon or Mitchell Trubisky. Or even Mark Sanchez. Via Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune, former Colts and Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was at Bears practice Wednesday, and spent some time talking to their [more]

Chicago Bears preseason: Mitch Trubisky outshines Mike Glennon against Denver Broncos

Chicago Bears fans were eager to watch their rookie quarterback take the field against the Denver Broncos in the preseason opener. Mike Glennon was the starter. Mark Sanchez the backup. Mitch Trubisky the third string. Trubisky was sensational. Show More Summary

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