Who'd have thought the Jets would ache for Mark Sanchez?
Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez seems poised to leave the butt-fumble behind for good.
That's a bold strategy, Cotton. Mark Sanchez got a monkey off his back -- er, butt -- on Thanksgiving, leading the Eagles to a convincing 33-10 win over division rival Dallas on the two-year anniversary of the play that made him the laughing stock of the league. Show More Summary
It’s hardly a surprise that as Mark Sanchez again looked entirely comfortable under center for the Eagles, the guy he replaced starts feeling better. According to Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News, a source close to Foles said he was “healing as expected” from his broken collarbone. Foles isn’t ready to take a hit…
On Thanksgiving night two years ago, Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets lost to the New England Patriots 49-19. The low point came in the second quarter, when Sanchez fumbled the ball by stumbling face-first into the back of his own player. Show More Summary
Before Woody Johnson fires Rex Ryan. Before he sends out another letter to season ticket holders pleading for them to hang in there. Before he dishes out more or Geno Smith to supporters who haven’t seen a championship in two generations, the Jets owner must do this: explain to the team’s fans why on Thanksgiving […]
Until Thursday, putting Mark Sanchez and Thanksgiving together conjured up images of Sanchez running headlong into Brandon Moore’s rear end against the Patriots in 2012. Sanchez provided a much better Thanksgiving memory on Thursday in Dallas by leading the Eagles to a 33-10 win that left them in control of the NFC East heading into…
There was a feast that took place this Thanksgiving in Arlington, Texas. But that feast wasn't meant for the home team. The Philadelphia Eagles, led by the outstanding play of Mark Sanchez and LeSean McCoy, took command of the NFC East, beating the Dallas Cowboys 33-10. Show More Summary
Butt fumble, RIP. Well, maybe not. It’ll probably never get old watching Mark Sanchez run into a lineman’s butt and fumble the ball, as he did on Thanksgiving 2012 in a hilarious yet humiliating snippet of a game that has been shown on endless loop ever since. This time, back in the Thanksgiving game with […]
Mark Sanchez may never be able to erase memories of the Butt Fumble from Thanksgiving of 2012, but the former Jets quarterback took another step toward getting his career back on track this Turkey Day.
As his former team continues to be lost at the quarterback position, Mark Sanchez is having solid second act of his career. Given a new lease on life in Philadelphia, the former fifth overall pick had a winning performance today, as his Eagles stole the NFC East division lead from the Cowboys. Read more...
The butt fumble has yielded to an ass kicking. Two years ago, the career of quarterback Mark Sanchez hit a nadir when his noggin slammed into the backside of guard Brandon Moore. The accidental blast into Moore’s hind quarters resulted in a turnover, and the term “butt fumble” was born. Fast forward to November 2014,…
The Philadelphia Eagles are now in first in the NFC West after dominating the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday, 33-10. The Philadelphia Eagles took down the Dallas Cowboys, 33-10 on Thursday. It was a dominant win for Mark Sanchez and the Eagles, and they now have sole possession of first place in the NFC East with a 9-3 record. Show More Summary
Even in the three-plus games since Mark Sanchez took over the reins of the Philadelphia Eagles' offense, Jeremy Maclin has remained the team's most targeted receiver. Sanchez and Maclin hooked up often in Thursday's Week 13 Thanksgiving showdown with the Dallas Cowboys, helping Philadelphia's cause in a big way on the road. Show More Summary
In his shot at redemption for an embarrassing Thanksgiving game with the Jets two years ago, Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez engineered a touchdown drive to open the game. Sanchez completed four of five passes for 30 yards, capping the 80-yard effort with a two-yard run on a read-option play. Wisely, Sanchez ran where the butts…
Prepare for a lot of buttfumble jokes as Mark Sanchez plays on Thanksgiving for the first time since going into Brandon Moore's backside.
Hard to believe that it's been two years since Mark Sanchez gave the world the Butt Fumble. Thankfully, the New York Post commemorated the event in Thursday's paper.
Good butt jokes. And on this Thanksgiving, SB Nation is thankful for butt(fumble)s, too. Mark Sanchez, it should be noted, has more wins than the New York Jets this season in four games. (h/t FTW)
The best advice I could give the Philadelphia Eagles this Thanksgiving is to not turn the football over and give a Dallas Cowboys offense already ranked fourth in time of possession any extra chances. But seeing as Mark Sanchez will be under center for the Birds, such feedback is likely to fall on deaf ears. Oh well. Show More Summary
As good as their records are, neither Philadelphia nor Dallas looks like a safe bet for the playoffs, but a win Thursday would help. Eleven games into the season, the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles are both 8-3, clearly out in front in the NFC East. Show More Summary