Mark Sanchez

The moves Kelly's Eagles have made this past week could result in an improved football team next season. However even if that is the case, it will never change the fact that Philly should have been able to improve this roster for 2015 easily without dumping the faces of the franchise.
This was a Rich Kotite type of a season, punctuated by mistakes, turnovers, missed opportunities and, above all, losses. Will the Jets fly again? There is some reason for hope, but a lot of patience will be required first.
The Seattle Seahawks are the defending world champions and owners of a 9-4 record. They have seen firsthand the distinct challenges of what it takes to repeat, and why the NFL hasn't seen a back-to-back champ since New England a decade ago. Just one month ago, the team seemed in total disarray -- unable to establish a consistent aerial attack with and without the traded Percy Harvin and unable to generate the same defensive dominance from a year ago.
Mark Sanchez isn't New York's problem any more. But that doesn't mean the New York Post isn't still a problem for him. With
Not only did the Eagles win, Sanchez did something he has never done before. Filling in for an injured Nick Foles, Sanchez
Sanchez, who had 17 multi-interception games in four years as the Jets starter, was not exactly known for hanging onto the ball, but was much better at controlling the game and giving the defense something to worry about... at least more than Smith.
The Rex Ryan era ended this Sunday after the miserable 43-23 loss to the Buffalo Bills at Met Life Stadium. Whether the once brash, Super-Bowl pledging, "ain't here to kiss Bill Belichick's rings" coach is put out of his misery now or at season's end ultimately make little difference.
Geno Smith got his shot and he missed. Actually, let me correct myself: Geno Smith got his shot and he missed wildly.
As the NFL pre-season is about to commence, one thing is inevitable: the national and local media will be unable to resist the temptation of calling the Jets a circus. There's one problem with this stereotype: It has nothing to do with reality.
Mark Sanchez won't be wearing a Jets uniform anymore but he may end up wearing green again in 2014. ESPN NFL analyst Chris
As a rookie, Smith started all 16 games for the Jets as the team muddled through an 8-8 season. The signal-caller out of
The animosity of the home crowd toward Smith was so intense Sunday that one could almost forget the vitriol once dedicated to the Jets' previous embattled quarterback, Mark Sanchez.
Somehow, Mark Sanchez had done it again. A year after introducing the term "Buttfumble" to the English language, the injured
It is worth keeping in mind, though, that after every catastrophic phase, after every setback, both Greece and the NY Jets have managed to survive, recover and, on occasion, prosper. Both Greeks and Gang Green nation are nothing but truly resilient.
What is Sanchez's Jets legacy? Rookie quarterback Geno Smith has replaced Sanchez and is playing well. What's next for New
The New York Jets have just announced a Mark Sanchez jersey buyback sale that launches Thursday night. This, finally, is the kind of positive publicity the New York Jets are rewarding their long suffering fans with.
Keith Olbermann returned to TV on Monday night with the debut of his new ESPN2 talk show "Olbermann." With a mocking voice
As he muddles his way through a preseason quarterback competition with rookie Geno Smith, the embattled Sanchez has grown