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Where does this laughing stock end up next year?

There was a report last week that a coach would start Sanchez if he was released. (that was before the browns got a coach and the word released means no jets so they are eliminated)

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No matter where he ends up, one thing is for certain, it will be nowhere near my fantasy team.

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Where does this laughing stock end up next year?

There was a report last week that a coach would start Sanchez if he was released. (that was before the browns got a coach and the word released means no jets so they are eliminated)

It was hard to figure out which coach that was, unless someone has an unrealistically high estimation of Mark Sanchez's talent. Would Sanchez go to Jacksonville and start? Over Henne? Imo, Henne is better.

One thing in Sanchez's favor is he was stuck with Brian Schottenheimer as an OC for his first 3 years in the NFL, and when Farve and Pennington both got away from Shotty they had very good years. Sanchez of course had one year away from Shotty in Tony Sparano's "System" but Sparano was a disaster as an OC.

Sanchez did improve is numbers each year, from 2009, 2010 and 2011. He regressed badly in 2012 under Sparano, and his numbers were never really "good".

I think he will go somewhere other than the Jets, compete for a starting job and lose.

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Jags also have 3rd pick. between that and Henne who is more familar with the jags system/personnel I don't see it. Plus i think Bradely is actually smart.

seems like a raiders move............worried the guy they want will be gone and use sanchez as competiton/a bridge

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Mark Sanchez has reportedly passed his physical and will sign with the Eagles.

Sanchez arrived in Philadelphia Wednesday night. Team doctors have taken a look at his surgically-repaired right (throwing) shoulder and given it the green light, so we'd expect an official announcement shortly. Sanchez gives the Eagles an upgrade on Matt Barkley, who will now battle G.J. Kinne for third-string duties.

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I think this is a smart move for Sanchez. Many of the Jets players on offense would often complain about the verbosity of Brian Schottenheimer system. Chip Kelly's "keep it simple" philosophy should help Sanchez, and if Sanchez has a chance to start due to injury, he has a better chance of putting on a good show in Philly than he would have with the Rams.

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I think this is a smart move for Sanchez. Many of the Jets players on offense would often complain about the verbosity of Brian Schottenheimer system. Chip Kelly's "keep it simple" philosophy should help Sanchez, and if Sanchez has a chance to start due to injury, he has a better chance of putting on a good show in Philly than he would have with the Rams.

Maybe you're right but I actually think it's a chicken sh@t move by Sanchez in going to a team where he clearly doesn't have a chance to start, unless Foles gets injured. For as maligned and blamed for the team's woes as Sanchez was in NY, you'd think he would want to go to team where he can battle for the starting job and prove the doubters wrong (TEN, CLE, JAX, MIN). Either he knows he's not that good, doesn't have the gumption to get his career back on track, or, in his defense, maybe none of those possible teams had any interest. I don't like to pile on the Butt Fumbler but this just seems like a total p*ssy move.

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I think this is a smart move for Sanchez. Many of the Jets players on offense would often complain about the verbosity of Brian Schottenheimer system. Chip Kelly's "keep it simple" philosophy should help Sanchez, and if Sanchez has a chance to start due to injury, he has a better chance of putting on a good show in Philly than he would have with the Rams.

Maybe you're right but I actually think it's a chicken sh@t move by Sanchez in going to a team where he clearly doesn't have a chance to start, unless Foles gets injured. For as maligned and blamed for the team's woes as Sanchez was in NY, you'd think he would want to go to team where he can battle for the starting job and prove the doubters wrong (TEN, CLE, JAX, MIN). Either he knows he's not that good, doesn't have the gumption to get his career back on track, or, in his defense, maybe none of those possible teams had any interest. I don't like to pile on the Butt Fumbler but this just seems like a total p*ssy move.

I think there probably wasn't that much interest, he might realize that what system he's in matters, and on top of that he may also know he sucks. No reason not to carve out a niche as a backup QB for the rest of his career if that is the case.

It will be funny if Foles gets hurt and Sanchez or Quinn has to start. I'm thinking they could make Chip Kelly go from genius to moron in the public's eye pretty quickly.

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I think this is a smart move for Sanchez. Many of the Jets players on offense would often complain about the verbosity of Brian Schottenheimer system. Chip Kelly's "keep it simple" philosophy should help Sanchez, and if Sanchez has a chance to start due to injury, he has a better chance of putting on a good show in Philly than he would have with the Rams.

Maybe you're right but I actually think it's a chicken sh@t move by Sanchez in going to a team where he clearly doesn't have a chance to start, unless Foles gets injured. For as maligned and blamed for the team's woes as Sanchez was in NY, you'd think he would want to go to team where he can battle for the starting job and prove the doubters wrong (TEN, CLE, JAX, MIN). Either he knows he's not that good, doesn't have the gumption to get his career back on track, or, in his defense, maybe none of those possible teams had any interest. I don't like to pile on the Butt Fumbler but this just seems like a total p*ssy move.

I think there probably wasn't that much interest, he might realize that what system he's in matters, and on top of that he may also know he sucks. No reason not to carve out a niche as a backup QB for the rest of his career if that is the case.

It will be funny if Foles gets hurt and Sanchez or Quinn has to start. I'm thinking they could make Chip Kelly go from genius to moron in the public's eye pretty quickly.

Isn't Barkley the backup? I thought Quinn was still on the Rams?

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I think this is a smart move for Sanchez. Many of the Jets players on offense would often complain about the verbosity of Brian Schottenheimer system. Chip Kelly's "keep it simple" philosophy should help Sanchez, and if Sanchez has a chance to start due to injury, he has a better chance of putting on a good show in Philly than he would have with the Rams.

Maybe you're right but I actually think it's a chicken sh@t move by Sanchez in going to a team where he clearly doesn't have a chance to start, unless Foles gets injured. For as maligned and blamed for the team's woes as Sanchez was in NY, you'd think he would want to go to team where he can battle for the starting job and prove the doubters wrong (TEN, CLE, JAX, MIN). Either he knows he's not that good, doesn't have the gumption to get his career back on track, or, in his defense, maybe none of those possible teams had any interest. I don't like to pile on the Butt Fumbler but this just seems like a total p*ssy move.

I think there probably wasn't that much interest, he might realize that what system he's in matters, and on top of that he may also know he sucks. No reason not to carve out a niche as a backup QB for the rest of his career if that is the case.

It will be funny if Foles gets hurt and Sanchez or Quinn has to start. I'm thinking they could make Chip Kelly go from genius to moron in the public's eye pretty quickly.

Isn't Barkley the backup? I thought Quinn was still on the Rams?

You are right, I got my sh*tty QB's mixed up.

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Sanchez could really use a change of scenery. He had so little to work with that its tough to say what kind of QB he is. But Tom Brady on those Jets teams and they are no better. I don't pick backups. But if Sanchez gets under center it will be the best offense he has ever been on and I could see him being good.

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Sanchez could really use a change of scenery. He had so little to work with that its tough to say what kind of QB he is. But Tom Brady on those Jets teams and they are no better. I don't pick backups. But if Sanchez gets under center it will be the best offense he has ever been on and I could see him being good.

Most ridiculous thing i've read on here in at least a couple of days.

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He had so little to work with that its tough to say what kind of QB he is. But Tom Brady on those Jets teams and they are no better.

In 2010 he had Tomlinson, along with Braylon Edwards, Santonio Holmes and Jerricho Cotchery as his WRs. Put Tom Brady on the 2009 or 2010 team and the Jets would have won the superbowl.

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Sanchez could really use a change of scenery. He had so little to work with that its tough to say what kind of QB he is. But Tom Brady on those Jets teams and they are no better. I don't pick backups. But if Sanchez gets under center it will be the best offense he has ever been on and I could see him being good.

Most ridiculous thing i've read on here in at least a couple of days.

This. Guy is either a very very very strong pats hater or high

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From the front page:

Through two exhibition affairs, Sanchez is 18-of-22 passing for 196 yards, the two scores, and one pick. It's fair to wonder if Sanchez would become a fantasy QB1 in Chip Kelly's offense if Nick Foles went down.

I haven't had the chance to actually see Sanchez this preseason, but I think it's a bit premature for the "QB1 if he has a chance to start" talk. This is a guy who started for four years and couldn't get a job when his contract was up.

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From the front page:

Through two exhibition affairs, Sanchez is 18-of-22 passing for 196 yards, the two scores, and one pick. It's fair to wonder if Sanchez would become a fantasy QB1 in Chip Kelly's offense if Nick Foles went down.

I haven't had the chance to actually see Sanchez this preseason, but I think it's a bit premature for the "QB1 if he has a chance to start" talk. This is a guy who started for four years and couldn't get a job when his contract was up.

One thing's for sure. The dude was absolutely set up to fail in NY. I'm glad to see he's standing there, not looking skiddish. Looks like he got out of town just in time before David Carr syndrome set in. I dunno. I have a feeling he'd be putting up QB1 numbers right away if Beck, I mean Foles went down. Hell. He might even pass him if Beck decides to tour again.

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Sanchez as a possible FF QB #1 would be a RW 6 beer assessment. They will wake up Sat morning and regret that statement. B)

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Coach Chip Kelly hinted that he'd be open to trading Mark Sanchez.

Through two preseason games, Sanchez has gone 18-of-22 for 196 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. On Sunday, Kelly was asked what would happen if another team showed interest in the ex-Jet. "What are you giving me?" Kelly replied. The coach went on to say that no one has called about Sanchez, who settled for a meager one-year, $2.25 million contract in March.

If Chip Kelly gets anything of value for Sanchez, he really is a genius.

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I'm not a Sanchez fan, but I've never seen a team bend over backwards to kill a career like the Jets did to him the last couple years. With a season or two as a backup under a quality coach, I could see him bounce back to the mid level NFL starter he was a few years ago.

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I've always been a Sanchez hater (moreso that I hate the Jets) and snickered when the Eagles picked him up. I figured he'd be camp fodder and just a mentor of sorts for Barkley. After watching both preseason games, I actually wouldn't be worried if Foles went down (assuming the rest of the offense is healthy) and he took over the helm. Sanchez has looked better than he ever has in NY and I want to see more.

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NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that the Rams have some interest in Sanchez, per a source informed of the situation. But the Eagles have been more than pleased with the former Jets quarterback this year and would have to be blown away to trade him. And the Rams chose to sign Hill over Sanchez in the offseason. The Rams will remain "open minded" according to Rapoport and see who calls.

The Rams are in a terrible spot. There is no magical quarterback solution out there that will save their season. (That's including Christian Ponder and anyone else you can come up with.) Is the "upgrade" from Shaun Hill to Mark Sanchez really worth giving up a halfway decent future draft pick? Is the difference between five and seven wins that big a deal in a brutal division?

I'm pretty sure Sanchez wouldn't want to go back to playing in a Brian Schottenheimer offense. Sanchez has managed his career brilliantly, soaking the Jets for the maximum amount of money he could by coming out early and then playing like he was "hurt" by the Jets pursuing Peyton Manning. After that he headed to a team with an offense that has a chance to make him look good. I know he can't really do anything about it if he gets traded, but I've got a feeling he wouldn't be too happy about it.

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I cant see the Eagles trading him. Sanchez is a pretty decent QB to have on your roster as a backup, and with a good line he will be handy if he is needed.

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I'm embarrassed to be bumping this, but if Foles does miss significant time, is there any chance Sanchez puts up serviceable numbers in Chip Kelly's offense?

Yes, that's how desperate I'll be at QB if Foles is out.

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