Mark Sanchez: Why the Jet Is Under the Most Pressure for a Sophomore Slump

August 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Apparently, the guy has it. You could easily get through a scouting report on Mark Sanchez without noting the trait that really sets this kid apart.
It's elusive because it can't be taught and it's highly regarded because so few players can pull this off convincingly.
This trait is also nameless. You'll just know it when you see it. You get IT?
Anyway, the bottom line is that Mark Sanchez had some games last year where he didn't exactly shine with brilliant luminosity; luckily, he had a great team and a supremely confident coach to back him up through the growing pains—and the below freezing temperature quarterback ratings.
Now that Mark can walk, he must learn to sprint in one fell swoop and sprint faster than his opponents for he is now the quarterback with the most to prove during the 2010-11 season.
During his first season as a professional, fresh and I mean ultra-fresh out of USC, Sanchez was highly touted as a future star in the league.

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