What Would It Take for Jets Fans to Forgive Mark Sanchez?

May 28, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez will have to show significant improvement to win back the fans who have grown exceptionally tired of his horrific play over the last two seasons. 
They say two years can be an eternity in the NFL, and Sanchez is the most recent example. 
In the spring of 2011, Sanchez was a 24-year-old signal-caller who had just upended Peyton Manning and Tom Brady in the playoffs. 
Though his individual statistics were far from gaudy, the GQ-coverboy won four postseason road games in his first two years as a professional, and his Jets were fresh off back-to-back trips to the AFC title game.
Now, following a two-season stretch of wildly inconsistent play, which included a cumulative QB rating of 72.55, the ButtFumble and consecutive down-the-stretch collapses that resulted in two-straight years without the playoffs, Sanchez is a shell of his former self.
He's gone ...

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