Mark Sanchez turns in another ho-hum fantasy performance on Monday Night Football

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Mark Sanchez went 14-for-30 passing for 230 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions during Monday night's game between the Jets and the Texans. We break down the fantasy implications.

Mark Sanchez went 14-for-30 passing for 230 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions during Monday night's game between the New York Jets and the Houston Texans. Sanchez's lone touchdown came on a 27-yard connection with tight tight end Jeff Cumberland in the first quarter.

Fantasy Impact: Different day, same story. Sanchez did nothing to usher him back into the good graces of fantasy owners. He is not a fantasy option except in extremely deep or two-quarterback fantasy formats. Even if he was an elite passer on his own merits, he doesn't have the weapons or the protection to help him succeed. Santonio Holmes is out for the season, and Stephen Hill sat Monday with a hamstring injury. Until he has someone to throw to, Sanchez shouldn't even be a blip on your radar.

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