Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow struggled mightily at New York Jets practice Wednesday, according to reports. Sanchez went 9-for-13 passing with two interceptions and three sacks during 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills. Tebow went 4-for-9 with one interception and one sack.
Analysis: There haven't been many positive vibes coming out of Jets training camp surrounding Sanchez. He hasn't proven to be much better than the average NFL quarterback at his best, and to make matters worse he has Tebow around likely taking away snaps on a weekly basis. Even if Sanchez becomes a more efficient quarterback for the Jets, it seems unlikely that he will put up the numbers needed to make him a viable fantasy option. He's a QB2 in a standard league at best, but in all honesty he may be better left to the waivers.