New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez had another disappointing night Sunday in the 2012 preseason. Against the Carolina Panthers in Week 3, Sanchez went 11-for-18 for 123 yards, with zero touchdowns and one interception. For a third straight game, Sanchez has been held out of the end zone.
Analysis: Mark Sanchez has struggled mightily and the entire Jets organization often seems to be in total disarray. The offense in general has been unproductive and inconsistent. Sanchez will be the Jets' starting quarterback when Week 1 of the regular season kicks off, but there is always the chance that Tim Tebow takes over. In past seasons Sanchez has had value as a backup quarterback, but in 2012 he should remain a free agent. The Jets' offensive weapons are in question, the running game isn't what it was and the offensive line could be the Achilles' heel that holds everyone back.