Mark Sanchez

Washington Football Team #6 - Quarterback

  • Born: 11/11/86
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 225
  • Seasons: 2009

A look back on Carson Wentz through 5 seasons

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What to make of the Eagles QB.

Jacoby Brissett isn’t the worst option the Colts have at QB in 2021

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Before you dig through your shed to find that pitchfork and torch you know you saved to come after articles with titles like this one, please realize I don’t want the Colts to start Jacoby Brissett...

The case for and against Drew Lock as the Broncos starting QB in 2021

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Joe Rowles argues for, Joe Mahoney argues against

As the new year begins, Washington fans excited about future despite loss to Carolina, QB concerns, and the league’s worst owner

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Happy new year!! The results for SB Nation’s weekly Reacts poll are in, and as we prepare for the 17th and final week of the regular season, Washington fans are the most positive about their...

The Bengals had their own version of the butt fumble vs. Cowboys

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This was embarrassing and a big reason why Dallas came into Cincinnati and walked away with a blowout win.

Chris Carson’s having his best year, give him the ball

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Chris Carson progressed in three areas this season; only two of them for the better. The Seattle Seahawks lead running back is having his best season yet, or at least he would be if not for his...

Three keys to a Patriots win over the Chargers

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What New England has to do to earn a victory in Los Angeles.

Is the Jets receiver room getting too crowded for Jamison Crowder?

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Over the last three games, the Jets have had their starting wide receivers all on the field for the first time this season. Something notable has happened in the passing game. Slot receiver...

5 winners and 3 losers from the Patriots’ 20-17 victory over to the Cardinals

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Without the benefit of a film review, a look at those who stood out on Sunday.

The Seahawks’ home away from home? Philadelphia

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After a stunning 8-2 road record (playoffs included) in 2019, the Seattle Seahawks are just 2-3 on the road in 2020, but fear not because their next game is at their second home. Oh, you thought I...