On an ill-fated run/scramble, Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez ran face-first into offensive lineman Brandon Moore’s butt and fumbled the ball
Tom Brady is the most accomplished postseason quarterback by myriad measures, but somehow the New England Patriots signal-caller trails Mark Sanchez in one intriguing NFL postseason stat.
On Nov. 22, 2012, the New York Jets hosted the New England Patriots for a Thanksgiving Day showdown. The Patriots walked out of MetLife Stadium with a resounding 49-19 victory.
Most people cannot help but laugh anytime the “Buttfumble” incident from a few years back is mentioned.
Mark Sanchez was understandably disappointed with his woeful performance in the Denver Broncos’ second preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers last Saturday.
The Denver Broncos made the unique move of designating Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian as “co-starters” on the team’s initial depth chart of training camp.
Mark Sanchez did his best to downplay an on-field confrontation with Darren Sproles following the Philadelphia Eagles’ 45-17 thumping by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez and linebacker Connor Barwin dropped by Temple University Hospital on Wednesday to visit with victims of Tuesday’s tragic derailment of Amtrak North
While it certainly wasn’t a confirmation that new Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan would consider bringing in Mark Sanchez to his new team and facilitate a reunion with his former “Sanch
It’s certainly not the first time it a disgruntled fan has played the wisenheimer and posted a snarky submission on Craigslist as a means to rip their favorite team, but a Philadelphia Eagles f
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett didn’t pull any punches when giving his assessment of Mark Sanchez’s quarterback play following his team’s 24-14 win over the Philadel
Mark Sanchez may be riding high right now coming off two solid games at quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles in relief of injured starter Nick Foles, But his career renaissance after a nightmare r
Mark Sanchez’s transformation from has-been backup quarterback to Philadelphia hero and possible season saver for the Eagles took less than two games.
Mark Sanchez, once the much-maligned starting quarterback for the New York Jets, had a strong showing on Sunday after Nick Foles went down with an injury.
Mark Sanchez understands that under no uncertain terms that as far as his role on the Philadelphia Eagles are concerned, he is nothing more than a clipboard holder as Nick Foles orchestrates the offe