Mark Sanchez was one year and a game into his tenure as a starting NFL quarterback in New York when he learned the harsh reality of what that means.
Mark Sanchez threw a career-high three touchdown passes, including two in the second half, and the New York Jets held off Tom Brady and the New England Patriots despite losing Darrelle Revis in a 28-14 victory Sunday.
WR Braylon Edwards was brought to the Jets to make big plays, but he still hasn't found a consistent connection with QB Mark Sanchez.
In his weekly review of the week that was, Tom Danyluk compares the rule that cost Calvin Johnson a touchdown to the "Tuck Rule" that infamously cost the Raiders a divisional-playoff win over the Patriots in January 2001.
An unidentified team filed a formal complaint with the NFL against the Jets for violating the league's offseason training rules.
The Jets reportedly will re-sign QB Kevin O'Connell and place him on injured reserve with a torn labrum.
With Darrelle Revis back, the Jets have all the pieces to make a run at the Super Bowl. That is, all but one: a quarterback.
The Jets released QB Kevin O'Connell on Tuesday, likely giving the No. 3 job to Kellen Clemens.
To avoid any future problems with his left knee, Jets QB Mark Sanchez will wear a protective brace.
If Jets QB Mark Sanchez develops into a quarterback worth starting every week in fantasy leagues, it won't be in 2010, writes PFW's Dan Parr.
Although optimism reigns at this time of year, some perspective is needed, such as when Panthers LB Thomas Davis suffers his second ACL tear in seven months.
QB Mark Sanchez returned to the field for the first time since undergoing knee surgery as the Jets held their first organized team activity of the offseason Monday.
Mark Sanchez has a talented, but troubled, new target to work with in the recently acquired Santonio Holmes, but the two likely won't be able to get on the field to practice together until training camp.
During his press conference at the Combine Friday, Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum changed his tune, slightly, on QB Mark Sanchez's timetable to get back on the field after undergoing knee surgery Feb. 17.
Jets QB Mark Sanchez will undergo surgery on his left knee Wednesday, according to reports.
Jets QB Mark Sanchez has decided to undergo surgery on his left knee, but he's expected to be ready for training camp, reports indicate.
Mark Sanchez delivered a decent performance in a Week 16 victory, which relieved some tension among Jets players, observers say.