Deserving of a shower in the swamps of Jersey, New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez says he’s ‘going to win’ against Geno Smith

Unlike Geno Smith, Mark Sanchez is not a man for Gotham.

Saying he’s “going to win” the New York Jets quarterback competition, Mark Sanchez expects to start under center against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 8.

A bush league chucker, Sanchez is in the midst of battling rookie passer Geno Smith for the job.

“When it’s a straight-up competition for the job, let’s roll,” said Sanchez, 26, who deserves praise for penetrating Kate Upton. “It really doesn’t bother me at all. It really doesn’t affect my confidence or anything like that. We’re competing for something. All right, I’m going to win. That’s just how I am.”

Leading the league with 52 turnovers over the last two seasons, Sanchez is hideously erratic and unreliable in the pocket.

In stark contrast to the used Trojan, the 22-year-old Smith completed an extremely impressive 67.4 percent of his passes over 44 games in Morgantown.

Looking solid during organized team activities and showing leadership abilities off the gridiron, the 6-foot-2, 218 pound Smith is brimming with potential and clearly has a brighter future than the “Sanchize.”

However, strictly due to his veteran status, perhaps Sanchez is initially “going to win.”

Nevertheless, by roughly Columbus Day, Mark Sanchez will be showering in the swamps of Jersey while Geno Smith is piloting the New York Jets.

facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinby feather
rssby feather
This entry was posted in Football and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply