With ‘two turnover-free quarters’ this weekend, Geno Smith will be named the New York Jets’ starting quarterback


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

The New York Daily News’ Manish Mehta reports rookie Geno Smith needs just “two turnover-free quarters” Saturday night against Big Blue to win the Jets’ quarterback battle.

Chosen 39th overall out of West Virginia, “many people in the organization” want the 22-year-old Smith to lead over the bush league Sanchez.

Despite an ankle injury and uneven play, Smith may get the nod because the 26-year-old Sanchez continues to regress in the pocket.

Topping the league with 52 turnovers over the last two seasons, Sanchez is hideously erratic and unreliable under center.

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

The greatest quality a signal caller can possess is accuracy and Sanchez is incapable of competing with Smith in that vital category.

Once projected as a top-10 prize by many insiders, the 6-foot-2, 218 pound Smith is overflowing with promise and clearly has a brighter future than the “Sanchize.”

More importantly, backed by a potentially potent defense, Smith protects the pigskin and gives the Jets an opportunity to triumph now.

With the swamps of Jersey requiring a facelift, Jets fans need Geno Smith to produce “two turnover-free quarters” this weekend to cement work on September 8.

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