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2012-11-29 02:40:28 AM
Butt-Fumble.

This will be Mark Sanchez' legacy in New York, and perhaps as a starting QB anywhere in the NFL in the future.
 
2012-11-29 08:49:57 AM
Being a fan of his college days, I really wanted him to succeed. I defended him for a long time, essentially saying that he would break out any day now (I'm a fan of the player, not the Jets).

Now I understand why everyone at the bar was laughing at me.

Sorry Mark, but you're a bust.

/"butt-fumble" still makes me snicker every time I hear it
//and you do, too
 
2012-11-29 09:20:47 AM
Your blog still sucks.

/what's dumb is that people fumble when running into their teammates all the time - it's hardly like Sanchez was the first to do it. But for some reason people watched that sh*tty game so with are nonexistent-memory sports media, that one got all the talk.
 
2012-11-29 11:23:52 AM

dickfreckle: Being a fan of his college days, I really wanted him to succeed. I defended him for a long time, essentially saying that he would break out any day now (I'm a fan of the player, not the Jets).

Now I understand why everyone at the bar was laughing at me.

Sorry Mark, but you're a bust.

/"butt-fumble" still makes me snicker every time I hear it
//and you do, too


The only saving grace for him right now is that the Jets haven't had anyone who was potentially better. Except maybe Drew Stanton, and he was around only long enough to be pushed out be Tebow (God fark him). Because of that, nobody can be sure that the Jets are just incompetent at hiring offensive coordinators and that Sanchez could have thrived with the right coach. For fark's sake, he wasn't bad in the playoffs! Meanwhile, Schotty and Sparano have been horrendous before and are not fit to coach in the NFL.
 
2012-11-29 12:18:05 PM
I like raggin' on the Sanchize as much as the next guy but did we really need a 2nd thread about his fail from a shiatty blog?
 
2012-11-29 12:19:56 PM
he played QB at USC, duh
 
2012-11-29 12:21:45 PM
In All Seriousness Mark Sanchez is a Failure Joke
 
2012-11-29 12:22:41 PM
Can I audit the 11th grade Creative Writing class that is clearly generating content for this blog?
 
2012-11-29 12:23:57 PM
It was an "Atomic Sanchez"
 
2012-11-29 12:25:54 PM
Is that website written by a twelve year old? How are these stories getting the green light?
 
2012-11-29 12:29:25 PM
Your blog sucks, and you should probably retake 8th grade English.
 
2012-11-29 12:32:17 PM
Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?
 
2012-11-29 12:34:37 PM
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2012-11-29 12:35:38 PM

IAmRight: Your blog still sucks.

/what's dumb is that people fumble when running into their teammates all the time - it's hardly like Sanchez was the first to do it. But for some reason people watched that sh*tty game so with are nonexistent-memory sports media, that one got all the talk.


I agree with your point on the blog, but this fumble is getting run on Fark because it's funny watching the gif of Sanchez face planting in his teammates ass over and over again. If the fumble is getting extra national media attention, then, well...Tebow?

Also, I never made a connection between Sanchez and Alex Smith before this article. Sanchez was successful being the game manager who could get the team into position for field goals. Now I realize that Smith should go to the Jets so they can recapture that play style, Sanchez should go to the Browns, and the 49ers could be a dominant team for several years if Kaepernick pans out.
 
2012-11-29 12:38:39 PM
I think that he should have been benched weeks ago. He wasn't and his play has been brutal.

And this is why Sexy Rexy will be looking at foot porn jobless after this season.
 
2012-11-29 12:45:46 PM

Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?


In a vacuum, no, he wasn't a bust when the Jets were succeeding. He was managing the game, not making huge mistakes, letting the running backs and defense carry the load, and throwing the occasional pass when the D had 15 men in the box. He wasn't a bust in that he wasn't causing problems that led to his team's losses.

But when you're talking about a top 5 draft pick being asked to be nothing more than a game manager then yes, he has been a bust the whole time. Being drafted that high means you should be a cornerstone of your team, not an albatross that needs to be omitted from your own game plan because you are such a liability. You can make the case for a guy having growing pains or needing to be eased into the pro game, but at some point you just have to say the kid doesn't know a post route from a post office and you've wasted a huge chunk of time and money on an abject failure.
 
2012-11-29 12:52:41 PM
The only way to sell yourself in the NFL as a QB is to produce and win games. Alex Sanchez has failed in that regard.

Alex is Mark's shiatty twin, and Mark is tied up in a warehouse somewhere in Jersey right now.
 
2012-11-29 12:54:33 PM
The Jets suck and are very boring.....Next.........
 
2012-11-29 12:58:13 PM
I almost hate that I was right about his success in the NFL.

/almost
//don't think Barkley is going to be any better
 
2012-11-29 12:58:55 PM
tommyl66: You can make the case for a guy having growing pains or needing to be eased into the pro game, but at some point you just have to say the kid doesn't know a post route from a post office and you've wasted a huge chunk of time and money on an abject failure.

You can also make a case that the entirety of the Jets is a disaster with an abomination of an offensive coordinator. The best running back on the Jets is Tim Tebow and the guy who their defense is based around is hurt. Replacing Sanchez and starting over does nothing other than keep the Jets in their predictable 4 year pattern of new coach, some success, bad season, less success than their maniac fans want, start over.

If they had a good OC, Sanchez would be fine......... like he was when he had a mediocre OC. The Jets should pay Norv Turner whatever he is going to want to be their OC next year.
 
2012-11-29 01:01:57 PM

IAmRight: Your blog still sucks.

/what's dumb is that people fumble when running into their teammates all the time - it's hardly like Sanchez was the first to do it. But for some reason people watched that sh*tty game so with are nonexistent-memory sports media, that one got all the talk.


No, we're laughing because he ran into his linesman's ass and fumbled. The man ran into an ass. If he had just ran into his lineman it would still be funny, but wouldn't be getting that much attention. But he didn't. He somehow ran into his lineman's rear end and coughed up the ball.

THAT is something special, and perfectly describes his tenure of the New York Jets as of late.
 
2012-11-29 01:06:55 PM

Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?


Hey Mark

I dunno, you tell me. Whatever is going on, you suck now and you sucked last year. You look lost and confused and scared and just, out of your league. You could be a good QB on a bad team, but it looks more like you are a bad QB on a bad team. Maybe your initial success was a fluke? It happens.

Stay off the intenet and practice mechanics some more, ok, Mark?

/maybe you are Mark's mom, let me just say, ma'am, you could probably throw better.
 
2012-11-29 01:07:35 PM

tommyl66: Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?

In a vacuum, no, he wasn't a bust when the Jets were succeeding. He was managing the game, not making huge mistakes, letting the running backs and defense carry the load, and throwing the occasional pass when the D had 15 men in the box. He wasn't a bust in that he wasn't causing problems that led to his team's losses.

But when you're talking about a top 5 draft pick being asked to be nothing more than a game manager then yes, he has been a bust the whole time. Being drafted that high means you should be a cornerstone of your team, not an albatross that needs to be omitted from your own game plan because you are such a liability. You can make the case for a guy having growing pains or needing to be eased into the pro game, but at some point you just have to say the kid doesn't know a post route from a post office and you've wasted a huge chunk of time and money on an abject failure.


He sucked last year. This is his second straight year of being atrocious. How many more years do we have to give him? Jim Harbaugh gave Smith 1 game and he was out due to a concussion. What's Alex's excuse? He just sucks.
 
2012-11-29 01:07:40 PM

Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?


This.

/not a fan.
 
2012-11-29 01:18:49 PM

tommyl66: Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?

In a vacuum, no, he wasn't a bust when the Jets were succeeding. He was managing the game, not making huge mistakes, letting the running backs and defense carry the load, and throwing the occasional pass when the D had 15 men in the box. He wasn't a bust in that he wasn't causing problems that led to his team's losses.

But when you're talking about a top 5 draft pick being asked to be nothing more than a game manager then yes, he has been a bust the whole time. Being drafted that high means you should be a cornerstone of your team, not an albatross that needs to be omitted from your own game plan because you are such a liability. You can make the case for a guy having growing pains or needing to be eased into the pro game, but at some point you just have to say the kid doesn't know a post route from a post office and you've wasted a huge chunk of time and money on an abject failure.


The problem with this though is that some blame needs to be put on the GM and coaching staff for setting him up to fail. Even coming out of college, Pete Carroll said he needed another year at USC, but the Jets rushed up in the draft to take him that high based on "potential" and a nice combine. Then they overhype him his first year by calling him "Sanchize" and tried to force him into a leadership role he clearly wasn't ready for. You could tell in some of his press conferences the first couple of years that he was more trying to play a role as a leader than someone who really had a hold of that locker room.

Now let's talk a bit about some of the offensive pieces around him over his tenure there. Santonio Holmes has been his best receiver and a broken down LaDanian Tomlinson was his best running back. They've had busts all over their offensive line and their skill positions. Rex Ryan doesn't know shiat about offense, and Brian Schottenheimer and now Tony Sparano has been the OC. What have those guys ever done in the league in those positions?

Let's look at the Ravens organization and how they've dealt with Joe Flacco and the major differences there. Instead of a loudmouth coach that talks Super Bowl or bust every year when he first got the job, you had a guy in John Harbaugh that kept his mouth shut. He brought in proven coordinators and QB coaches to work with Flacco, and didn't try to put too much on his plate too soon. Ozzie Newsome does a great job of evaluating talent, and brought in legit weapons to surround him with. And they actually have real veteran leadership in their locker room.

I'm not saying he would've been as good as Flacco in that situation since he seems to be more mentally weak and more concerned with being a celebrity than a great QB. But it's unfair that he's getting all of the blame when that organization has been one of the worst in football on the operations side.
 
2012-11-29 01:20:08 PM

Kornchex: Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?

This has already been addressed.

/not a fan.

 
2012-11-29 01:27:06 PM

Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?


He wasn't a bust when the Jets were winning playoff games.

Why must the games be broken down into "X Quarterback won" or "Y Quarterback lost"? There are over 100 guys on the rosters of the two teams.
 
2012-11-29 01:40:28 PM

IAmRight: Your blog still sucks.

/what's dumb is that people fumble when running into their teammates all the time - it's hardly like Sanchez was the first to do it. But for some reason people watched that sh*tty game so with are nonexistent-memory sports media, that one got all the talk.


A lot of us don't watch too much Pac-10 / 12 football, so excuse our elitist pro-football watching East Coast attitude when I say this doesn't happen very often. Is running into your own lineman's ass a common occurrence on the West Coast?

And we watched this shiatty game because it was awesome. As was the Packers' Sunday night failfest.
 
2012-11-29 01:49:37 PM

poughdrew: A lot of us don't watch too much Pac-10 / 12 football, so excuse our elitist pro-football watching East Coast attitude when I say this doesn't happen very often. Is running into your own lineman's ass a common occurrence on the West Coast?


It's a common occurrence in the NFL and every collegiate conference. It's not always the QB (more often its a RB, as they're, you know, running the ball toward the linemen more often) and it's not often the ass (not sure why everyone wants to fixate on a 300+ lb man's ass, but you like what you like), but yeah, teammates cause a lot of fumbles and tackles. And when you watch games from 9 am until 10 pm every weekend like I used to (yeah, sad to admit, but hey, it just means I've actually seen these things), yeah, you see it quite a bit.

/was in the days before .giffing everything though
//and no, neither of those games was worth watching
///smart enough to know Pats/Jets was going to be a sh*tfest and wisely chose to use that time doing better things than watch sh*tty football
 
2012-11-29 01:53:30 PM

IAmRight: poughdrew: ***snip***
///smart enough to know Pats/Jets was going to be a sh*tfest and wisely chose to use that time doing better things than watch sh*tty football


But, baseball season doesn't start until April, what the hell could be better now?
 
2012-11-29 02:34:54 PM
FTFB* It's amazing that Alex Smith has been benched in favor of Colin Kaepernick even though he's the fifth ranked NFL QB. Maybe there will be a spot on the Jets for him next year ....... Maybe it's also time to bring in Jim Harbaugh as a consultant. Maybe he can teach Rex Ryan how to dump a quarterback in one easy step.

And while we're playing make believe, maybe Joe Namath will un-retire and lead the Jets to a Super Bowl win.

*From The Farking Blog
 
2012-11-29 02:52:26 PM
Am I the only one who reads "Butt Fumble" in Peter Griffins "Back scratcherrrrrr! Baaaaaccckkkk scratcher!" voice?
 
2012-11-29 02:54:46 PM
That's a dirty lie! He was doing fine and steaming right along until the rest of the team got squeezed by the competition...
 
2012-11-29 03:00:17 PM
Selanne: He sucked last year. This is his second straight year of being atrocious. How many more years do we have to give him? Jim Harbaugh gave Smith 1 game and he was out due to a concussion. What's Alex's excuse? He just sucks.

asmodeus224: I dunno, you tell me. Whatever is going on, you suck now and you sucked last year. You look lost and confused and scared and just, out of your league. You could be a good QB on a bad team, but it looks more like you are a bad QB on a bad team. Maybe your initial success was a fluke? It happens.

The Jets were 8-5 and then 1/2 the NFC East put up 800 yards of offense on them. Was Mark Sanchez playing defense when the Eagles hung 50 on them or when the defense gave up a 95 yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz? If so, I agree he's really bad at pass coverage. Was the Giants defense better than him? Yes. They also won the Super Bowl.

You will not do better than Sanchez in the draft or in free agency. You need a coordinator that is not an idiot and a coach and front office who aren't actively trying to make him look terrible.
 
2012-11-29 03:06:17 PM

Daniels: You need a coordinator that is not an idiot and a coach and front office who aren't actively trying to make him look terrible.


Sanchize conspiracy theory?
 
2012-11-29 03:21:09 PM

Daniels: Selanne: He sucked last year. This is his second straight year of being atrocious. How many more years do we have to give him? Jim Harbaugh gave Smith 1 game and he was out due to a concussion. What's Alex's excuse? He just sucks.

asmodeus224: I dunno, you tell me. Whatever is going on, you suck now and you sucked last year. You look lost and confused and scared and just, out of your league. You could be a good QB on a bad team, but it looks more like you are a bad QB on a bad team. Maybe your initial success was a fluke? It happens.

The Jets were 8-5 and then 1/2 the NFC East put up 800 yards of offense on them. Was Mark Sanchez playing defense when the Eagles hung 50 on them or when the defense gave up a 95 yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz? If so, I agree he's really bad at pass coverage. Was the Giants defense better than him? Yes. They also won the Super Bowl.

You will not do better than Sanchez in the draft or in free agency. You need a coordinator that is not an idiot and a coach and front office who aren't actively trying to make him look terrible.


The fact that he's really awful this year and last year shouldn't be allowed to overshadow the fact that he was bad his first two years too.
 
2012-11-29 03:36:52 PM

Civchic: Am I the only one who reads "Butt Fumble" in Peter Griffins "Back scratcherrrrrr! Baaaaaccckkkk scratcher!" voice?


No.

Also, I'm so glad the Browns traded down with this pick. They got an all-pro center instead.
 
2012-11-29 03:48:18 PM

asmodeus224: Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?

Hey Mark

I dunno, you tell me. Whatever is going on, you suck now and you sucked last year. You look lost and confused and scared and just, out of your league. You could be a good QB on a bad team, but it looks more like you are a bad QB on a bad team. Maybe your initial success was a fluke? It happens.

Stay off the intenet and practice mechanics some more, ok, Mark?

/maybe you are Mark's mom, let me just say, ma'am, you could probably throw better.


Maybe not throw better but hold on to balls better when running into butts.
 
2012-11-29 03:48:23 PM

Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?


With the defense and running game the Jets had during their run to back-to-back AFC Championship games, they should have won two Super Bowls. If that team had Rodgers/Brees/Brady/Manning it might have gone undefeated. Instead they squeaked into the playoffs. A lot of that is on Sanchez.
 
2012-11-29 03:52:26 PM
ShadezofDis: Sanchize conspiracy theory?

No. Terrible owner who thinks he needs to win Post headlines from the Giants in August and a HC who refuses to fire a terrible OC.

It makes no difference to me. I just find it astounding how many Jets fans want to blow the team up and start over every 4-5 seasons, thus assuring themselves they'll never be good.
 
2012-11-29 04:18:58 PM

Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?


Give Manning (either of them), Brees, Brady, Rogers, or hell even Kaepernick those mediocre receivers and they would have doubled the TD's and yards completed as Sanchez has, and probably 3-4 more wins by this point in the season.
 
2012-11-29 04:41:50 PM
Does anyone have a good hi-res picture of the butt fumble. I'm going to print it out and frame it as a gift for a friend.
 
2012-11-29 04:41:56 PM
BUT HE LED THE JETS TO TWO CONSECUTIVE AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES! TWO TIMES!
 
2012-11-29 05:01:46 PM

Baelz:
Give Manning (either of them), Brees, Brady, Rogers, or hell even Kaepernick those mediocre receivers and they would have doubled the TD's and yards completed as Sanchez has, and probably 3-4 more wins by this point in the season.


You mean to say the top 5 QBs in the league would have more success than Sanchez? Fascinating. Perhaps you should contribute to ESPN with all of your insight.
 
2012-11-29 05:07:11 PM
I'm more intrigued by the article a few over to the right:

First paragraph: "Kobe Bryant had 40 points tonight in the Los Angeles Lakers loss to the Indiana Pacers. The rest of his so called high scoring and superstar teammates combined for 37 points as the Lakers lost 70-77. This is hilarious."

To score more than the other team and STILL lose? That IS hilarious!
 
2012-11-29 05:55:46 PM

NotEric: Baelz:
Give Manning (either of them), Brees, Brady, Rogers, or hell even Kaepernick those mediocre receivers and they would have doubled the TD's and yards completed as Sanchez has, and probably 3-4 more wins by this point in the season.

You mean to say the top 5 QBs in the league would have more success than Sanchez? Fascinating. Perhaps you should contribute to ESPN with all of your insight.


I'd take Cutler, Romo, Flacco, Palmer, Stafford, Rivers, Schaub, Hasselbeck, Smith, or Freeman over him.

I would not take Vick, Fitzpatrick, Kolb, or Cassel.

He is a bottom tier QB that didn't work out, it happens.


//For these lists I did not consider anyone who has won a Super Bowl or has not been in the league as long as Sanchez. There I would take any of them that meet either of those criteria over Sanchez.
 
2012-11-29 06:31:45 PM
I don't care for the NY Jets or Mark Sanchez much -- did please me he got the one season to raise a middle finger to Pete Carroll.

I don't care for the Denver Broncos, and I absolutely hate Peyton Manning.

But I've rooted for both Manning and Sanchez for one reason only this year: to keep us from drowning in ESPN-fueled Tim Tebow fanaticism.

Mission so-far accomplished.

/and yeah, Tebow got hurt, allegedly
 
2012-11-29 07:10:21 PM

tommyl66: Daniels: Was Sanchez a bust when he was winning road playoff games? Or did he just become a bust this year when the Jets have no running game or higher than mediocre receivers?

In a vacuum, no, he wasn't a bust when the Jets were succeeding. He was managing the game, not making huge mistakes, letting the running backs and defense carry the load, and throwing the occasional pass when the D had 15 men in the box. He wasn't a bust in that he wasn't causing problems that led to his team's losses.

But when you're talking about a top 5 draft pick being asked to be nothing more than a game manager then yes, he has been a bust the whole time. Being drafted that high means you should be a cornerstone of your team, not an albatross that needs to be omitted from your own game plan because you are such a liability. You can make the case for a guy having growing pains or needing to be eased into the pro game, but at some point you just have to say the kid doesn't know a post route from a post office and you've wasted a huge chunk of time and money on an abject failure.


Look at how quickly rg3 and luck have adapted to the pros - and in systems that had horrid qb play last year.
 
2012-11-29 07:12:16 PM
Ryan may not be willing to bench Sanchez, but at least the Jets don't have Chan Gailey, who kept CJ spiller on the sidelines for the last 13 minutes of a close game when he was the most dangerous player on either team. No wonder Gailey is 14-29.
 
2012-11-29 07:54:56 PM

Practical_Draconian: /and yeah, Tebow got hurt, allegedly


Yea, its bullshiat.

If he COULD be hurt, he'd just heal himself. Duh.
 
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