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Mark Sanchez: Putting a Face to the Franchise

Published by on April 26, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

The New York Jets, to put it mildly, had horrid luck with quarterbacks during the 2008 season.

Brett Favre, who, last summer,  the Jets chased like an enamored teenaged girl going after one of the Jonas Brothers, crumbled by the end of the season. 

Chad Pennington, who was unceremoniously dumped once Favre came on, went down to Miami and turned the abysmal Dolphins into AFC East champs.

Favre retired (again) and the Jets were left with Kellen Clemens—whose 2007 performance in the wake of Pennington's benching left much to be desired—Brett Ratliff and Erik Ainge.  They tried to put a good face on the situation, but no one was buying it.

Still it came somewhat as a sur...

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