Sanchez steadying influence on Jets

Second-year QB turns in second straight three-TD, no-pick game in victory at Miami

Updated: September 27, 2010, 11:03 AM ET
By Shaun Powell | ESPNNewYork.com

MIAMI -- It must be refreshing for the New York Jets to know that, while the mistakes have certainly piled up these past two turbulent weeks, at least Mark Sanchez has stayed cleaner than Rex Ryan's dinner plate.

Two games, no picks, two wins. Now that's a sign of steady growth and decision-making by a young quarterback bent on having a breakout season. Sanchez is looking more impressive by the throw, and those throws are landing more and more in the right places at the right times.

He ...

Read full story


You must be signed in to post a comment

Already have an account?


  • Ike Is Out
    Ike Davis has been traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates for relief pitcher Zack Thornton.
  • Role Reversal
    The Yankees' makeshift infield boosted the team and CC with a triple play.
  • Complete Control
    The Rangers dominated the Flyers in Game 1 thanks to superior stickhandling and skill.
  • Bracing For The Worst
    Mike Woodson's fate will likely be announced next week -- and he's expecting bad news.
  • You Gotta Be Kidding
    Jason Kidd bristled over speculation the Nets tanked to face the Raptors.