Mark Sanchez, Jets are still broken

Sunday may have provided a Band-Aid, but things are far from fixed for Gang Green

Updated: November 28, 2011, 6:58 PM ET
By Johnette Howard | ESPNNewYork.com

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Mark Sanchez won the game by finishing off a last-gasp drive after a personally lousy week on the hot seat, and that should count for something. But Sanchez is not a fixed quarterback and the Jets are still a broken team. All is not well just because the Jets survived a wounded Buffalo squad that was also playing Sunday to save its season. And so, though Jets coach Rex Ryan refused to appraise his team's performance so harshly, at least Sanchez -- never one to duck responsibility ...

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