We'll have a little more on this coming up in the weekly review, but after re-watching the tape of the Jets 28-7 loss to Seattle it's pretty clear that Mark Sanchez shows a little frustration after getting taken out for Tim Tebow.
Sanchez had just completed a 32-yard pass to Dustin Keller in the fourth quarter with 13:07 to go. The Jets were only trailing by 14 at that point.
On the broadcast, Rich Gannon even makes a point of saying that the completion should keep Tebow on the bench for the rest of the game in order to let Sanchez get into a rhythm and bring the team downfield.
Instead, Tebow comes in and attempts a pass to Jeremy Kerley. Before the play, though, Sanchez is next to Tony Sparano and it looks like he's about to turn and say something to his offensive coordinator. Instead, he shrugs and puts his arms in the air.
Rex Ryan addressed the play during his press conference on Monday:
"We did that because we thought we were getting a certain look from Seattle, and we did get a certain (look) from Seattle that (we) thought we could do some things," Ryan said. "Whether it was a run-pass option (or another play), we liked what we were seeing and that’s why we did that."