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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBallhawk View Post
    Lets hope not. Hes gonna destroy us
    You got that right

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBallhawk View Post
    Awesome. Now get the **** out of New York, you're not part of this team/organization anymore thank god. Enjoy the 10 mil. you're gonna get for doing nothing you sucker
    Be nice or be gone.

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    I wouldn't say that Mark Sanchez is a 'class act', but he seems like a good guy, albeit a little immature to be franchise NFL QB. I held out hope for him to get it together longer than a lot of people around these parts, but his meltdown down the stretch in 2012 was horrific and proved he needed to move on. I wish him luck wherever he lands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuler82 View Post
    I wouldn't say that Mark Sanchez is a 'class act', but he seems like a good guy, albeit a little immature to be franchise NFL QB. I held out hope for him to get it together longer than a lot of people around these parts, but his meltdown down the stretch in 2012 was horrific and proved he needed to move on. I wish him luck wherever he lands.
    M shown nothing but class on and off the field through both good and bad times during time here.

    There are plenty of knocks on Mark, none of which involve his attitude or behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuler82 View Post
    I wouldn't say that Mark Sanchez is a 'class act', but he seems like a good guy, albeit a little immature to be franchise NFL QB. I held out hope for him to get it together longer than a lot of people around these parts, but his meltdown down the stretch in 2012 was horrific and proved he needed to move on. I wish him luck wherever he lands.
    I think Sanchez lost his confidence and it started in 2011 in the 34-17 loss to the Ravens IMO..

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    Classy move by a classy guy. Best of luck to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurkJetFan View Post
    M shown nothing but class on and off the field through both good and bad times during time here.

    There are plenty of knocks on Mark, none of which involve his attitude or behavior.
    I remember a guy who pouted on the field and sidelines when things weren't going well. A guy who never shouldered the blame for his mistakes in post game press conferences. A guy who, if Collision Low Crossers is to be believed, acted more like a 12 year old kid during camp than an NFL QB. That's not even mentioning his questionable off the field (underage, any one?) or on the field (hot dog?) antics..

    Like I said, I like Mark and I think he's a good guy. 'Class' I guess means something different for some people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    During the 2010 season, after the Jets' stretch of bad losses, Sanchez visited the boy's house out of the blue and hung out with him for hours. The boy's father traveled to Pitt and, I believe, stayed at the team hotel for the AFC Championship Game. Sanchez hugged the father before the game.

    Say what you want about Sanchez's on-field play, he's a class act as a person.
    agreed. i remember this story from a few years ago. we had just had our first child and it really hit me.

    i wish he was able to make it here. i will be rooting for him as long as he doesn't play the Jets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuler82 View Post
    I remember a guy who pouted on the field and sidelines when things weren't going well. A guy who never shouldered the blame for his mistakes in post game press conferences. A guy who, if Collision Low Crossers is to be believed, acted more like a 12 year old kid during camp than an NFL QB. That's not even mentioning his questionable off the field (underage, any one?) or on the field (hot dog?) antics..

    Like I said, I like Mark and I think he's a good guy. 'Class' I guess means something different for some people.
    You can be classy and not like the game of football like you know who..

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    I tweeted at Mark thanking him for being a class act and wishing him well in the future.

    I never had a problem with him outside of his play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuler82 View Post
    I remember a guy who pouted on the field and sidelines when things weren't going well. A guy who never shouldered the blame for his mistakes in post game press conferences. A guy who, if Collision Low Crossers is to be believed, acted more like a 12 year old kid during camp than an NFL QB. That's not even mentioning his questionable off the field (underage, any one?) or on the field (hot dog?) antics..

    Like I said, I like Mark and I think he's a good guy. 'Class' I guess means something different for some people.
    I remember a guy who held his own camp every year, made huge contributions to a dying child, never threw his teammates under the bus, and always presed himself well. He put the blame for mistakes on the offense as a whole including him. Which is true.

    End of the day, you can say anything you want about Mark Sanchez's play, most of which I'll agree with But he really acted like a pro off the field. Did he have a couple of minor (zing) incidents? Sure, but I don't think they were all that serious at all. Overall, he was a class act.

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    Good guy, had some talent, too bad he never played with a real OC here and had no WRs after the '11 season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First DOWN! View Post
    I just hope he doesn't sign with any of the teams within the division.
    Uh, that would be a true blessing. The guy sucks. Plain and simple. Nice guy, totally sucks as a QB. PLEASE go to Miami!

    Also, 100% with Schuler82
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    Ya gotta love a guy who wipes a booger on Mark Brunell during a game in very cold weather. And who bangs Kate Upton.

    Good luck Mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    Ya gotta love a guy who wipes a booger on Mark Brunell during a game in very cold weather. And who bangs Kate Upton.

    Good luck Mark.
    And makes an embarrassment of your franchise, eating hot dogs on the sideline, then throwing pick, after pick, after pick, after pick, shaking his ass on youtube... And then taking it so seriously he shows up in some god awful headband after his replacement is drafted to bring, yet more shame to the team.

    Nice guy, TOTAL GOOFBALL, that is not class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post


    Class act. Not a fan of his play, but I very much enjoy his professionalism and character.
    Classy move. Thanks for the memories! Sucks it didnt work out here for him....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuler82 View Post
    I remember a guy who pouted on the field and sidelines when things weren't going well. A guy who never shouldered the blame for his mistakes in post game press conferences. A guy who, if Collision Low Crossers is to be believed, acted more like a 12 year old kid during camp than an NFL QB. That's not even mentioning his questionable off the field (underage, any one?) or on the field (hot dog?) antics..

    Like I said, I like Mark and I think he's a good guy. 'Class' I guess means something different for some people.
    when was the last time you got some? yea, some *****. Guy eats a hot dog and all of a sudden he has low character?

  18. #58

    Sanchez pens letter to the Jets and fans

    Quote Originally Posted by DaBallhawk View Post
    Lets hope not. Hes gonna destroy us
    There isn't a single DC in the league that fears mark Sanchez. Unless, of course, they are worried about getting out- buttfumbled on the field.


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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    Ya gotta love a guy who wipes a booger on Mark Brunell during a game in very cold weather. And who bangs Kate Upton.

    Good luck Mark.
    Is there any proof whatsoever he had anything going on with Kate upton?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy Wiseau_1 View Post
    Is there any proof whatsoever he had anything going on with Kate upton?
    Only the 6-7 min porn vid.

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