Mark Sanchez is once again a NFL quarterback and Colin Kaepernick has another point for his collusion case.
When Redskins QB Alex Smith broke his leg on Sunday, everyone knew they’d be dumpster diving to find a quarterback to back up new starter Colt McCoy. There really was literally NO good option here, and I’m a little upset they didn’t sign Nathan Peterman just to make everyone (me) a little happier this holiday season.
Mark Sanchez is never the answer. If you have to resort to Mark Sanchez at any point in your season, especially in the year 2018, you’ve got to be a little concerned. Sanchez hasn’t played in an NFL game since week 17 of the 2016 season when he completed a poetic stat line of 9 of 17 passes for 85 yards and 2 picks. Just the type of play you need out of a backup QB.
This storyline is so depressing because the Redskins are currently winning the NFC East. Most other teams would be chomping at the bit at the news of the division leader losing their starting QB in November but this is the NFC East so I’m not even sure the Giants are even mathematically eliminated yet. Are the Cowboys really going to win this division? I can’t wait to find out.
On Thanksgiving we all hopefully will be blessed with plenty of food, alcohol but more importantly, the triumphant return of Mark Sanchez. It will mark the six year anniversary of the most transcendent play in modern day football.
And Mark Sanchez’s Redskins’ debut will come six years to the day of this…. pic.twitter.com/LX5jmtC3Dg— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 19, 2018
If the internet was as hot in 2012 as it was in 2018, Mark Sanchez may never have survived the buttfumble. On days when nothing is going my way and I want to give up, I just think “if Mark Sanchez can survive the buttfumble, I can survive this day”. It’s the new age Britney 2007 meme.