4 Areas Where Mark Sanchez Must Improve for Jets to Have a Chance 2012

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4 Areas Where Mark Sanchez Must Improve for Jets to Have a Chance 2012
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Mark Sanchez has all the tools to be an elite quarterback in the NFL. But the 25-year-old has yet to establish himself as one of the league's top signal-callers after three indifferent seasons.

Sanchez was able to lead the New York Jets to the AFC Championship Game in each of his fist two seasons but after an 8-8 regular season in 2011 questions surrounded his job security for 2012. The Jets contemplated a pursuit of free agent quarterback Peyton Manning, but instead decided to lock Sanchez up with a three-year extension that will keep him in New York through 2016.

Now, with Tim Tebow added to the roster, the pressure is on Sanchez to perform in 2012. There are four specific areas in which he needs to improve immediately if he wants to raise the Jets back up to contender status this season.

The following is a breakdown of exactly what the USC product must improve upon in 2012.

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