Mark Sanchez was horrendous for the first 55 minutes of Sunday's game, but he managed to turn it on in crunch time.
The fourth-year signal-caller struggled mightily against an underrated Dolphins defense, tossing two interceptions and completing under 50 percent of his passes.
One of Sanchez's interceptions came in the red zone late in the game, and it almost cost New York the contest.
However, the USC product was tremendous in the final few minutes. He completed a couple huge passes to Santonio Holmes late, including a 38-yarder that set New York up in field-goal range in overtime.
Sunday was a perfect reflection of Sanchez's time in Gotham.
Horrendous one moment, terrific the next.