Mark Sanchez: Why the Struggling New York Jets QB Is Still the Answer

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Mark Sanchez: Why the Struggling New York Jets QB Is Still the Answer
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Mark Sanchez? Tim Tebow? Terrell Owens?

The last name was a little dig at the New York Jets, but at this point, who is surprised Owens made a desperate plea for a job? 

At 2-3, the New York Jets currently are tied with the Buffalo Bills for second place in the AFC East. The New England Patriots lead the division with a 3-2 record. 

Many predicted this course of action would occur. Sanchez would struggle for a few games, and then Tebow would fly in and save the day. 

The Jets indeed need help, but Tebow is not the answer. 

The answer? Well, he still sits on the roster. 

He wears a No. 6 jersey and was the fifth overall selection in the 2009 NFL draft. 

Yes, I'm talking about Sanchez. Yes, this is the same guy with a 66.6 quarterback rating through five games. 

I'm not here to excuse the Jets' poor performance in 2012, but changing starting quarterbacks is not the answer. 

Here are four reasons why Sanchez is still the answer at quarterback for the New York Jets. 

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