Questions For Jets QB Mark Sanchez

Brad Kurtzberg@@sealshockeyContributor IMay 26, 2009

FLORHAM PARK, NJ - MAY 02:  Quarterback Mark Sanchez #6 of the New York Jets throws a pass during minicamp on May 2, 2009 at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park, New Jersey.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Q: What has been your biggest adjustment from college to the pros?

Q: How did playing at a school like USC help prepare you for the NFL?

Q: What is your relationship with Kellen Clemens like?

Q: Which one of the Jets veterans has been the biggest help to you?

Q: How would you describe the offensive system run by Brian Schottenheimer? How is it similar or different from what you ran at USC?

Q: Who is your best friend on the team?

Q: What are your personal and team goals for your rookie season?

Q: How does Thomas Jones’ absence from mini-camp affect the team?

Q: How do you like New York? How does it compare to living in Los Angeles?

Q: What is the biggest strength you bring to playing QB in the NFL?

Q: What part of your game do you feel needs the most work?

Q: What has Rex Ryan said to you thus far that has made the biggest impression on you?

Q: What do you know about Joe Namath and his legacy in Jets history? Have you spoken to Namath at all?

Q: How do you respond to people who make a big fuss over the recent photographs of you?

Q: What is your favorite restaurant and night spot in New York so far?

Q: Which receiver on the team do you feel most comfortable working with thus far?

Q: How does the Jets offensive line compared to your o-line as USC?

Q: What kind of pressure goes along with being the Jets' No. 1 draft pick?

Q: Who was your favorite QB growing up? What did you admire/like about him?

Q: What are some of the differences between New York and Los Angeles as sports cities?

Q: What is your first impression of the New York media including newspapers, sports radio, and television?

Q: How important is it to you to start the season as the Jets' No. 1 quarterback?