While the stats show Mark Sanchez had a pretty good game in Week 1 (335 yards, two TDs, 88.7 passer rating), there is still plenty that the third-year quarterback needs to improve.
Sanchez turned the ball over twice, throwing one interception and losing one fumble. Even worse, both of the turnovers came in New York Jets territory.
He was inconsistent the entire night. At times he looked like a veteran quarterback, but he also looked like he was a rookie again at certain points.
The Jets might be 1-0, but Sanchez still has plenty to work on before he takes that next step as a quarterback. Here are five things he must improve on after his Week 1 performance.