Mark Sanchez: Why New York Jets Need a New QB in 2012

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Mark Sanchez: Why New York Jets Need a New QB in 2012
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There are two Mark Sanchezes—regular-season Mark Sanchez and postseason Mark Sanchez.

Regular-season Mark Sanchez makes you cringe, curse and sometimes makes you cry.

Postseason Mark Sanchez goes into Indianapolis and Foxborough in back-to-back playoff games and comes out with two victories to propel you into a second consecutive AFC Championship game.

With first place in the AFC East on the line, regular-season Sanchez connects for just 51 percent of his passes while throwing two interceptions, one returned for a TD.

Then he goes into Denver, in a must-win game, and throws another interception that is returned for a TD on his way to an abysmal 67.9 QB rating. 

If regular-season Sanchez continues to play this poorly, he's going to kill postseason Sanchez.

And that is why, along with the following other reasons, the Jets need a new QB in 2012.

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