Jets vs. Redskins: 4 Subtle Signs of Improvement Mark Sanchez Must Show

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Jets vs. Redskins: 4 Subtle Signs of Improvement Mark Sanchez Must Show
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Well, Mark Sanchez hit it on the head earlier this week when he said the offense needs to improve in order for the Jets to make the playoffs.  More importantly, he needs to improve.

Despite having some better statistics than he did last season, Sanchez still has plenty to work on.  He has weapons like Santonio Holmes, Plaxico Burress and Dustin Keller but cannot find a way to get them the ball instead of the defense.

As an example of Sanchez's successes and failures this season, take a look at some of the numbers.  Because of a great four-touchdown performance on Sunday against the Bills, Sanchez was able to surpass the number of touchdowns he threw last season as he has thrown 18 touchdowns thus far (he threw 17 in 2010).  Meanwhile, he is very close to surpassing the number of interceptions he threw last season as he has 11 already and the magic number is 13.

So without further ado, let's take a look at some signs of improvement Mark Sanchez must show Sunday against the Redskins.

As always, feedback is welcome.  Enjoy!

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