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Around the League writer Dan Hanzus is reporting that New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez has been studying the team’s new offense with retired QB Jeff Garcia for the past 2 weeks. Garcia played QB for the Jets new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg in both San Francisco and Philadelphia. When asked how Sanchez has been progressing, Garcia had the following to say: “Marty and I communicated a few weeks ago (about) what he’d like to introduce to Mark,” Garcia told Jim Corbett of USA Today. “Mark is definitely getting more comfortable speaking the West Coast terminology. He had a brief glimpse of the West Coast system at USC.” “The toughest thing is this will be Mark’s third offensive coordinator in six seasons. The guy has had to learn a new system just about every other year. From a consistency standpoint, that just doesn’t translate to success in the NFL. You really need to be secure in what you’re doing mentally in order to compete at the highest level.” It seems like Sanchez has his heart in the right place. He’s trying to improve, and he’s gonna need to if he hopes to remain a starting quarterback in the NFL. (Photo via 44thandGoal.Blogspot.com)
Around the League writer Dan Hanzus is reporting that New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez has been studying the team’s new offense with retired QB Jeff Garcia for the past 2 weeks.

Garcia played QB for the Jets new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg in both San Francisco and Philadelphia.

When asked how Sanchez has been progressing, Garcia had the following to say:

“Marty and I communicated a few weeks ago (about) what he’d like to introduce to Mark,” Garcia told Jim Corbett of USA Today. “Mark is definitely getting more comfortable speaking the West Coast terminology. He had a brief glimpse of the West Coast system at USC.”

“The toughest thing is this will be Mark’s third offensive coordinator in six seasons. The guy has had to learn a new system just about every other year. From a consistency standpoint, that just doesn’t translate to success in the NFL. You really need to be secure in what you’re doing mentally in order to compete at the highest level.”

It seems like Sanchez has his heart in the right place. He’s trying to improve, and he’s gonna need to if he hopes to remain a starting quarterback in the NFL. (Photo via 44thandGoal.Blogspot.com)