Mark Sanchez

#3 QB / Philadelphia Eagles / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 225 lb Age: 29 College: USC Bye 8,18,19,20,21

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Eagles' Mark Sanchez: Tosses two touchdowns in crushing loss

    Sanchez completed 19 of 27 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns during Thursday's crushing loss at Detroit. Sanchez was under constant pressure from the Lions' resurgent pass rush, taking nine hits and getting sacked six times, yet he only committed one turnover, a fumble, on the Eagles' first drive of the second half. Facing a deficit of 31-7 at that point, he continued to truck along and finished with a quarterback rating (116.1) that belied an uninspiring performance from the Chip Kelly-coached squad. Because Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion) is approaching a return to action, according to Albert Breer of NFL Network, Sanchez will likely serve in a reserve role in the Eagles' next tilt on Dec. 6 in New England.

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    Eagles' Mark Sanchez: Starting Thursday

    Sanchez will start Thursday's game in Detroit, Geoff Mosher of CSN Philadelphia reports. Earning his second start in a row for an inactive Sam Bradford (concussion/shoulder), Sanchez will direct the Eagles' offense against a Detroit defense that has given up multiple touchdown passes in six of 10 contests this season. However, in back-to-back appearances, Sanchez has completed 40 of 64 passes for 417 yards and two touchdowns versus four interceptions.

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    Eagles' Mark Sanchez: In line to start Thursday

    The Eagles plan to start Sanchez at QB on Thursday against the Lions, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Filling in for Sam Bradford (concussion, shoulder) in Week 11, Sanchez completed 26-of-41 passes for 261 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions in a loss to the Bucs. On Thursday, Sanchez is slated to face a Lions team that is allowing an average of 250.5 passing yards per game overall, but is coming off two straight wins, by a combined tally of 36-29.

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    Eagles' Mark Sanchez: Picked off three times against Tampa Bay

    Sanchez completed 26 of 41 passes for 261 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions in Sunday's loss against Tampa Bay. Sanchez looked great heading into the Eagles' final drive of the first half, completing 10 of 14 passes for 115 yards, two scores and no picks. From that point on however, Sanchez fell off, completing 16 of 27 passes for 146 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions. Given how the game got away from Philadelphia late in the game, it is hard to grade Sanchez accurately as he was forced to pass in difficult circumstances. Still, Sunday was not the kind of performance that will challenge Sam Bradford's position atop the depth chart. With Bradford expected back in two weeks, it isn't worth it to pick up Sanchez.

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    Eagles' Mark Sanchez: Draws Week 11 start

    With Sam Bradford officially ruled out, Sanchez will start at QB for the Eagles on Sunday against the Bucs, with Thad Lewis set to serve as his backup, NJ.com reports. With the Eagles playing again this coming Thursday against the Lions, and Bradford iffy, at best, for that contest, it looks like Sanchez will see the team's next two starts at QB. In Week 11, Sanchez represents a solid bye week or injury plug-in, while taking aim at a Tampa Bay defense that has surrendered 19 passing TDs through nine contests to date. Only the Saints and Browns have allowed more.

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    Eagles' Mark Sanchez: Makes season debut following Bradford injury

    Sanchez completed 14 of 23 passes for 156 yards and an interception after stepping in for the injured Sam Bradford in Sunday's game against the Dolphins. He also gained four yards on a pair of carries. The veteran made his season debut after Bradford left the game with a shoulder injury and a possible concussion. Unfortunately, Sanchez's lone interception came in the end zone as the Eagles attempted to take the lead in what was ultimately a one-point loss. X-rays on Bradford's shoulder came back negative, but it remains to be seen how quickly he can rebound from his head injury. Philadelphia will host the Buccaneers in Week 11, and Sanchez will likely be at the helm if Bradford is unable to go.

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    Eagles QB Sam Bradford injures shoulder, suffers concussion Week 10

    Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford was diagnosed with a shoulder injury and concussion during Sunday's loss to the Dolphins. Bradford was sacked late in the third quarter, fumbling in the process, and was visibly favoring his left, non-throwing shoulder as he walked off the field. While X-rays were returned negative, his subsequent evaluation for a concussion may be the issue that dominates his upcoming week of preparation. As long as he's sidelined, Mark Sanchez will serve as the Eagles' starting quarterback.

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    Eagles QB Sam Bradford injures left shoulder Sunday vs. Dolphins

    Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford left Sunday's game against the Dolphins due to a left shoulder injury. He was taken to the locker room for X-rays. During the third quarter, Bradford sustained the ailment on a sack and fumble. As he walked off the field, he was clearly favoring his left, non-throwing shoulder. The severity of the injury could be known in the near future, but Mark Sanchez will direct the Eagles' offense for the time being.

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Eagles' Sanchez on QB competition: 'Everybody wants to be the starter'

    The Eagles have a quarterback competition on their hands, and Mark Sanchez is making it clear he wants to be the starter, per NFL.com. "Everybody wants to be the starter and I'm no different," Sanchez said. Coach Chip Kelly has said that Sanchez and Sam Bradford will compete for the starting spot and that the best player will be behind center for the start of the season. "Everybody's in competition," Kelly said, per ESPN.com, "and the best players play." Sanchez played in nine games for the Eagles last season, passing for 2,418 yards, 14 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. Bradford missed all of last season due to an ACL tear.

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Eagles coach Chip Kelly: 'Everybody's in competition' for QB spot

    Eagles coach Chip Kelly said Sam Bradford and Mark Sanchez will actively compete for the top quarterback spot this season, per ESPN.com. "Everybody's in competition," Kelly said, "and the best players play." Sanchez played in nine games for the Eagles last season, passing for 2,418 yards, 14 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. Bradford missed all of last season due to an ACL tear.

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