Mark Sanchez gives new meaning to butt-fumble in home dance video
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez can't get away from butts. First there was the butt fumble, now Sanchez has shown up in a video online baring his backside to the world.
(Video courtesy of YouTube)
If you thought you'd heard your last butt-fumble joke, you'd better think again.
A video has surfaced online of Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez dancing with two girls. Dancing with two girls isn't the weird part, though. It's the fact that Sanchez shows his butt in the video.
For almost four full seconds of the 19-second clip, you can see Sanchez's bare butt.
Who dances with their bare butt out? The answer to that question used to be 'no one,' but now it's 'Mark Sanchez.'
The video at the top of the page is only a seven-second clip in which Sanchez's face is visible, but not his butt, because we don't post videos of butts here. They're not safe for work.
If you want to see Sanchez's butt, here's a link to the full video. HOWEVER, before you click it, let's make one thing clear: YOU WILL SEE Mark Sanchez's butt. There's no way around it. If looking at the bare butt of an NFL quarterback is frowned upon at work, you will not want to click this link.
This video probably won't help Sanchez win the Jets' starting job, but it might make Rex Ryan like him more because now Ryan doesn't have the most awkward video on YouTube. Foot fetish, anyone?
And, just because, here's the butt-fumble.
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