Jets' Mark Sanchez plays second fiddle to Giants' Eli Manning

Mark Sanchez, New York Jets, vs. Giants: Sanchez is as unpredictable as they come in 2011. He looks like a Super Bowl-caliber quarterback at times, but at other times he makes you shake your head in disbelief. The one consistent thing with Sanchez is

BY Ralph Vacchiano Giants defensive end Justin Tuck says the best way for Big Blue to get pressure on Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is by shutting down the running game. When the Giants look at Mark Sanchez, they see a quarterback who can be forced

By Jenny Vrentas/The Star-Ledger John O'Boyle / The Star-LedgerJets QB Mark Sanchez needed his neck stretched out on the sidelines after taking a hit from Jason Babin in Sunday's loss. Rex Ryan said quarterback Mark Sanchez received treatment today and

Mark Sanchez may have fumbled on Sunday, but he isn't fumbling in his personal life, reports the New York Post:

BY Ralph Vacchiano Giants defensive end Justin Tuck says the best way for Big Blue to get pressure on Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is by shutting down the running game. When the Giants look at Mark Sanchez, they see a quarterback who can be forced