Desperate Carolina Panthers, New York Jets Play to Stay NFL Playoff Relevant

Posted: 28th November 2009 by Nick Antonicello in NFL
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Both teams are on the hot seat with no room for error if the postseason is even a remote possibility for the New York Jets and Carolina Panthers come Sunday in the Meadowlands. Both 4-6, and both 2-3 on the road as well as at home, the Carolina-New York match-up features two struggling quarterbacks that rely on the running game to get them started. Both hope to get closer to .500 come the final gun. Jake Delhomme and rookie Mark Sanchez are probably the two worst starting quarterbacks in the NFL outside of Bruce Gradkowski of the hapless Oakland Raiders. Delhomme, who has just 8 touchdowns and 14 interceptions, is playing worse than the rookie Sanchez, who has 10 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. Delhomme has passed for 1,885 yards while Sanchez has 1,791. Both teams bring a strong run ...

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