Tanenbaum, Johnson and Ryan Would Rather Start Clemens Over Garcia?

Posted: 9th December 2009 by Nick Antonicello in NFL
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The New York Jets announced today that rookie starter Mark Sanchez is out for this Sunday's crucial contest with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to a knee injury suffered in the win over the Buffalo Bills . Having done nothing since the December 3rdávictory in terms of auditioning a real back-up to fill the void created by the Sanchez injury, the Jets will go with second-stringer Kellen Clemens in the hopes theáteam can get to 7-6 against the lowly 1-11 Bucs. We've seen this sad act too many times before. When ex-Head Coach Eric Mangini refused to give Chad Pennington a vote of confidence, the former Jet played with a grueling high ankle sprain which saw the boo birds come out at the Meadowlannds in 2007. Mangini underminded the only Jet quarterback to the lead New York to four playoff appe ...

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