Backed up byáa solid running game and rock-solid defense in Week One, he earned his first NFL win against the Houston Texans. Again bolstered by a highly efficient defense in Week Two, he outdueled a still recovering Tom Brady to triumph over the New England Patriots. Folks, know one thing: Mark Sanchez is gonna be goodùreal good. In interviews, he is unflappable. He is also confident, happy to be where he is, aware of the magnitude of the opportunity, and determined to make the most of it. And he is bringing that attitude, that will to succeed, into Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans. Tennessee sit at 0-2 coming into the game, and they don't appear to have gotten a grasp on just what their problem is. Identified before the seasonáby pundits across the nation as a team likely to ...
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