Jun 11, 2013; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith (7) and New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) during the New York Jets minicamp session at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

Sunday Night Video: New York Jets’ QB Battle

It’s Sunday night, as we get settled in for the work week that is ahead, let’s look ahead at some video.

Instead of looking back at video tape of games, we take a look at the NY Jets quarterback battle. I know when I watch football tape, the most fun to watch is quarterback play. So, I bring it to you tonight. We take a look at some good video on the prime combatants in the QB battle. Yes, I am leaving out butt fumble, it’s called focusing on the positive people.

First, some Mark highlights:

Remember, it hasn’t been all bad.

Now, for Geno Smith:

And for all of the “Roll Tide” fans out there, some old footage on Greg McElroy:

And for those that are fans, here is some footage on Matt Simms:

A little something for everyone on Sunday night. It’s always fun to watch and analyze QB play, at least I think. One of these guys is your starting QB come week one. Enjoy.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/joe.willie.509 Joe Willie

    the preseason cant start soon enough

    • TheJetPress

      no it can not

  • matr dontelli iii

    holy crap! does simms have some protection or what?!? it seems like they’re counting to five mississippi before rushing him.

    • TheJetPress

      I thought about that too that is some off line in front of him.

  • Paul Newbold

    I still like McElroy..I know..I know!! But the kid does have an arm, is fairly accurate, and works from the pocket well. I don’t see him making the team though, he could make someone a decent back up off the wire though. Good Luck Greg!!

    • TheJetPress


  • Korwil

    Frustrating to watch Sanchez do some of those playaction rollouts so well and also throw some accurate deep balls without seeing much of that last year. I know a lot of his issues come down to consistency but Sparano did not play into his strengths at all IMO.

    Watching the Geno video makes you realize that he can definitely make all the throws it will just come down to his consistency and getting used to an NFL style offense that is much different than the spread.

    Looking forward to seeing these guys in preseason and here’s to me hoping for an Alex Smith/Colin Kaepernick type scenario where Mark can prove he is a valuable QB and get us ANOTHER draft pick through a trade.

    • TheJetPress

      agreed 1000%, Geno’s future is tied to whether he can learn a pro offense, and sparano was one of the many that screwed with Mark’s career. I was never that bother by Shotty to be honest.