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Mark Sanchez Finally Gets Benched, But Not For Tebow

I Swear Rex Ryan Has It Out For Tebow. The One Week That Tebow Isn’t Active As QB (Out From “Fractured Ribs”) Is The Same Week He Finally Realizes That Mark Sanchez Is Trash & It Just Might Be Time To Look Elsewhere. I Mean, If You Ask Me (Which You Probably Shouldn’t Because I Know Nothing) Sanchez Should Have Been Demoted Right After The Thanksgiving Game vs. The Patriots, But I Guess 10 Of 21 Passing For 97 Yards & Three Interceptions Also Raises A Red Flag. Skip Bayless Is Gonna Have A Field Day w/ This One Tomorrow Morning.

The New York Jets needed someone to save the game, and possibly their season.

Tim Tebow was unavailable, so Rex Ryan turned to third-stringer Greg McElroy, who stepped in for a struggling Mark Sanchez and energized the Jets and their fans.

McElroy threw a touchdown pass to cap his first NFL drive early in the fourth quarter, leading New York to an ugly 7-6 victory Sunday and sending the Arizona Cardinals to their eighth straight loss.

“It’s just something that I sensed, that I felt,” Ryan said. “When you’re around this game long enough, you get that feeling that, `You know what? I’ve seen enough, and it’s time to make that change.”

With Tebow inactive as he heals from two broken ribs and the Jets needing to win their last five games to even have a chance of making the playoffs, Ryan pulled Sanchez for McElroy late in the third quarter — as the crowd at MetLife Stadium cheered wildly.

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