Sanchez is "lazy"? Well, duh


Sanchez is "lazy"? Well, duh

By Justin Aucoin

The published a story thats only adding to the smoke and ruins that is the New York Jets franchise. Apparently, some players arent too fond of how Mark Sanchez has been babied over the past few years.

We have to bring in another quarterback that will make him work at practice, said one anonymous player. Hes lazy and content because he knows hes not going to be benched.
Ouch. Brutal.

First Santonio Holmes was grilled by teammates for giving up and quitting on the team and now more Jets players are ripping Sanchez a new one for being lazy and content.

Like weve said before, you gotta look into the Jets culture for the real issue. If Sanchez is lazy and content you have to look at where hes learning it from.

Nothing like a human blob yelling at you to run faster to really get you motivated.

The answer to their problems? Peyton Manning, apparently.

Holy smokes, New England fans. Imagine seeing that face in a Jets jersey?

I mean, that has to be a Patriots fans schadenfreude wet dream, right? Manning and the Jets losing in the same game?

Daily News is already peeing themselves in excitement at the thought of Manning joining.

Whoa there, fellas. In Boston we all know what happens when you deem a team as such.

Has to be worse when theres no signings, right? Hell, the playoffs are still happening and the Daily News already wants to give the Jets the 2013 Super Bowl.

Really, maybe calling Sanchez lazy is a bit much. I mean its not like hes doing other things other than studying plays, right?

What the hell is up with this last one?

Ok, so not so much on the play studying. Or at least not football play studying if you know what we mean. But look at those only abs. You cant get those without a lot of hard work, dehydrating yourself the day before the shoot and maybe some sweet Photoshopping skills, right?

Fine. Maybe he is a bit lazy. Guarantee hes content.

Who wouldnt be. Wait, what do you mean shes too old for him?

Too soon?

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Rask skates, expected to play tonight vs. Red Wings

Rask skates, expected to play tonight vs. Red Wings

BRIGHTON, Mass – The Bruins held an optional morning skate on Tuesday morning at Warrior Ice Arena with little more than a handful of B’s players skating, but the most important player to Boston success, Tuukka Rask, was taking part after missing practice on Monday.

Rask missed Monday’s practice session while getting checked out medically following his exit from Sunday’s loss to Pittsburgh due to vision issues. He said on Tuesday that it was all related to migraines that have cropped up a couple of times in his NHL career. The Bruins No. 1 netminder also said he was good to play on Tuesday night against the Red Wings with just a couple of home games left until this weekend’s All-Star break.

That was the kind of good news embattled coach Claude Julien was looking for as Boston looks to end its season-worst, four-game losing streak.

“We’ve got good news so far, so that’s nice to see,” Julien said of Rask, who has started 13 of Boston’s past 14 games dating to a Dec. 27 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets. “Obviously it was because of the migraines, so hopefully we won’t see much more of that.”

In other Black and Gold health news, both Colin Miller and Kevan Miller have been cleared to play, and are expected to rejoin the B’s lineup with John-Michael Liles and Joe Morrow headed for healthy scratches. Here are the projected Bruins line combos and D-pairings as the Red Wings arrive for a divisional tilt after a shootout loss for Boston last week at Joe Louis Arena:







K. Miller-C. Miller