Harsh words for Mark Sanchez

by Paul Raymond | Posted on Thursday, May 16th, 2013

New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has caught a lot of heat from teammates and the media over the past year, lots of it! Some has been warranted, some has not. Well now his competitors are weighing in even if they’ve never played a snap with him. Outspoken Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith jumped on Mark during a recent radio interview.

“I wouldn’t let Mark Sanchez throw me a paper bag sandwich,” Smith said on WFNZ, via the Sporting News. (ProFootballTalk)

Normally one would just say that’s a player trying to get into an opponents head but you can’t say that here. Smith plays in the opposite conference and the Panthers face the Jets only once every few years. This year does happen to be that year though.

What makes this truly harsh is this Steve Smith, he’s been playing for the Carolina Panthers. When have the Panthers had a good quarterback(sorry the jury is still deliberating on Cam Newton)? Does Smith even know what a good quarterback?

Saying he wouldn’t let Sanchez throw him a paper bag sandwich well that’s just a low blow and a huge kick in the nuts after all the quarterbacks he’s played with. Hello Jimmy Claussen, Jake Delhomme, Rodney Peete, Vinny Testaverde and Chris Weinke.

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  1. Craig says:

    Here’s one for all you Sanchez fans out there:

    A bookie paid Sanchez to throw a game…He missed! ba-dum–bum! Hey-oh!!!

  2. Rich L. says:

    Steve Smith has a lot of class….all low!

  3. clifford says:

    Look. Whether Steve Smith is a classless low life or not is beside the point. The question at hand is whether or not what he’s saying is true. The fact that he’s caught passes from a long succession of stiffs since he first began playing for the Panthers suggests to me that he knows a scrub when he sees a scrub. And based on his underwhelming performance in the NFL since he left USC, Mark Sanchez is a SCRUB…

    End,

    Clifford
    Santa Monica

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