TALE OF THE TAPE

New York Jets’ Revolving QB Door: Mark Sanchez Vs. Brady Quinn

After an unfortunate preseason injury to Jets starter Mark Sanchez, Gang Green brought in veteran journeyman Brady Quinn to round out their roster. But which of these QBs can help New York establish their position in the AFC East? Let’s go to the tape.

Mark Sanchez
Brady Quinn
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Most Embarrassing Moment
Ran into his own player’s butt and fumbled the football (butt fumble), which was subsequently returned by the rival New England Patriots for a touchdown. He, uh, still hasn’t lived that down.
Winner Gotta be be that Men's Health Celebrity Fitness photo with water raining down, right?
Greatest On-Field NFL Accomplishment?
Winner Went to back-to-back AFC Championship games. (Note that he lost both of those games because you can only ride a boring, sub-par quarterback so far)
We…we don’t know.
Gross Facial Hair?
Oh God, yes.
Winner Nope!
Naked Pictures On The Internet?
Yes. They’re gross and weird and we regret that we’ve seen them or even know of their existence.
Winner Not to our knowledge. And we don’t really want “Brady Quinn naked pics” in our Google search history, thankyouverymuch. We’ll leave this one a mystery.
Frustrates New Yorkers To No End?
On most days, yes. Even in the off season.
Winner No, but, give the young man time. He’ll make it happen.
Will Be Playing Elsewhere Next Season?
Winner Probably.
Winner Probably.

The Winner Is

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Winner Brady Quinn
5 out of 6

With a score of 5 to 2, the winner is: BRADY QUINN! But let’s be honest. just because Quinn won out this battle, he'll still be bench-warming for Geno Smith.

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