Mark Sanchez had one of the worst starts of his career in Sunday's loss, completing only 11-of-35 passes for 119 yards while watching the Ravens take two lost fumbles and an interception to the house. His 30.5 quarterback rating was his third worst in 35 career starts. Sanchez was sacked by Ed Reed on New York's first play from scrimmage, losing a fumble that Jameel McClain would return for a six-yard touchdown. The miscue set the tone for the entire evening, as Sanchez found himself under constant duress behind an offensive line again missing C Nick Mangold. He appeared to grow gun shy in the second half, with his interception being a rushed throw to Santonio Holmes. Ravens CB Lardarius Webb jumped the route, taking the pick 73 yards for a touchdown. The good news for Sanchez is that Mangold should return in Week 5, where the Jets will be taking on New England's abysmal pass defense and pass rush. He'll enter the game on pace to throw for 4,020 yards, 24 touchdowns and 20 interceptions. Needless to say, it doesn't appear he'll be making the jump to QB1 status in 2011.
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