So the Jets go into camp with a QB Controversey, but is there really one? Many people think it’s over before it begins saying that Mark Sanchez is going to ride the pine and the Jets drafted Rookie Geno Smith so he can start immediately. Is that really true though?
“We don’t care what the prevailing thought is, we only care about our competition here. Common sense tells you that you hope it’s quick, but this is going to be a full-blown competition. Period.”
Marty MornhinwegQB Competition
“Look, it’s only an OTA practice, it’s a new offense, there’s a learning curve.”
Rex Ryanon how his two QB's performed so far in OTAs
On whether the Geno Smith and Mark Sanchez getting the majority of the reps is an indication that the quarterback competition is a two-man race…
Again, there’s going to be competition. Each day would vary as far as what you’re putting in. You can probably say the same thing about any other position with a third group. I think the numbers were probably dispersed fairly evenly to that as well.
“I’m shaking the rust off a little bit. Getting back into the swing of things, especially with a lot of young guys.”
Mark Sanchezon the three Interceptions he threw in OTAs
Offensive Coordinator, Marty Mornhinweg, was unavailable to explain himself to the media after the game Sunday, but Yahoo sports have reached out this morning and here are some quotes from the Jets' OC.
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