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Look what Mark Sanchez can do with a little bit of help

By Steve SerbyNovember 3, 2014 | 10:30am


Look what Mark Sanchez can do with a little bit of help


Eagles can't stop raving about Mark Sanchez


They might be calling him Señor Savior in Philadelphia.


Mark Sanchez doesn’t have to worry about Tony Sparano sending Tim Tebow in to run the wildcat. He doesn’t have to worry about playing garbage time in the Snoopy Bowl. He doesn’t have to worry about throwing the ball to Stephen Hill. He doesn’t have to hear “Buttfumble” taunts from the stands.


There is, after all, a division title to win.


And he might have to win it for the Eagles.


Nick Foles went out with a broken collarbone Sunday and Señor Savior — the artist formerly known as Sanchize — saved the 6-2 Eagles in Houston.


Sanchez came off the bench in the second quarter to throw a pair of TD passes — one of the two interceptions was not his fault — and engineered a clutch 15-play, 80-yard, fourth-quarter TD drive that consumed more than eight minutes.


Sanchez sealed his own fate in New York with his 52 turnovers in his last two seasons as a Jet. But he will have a chance to state his case now. He didn’t get to throw the ball to Jeremy Maclin in New York. He didn’t get to hand off to LeSean McCoy. He didn’t play for a brilliant offensive head coach like Chip Kelly.


Rex Ryan might want to keep that tattoo. Sanchez will be in hot demand on the free-agent market after the season. Good for him.


All the rookie WRs the Jets don’t have


Yes, Jets GM John Idzik recently added a talented playmaker in Percy Harvin — too late for Rex Ryan, too late for Geno Smith, too late to save the season.


There was an abundance of wide receivers in the draft who could have helped the Jets, but Idzik drafted Jalen Saunders (already an ex-Jet) and Shaq Evans (on IR) in the fourth round and Quincy Enunwa (practice squad) in the sixth round.


Now read this and weep, Jets fans — a list of rookie wide receivers making an impact this season:


Sammy Watkins (Bills): 38 catches, 590 yards, five TDs


Mike Evans (Bucs): 32 catches, 460 yards, four TDs


Odell Beckham Jr. (Giants): 10 catches, 106 yards, three TDs


Kelvin Benjamin (Panthers): 40 catches, 589 yards, five TDs


Brandin Cooks (Saints): 43 catches, 470 yards, two TDs


Jordan Matthews (Eagles):32 catches, 313 yards, three TDs


Donte Moncrief (Colts): 16 catches, 216 yards, one TD


John Brown (Cardinals): 24 catches, 326 yards, four TDs


Allen Robinson (Jaguars): 43 catches, 488 yards, two TDs


Jarvis Landry (Dolphins): 30 catches, 301 yards, three TDs


Martavis Bryant (Steelers): 10 catches, 107 yards, five TDs


Davante Adams (Packers): 24 catches, 263 yards, two TDs


…Allen Hurns (Jaguars): 29 catches, 466 yards, five TDs

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