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    Mark Sanchez benched for Trevor Siemian after INT


    7 hours ago

    •by Rachel Wold
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    SPORTSNAUT
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    The Denver Broncos announced that they would hold a quarterback competition that consisted of Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian and rookie Paxton Lynch receiving equal reps during training camp.

    Well, it did not take long for Sanchez to slip into his old ways, and for that, he got benched.

    Yes. An interception sent Sanchez to the bench while Siemian got called in to practice with the first team.

    Sanchez has been looking for a team to call home since his release by the New York Jets in 2012. The Philadelphia Eagles opted not to re-sign the embattled quarterback earlier during free agency and the Broncos took a flyer on him.

    Now it would appear he is already in the doghouse.

    The benching comes on the heels of Sanchez making it clear he feels his newest opportunity is a “gift-wrapped opportunity from heaven.”
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    “This is like a gift-wrapped opportunity from heaven,” Sanchez said, per Michael Silver of NFL.com. “As soon as it arrived, I told myself, ‘Take advantage of things. Assert yourself. Be the guy you know you can be. Win the job. And then go win some games, which is the most important thing of all.’ “
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    It looks to be a long season for Sanchez and the Broncos.
    - Go Broncos 2017 and Beyond! -

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    Then , he got put back in for the last reps.

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    Sanchez back in for last first team rep that team session -
    overthrew DT who was draped by Roby #9newd
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    • #3
      Andrew Mason's Day 2 Report:

      "...Chris Harris Jr. had a diving interception of Sanchez for the defense's only pickoff of the day during the seven-on-seven or team periods. The interception probably would not have happened in game conditions, because Shaquil Barrett burst around the right flank and got to Sanchez, but pulled up, allowing Sanchez to roll to the left. Sanchez threw toward Emmanuel Sanders, but the pass was short.

      ... Kubiak opted to split the team onto two fields for the seven-on-seven periods. Sanchez and Lynch split the repetitions on the south field, while Paxton Lynch got all the snaps on the north field, giving him twice as many throws. It also doubled the work in the period for the third team, giving extra chances for newcomers like WR Marlon Brown, TE John Phillips and others."

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      • #4
        Originally posted by PAINTERDAVE View Post
        Then , he got put back in for the last reps.

        Mike Klis Verified account 
        ‏@MikeKlis
        Sanchez back in for last first team rep that team session -
        overthrew DT who was draped by Roby #9newd
        Per Andrew Mason:

        "...It's just two days into training camp, and we've already seen what appears likely to be the catch of the year: WR Jordan Taylor's turning, one-handed grab near the sideline on a deep pass from Mark Sanchez during the one-on-one period."

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        • #5
          Originally posted by PAINTERDAVE View Post
          Mark Sanchez benched for Trevor Siemian after INT


          7 hours ago

          •by Rachel Wold
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          SPORTSNAUT
          -
          The Denver Broncos announced that they would hold a quarterback competition that consisted of Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian and rookie Paxton Lynch receiving equal reps during training camp.

          Well, it did not take long for Sanchez to slip into his old ways, and for that, he got benched.

          Yes. An interception sent Sanchez to the bench while Siemian got called in to practice with the first team.

          Sanchez has been looking for a team to call home since his release by the New York Jets in 2012. The Philadelphia Eagles opted not to re-sign the embattled quarterback earlier during free agency and the Broncos took a flyer on him.

          Now it would appear he is already in the doghouse.

          The benching comes on the heels of Sanchez making it clear he feels his newest opportunity is a “gift-wrapped opportunity from heaven.”
          -
          “This is like a gift-wrapped opportunity from heaven,” Sanchez said, per Michael Silver of NFL.com. “As soon as it arrived, I told myself, ‘Take advantage of things. Assert yourself. Be the guy you know you can be. Win the job. And then go win some games, which is the most important thing of all.’ “
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          It looks to be a long season for Sanchez and the Broncos.
          Her story is a ridiculous over reaction. He wasn't and isn't in the doghouse and he wasn't benched.



          This is a more complete story of Sanchez's day.

          Broncos Mobile: Broncos Training Camp Takeaways: Day 2
          http://yi.nzc.am/d0QhBj

          AN EXAMPLE OF MARK SANCHEZ'S LEADERSHIP.

          Late in the second team period, Sanchez found Bennie Fowler down the seam to the right side in the kind of pass that quickly gets forgotten amid the hundreds that are thrown every day during a training-camp practice.

          Fowler did what a receiving target is supposed to do; he "finished," as in he ran all the way to the end zone, even though the play is dead and a quarterback typically is turning back to his position coach for pointers. Usually, the receiver runs to the goal line, turns around and jogs back by himself.

          But this time was different, because Sanchez ran 70 yards downfield to greet Fowler and give him a high-five just after he crossed the goal line.

          The day was not perfect for Sanchez. He struggled early, throwing an interception to Chris Harris Jr. after being flushed out of the pocket by Shaquil Barrett.

          But he also fired the deep pass in one-on-one work that Taylor turned into a highlight-reel grab, and closed the day strongly, completing six of his final eight passes in team and seven-on-seven periods, and he ran the first-team offense during the final seven-on-seven segment, completing passes to C.J. Anderson, Demaryius Thomas and Jordan Norwood.

          "Mark has practiced really well for a couple of days," Head Coach Gary Kubiak said.
          Last edited by broncoslover115; 07-29-2016, 05:42 PM.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
            Her story is a ridiculous over reaction. He wasn't and isn't in the doghouse and he wasn't benched.

            Exactly. She either has an agenda or looking for clicks.

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            • #7
              If he was in a game he wouldn't have thrown the INT ... he would have grass in his face mask from Shaq sacking him.
              sigpic

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              • #8
                Originally posted by brianmcfarlane View Post
                If he was in a game he wouldn't have thrown the INT ... he would have grass in his face mask from Shaq sacking him.
                Thus the turf crew is happy to have turf to fix. :thumb:

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by PAINTERDAVE View Post
                  Mark Sanchez benched for Trevor Siemian after INT


                  7 hours ago

                  •by Rachel Wold
                  -
                  SPORTSNAUT
                  -
                  The Denver Broncos announced that they would hold a quarterback competition that consisted of Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian and rookie Paxton Lynch receiving equal reps during training camp.

                  Well, it did not take long for Sanchez to slip into his old ways, and for that, he got benched.

                  Yes. An interception sent Sanchez to the bench while Siemian got called in to practice with the first team.

                  Sanchez has been looking for a team to call home since his release by the New York Jets in 2012. The Philadelphia Eagles opted not to re-sign the embattled quarterback earlier during free agency and the Broncos took a flyer on him.

                  Now it would appear he is already in the doghouse.

                  The benching comes on the heels of Sanchez making it clear he feels his newest opportunity is a “gift-wrapped opportunity from heaven.”
                  -
                  “This is like a gift-wrapped opportunity from heaven,” Sanchez said, per Michael Silver of NFL.com. “As soon as it arrived, I told myself, ‘Take advantage of things. Assert yourself. Be the guy you know you can be. Win the job. And then go win some games, which is the most important thing of all.’ “
                  -
                  It looks to be a long season for Sanchez and the Broncos.
                  And just like that the season is over...Not!
                  [sigpic

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by PAINTERDAVE View Post
                    Mark Sanchez benched for Trevor Siemian after INT


                    7 hours ago

                    •by Rachel Wold
                    -
                    SPORTSNAUT
                    -
                    The Denver Broncos announced that they would hold a quarterback competition that consisted of Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian and rookie Paxton Lynch receiving equal reps during training camp.

                    Well, it did not take long for Sanchez to slip into his old ways, and for that, he got benched.

                    Yes. An interception sent Sanchez to the bench while Siemian got called in to practice with the first team.

                    Sanchez has been looking for a team to call home since his release by the New York Jets in 2012. The Philadelphia Eagles opted not to re-sign the embattled quarterback earlier during free agency and the Broncos took a flyer on him.

                    Now it would appear he is already in the doghouse.

                    The benching comes on the heels of Sanchez making it clear he feels his newest opportunity is a “gift-wrapped opportunity from heaven.”
                    -
                    “This is like a gift-wrapped opportunity from heaven,” Sanchez said, per Michael Silver of NFL.com. “As soon as it arrived, I told myself, ‘Take advantage of things. Assert yourself. Be the guy you know you can be. Win the job. And then go win some games, which is the most important thing of all.’ “
                    -
                    It looks to be a long season for Sanchez and the Broncos.
                    Did Rachel have a copy of the practice plan and was she counting reps?
                    "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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                    • #11
                      One interception in the past two days against the leagues best defense, more specifically the best secondary in the NFL?

                      I'm not complaining. The "great" Tom Brady threw two in the same game not too long ago.

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                      • #12
                        Sanchez looked really down from the "benching"...

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
                          Her story is a ridiculous over reaction. He wasn't and isn't in the doghouse and he wasn't benched.

                          Thanks for the clarification. The original story smelled of hyperbole.
                          Superbowl 50 Champions!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
                            Thanks for the clarification. The original story smelled of hyperbole.
                            Reporter would be a good fit for Patriots camp. I've recommended reassignment.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by osfantaztic View Post
                              Reporter would be a good fit for Patriots camp. I've recommended reassignment.
                              I wish she could take Kiszla with her too. His articles on Denver Post aggravate me
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