#3 Mark Sanchez
 Pos: Quarterback
NFL Team: DEN
Injury: OK
 Experience: 7
College: USC
Height: 74
Weight: 225
Born: 11/11/1986
 Year  Tm  Gm  Pts  Cmp  Att  Yds  TDs  Int  Sack  Rush  Yds  TDs  Fum 
PROJDEN2120028731810311191
2014PHI901983092418141123348717
2012NYJ15024645328831318342228014
2011NYJ1630630854234742618393710368
2010NYJ1624827850732911713273010531

Summary

Quarterback Rank: #32All Players: #418
Sanchez didn't win the starting job before the season but did get a few starts because of injury. He did alright, completing 65 percent of his passes, but did have four interceptions to four touchdowns. He had a three interception game in Week 11 and had fewer than 200-passing yards two of three games. He looks more like backup material these days than a starter but will likely get first shot to start this year in Denver. Sanchez remains inconsistent in a starting role. He still forces too many passes and does a poor job of taking care of the ball. He does have a plus arm, though, and does well in pushing the ball downfield and trying to make the big play. Sanchez heads to Denver this year and likely will be the top backup for the team but could get a chance to compete for the starting job.
FANTASY OUTLOOK
Sanchez always has some touchdown potential when starting but his yardage and high turnovers make him a big weekly risk for fantasy teams. He is just too erratic to trust - even in this offense. He should be worth some spot starts, though, getting around 3,000 yards and 20 scores.

comments about Mark Sanchez

Notes

Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez (thumb) is doing just about everything the other quarterbacks are doing in organized team activities Tuesday, May 24. Sanchez isn't taking snaps under center, however.
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Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez (thumb) is hopeful he'll be able to participate when organized team activities begin next week. Sanchez is currently recovering from surgery on his left thumb and he is encouraged by the progress of the recovery.
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Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez (thumb) injured his left thumb in the weight room Thursday, May 12, and underwent surgery Saturday, May 14. He will miss a few organized team activities, according to Mike Kils of 9news.com.
Fantasy Impact: We'll keep an eye on this one but it seems that the injury isn't too serious. He should be fine for training camp and preseason action.
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Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez still views himself as a starting quarterback and believes Denver drafting QB Paxton Lynch was affirmation of his starting status. 'Absolutely, that's the message I've received,' Sanchez said. 'I'm thrilled with the opportunity.' Sanchez hasn't let Lynch or any potential trades change his focus. 'I just kind of learned with time, who knows what's going to happen and who cares? What are you supposed to do? Meet your teammates, develop a relationship with them, learn the playbook, get involved in the community, that's it, those three things.'
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Free-agent QB Brian Hoyer (Texans) is not a part of the Denver Broncos' immediate plans, as the Broncos will stick with three quarterbacks for now. The Broncos informed Hoyer Friday, April 29, that they will not be signing him. Denver will go with QB Mark Sanchez as their starter with QBs Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian competing behind him.
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The Denver Broncos seem fine with going to training camp with QB Mark Sanchez, QB Trevor Siemian and a rookie quarterback, in the opinion of The Denver Post's Cameron Wolfe.
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Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez isn't worried about the possible competition from San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick if Kaepernick is traded to the Broncos. Sanchez is focused on making the most of his opportunity and competing for the starting quarterback position. 'I will be friendly and professional with whoever is there. But I want this bad. Really bad,' Sanchez said. 'I want what [Denver] experienced last year.'
Source: USA TODAY Fantasy Sports
Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez is holding his annual passing camp Monday, April 4, Tuesday, April 5 and Wednesday, April 6 in California. He will work with Denver wide receivers, tight ends, running backs and QB Trevor Siemian.
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Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak said the Broncos are not in a rush to add another quarterback this offseason. Kubiak said QB Mark Sanchez will learn the team's offense quickly because of his familiarity with the verbiage during his days in college, and Sanchez has been at the team facility offseason since he signed. Free-agent QBs Robert Griffin III (Redskins) and Ryan Fitzpatrick (Jets) are options, as well as trading for San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick, Houston Texans QB Brian Hoyer or Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Mike Glennon.
Source: USA TODAY Fantasy Sports
Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez could flourish in Denver's system, according to head coach Gary Kubiak. 'One of the things we feel really good about is we feel good about getting Mark,' Kubiak said. 'Mark's got 60 starts in this league -- he's started two AFC Championship (games) ... we feel really good about him, how he fits. He's got some background in what we do.'
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