Jets coach Rex Ryan thinks he knows one of the reasons for Mark Sanchez's woeful performance Sunday in the team's 10-6 loss to Miami. Sanchez went 17-for-44 with one interception.
"I looked at Mark's play," Ryan said Monday after watching the game film. "I sat in there and I watched the game with our offensive staff. So much of it comes down to fundamentals and technique. That's just the way it is at every position. When all else fails, you go back (to) your fundamentals and technique.
"In Mark's case, you can't be accurate with the football if you don't have proper footwork. It's hard to throw the ball when you're not set and ready to go. Some of that has to do with the pressure you're getting."
Sanchez was sacked a season-high six times by the Dolphins. (click for more...)