Mark Sanchez, QB, Cowboys
2016 Outlook: Gamble (high risk)Last updated on Aug-04-2016 by Shawn Childs
I can just see the Broncos' fans lining up to buy their next Mark Sanchez jersey. Over six seasons in the NFL, Sanchez at least has a winning record (37-35). His completion rate (56.7) has been short in his career while being much stronger in his 13 games over the last two seasons with the Eagles (64.3). Mark has yet to gain separation in TDs (86) from his high volume of Ints (84). For the most part, he's been limited in his ability to make plays downfield leading to a low average in his yards per pass attempt (6.7) while flashing upside in 2014 Philly (7.8). Last year Denver's QBs attempted 603 passes for 4226 yards and 19 TDs. His success and upside look to be tied to his top two WRs with no real impact option at TE. Mark will have job loss risk if he struggles and there is always the chance the Broncos added a competitive option at QB. At best, Sanchez will offer league average value at QB while delivering a couple of games with upside.
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