Mark Sanchez, QB, Broncos
|QB - #31||285.21||DEN||Probable||7 years||29||6'2||225||@Mark_Sanchez|
2015 Outlook: Deep-league OnlyLast updated on Dec-03-2015 by Shawn Childs
Week 13 DFS Update (12/3): Sanchez has been unimpressive in his last two games (460 yards and four TDs) as the starter for the Eagles. It appears Bradford will return to the starting lineup vs. the Patriots so he has no value this week.
UPDATE (11/20): With Sam Bradford sidelined, Sanchez is a solid fill-in QB2. If the matchup is right, Sanchez could be worth a look. He's worth a roster spot in 2QB leagues, but may be better left on the waiver wire.
In relief of the injured Nick Foles last season, Sanchez went 4-4 while completing a career high 64.1 percent of his passes. Mark threw for 300-plus yards in four of his eight starts and fewer than two TDs only twice. His arm has value, but Sanchez tends to make too many mistakes; he committed 14 turnovers in those eight games. Mark is 37-33 in his career with 82 TDs and 80 INTs. With a year in this system, Sanchez should be improved, and the team's rebuilt backfield will take the pressure off the passing game in the red zone. His overall game is below Bradford's, but Sanchez's dependable health may lead to him getting the first crack at the starting job. He must limit the mistakes if he wants to have long-term value. Mark is worth a flier as Philly will throw a high volume of passes.
Philadelphia Eagles QB Mark Sanchez
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