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Jets Win After Benching Sanchez

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — After the Jets scored their only touchdown of the game Sunday, Mark Sanchez raised his arms in celebration. He could not join his teammates in the end zone because he was standing on the sideline. Sanchez was wearing a green cap. He was holding a clipboard.

He was assisting Greg McElroy.


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