Jets Need to Bench Sanchez

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NASHVILLE — Good riddance to Mark Sanchez and the Jets.

Mercifully, they won’t be in the playoffs, and in truth, they don’t belong anywhere near the playoffs, and Sanchez should be replaced by Greg McElroy — or even Tim Tebow — immediately.

With nothing to play for now, it is time to CAN ’chez for the last two games of this circus season.

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