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Ryan: We Feel Good About Mark’s Progress

Posted by Randy Lange on December 7, 2009 – 3:05 pm

Rex Ryan wasn’t promising anything for Mark Sanchez. But the Jets head coach had a positive prognosis for his rookie quarterback’s availability on Sunday at Tampa Bay.

"We’re feeling very good about where he is right now, and the doctors are, too," Ryan said on his conference call today before the players participated in a light return-to-work practice at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. "Could it take a turn and go south? Maybe it could. But right now we feel good about how he’s progressing."

Sanchez, of course, is progressing from his right knee injury suffered at the end of a third-quarter, third-down scramble against the Bills in Toronto last Thursday night. Ryan said his QB is undergoing vigorous rehabilitation to get himself ready to go at Tampa Bay against the 1-11 Buccaneers.

"He’s got a bungee cord on his ankle that he’s stretching. He’s been getting ice and stim treatments," Ryan said. "I’m not sure if he’s jogging. I know he’s doing a ton of different exercises."

So Ryan isn’t ready to declare on Monday if Sanchez will be ready to go by Sunday. But he said that if Sanchez does play, he’ll be wearing a brace on his right knee to go with the brace he already wears on his left knee. Asked if he knew of any other QBs who played wearing two braces at the same time, he pondered the question.

"I don’t know. Did Joe Namath?" he said. "I think Marino might’ve."

Ryan also said that Kellen Clemens, who came in for Sanchez to finish the 19-13 win over the Bills, should get some work with the first offense beginning with today’s practice.

"That’s what we’re going to look at even today. He’s got that time," Ryan said. "He can be with the ones today. We’ll progress it through the week. I think that’s only a smart thing to do."

Rex added his comment to those of his players on a story posted on newyorkjets.com earlier this afternoon regarding the Jets defense’s possible No. 1 overall ranking after tonight’s Ravens-Packers game, which would be the team’s highest ranking this late in the season since the end of the 1968 season, when the Jets finished No. 1 in the AFL.

"Well, it doesn’t surprise me that a Ryan helped coach that defense," Rex said about his dad, Buddy, who began his pro coaching career as Weeb Ewbank’s defensive line coach on that Super Bowl III outfit. "That’s something my dad was very proud of. I remember when Weeb hired him, he said he had to make a difference. If he felt he wasn’t making a difference, his career as a professional coach would be short. I think it lasted like 30 years."

Ryan also said being at the top of the defensive heap and also leading the league in rushing yards per game and per carry at this time of year doesn’t surprise him.

"We knew that going in it would be a lot of work but that we could have a defense that would be right up there," he said. "And then we wanted to run the football. And having those two things shows how close our football team is to really doing amazing things.

"Now we’ve found a lot of ways to lose games, close games. We’ve really been completely outplayed in the one game against New England. Other than that, we’ve been in every game all year. This team is close. We’re close to being a special football team."

New No. 6 in Practice

As Ryan promised, Sanchez did not work during today’s practice in the training complex’s fieldhouse. He soft-tossed before practice but then went inside to get treatment while Kellen Clemens and Erik Ainge ran the offense.

But there was a No. 6 in a red hands-off jersey on the field. It was being worn by CB Dwight Lowery, who sat out the Buffalo win with his ankle sprain suffered at New England. Lowery seemed to be moving well and Ryan said CB Donald Strickland (concussion) was imiproving also. The week’s first injury report won’t be issued until Wednesday.

Rooting Interests

Ryan admits to rooting against his former team, the Ravens, when they play on the Packers’ home turf tonight, since a win would put Baltimore a game up on the Jets in the AFC playoff hunt. And he also was happy to hear about the Raiders’ 27-24 comeback road stunner over Pittsburgh, which dropped to 6-6.

Did I say comeback? How about multi-comeback? There were five lead changes in the fourth-quarter, three of which put Oakland in the lead, of that game at Heinz Field. That equals the most fourth-quarter lead changes in the NFL in the last 10 seasons. It’s appropriate here only because the Jets were the losing team in two of those other back-and-forth games, including this year’s game at Miami and their 2006 home encounter with Peyton Manning’s Colts.

Here are the five games since 2000 with five fourth-quarter lead changes (home teams in CAPS):

 Year-Game Final Score Score After 3rd Qtr
 2002-1 Chiefs 40, BROWNS 39 BROWNS, 27-17
 2002-2 Bills 45, VIKINGS 39 (OT) VIKINGS, 26-23
 2006-4 Colts 31, JETS28 Tied, 14-14
 2009-5 DOLPHINS 31, Jets 27 Jets, 13-10
 2009-13 Raiders 27, STEELERS 24 STEELERS, 10-6

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58 Responses to “Ryan: We Feel Good About Mark’s Progress”

  1. By Jmarine81 on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    I think it wonderful that Mark is making progress,however we need to make sure we dont rush him back before he is ready…if we make it to the playoffs we will need him more than ever.

  2. By scjoe on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    I guess I am somewhere in between Frank and Spicer as far as MS is concerned. At times he flashes, at times he looks just awful. I was against the pick back in April, but since he is here, he is a Jet and I support him. One thing is certain, there needs so be drastic improvement in his play next season, because we all know about the politics involved, and that is not good for us fans.

  3. By TMac on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    USC 8-4 and 5-4 in the PAC-10! Sanchez would not have changed one game!
    The Jets were sold a dead horse and now they’re trying to ride it! Good job Woody!

  4. By scjoe on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    It’s not to early to start talking about team MVPs. I think we would all agree on TJ as offensive MVP and Revis as defensive MVP. But two unsung hero’s, from my point of view, are David Harris on the defensive side of the ball and Nick Mangold on the offensive side. All they do is play all pro caliber football game after game after game, and don’t seem to get to much attention.

  5. By Tom Spicer on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    I am glad he is making progress we have won 2 in a row & have a shot at the playoffs. If he does not play we are looking at 7 & 9 at best.

  6. By TMac on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    Sanchez’ biggest accomplishment? His contract ;he should get an endorsement deal from Bic or Papermate!

  7. By Frank on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    Spicer I realize you have a hard time understanding things so I will explain like I would my 7 year old.Henne and Gradkowski both have had less starts than Sanchize(not) Henne has already had 3 game winning drives this season including yesterday’s game vs. Pats.Gradkowski had a game winning drive vs. the Steelers. Your boy Sanchez has won nothing, nada, zip, zero. He outright lost at least 3 games

  8. By Frank on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    If we had AVERAGE QB play we would be 9-3 and leading the division got it Spicer.

  9. By Jeremy on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    If MS can’t go this weekend, Schotty has to find a way to get Brad Smith more involved. Clowney and Woodhead are in the same boat. This team has too many weapons that barely touch the ball. Look at the #’s and tell me these guys don’t deserve touches! Having the best Rushing Offense & Best Defense, but missing the playoffs, is like last year having the most Pro Bowlers and missing the Playoffs!

  10. By Tom Spicer on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    Even thou Frank loves to blame Sanchez for all of the Jets problems the bottom line is this. Sanchez lost 3 games for the Jets but you win & lose as a team. The 1st Miami game we gave up 226 total yards to Brown & Williams they dominated us that loss is clearly on the D. The Jaguar game Jones Drew had 129 yards rushing & 148 total yards he ran over us another lose on the D. The 2nd Miami game 2

  11. By Tom Spicer on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    2 100 yard kick returns for TD’S that lose is the on the ST’S. In those 3 games Sanchez had 649 yards 5 TD’S & 2 picks. Frank it is fun to give you the internet smack down on a daily basis.

  12. By Tom Spicer on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    TMac, What does USC’S record this year have anything to do with Sanchez? Nothing thats what. Do you even wacth college football? The team is totally different the had 4 defensive players drafted in the 1st 2 rounds this year. There whole LB core is different from last year. They started a freshman QB what are you talking about? seriously do you have any idea? You are saying if Sanchez was there

  13. By Joe Volpe on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    Let Sanchez sit this one out. The more rest he gets the better. Start Clemons. If you are satisfied With his game go to Mark. A bad hit on Mark could be devastating.Start Clemons but have Mark ready. Two braces will affect his mobility and reactions. GO JETS…

  14. By Tom Spicer on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    would not make a difference vs the freshman that starts for them. At this point you sound silly if you want to learn about college or pro football let me know I can teach you okay. USC last year had a dominate D & a O that was carried by Sanchez name a player on O taken in the 1st 4 rounds last year from USC? Ok then I just gave you a hot one let me know when you need a fresh one.

  15. By coat on Dec 7, 2009 | Reply

    I think MS has deffinately shown improvement throughout the year and will only get better most of his picks have come in 3 games and he’s been solid in the rest thats not bad for a young guy with alot on his mind –maybe we can beat tb without him but I don’t want to try –get healthy get wins and get to the playoffs -this team can play with any one if we hold the ball–Go jets

  16. By Neil Brown on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    IF NOT GO WITH AINGE!!!!! CLEMENS LOOKED ABSOLUTELY USELESS!!

  17. By Mike jet Vet on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    T-spicer I don’t want 2 pile on ..I believe it needs to be said sorry my man about your Sanchez world tour .What 4 games you talking about ? the 4 I remember he threw 4 Ints in 3 & 5 in the other not to mention 3 fumbles bud we lost by TD OR LESS games any of those games or all 1 less fumble or INT could have turned the whole season around ..It’s not Frank imaging the truth time 4 a reality CK

  18. By Ira on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Randy, That Mia game burns right now along with other losses this year. Hope at the end we are not saying what if. Mia has been a pain to the Jets all year. And i know its better for the Jags to get their 6th loss this week. I am rethinking it and now wonder if its better for Mia to lose and hope the Jags lose vs Indy and NE the following 2 weeks. Of course we have to win out.

  19. By Ira on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Randy,
    Has there ever been a team that has had the #1 D and #1 rushing rankings and not make the playoffs?

  20. By coat on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    if we win out and miami looses one and jacksonville looses two we’re in –unfortunately we should all root for the fins this week as well as the jets —-we own tiebreaker over pitt and wins over Indy and cincy (football god willing) we edge out ravens in a tiebreakeras well—-J E T S jets jets jets

  21. By coat on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    provided we win out —2 jags losses and one miami loss and we’re in–we’ll own tiebreakers on pit and balt on conference wins

  22. By Randy Lange on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Ira, since the 1970 merger, the 1990 Steelers, ’91 Eagles and ’98 Chargers all had the No. 1 defense and missed the playoffs and 12 teams had the No. 1 run offense and missed the playoffs. No team has had both the No. 1 run offense and No. 1 overall defense and missed the playoffs.

  23. By Ira on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    coat, Thats right. The Jags are 6-2 conf and Mia has the head-to -head tie breaker. They both must finish with 7 losses if the Jets are going to get in. Balt and Pitt play each other and one for sure will have 7.Balt is 6-4 conf and Pitt is 4-5 as of now. Pouha, Devito and Green have really stepped up their play since KJ got hurt. Imagine how good this D would be if KJ was playing. GO JETS!!!!

  24. By Frank on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Spicer now that Drew my former pet chihuahua has departed after making himself looking foolish with his ridiculous rants you are clearly holding the baton now. Therefore I am now designating you my new pet Chihuahua. Ira great question to Randy. There has never been a team to lead the league in defense and rushing that has made not made the playoffs. I am sure Spicer will blame me for that!

  25. By Frank on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Forget all this calculating nonsense. Here is the reality no way we catch Denver. The Jags since they have the tie breaker have to lose at least 2 games and we must win all 4 and with Sanchez at QB there is no way that will happen. Same scenerio for the division we would have to outright win it because of our poor divisional record. We need to win all 4 and hope the Phins and Pats finish at 9-7.

  26. By frank on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    You talk of Henne and Gradkowski yet they played and studied under a starter for a year or two so did a guy name Aaron Rodgers. It works a little bit in those guys favors. Sanchez got thrown into the Mix and is doing fine for a rookie. Mistakes are part of learning. I want to win now but with the way Green looks right now anything is POSSIBLE. J-E-T-S

  27. By Troy on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    These Gradkowski and Henne Sanchez comparisons are a little premature ,both of those Qbs’s have had at least 1 yr of sitting and watching Gradkowski has 2-3 yrs. Henne had Chad to learn from last season,Im also sure K.C will play better with a full weeks worth of 1st tm reps,it was a short wk going into BUF gm he took no 1st tm reps if any reps at all,he’ll be better,last chance to show he can pla

  28. By Ira on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Troy,
    I agree with you about Kellen playing well if he were to get a full week of practice. We will have to wait and see how Sanchez is tomorrow. Really with either QB the Jets need to run the ball like they did last week and contune that for the rest of the season. Somehow they need to get Woodhead the ball on some passes or screens.

  29. By TMac on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    My point is and has been: Sanchez was not chosen for his talent..instead his Hispanic heritage, the LA “Mark”et and his USC hype background. It’s all about the media buzz and getting “fans” to pony up their hard earned bucks for the next Joe Namath…which Sanchez clearly is not! Brady Quinn is the closest QB comparison for scramblin Sanchez…Notre Dame buzz and no arm.

  30. By TMac on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    The other issue is that Pete Carroll said he wasn’t ready…is Pete wrong? No! Mark saw the writing on the wall and his agents fleeced the Jets! Had he stayed and been part of the USC mess this year, would he have been a top draft pick ? Hardly. Then again Clausen’s getting hype as a loser at ND…like the basketball (Donehy) official says, “It’s a show and not about athletics”

  31. By Ray on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Congratulations TMac in this story alone you have made some of the stupidest comments ever written. Do any of you actually believe the Jets (or any other NFL franchise for that matter) would actually draft someone not on talent but because of the ethnic background, or jersey and ticket sales? And Pete said he wasn’t ready? The same Pete that was among the worst NFL head coaches ever? He….

  32. By Gary C on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    the one thing with sanchez which is bothersome is his lack of accuracy on some passes.he was praised all camp by ryan about how accurate his throws were and then season started he was missing wide open receivers.also he is showing richard todd happy feet.

  33. By Jets Fan Since '64 Tom on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    What I love about all these remarks is that they’re the antidote to any spin from the front office. Nobody’s taking anything at face value or letting the Jets tell them everything will be okay if they just believe in whoever. A true three-way battle for the QB job would’ve served us a lot better, even if KC still would’ve come in 3rd. EA wouldn’t be the first guy to overtake a higher-priced pick.

  34. By Ray on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    ….wasn’t looking out for his own program maybe was he? Closest comparison is Brady Quinn? Quinn was benched to save 11 million dollars, now he’s starting again and playing well. I don’t care if you like Sanchez or not, but your logic borders on that of a 10 year old. Here’s a bottom line for you. If the owners want to make the most money then all they have to do is WIN. They aren’t going..

  35. By Tom Spicer on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Frank, I am going to explain this to you like my 1 year old so you understand ok. Henne had a year to sit & learn the playbook like the back of his hand & learn from Chad. You say Sanchez has more starts yes he does a whole 2 of them. So you discount the year Henne had to sit & learn but the 2 more starts Sanchez has than Henne is a big deal. Gradkowski has 15 career starts & is in his 4th year

  36. By Tom Spicer on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    you are wrong again. I post numbers that are facts you post blanket statements most of which are false. This is to easy you need some help.

  37. By Ray on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    …going to draft someone on “Looks” before talent. They don’t care if he looks like Cliff Claven, if he wins a SB his jersey will sell. Did Sanchez play the NFL? A bit, he saw that McCoy, Bradford and Tebow were staying another year and he knew that meant he would be a top qb drafted. The Jets worked him out and decided they wanted him. Time will tell if it was the right move or not.

  38. By Tom Spicer on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Mike the EX jet, I dont know what you are talking about most guys on this site dont know either. But let me explain to you what I wrote in the 2 losses to Miami & the 1 loss to the Jaguars. Sanchez’s numbers total for those 3 games were 649 yards 5 TD’S & 2 picks. Do you understand this?

  39. By Andrew on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    I think Ainge should be practicing with the ones KC is the worst quarterback i have ever seen

  40. By Tom Spicer on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Frank, WRONG AGAIN this is to funny! The Jets can make the playoffs at 9 & 7 Jaguars lose to Miami, Colts & at Pats they are 8 & 8. Miami loses 2 of these 3 at Titans, Steelers, Texans they are 8 & 8. Steelers -Packers, Ravens, Miami lose 2 of these 3 they are 8 & 8. Ravens -at Steelers, Chicago, At Oakland, Detroit lose 2 of those 4 they are 8 & 8. Do u even look at things before you post?

  41. By Frank on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Spicer there really is no hope for you. My comments are conceptual something that is clearly lost on you. You take everything verbatium just like a child does so there really is no reason to continue to debat you. There is not a single person here that will agree with your hypothysis as a LIKELY outcome which is clearly what my references were. So while you peddle in fantasy land I deal in reality

  42. By Tom Spicer on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Frank, I am now designating you as my son because you come on this site with false statements & I slap your hand & post numbers & facts that prove you wrong every time. At this point your hands are black & blue from the internet smack down that I give you every day. Now go to your room little boy you can not play & dont talk back becuase I will make you sit in the corner with the dunce cap.

  43. By TMac on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Paris Hilton: celebrity Ben Affleck: actor
    Tiger Woods: Family man NBA: ref’s don’t cheat
    Lady Ga Ga; singer Mark Sanchez: Starting NFL QB
    George Bush:Presidential You’re right everything is fair and balanced, just like Fox news :D

  44. By TMac on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Sanchez personally cost the Jets three Wins minimum. (a 5-picks
    loss, a 4-pick, w/ a pick-6 loss, and a 3-pick, 1-pick-six and a fumble-6
    loss) My beef is with the Jets…Mark can start sleeping at night and quit losing his lunch (Oakland) after he sits and can actually believe he belongs on the field.

  45. By TMac on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Ray: The fastest growing segment of the US population is Hispanic. The NFL is worried that soccer will become as popular in the US as in the rest of the world.(check the $$ Nike and adidas spend on soccer) Parents don’t want their kids on steroids and getting maimed in football…Sanchez is a marketing tool for the NFL. Wouldn’t surprise me to see him playing for a new LA team in the future…

  46. By Tom Spicer on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Frank, Check the game log the 1st Miami game 2 times in the 4th quarter of that game the Jets were down & Sanchez led them down the field for TD’S to take the lead 2 times! But both times the D gave up TD’S to give them back the lead. Is that his fault? He came in the game down in the 4th quarter & both times scored TD’S to leave the field with the lead. The Jaguar game down 21-13 in the 4th

  47. By Tom Spicer on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    Sanchez drove them down the field for a field goal & then for a TD to take the lead. Both of these games the other team got the ball with less than 5 mins. left in the game & they drove down the field for the winning score. So your point is pointless he doesnt play D so other teams scoring right back on our D is not his fault. Do you get it or do I have to send you to your room? slap smackdown !

  48. By nate on Dec 8, 2009 | Reply

    I think clemens can do it he never really got a chance except when pennington got hurt and our offensive line was a joke the coaches were not calling enough pass plays on sunday, to show that he can throw the ball.

  49. By Row on Dec 9, 2009 | Reply

    I think the pick was about PSL’s and marketing because we had no real need at QB. DE, S and WR were our main needs. Spicer, all I’m saying is there is no real need to defend someone who’s causing our favorite team to lose. We are built to win now. Believe it or not, I feel like we’re gonna make the playoffs too. It starts when Clemens leads us to a blowout victory on Sunday. Go Jets

  50. By Mike Jet Vet on Dec 9, 2009 | Reply

    CONT.It’s like we have an extra linebacker out there ..I believe this Hispanic black yellow white I want my QB a winning 1 50million I expect it not hope for it.. What I do care about is they’re propose being other then the betterment of team ..PSLs bring more attention to a certain fan base selling jerseys things of that nature I truly hope not .Prove it Rex take the chance Man up

  51. By Ray on Dec 9, 2009 | Reply

    TMac I lived in LA I know what the population is and how much the NFL and the Jets would love for him to become a star. That however, comes second to winning. They are not going to draft someone who stinks because they are Latino. If Sanchez turns out to be a bust how many jerseys will sell?? Soccer will NEVER over take football in this country. Baseball & Soccer cost almost nothing that …

  52. By Ray on Dec 9, 2009 | Reply

    …is why those sports are popular in those countries. Bottom line, NO team drafts someone for jerseys and ticket sales first and talent second. Good one Row, we had no real need at qb…. no we already have one that can’t even take a snap without fumbling, got sacked without being touched and got run down by the slowest player on the field, all in one game! Who needs a qb..

  53. By Ray on Dec 9, 2009 | Reply

    Did I just read the name Clemens and blowout victory in the same sentence??? Is the defense gonna score 40 points on sunday?

  54. By Row on Dec 9, 2009 | Reply

    It was 3rd and 14 or something close, Ray. Why call a naked bootleg on 3rd and 10+? That play never would have been called for #6. He would have torn his ACL running from those guys. I do not post for humor. It was almost like someone told Schotty to not let Clemens throw except on 3rd and long when everyone in the stadium expects blitz. We know football, Ray. We actually watch the games…

  55. By Ray on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Who is we? Because sometimes I wonder what games you are watching, and all I see is humor in many of your posts. Who cares if it was 3rd and 14 or 3rd and six inches, it was the slowest guy on the field that ran him down! He fumbled one snap, got sacked without being touched and got sacked and fumbled another time. Why would Schotty try anything risky when he couldn’t even make those plays?

  56. By Ray on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Oh and Row, I thought TMac was the only one idiotic enough to believe an NFL team would draft someone and pay them MILLIONS of dollars to sell PSL’s, as if a bunch of people are going to pay tons of money for jerseys and PSL’s and tickets for the next 15 years even if he stinks. WINNING sells, losing gets you a bunch of guys in here sniping at eachother.

  57. By John on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Sanchez has great mobility, and great foot work, why not get him out of the pocket and use it?

  58. By Ray on Dec 10, 2009 | Reply

    Correction, I guess if he got run down that made Clemens the slowest guy on the field.

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