Monday, August 26, 2013

Top 10 reasons why Rex Ryan put Mark Sanchez in for the fourth quarter of the Giants' game

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In case you somehow missed it, New York Jets' HC For Life Rex Ryan put possible starting QB Mark Sanchez into the fourth quarter of the team's third preseason game, despite what appeared to be the complete surprise of the player. This led to an injury that could end the team's starting QB competition by default (though it sounds like he's actually day to day).

10) Only way to make sure that his team got back page coverage, which is, after all, the most important thing to this franchise

9) If he gets the Sanchise hurt, he frees up a spot for the triumphant Tim Tebow return

8) After three godawful Geno Smith INTs and a Yackety Sax worthy Orlovsky Safety, needed to remind the paying public what they were getting away from

7) Like everyone else in professional football, lives to deny opportunities to Chris Simms

6) The home crowd really deserved another opportunity to see Mark's new thrilling midlife crisis hair

5) Really wanted to get a win for either team, and that's where the Sanchise is at his, um, best

4) If the third game of the preseason is a true dress rehearsal for the regular season, creating a media circus is oddly apropos

3) Ensured that the team would get some national media head scratching, along with the fact that either man is still employed in a professional football context

2) Owed Tom Coughlin a solid, since if he didn't do something goofy, someone might have noticed how the Giants have looked really awful

1) Wanted to recreate this scene with the New York media in the post-game interview, where he got to be "No Reason" Luther, and they got to the be the Gramercy Riffs


2 comments:

snd_dsgnr said...

"2) Owed Tom Coughlin a solid, since if he didn't do something goofy, someone might have noticed how the Giants have looked really awful"

Hey, screw you man! That's......entirely accurate. I don't know what I've done to deserve still having David Diehl in my life, but I'm very sorry for it.

DMtShooter said...

God doesn't love me enough; the Giants are setting me for a false sense of optimism. They'll be fine.

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