Jets Players No Longer Defending Mark Sanchez

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With the New York media citing anonymous sources throughout the course of the past few seasons, fewer players are sticking up for their embattled signal-caller through the toughest time of his career.

Mr. Anonymous, hope you had a good offseason so far. It's been a while. But seriously, take this with a grain of salt when it comes from an anonymous source. Here's what an unnamed player had to tell Mike Freeman of CBSSports.com recently:

"Everyone on the team likes Mark personally but there's a general feeling among some of the players that maybe it's time to give someone else a chance."

The player went on to say that he estimates that 80-90 percent of the team feels the same way he does.

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If you read this blog, you know how I feel about anonymous quotes. I guess I'm just numb and don't care about this tactic. It sucks.

The difference when it was happening to Mark about more than a year ago was that his teammates were coming to his defense. Are they not coming to his side because it's true or is it that they are numb and just not commenting is the way to go? Who knows, but I do know one thing: Jets fans are sick of this.

Where are the Jets players defending Mark now?

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