Jets coach Rex Ryan announced yesterday that Mark Sanchez will return as the starting quarterback for the Jets final game of the season against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, December 30th. The latest twist in what has been a bizarre quarterback saga for the Jets this season came after Greg McElroy confessed to concealing the concussion symptoms he was experiencing after last Sunday's loss to the Chargers. The Jets lost that game 27-17 and QB McElroy was sacked eleven times. Although Greg McElroy told some of his teammates that he was experiencing concussion symptoms for several days afterward, he didn't tell the coaching staff until Thursday morning when he experienced headaches while lifting weights. As the Jets season comes to a close, now is a great time to get a headstart on next year with a New York Jets PSL.
Third-stringer Greg McElroy replaced Mark Sanchez as starting quarterback after the Jets 14-10 loss to the Titans on December 17th. Coach Ryan controversially chose McElroy as Sanchez's replacement, despite Tim Tebow's second-string position on the depth chart. Despite calls from some fans and teammates to use Tim Tebow for more than wildcat formations, coach Rex Ryan is returning Mark Sanchez to the starting quarterback position. The Jets last played the Bills in Week 1 of the regular season when Sanchez led his team to a decisive 48-28 victory. That game turned out to be Sanchez's best performance as a quarterback this season, as the Jets have slipped to a 6-9 record. Jets fans will be hoping this Sunday that Sanchez can repeat his season-opening performance and conclude New York's season on a positive note. Great deals on New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills tickets and parking passes are still available from Maxim Tickets, the web's premier resale ticket marketplace.