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#6 Mark Sanchez, QB    Fantasy Football Injury Status   Probable - Neck
Denver Broncos
Height 6' 2"
Weight 225 lbs
Age 29
Birthdate November 11th 1986
College Southern Cal
Year 2009
Round 1   Pick 5
Season Statistics
YEARGPATT CMPPCTPYDSTDsINT
20091536319654.024441220
20101550727854.832911713
20111654230856.834742618
20121545324654.328831318
2014930919864.124181411
20153915964.861644
2010 Fantasy Points by Week
Last Games
WeekATTCMPPCTPYDSTDsINTPTS
17322165.62072316
16593050.82581222
15261557.71502213
14211361.91812027
13321959.41651011
12351748.61804121
11402460.02520112
10392051.33061225
9282071.42301114
7331854.51733119
6251456.02011019
5261661.51662014
4351131.4119015
3432762.83692130
2241770.81822217
1442659.13352122
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the QB position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Season Projections
After Peyton Manning rode off into the sunset with the Lombardi Trophy and Brock Osweiler (Texans) hightailed it to Houston for a starting gig and a big money contract, the quarterback-needy Broncos traded for Sanchez. During his last two years as a backup with the Eagles, Sanchez amassed a 4-6 record in 10 spot starts, averaging 267.6 passing yards per game and racking up an 18:15 TD-to-INT ratio. The mobile Sanchez's arm is strong enough to make all the throws. However, his accuracy is streaky, and the 29-year-old signal caller has been turnover prone. While Sanchez is likely to start in Week 1, he's considered a band-aid until Denver's 2016 rookie first-round selection, Paxton Lynch, is ready to take the reins. The Broncos operate a conservative run-first attack and lean on their ferocious defense to win games, so big fantasy friendly passing games are rare in their offense. Even though Sanchez has two elite targets in Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, he'll be used mainly as a game manager and will throw just enough to keep opposing defenses honest. Sanchez's value will depend on how many games he gets to start and the matchups.

Passing: 3400 Yards, 21 TD, 14 INT.
Rushing: 125 Yards, 2 TD.

Player News
Injury Report
Week 3 - Probable - Elbow
Week 12 - Probable - Neck
Week 16 - Probable - Neck

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