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OT: Chad Pennington willing to return to the Jets as a backup to Sanchez

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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    Well, depending on how much they need to use Sanchez next year, he could end up returning for Sanchez to he his back up. Sanchez is effective if the Jets can run the ball and only ask him to throw sparingly. When he starts to make a lot of throws, he makes mistakes.
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    If Pennington has a good season next year, would he be eligible for his 3rd comeback player of the year award?
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    If Pennington has a good season next year, would he be eligible for his 3rd comeback player of the year award?
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    Sanchez will probably improve as time goes on. Either way, though, I'd love to see Pennington in New England as Tom Brady's back-up.
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    Arizona seems like a logical fit..
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