Geno Smith is Rapidly Becoming a Turnover Machine Like Mark Sanchez Was


Geno Smith threw an interception on the second play of the game against the Titans. Then, in the second quarter, he scrambled for a first down, but instead of sliding, he just lollygagged and was stripped from behind (there’s another version at the bottom). The Titans quickly turned the fumble into a Jake Locker TD pass and the Jets trail 17-3.

It didn’t stop there. After the Jets drew with 17-6 and the defense got a stop, they got the ball back with a chance to get some points. Smith threw an interception on 1st down. That’s eight interceptions on the season and two fumbles lost. Even if he has a turnover-free 2nd half, he’s on pace for 40.

Mark Sanchez fell out of favor in New York because he had 26 turnovers each of the last two years.

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