Mark Sanchez QB PHI 5 Hrs

Sanchez completed 20-of-29 passes for 217 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's victory over the Cowboys. He also added 28 yards and another touchdown on the ground.

Sanchez threw for 99 yards and picked up both his touchdowns in the first quarter, but he was not needed for much after that, as the Eagles were comfortably ahead for most of the contest. Still, he accounted for two touchdowns for the fourth time in five games since taking over for Nick Foles in Week 9. Sanchez has proven he can put up consistent fantasy numbers for the Eegles, but he will challenged in Week 14 by a stout Seattle defense.

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Sanchez completed 30-of-43 passes for 307 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 43-24 loss against Tennessee.

For the second straight week, Sanchez posted decent fantasy numbers, while not really playing that well. LeSean McCoy and the rest of Philadelphia's rushing attack bailed him out a bit though, as McCoy and company ran for 160 yards and two touchdowns. Sanchez continues to show a great rapport with rookie Jordan Matthews, who caught 6-of-8 targets for 77 yards. In Week 13, Sanchez will face the Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day.

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Sanchez completed 26-of-44 passes for 346 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 53-20 loss at Green Bay. He also committed four turnovers, throwing two interceptions, while losing a pair of fumbles.

While Sanchez's overall numbers look pretty good from a fantasy perspective, he took a big step back from last week's impressive performance against the Panthers. Two of his turnovers were returned for touchdowns, and he missed several wide-open pass catchers throughout the game. In his defense, the Packers do boast a strong secondary, and Aaron Rodgers was on fire early, tossing two of his three touchdowns in the first half, staking them to a 30-6 lead at halftime. The veteran QB has a favorable matchup next week, facing a mediocre Titans' secondary at home.

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Sanchez completed 20-of-37 passes for 332 yards and two touchdowns in Monday's 45-21 win over the Panthers.

Sanchez lost one yard on two carries, and the Eagles ran for just 37 yards as a team. No matter, the veteran signal-caller put up plenty of points, with a major assist from the Philadelphia defense and special teams. While not quite perfect, Sanchez made a number of difficult throws and showed surprising awareness in the pocket. He often looked in the direction of rookie Jordan Matthews, who caught 7-of-9 targets for 138 yards and a touchdown. Sanchez admittedly got to ease into things against a porous Carolina defense, but Monday's performance still seems like a sign of good things to come in the Eagles' well-designed offense. Of course, Sanchez will face a much bigger challenge next week, when he travels to Lambeau Field to face a Green Bay team that's excellent at defending the pass. The matchup favors LeSean McCoy and the running game, but the Eagles had nothing going on that front Monday night.

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Sanchez's teammate, Nick Foles, is reportedly expected to miss 6-8 weeks with a fractured clavicle, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Sanchez is in line to start at quarterback for the Eagles in Foles' absence, an assignment that makes him a priority add for those who had been rolling with Foles, or who are simply looking to bolster their depth at QB, given the fantasy upside that is attached to helming the Philadelphia offense.

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Sanchez's teammate Nick Foles was diagnosed with a broken collarbone after Sunday's 31-21 win over the Texans, CSN Philadelphia's Derrick Gunn reports.

An MRI on Monday is expected to provide clarification on the expected length of Foles' absence, which will presumably span multiple weeks. Sanchez played pretty well in Sunday's game, and Foles has already shown that a quarterback can pile up passing yards in the Philadelphia offense without impressive efficiency stats. Prior to Sunday, Foles was on pace to record the third-most pass attempts (683) in a single season.

Mark Sanchez QB PHI 25 Days

Sanchez entered Sunday's game against the Texans in the second quarter after Nick Foles was knocked out with a shoulder injury, and he completed 15 of 22 passes for 202 yards, with two touchdowns and two interceptions in a 31-21 win.

Sanchez's first pass was a 52-yard strike to Jeremy Maclin, which began a drive that eventually ended in an 11-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Matthews. Sanchez was decent for the rest of the game, with the two interceptions poor but not overly costly, and his production was capped off with an eight-yard touchdown pass to Maclin with 3:50 left in the game to put the Eagles up 10. The Eagles have not announced any specifics regarding Foles' injury, though head coach Chip Kelly said after the game that "it doesn't look good," before confirming that Foles' arm was in a sling. If Foles is unable to practice this week, Sanchez will get the start in Week 10 against the Panthers.

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Sanchez completed 7-of-9 passes for 85 yards, while working in two series during Thursday's preseason contest against the Steelers, csnphilly.com reports.

In three preseason games thus far, Sanchez has looked sharp, completing 25-of-31 passes for 281 yards, with two touchdowns and one interception. He's firmly behind Nick Foles on the Eagles' QB depth chart, a role that restricts his current fantasy utility assuming Foles' continued good health. That said, in the event of a Foles injury down the road, Sanchez would be a worthy in-season pickup, if given the chance to helm coach Chip Kelly's offense.

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Mark Sanchez opened Eagles' camp as the No. 2 quarterback.

Sanchez is "competing" with Matt Barkley for the No. 2 role, but he is a heavy favorite to open the season as the backup. Neither quarterback will threaten Nick Foles' starting spot.

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Mark Sanchez (shoulder) hasn't been limited in OTAs.

Sanchez's "competition" with Matt Barkley can begin. Coach Chip Kelly will keep up the illusion that the job to back up Nick Foles is truly open for as long as possible, but Sanchez is the heavy favorite.