Mark Sanchez: Dancing naked butt video was ‘a little embarrassing’

Mark SanchezIt’s 2013 and we have arrived at a time when media members are asking players about embarrassing viral videos.

In June, a video of New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez dancing and showing his butt on camera went viral. The video was uploaded to a girl’s Vine account and deleted, and it supposedly was recorded by a girl who was partying with Sanchez in Napa, Calif.

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Speaking to the New York Daily News from his annual “Jets West” camp in Mission Viejo, Calif., Sanchez called the video “embarrassing” and said he has learned from it.

“Obviously the video’s a little embarrassing,” Sanchez told The Daily News on Friday. “It’s just a good reminder that you’re in the spotlight… and be ever watchful and careful of who you’re with, what you’re doing. Whether it’s harmless, whether you’re in the privacy or your own setting and you feel like everything’s fine and you’re safe, you just got to be careful. That’s just a good example of that.”

Sanchez also said the video is a reminder that he has to be smart about who he’s with and that he needs to protect himself at all times.

If you listen to former Jets quarterback Erik Ainge, this is a lesson Sanchez should have learned a long time ago. Ainge said last month that Sanchez has always done dumb stuff around girls and was lucky to have people help protect him. Though Sanchez was a little embarrassed by the video, I’m guessing he still had plenty of fun that night that makes up for the embarrassment.

Mark Sanchez butt fumble has been turned into a silent film (Video)

Mark-Sanchez-butt-fumbleMark Sanchez is going to be haunted by the infamous butt fumble long after he is finished as the quarterback of the New York Jets. Whether he leaves New York in two weeks or 10 years, he will never hear the end of that play. In fact, it happened in December and is still holding strong on SportsCenter’s “Not Top 10″ every week.

Now, someone has put a unique spin on the butt fumble and turned it into a hilarious silent film.

“He ran straight into that man’s buttocks!”

How can you not laugh? The play signified an embarrassing ending to the 2012 Jets seasons that was simply too good to be true. The fact that people are still finding ways to remind Sanchez about it is unfortunate for him, but fantastic for us.

Video via Eye on Football

Former Jet Erik Ainge: Mark Sanchez does dumb things like going streaking


New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has taken a lot of criticism this week after a couple of video clips hit the internet of him dancing around with two attractive young ladies and hanging his butt out. Some have argued that the 26-year-old was simply having some harmless fun, but most people feel that it wasn’t a good look for Sanchez.

One of Sanchez’s former teammates, quarterback Erik Ainge, told Metro New York on Thursday that “goofy” behavior is nothing new for the former USC star. In fact, he said he once had to smash a girl’s cell phone after she took a video or picture of Sanchez streaking at a party in 2009.

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Mark Sanchez shows his butt while partying with ladies (Video)

If you thought that photo of Matt Leinart hanging in a hot tub with some ladies was bad, then you’ll definitely flip out over these videos.

New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez apparently was partying in Napa Valley with a group of ladies, and one of them took Vine videos of the group’s shenanigans and shared them on social media. Unfortunately for Sanchito, the videos were preserved and still live on the Internet.

Here’s the first video, which shows Sanchez, a couple of women bouncing around, a woman’s chest, and the woman smoking:

According to Deadspin, the woman in the videos is Alana Kari, whom they describe as a SoCal socialite. Deadspin says Kari posted a bunch of videos from the trip, which included “wine tasting at Bello Family Vineyards, dinner at Morimoto, and back home for a dance party.”

The video you see above is only one small taste of the evening’s festivities. Another video later emerged, and it literally shows Sanchez exposing his butt.

Here’s that video (may be NSFW if butts are unsafe at your workplace):

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Mark Sanchez likely to start Week 1 for Jets?

Mark SanchezThat sound you hear is New York Jets fans collectively groaning.

According to ESPN New York’s Rich Cimini, second-round pick Geno Smith has not blown anyone away in the Jets’ team activities thus far. As a result, Cimini says it is likely that Mark Sanchez ends up starting Week 1 for the team.

Cimini does note that it is early and that things could change, but it is headed for Sanchez to start Week 1.

Sanchez has committed a league-high 52 turnovers over the past two seasons. He threw 18 interceptions and lost eight fumbles each year. The Jets went 14-17 in those games, and he played so poorly last season that Greg McElroy even replaced him.

This is bad news all around for Jets fans. Another season with Sanchez starting games means another losing season is coming. And if Smith fails to impress, that means it will be a while before the Jets’ quarterbacking problems are fixed.

Anonymous Jet: ’80 to 90 percent’ of team thinks Mark Sanchez should sit

Mark-Sanchez-Tim-Tebow-backupThe return of the anonymous New York Jets is upon us, and organized team activities have just barely gotten underway. Last season, the Jets had a major problem with players and team sources reportedly bashing one another without attaching their names to the quotes. According to CBSSports.com’s Mike Freeman, at least one of them is at it again.

A current member of the Jets roster who asked not to be identified reportedly said earlier this week that most of the team believes someone besides Mark Sanchez should be the starting quarterback.

“Everyone on the team likes Mark personally but there’s a general feeling among some of the players that maybe it’s time to give someone else a chance,” the player allegedly said.

Freeman added that the player said “80 to 90 percent” of his teammates felt that way.

This is not the first time Sanchez has had to deal with anonymous members of the organization bashing him, and he’s not the first player that the anonymous critics have targeted. However, Freeman’s report does come on the heels of Rex Ryan being openly critical of Sanchez for throwing three interceptions in 11 pass attempts during OTAs on Wednesday.

“This is OTAs and things, but yeah, that’s going to be the pressure that we’re putting on him,” Ryan said, via the NY Daily News. “He did a lot of great things. It’s not that you try to cover up the fact you had some bad plays — no, no, no you flat tell him. We can’t have these and all that type of stuff. He knows.”

Ryan said that he was glad his defense was making plays but called it “disappointing” and unacceptable” that Sanchez turned the ball over that many times.

And just think, it’s only May. If this continues, it’s hard to imagine Sanchez will be on the roster when the season begins. Poor performances in practice are a great way to lose the confidence of a coaching staff, and it sounds like Sanchez has already lost the confidence of his teammates. From the sound of it, the Jets are picking up right where they left off in 2012.

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Joe Namath: Jets did not need to draft Geno Smith

Geno SmithJoe Namath is one of very few Mark Sanchez supporters left in the country that are not related to the former USC star, which is surprising considering how critical the Hall of Famer has been of the New York Jets over the past several years. For whatever reason, Namath thinks Sanchez is capable of getting it done.

Geno Smith was expected by many — especially himself — to be the first quarterback selected in the 2013 draft. For that reason, the Jets thought he presented tremendous value at No. 39 overall. Not surprisingly, Namath thinks it was a wasted pick.

“No, I don’t think they needed a quarterback,” he said Tuesday according to the NY Daily News. “They needed the other positions filled. Possibly offensive line. They got some defensive line. The safeties are still questionable. The outside linebackers are still questionable.”

Namath is not the only one who feels that way, but at the same time there are not many people in Jets nation who feel comfortable with Sanchez as their quarterback. Broadway Joe praised Smith for being a “sensational athlete,” but he made it clear he is still high on Sanchez.

“I am pulling for (Sanchez),” he said. “I know that he can do better than he’s done. And we saw him lead a team to two AFC championship games, right? I also know what it’s like not to necessarily have the weapons you’d like to have, not to necessarily have the time you’d like to accomplish.

“I know it’s a team game and I know Sanchez is going to play better. I promise you you’ll see a different guy (this year). I believe you’ll see a different guy.”

Perhaps Namath knows something we don’t. Or maybe Sanchez’s new high-profile quarterback coach has done more for him than we could ever imagine. We know one Pro Bowl receiver isn’t buying it, and neither am I.

That being said, I’m not all that high on Smith at the moment either. Regardless of who the Jets starter is at the end of training camp, their defense will likely have to be closer to the caliber it was when they reached back-to-back AFC championship games if they want to contend.