Jeremy Maclin May Have Taken a (Not So) Subtle Jab at Mark Sanchez

On one hand, it’s really sad to see things coming to this. Mark Sanchez was a key part of the Eagles 10-point rally in the fourth quarter. He was far from the main reason they lost, but in typical Sanchez fashion, he couldn’t make it through a game without a costly interception, ending an Eagles drive and setting the Redskins up for a game-winning and potentially season-ending field goal.

As stated above, it’s really sad to see things unraveling like this, but who can blame Jeremy Maclin if he misses Nick Foles?

Maclin was averaging 90.3 yards a game before Foles got hurt and only 68.4 since.

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