CORAL GABLES (LALATE) – Sunday’s Jets vs. Steelers 2012 game delivered virtually no passing action from Mark Sanchez in the first half. While Sanchez produced one passing touchdown in the half, the Jets quarterback shocked news with his overall low passing numbers in the first two quarters Sunday.
Sanchez delivered only eighty-nine yards in the first half today, news analyst indicate. Sanchez’s completion rate, additionally, was only at fifty percent at halftime. But for Sunday’s Jets vs. Steelers 2012 game (live score below), Ben Roethlisberger produced better results early on. Roethlisberger in the first two quarters of today’s showdown had delivered one touchdown pass, one hundred forty-eight yards, and a thirteen of sixteen completion rate.
The Jets in the first half were only able to deliver a field goal and one passing touchdown. Sanchez connected with Santonio Holmes for a fourteen yard touchdown pass in the first quarter.
Roethlisberger, in contrast delivered a single one yard pass to Heath Miller in the second. The Steelers also picked up two field goals earlier in action.
Last week, Roethlisberger failed to deliver a win in his primetime showdown against Peyton Manning and the Broncos. There, Roethlisberger delivered two hundred forty-five yards. But for his touchdown passes, he also gave up one interception.
The Jets, in contrast, delivered the Bills for their opener last week at home. Sanchez impressed news with two hundred sixty-six yards, three touchdowns, and just one interception. For live score updates, click HERE.
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