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Mark Sanchez’ Girlfriend Ain’t All That: Jets Odds To Win Super Bowl Updated

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/16/2010
Mark Sanchez Girlfriend

New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez last week revealed who his girlfriend is in a sit down interview with the NFL Network's Steve Mariucci and all of us here at Gambling911.com wanted to seriously gag.  Over the last two weeks we’ve had a chance to observe just how downright ugly his girlfriend is, and Sanchez really hasn’t helped the b**** look any better.   Nothing sexy about this *****!

"It's the New York Jets. I'm dating the Jets and our season. And I don't need a mistress,” Sanchez told Mariucci. 

The reality is that Sanchez’s girlfriend has been stunning (and a bit of a tease we might add) throughout much of the 2010 regular NFL season.  But these last two weeks?  Uggggggghhh

The good news is that the Jets are very much in Playoffs contention.  The bad news is that they play the Steelers this coming weekend….in Pittsburgh.  A win in Steel City would be the first for the Jets in franchise history.  They are currently 0-7 there.

Last week, the Jets fell to Miami for their first two-game losing streak of the season.

Despite Sanchez's struggles, Jets head coach Rex Ryan insists he will stick with his second-year quarterback.

"Mark is our quarterback, he's my quarterback," Ryan said Monday. "He'll always be our starting quarterback. Even if I did yank him for whatever reason, he's our quarterback. We're going to go as far as he takes us."

While the Jets lost two weeks in a row and are two games behind New England in the AFC East, they are still two games ahead of three teams in the wild-card race. 

The losses in recent weeks have helped add value to New York’s chances of winning the 2011 Super Bowl as payout odds improve. 

The Jets were now at 35/1 odds of winning the 2011 Super Bowl and 20/1 odds of winning the AFC Championship at Bookmaker.com. 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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